The Red Palm Weevil species of Lepidoptera is 2-5mm in length and very serious pest that attacks palm trees.
The pine processionary is a lepidopteran 30-50mm in span that causes significant damage to pine trees, although it can also affect firs and cedars.
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 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.
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.
The Codling Moth is a lepidopteran, 15-22mm in length, of immense importance in pome fruit trees, especially apple, pear and quince.