Now that it’s July, there’s a swarm of recent fish and bugs to nab in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

There’s no rush to catch any of them, as they’ll stick round for for much longer than a month, however be sure to donate any new finds to Blathers to finish your Museum. You can inform if you’ve caught a brand new creature as a result of your character will exclaim “Yes!” earlier than they are saying the bug or fish’s identify.

You also can verify in your Critterpedia to see if you happen to’ve donated the bug fish or not. If you could have, there can be somewhat owl icon subsequent to the critter identify. (Note that these emblems received’t present up if you happen to’re on another person’s island.)

Note that the Southern Hemisphere has no new critters to seek out this month. The Southern Hemisphere, which is in winter now, is usually retaining their critters all through the chilly season.

On the flip facet, the Northern Hemisphere has tons of cicadas and tropical fish to start out discovering in July.

New fish and bugs for July in Animal Crossing: New Horizons (Northern Hemisphere)

Critter kindCritterLocationSizeTime
Critter kindCritterLocationSizeTime
FishSweetfishRiverMediumAll day
FishNapoleonfishSeaLargestfour a.m. – 9 p.m.
FishPuffer FishSeaMediumAll day
FishBlue MarlinPierLargestAll day
FishOcean SunfishSeaLargest (Fin)four a.m. – 9 p.m.
BugGrasshopperOn floorN/Aeight a.m. – 5 p.m.
BugBrown CicadaOn timberN/Aeight a.m. – 5 p.m.
BugRobust CicadaOn timberN/Aeight a.m. – 5 p.m.
BugGiant CicadaOn timberN/Aeight a.m. – 5 p.m.
BugEvening CicadaOn timberN/Afour a.m. – eight a.m., four p.m. – 7 p.m.
BugCicada ShellOn timberN/AAll day
BugBlue Weevil BeetleOn coconut timberN/AAll day
BugEarth-boring Dung BeetleOn floorN/AAll day
BugScarab BeetleOn timberN/A11 p.m. – eight a.m.
BugSaw StagOn timberN/AAll day
BugMiyama StagOn timberN/AAll day
BugGiant StagOn timberN/A11 p.m. – eight a.m.
BugCyclommatus StagOn coconut timberN/A5 p.m. – eight a.m.
BugGolden StagOn coconut timberN/A5 p.m. – eight a.m.
BugGiraffe StagOn coconut timberN/A5 p.m. – eight a.m.
BugHorned DynastidOn timberN/A5 p.m. – eight a.m.
BugHorned AtlasOn coconut timberN/A5 p.m. – eight a.m.
BugHorned ElephantOn coconut timberN/A5 p.m. – eight a.m.
BugHorned HeruclesOn coconut timberN/A5 p.m. – eight a.m.
BugWalking StickOn timberN/Afour a.m. – eight a.m., 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.
BugWalking LeafNear timber, disguised as furnishings leafN/AAll day

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