Animal Crossing: New Horizons - Where to Find the Bugs by Type


Animal Crossing: New Horizons - Where to Find the Bugs by Type

Among the many activities that you have to carry out in Animal Crossing: New Horizons there is a very entertaining one, catching bugs. There are all over the island and some only appear depending on the season of the year. Capturing a bug is usually not very difficult, you just need a net and sneak up on it. If you come running he will run away.

To make a flimsy net you need five rigid boards . Now, it is a type of network that does not last. Do you plan to make a network that lasts much longer? Then you will need a flimsy net and an iron nugget. If you want to know what are all the tools that are available and how to get the projects, we invite you to take a look at the guide that we published at the time.

In the meantime, you don't know very well where to find them depending on the type. It is not as easy as touring the island and that's it. Theirs is to know in which area they tend to be. Below you can see a list of all the bugs and where they are :

Flying freely across the island

  • Common butterfly
  • Colias butterfly
  • Tiger butterfly
  • Mosquito

Near the flowers

  • Monarch butterfly
  • Celestial butterfly
  • Daffodil butterfly
  • Butterfly bird wings
  • Honey bee
  • Praying mantis
  • Bug
  • ladybug
  • Paper kite butterfly
  • Japanese emperor butterfly
  • Bed bug with human face
  • Twilight moth

Near flowers (only in certain flowers)

  • Bianor butterfly (purple, blue and black flowers)
  • Orchid mantis (white flowers)

Near the lamps

  • Moth

Tree stumps

  • Common beetle
  • Jewel beetle
  • Rosalia batesi beetle
  • Asian longicorn

In grassy, ​​sandy or dirt areas

  • Elongated lobster
  • Migratory lobster
  • Locust
  • Common cricket
  • Bell cricket
  • Grasshopper
  • Onion cricket
  • Tiger beetle
  • Tarantula
  • Scorpion

Near the trees

  • Leaf bug

In the trunks of the trees

  • Atlas moth
  • Brown cicada
  • Oriental cicada
  • Giant cicada
  • Common cicada
  • Cigarette
  • Cicada molt
  • Stick insect
  • Geotropid beetle
  • Gold beetle
  • Myama stag beetle
  • Sierra stag beetle
  • Giant stag beetle
  • Rainbow stag beetle
  • Japanese horned beetle
  • Japanese green beetle
  • Stag beetle cyclommatus
  • Litmus stag beetle
  • Atlas horned beetle
  • Elephant horned beetle
  • Hercules horned beetle
  • Goliath
  • Giraffe stag beetle
  • Blue weevil

Shaking trees

  • Spider
  • Pocket caterpillar

Hornet's nest

  • Wasp

Near the water

  • Red dragonfly
  • Dragonfly damselfly
  • Tiger dragonfly
  • Firefly
  • Damsel dragonfly

On the surface of the water

  • Giant water bug
  • Shoemaker
  • Swimming beetle

Near the garbage

  • Meuse

Under the rocks

  • Woodlouse
  • Centipede

In the red by the sea

  • Sand mealybug

In the pasty turnips

  • Ant
  • Fly

On the rocks

  • snail

Pushing snowballs

  • Dung beetle

On the beach

  • Hermit crab

About the island's residents

  • flea

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