As September attracts to a detailed, Animal Crossing: New Horizons on Nintendo Switch sees an entire host of bugs and fish leaving to make method for brand new critters subsequent month. If you’re in the northern hemisphere, there’s quite a bit on their method out so make sure you take a look at the record beneath, due to Polygon, of what’s leaving by the tip of the month. The useful chart additionally reveals when’s one of the best time to catch the bug or fish so be fast if you happen to’re trying to full your collections for Blathers.

ANIMAL CROSSING: NEW HORIZONS CRITTERS LEAVING AFTER SEPTEMBER (NORTHERN HEMISPHERE)

Critter sortCritterLocationShadow SizeTime
BugTiger ButterflyFlyingN/Afour a.m. – 7 p.m.
BugEmperor ButterflyFlyingN/A5 p.m. – eight a.m.
BugAgrias ButterflyFlyingN/Aeight a.m. – 5 p.m.
BugRaja Brooke’s BirdwingFlying by purple flowersN/Aeight a.m. – 5 p.m.
BugQueen Alexandra’s BirdwingFlyingN/Aeight a.m. – four p.m.
BugAtlas MothOn bushesN/A7 p.m. – four a.m.
BugMadagascan Sunset MothFlyingN/Aeight a.m. – four p.m.
BugGrasshopperOn floorN/Aeight a.m. – 5 p.m.
BugWalker CicadaOn bushesN/Aeight a.m. – 5 p.m.
BugPondskaterPondsN/Aeight a.m. – 7 p.m.
BugDiving BeetlePonds and riversN/Aeight a.m. – 7 p.m.
BugGiant Water BugPonds and riversN/A7 p.m. – eight a.m.
BugRosalia Batesi BeetleOn tree stumpsN/AAll day
BugEarth-boring Dung BeetleOn floorN/AAll day
BugGoliath BeetleOn coconut bushesN/A5 p.m. – eight a.m.
BugRainbow StagOn bushesN/A7 p.m. – eight a.m.
BugMosquitoFlyingN/A5 p.m. – four a.m.
FishCrawfishPondSmallAll day
FishSoft-shelled TurtleRiverLargefour p.m. – 9 a.m.
FishSweetfishRiverMediumAll day
FishSalmonRiver (mouth)LargeAll day
FishKing SalmonRiver (mouth)LargestAll day
FishNibble FishRiverSmallest9 a.m. – four p.m.
FishPiranhaRiverSmall9 a.m. – four p.m., 9 p.m. – four a.m.
FishArowanaRiverLargefour p.m. – 9 a.m.
FishDoradoRiverX Largefour a.m. – 9 p.m.
FishGarPondLargestfour p.m. – 9 a.m.
FishArapaimaRiverLargestfour p.m. – 9 a.m.
FishSaddled BichirRiverLarge9 p.m. – four a.m.
FishClown FishSeaSmallestAll day
FishSurgeonfishSeaSmallAll day
FishButterfly FishSeaSmallAll day
FishPuffer FishSeaMediumAll day
FishBlue MarlinPierLargestAll day
FishOcean SunfishSeaLargest (Fin)four a.m. – 9 p.m.
FishSaw SharkSeaLargest (Fin)four p.m. – 9 a.m.
FishHammerhead SharkSeaLargest (Fin)four p.m. – 9 a.m.
FishGreat White SharkSeaLargest (Fin)four p.m. – 9 a.m.
FishWhale SharkSeaLargest (Fin)All day
FishSuckerfishSeaLarge (Fin)All day
Sea CreatureSea urchinOcean (diving)N/AAll day
Sea CreatureSlate pencil urchinOcean (diving)N/Afour p.m. – 9 a.m.
Sea CreatureMoon jellyfishOcean (diving)N/AAll day
Sea CreatureGigas big clamOcean (diving)N/AAll day
Sea CreatureTiger prawnOcean (diving)N/Afour p.m. – 9 a.m.
Sea CreatureHorseshoe crabOcean (diving)N/A9 p.m. – four a.m.
Sea CreatureFlatwormOcean (diving)N/Afour p.m. – 9 a.m.

ANIMAL CROSSING: NEW HORIZONS CRITTERS LEAVING AFTER SEPTEMBER (SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE)

Critter sortCritterLocationShadow SizeTime
BugEmperor ButterflyFlyingN/A5 p.m. – eight a.m.
FishBitterlingRiverSmallestAll day
FishYellow PerchRiverMediumAll day
FishStringfishRiver (Clifftop)X Largefour p.m. – 9 a.m.
FishSturgeonRiver (mouth)LargestAll day
FishSea ButterflySeaSmallestAll day
FishFootball FishSeaLargefour p.m. – 9 a.m.
Sea CreatureRed king crabOcean (Diving)N/AAll day

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