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Moloka’i Island’s northern coast is home to some of the tallest sea cliffs in the world, where near-vertical rock faces erupt thousands of feet from the ocean surface. Dividing these massive cliff faces are equally impressive valleys that harbor countless plants and animals only found in the Hawaiian Islands. Such pristine, remote rainforests are key targets in our search for known and unknown Philodoria moths and host plant associations.

Moloka’i Island’s northern coast is home to some of the tallest sea cliffs in the world, where near-vertical rock faces erupt thousands of feet from the ocean surface. Dividing these massive cliff faces are equally impressive valleys that harbor countless plants and animals only found in the Hawaiian Islands. Such pristine, remote rainforests are key targets in our search for known and unknown Philodoria moths and host plant associations.

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