Webworm Moths on Cordia Flowers Ailanthus Webworm Moths (Atteva punctella) on Yellow Cordia flowers (Cordia lutea). Cordia has a sweet smell and is a favorite of the sulfur butterfly. Carpenter bees make a slit at the base of the petals to steal the nectar without pollinating the plant. Mockingbirds and rats feed on the fruit. The wood can be carved. North Seymour Island.
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