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Animal Crossing: New Horizons insects guide and complete list

Animal Crossing: New Horizons on Switch has 80 totally different bugs to gather. In this information, we’ll present you the way, when, and the place to catch each bug.

To grasp the artwork of bug catching, you’ll have to snag each insect, which may spawn at numerous areas and totally different instances. Some of them additionally require objects and areas like tree stumps or hybrid flowers earlier than they’ll seem in your island. We’ve specified these necessities in our desk beneath.

All this data is out there in your Critterpedia, however solely after you’ve caught a bug. The Critterpedia may also word whether or not or not Blathers has the bug within the museum but, as denoted by an owl icon that seems to the left of the bug’s title once you spotlight it.

We’ve compiled details about the entire bugs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons beneath.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons insect record and bug information

Critter # Bug Location Value Time Month (Hemisphere)
Critter # Bug Location Value Time Month (Hemisphere)
1 Common Butterfly Flying 160 Four a.m. – 7 p.m. September-June (Northern) / March-December (Southern)
2 Yellow Butterfly Flying 160 Four a.m. – 7 p.m. September-June (Northern) / March-April, September-December (Southern)
3 Tiger Butterfly Flying 240 Four a.m. – 7 p.m. March-September (Northern) / September-March (Southern)
4 Peacock Butterfly Flying by hybrid flowers 2,500 Four a.m. – 7 p.m. March-June (Northern) / September-December (Southern)
5 Common Bluebottle Flying 300 Four a.m. – 7 p.m. April-August (Northern) / October-February (Southern)
6 Paper Kite Butterfly Flying 1,000 Eight a.m. – 7 p.m. Year-round (Northern and Southern)
7 Great Purple Emperor Flying Four a.m. – 7 p.m. May-August (Northern) / December-March (Southern)
8 Monach Butterfly Flying 140 Four a.m. – 5 p.m. September-November (Northern) / March-May (Southern)
9 Emperor Butterfly Flying 4,000 5 p.m. – Eight a.m. June-September, December-March (Northern) / December-March, June-September (Southern)
10 Agrias Butterfly Flying 3,000 Eight a.m. – 5 p.m. April-September (Northern) / November-March (Southern)
11 Raja Brooke’s Birdwing Flying 2,500 Eight a.m. – 5 p.m. April-September, December-February (Northern) / November-March, June-August (Southern)
12 Queen Alexandra’s Birdwing Flying 4,000 Eight a.m. – Four p.m. May-September (Northern) / November-March (Southern)
13 Moth Flying by gentle 130 7 p.m. – Four a.m. Year-round (Northern and Southern)
14 Atlas Moth On timber 3,000 7 p.m. – Four a.m. April-September (Northern) / October-March (Southern)
15 Madagascan Sunset Moth Flying 2,500 Eight a.m. – Four p.m. April-September (Northern) / October-March (Southern)
16 Long Locust On floor 200 Eight a.m. – 7 p.m. April-November (Northern) / November-May (Southern)
17 Migratory Locust On floor 600 Eight a.m. – 7 p.m. August-November (Northern) / February-May (Southern)
18 Rice Grasshopper On floor 160 Eight a.m. – 7 p.m. August-November (Northern) / February-May (Southern)
19 Grasshopper On floor 160 Eight a.m. – 5 p.m. July-September (Northern) / January-March (Southern)
20 Cricket On floor 130 5 p.m. – Eight a.m. September-November (Northern) / March-May (Southern)
21 Bell Cricket On floor 430 5 p.m. – Eight a.m. September-October (Northern) / March-April (Southern)
22 Mantis On flowers 430 Eight a.m. – 5 p.m. March-November (Northern) / September-May (Southern)
23 Orchid Mantis On white flowers 2,400 Eight a.m. – 5 p.m. March-November (Northern) / September-May (Southern)
24 Honeybee Flying close to flowers 200 Eight a.m. – 5 p.m. March-July (Northern) / March-July (Southern)
25 Wasp Falls from shaking timber 2,500 All day Year-round (Northern and Southern)
26 Brown Cicada On timber Eight a.m. – 5 p.m. July-August (Northern) / January-February (Southern)
27 Robust Cicada On timber Eight a.m. – 5 p.m. July-August (Northern) / January-February (Southern)
28 Giant Cicada On timber Eight a.m. – 5 p.m. July-August (Northern) / January-February (Southern)
29 Walker Cicada On timber 400 Eight a.m. – 5 p.m. August-September (Northern) / February-March (Southern)
30 Evening Cicada On timber Four a.m. – Eight a.m., Four p.m. – 7 p.m. July-August (Northern) / January-February (Southern)
31 Cicada Shell On timber All day July-August (Northern) / January-February (Southern)
32 Red Dragonfly Flying 180 Eight a.m. – 7 p.m. September-October (Northern) / March-April (Southern)
33 Darner Dragonfly Flying 230 Eight a.m. – 5 p.m. April-October (Northern) / October-April (Southern)
34 Banded Dragonfly Flying 4,500 Eight a.m. – 5 p.m. May-October (Northern) / November-April (Southern)
35 Damselfly Flying All day November-February (Northern) / May-August (Southern)
36 Firefly Flying 7 p.m. – Four a.m. June (Northern) / December (Southern)
37 Mole Cricket Underground 500 All day November-May (Northern) / May-November (Southern)
38 Pondskater Ponds 130 Eight a.m. – 7 p.m. May-September (Northern) / November-March (Southern)
39 Diving Beetle Ponds and rivers 800 Eight a.m. – 7 p.m. May-September (Northern) / November-March (Southern)
40 Giant Water Bug Ponds and rivers 2,000 7 p.m. – Eight a.m. April-September (Northern) / October-March (Southern)
41 Stinkbug On flowers 120 All day March-November (Northern) / September-May (Southern)
42 Man-faced Stink Bug On flowers 1,000 7 p.m. – Eight a.m. March-November (Northern) / September-May (Southern)
43 Ladybug On flowers 200 Eight a.m. – 5 p.m. March-June, October (Northern) / September-December, April (Southern)
44 Tiger Beetle On floor 1,500 All day February-November (Northern) / August-May (Southern)
45 Jewel Beetle On timber 2,400 All day April-August (Northern) / October-February (Southern)
46 Violin Beetle On tree stumps 450 All day May-June, September-November (Northern) / November-December, March-April (Southern)
47 Citrus Long-horned Beetle On tree stumps 350 All day Year-round (Northern and Southern)
48 Rosalia Batesi Beetle All day May-September (Northern) / November-March (Southern)
49 Blue Weevil Beetle All day July-August (Northern) / January-February (Southern)
50 Dung Beetle On floor December-February (Northern) / June-August (Southern)
51 Earth-boring Dung Beetle On floor 300 All day July-September (Northern) / January-March (Southern)
52 Scarab Beetle On timber 11 p.m. – Eight a.m. July-August (Northern) / January-February (Southern)
53 Drone Beetle On timber All day June-August (Northern) / December-February (Southern)
54 Goliath Beetle On timber 5 p.m. – Eight a.m. June-September (Northern) / December-March (Southern)
55 Saw Stag On timber All day July-August (Northern) / January-February (Southern)
56 Miyama Stag On timber All day July-August (Northern) / January-February (Southern)
57 Giant Stag On timber 11 p.m. – Eight a.m. July-August (Northern) / January-February (Southern)
58 Rainbow Stag On timber 7 p.m. – Eight a.m. June-September (Northern) / December-March (Southern)
59 Cyclommatus Stag On timber 5 p.m. – Eight a.m. July-August (Northern) / January-February (Southern)
60 Golden Stag On timber 5 p.m. – Eight a.m. July-August (Northern) / January-February (Southern)
61 Giraffe Stag On timber 5 p.m. – Eight a.m. July-August (Northern) / January-February (Southern)
62 Horned Dynastid On timber 5 p.m. – Eight a.m. July-August (Northern) / January-February (Southern)
63 Horned Atlas On timber 5 p.m. – Eight a.m. July-August (Northern) / January-February (Southern)
64 Horned Elephant On timber 5 p.m. – Eight a.m. July-August (Northern) / January-February (Southern)
65 Horned Herucles On timber 5 p.m. – Eight a.m. July-August (Northern) / January-February (Southern)
66 Walking Stick Falls from shaking timber Four a.m. – Eight a.m., 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. July-November (Northern) / January-May (Southern)
67 Walking Leaf Near timber, disguised as furnishings leaf 600 All day July-August (Northern) / January-March (Southern)
68 Bagworm Falls from shaking timber 600 All day Year-round (Northern and Southern)
69 Ant On rotten meals All day Year-round (Northern and Southern)
70 Hermit Crab Beach 1,000 7 p.m. – Eight a.m. Year-round (Northern and Southern)
71 Wharf Roach On rocks at seashore 200 All day Year-round (Northern and Southern)
72 Fly On trash objects All day Year-round (Northern and Southern)
73 Mosquito Flying 130 5 p.m. – Four a.m. June-September (Northern) / December-March (Southern)
74 Flea On villagers All day April-November (Northern) / October-May (Southern)
75 Snail On rocks (raining) 250 All day Year-round (Northern and Southern)
76 Pill Bug Hit rocks 250 11 p.m. – Four p.m. September-June (Northern) / March-December (Southern)
77 Centipede Hit rocks 300 Four p.m. – 11 p.m. September-June (Northern) / March-December (Southern)
78 Spider Falls from shaking timber 480 7 p.m. – Eight a.m. Year-round (Northern and Southern)
79 Tarantula On floor 8,000 7 p.m. – Four a.m. November-April (Northern) / May-October (Southern)
80 Scorpion On floor 8,000 7 p.m. – Four a.m. May-October (Northern) / November-April (Southern)

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