The Pine Sawyer Beetle is a coleopteran of 12-26mm in length. It is a secondary insect that lives and feeds on dead or weakened pine trees.
The Gypsy Moth is a lepidopteran with a 35-65mm wingspan that causes damage to holm oak, cork oak, although it can affect other species.
The Six-spined Engraver Beetle is a coleopteran, 5.5-8.2mm in length that poses a very serious threat to pines. The most susceptible species are the Scots pine, and the black and maritime pine.
Ips Acuminatus is a small coleopteran, from 2.2 to 4mm in length, that severely damages pine forests in Europe and parts of Asia, with special emphasis on wild pine.
The Leopard Moth is a lepidopteran with a 35-70mm wingspan. It is a polyphagous species that attacks several varieties of pomes and drupes, especially apple and pear trees.
The Tomato Leafminer is a lepidopteran with a 10mm wingspan; it causes damage to tomato, aubergine, and other Solanaceae, although it has a preference for tomatoes.
Xyleborus is a coleopteran, belonging to the scolytidae family. It acts especially on weakened plants.
Cydia Splendana is a butterfly, lepidopteran, which measures between 13 and 18mm in length, has a gray or brownish-gray color.
The European Grapevine Moth is a lepidopteran about 7mm long. It is one of the most common pests of the vine and table grapes.
The Olive Fruit Fly is a species of lepidoptera 4-5mm in length that only attacks the olive tree.