The level of human impact on Moorea has made most if not all taxa a mixture of native and introduced species. Understanding the interaction between introduced and native moths with introduced and native plants through pollination is a good way to gauge how human impact via species introductions has affected Moorea s biology. This should be a goal for moth and plant research on the island. It would paint a picture of how intact or how shattered the ecology of the island is and how it compares to what may have been before European and before any human impact. This will help shape conservation policies in the future.