- Pua Tu Tahi
*R.D. Craig, "Dictionary of Polynesian Mythology" (Greenwood Press: New York, 1989), 217;
*T. Henry, "Ancient Tahiti" (Bernice P. Bishop Museum: Honolulu, 1928), 469-95
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