Anopheles: (Greek anofelís: “useless”): a genus of mosquito first described and named by J. W. Meigen in 1818.About 460 species are recognised; while over 100 can transmit human malaria, only 30–40 commonly transmit parasites of the genus Plasmodium, which cause malaria in humans in endemic areas.
Insett – hymenoptera aculeata
English: Stinging wasp
Ara: Bagħal in-naħal
Insett: Creophilus maxillosus
English: Hairy rove beetle
Insett – Cimex Lectularius
English: Bed Bug
insett tal-ġens heterocterae, parassita tal-għamal tal-baqq, jeqred il-kappar – pentatoma juniperina
insett parrassita tal-ġens pentatoma – scutellera negrolineata
Insett – Pentatoma tristis
Insett – l-istess bħall-baqq, jingħaraf mil-lewn. ġens pentatoma
Apple sucker: small jumping plant louse (Cacopsylla mali synonym Psylla mali) the larva of which feeds in and injures developing apple blossoms in Europe and eastern North America.
Olive psyllid, Euphyllura olivina.
Baħrija – Noctua pronuba
English: Large yellow underwing moth
Baħrija – Macroglossum stellatarum
English: hummingbird hawk-moth
Baħrija – Acherontia atropos
Nota: Dan hu l-ikbar fartfett f’Malta
English: Death’s-head Hawk moth
Baħrija – Hippotion celerio
English: Vine Hawk-Moth
Baħrija – Lasiocampa quercus
English: oak eggar moth.
Baħrija – Mamestra brassicae
English: Cabbage moth
Utetheisa pulchella, common name crimson-speckled flunkey or crimson-speckled moth, is a moth of the family Erebidae.
Baħrija – Zeuzera pyrina
English: Wood Leopard Moth
Baħrija – Agrius convolvuli
English: Convolvulus Hawk-moth
Diloba caeruleocephala, the figure of eight, is a moth of the family Noctuidae. It is found in the Palearctic.
Baħrija – Hyles livornica
English: striped hawk-moth
Anthophila fabriciana, also known as the common nettle-tap, is a moth of the family Choreutidae.