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Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bug Guide (May 2020)



Every month, a different mix of bugs arrives in Animal Crossing: New Horizons . Collecting all the bugs is important for players to fill out their critter media and museum – and earn some extra bubbles.

Catching bugs can take a while. It can be difficult to sneak up on insects and catch them before the small insects fly or run away. Aggressive bugs, especially scorpions and tarantulas, will get you off the commission if you aren't fast enough to catch them.

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Tips for catching bugs

There are a few ways to ensure that bugs are caught. You need to make sure you have the spring stick, ladder and insect net in your inventory. Bugs will appear all over the island, meaning you'll have to roam all over the island to find different types of bugs. If you're only trying to catch bugs, it can be helpful to make sure there are two bug nets in your inventory. Then if a net breaks, you don't have to return to Nook & # 39; s Cranny or make one while hunting.

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In addition, it is worth noting that the mole cricket is the only insect that needs a shovel. If you hunt this little beauty, bring a shovel and listen to cricket sound. If the sound seems loudest, start digging. Eventually, the mole will pop out. You have to quickly switch to the net to catch this bug.

You can also be notified of annoying bugs. For example, scorpions and tarantulas are best caught by sneaking. When one of these aggressive bugs is seen, hold the net in your hand, hold down A, and approach them slowly. This allows you to slowly walk towards these bugs. If their front legs are up, stop approaching and just wait until they put their front legs back down before continuing. Once you're close enough (or about to run towards you), release A and catch that nasty bug.

Bug List

Animal Crossing: New Horizons closely follows the seasons in the real world. This means that new bugs will be introduced every month and will match when the bug would appear in real life. This also means that the Southern Hemisphere and Northern Hemisphere will get different insects from each other. It's also important to remember that different bugs appear at different times of the day.

Changes in May

In the Northern Hemisphere, players get some new bugs to add to their collections. This includes the great purple emperor, Queen Alexandra's bird wing, the striped dragonfly, the pond skater, the diving beetle, the violin beetle, the Rosalia batesi beetle, and scorpions. You also have until the end of the month to catch the mole cricket before it disappears for the season.

The Southern Hemisphere gets its first glimpse of the dragonfly, the mole cricket and the tarantulas. In late May, however, players in the Southern Hemisphere will have to say goodbye to the Monarch Butterfly, Long Grasshopper, Grasshopper, Rice Grasshopper, Cricket, Praying Mantis, Praying Mantis, Violin Beetle, Walking Stick and Fleas.

Here is a list of the bugs currently available in the game.

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Northern Hemisphere

  • European Butterfly (160 Bells)
  • Yellow Butterfly (160 Bells)
  • Tiger Butterfly (240 Bells)
  • Peacock Butterfly (2500 Bells) [19659018] Ordinary Forest Bottle (300 Bells)
  • Paper Kite Butterfly (1000 Bells)
  • Great Purple Emperor (3000 Bells)
  • Agrias Butterfly (2500 Bells) [19659018] Rajah Brooke & # 39; s Birdwing (2,500 Bells) [19659018] Queen Alexandra & # 39; s Birdwing (4,000 Bells)
  • Moth (130 Bells)
  • Atlas Moth (3,000 Bells)
  • Madagascan Sunset Moth (2,500 Bells)
  • Lang Locust (200 Bells) [19659018] Mantis (430 Bells)
  • Orchid Mantis (2,400 Bells) [19659018] Honeybee (200 Bells)
  • Wasp (2500 Bells)
  • Darner Dragonfly (230 Bells)
  • Banded Dragonfly (4,500 Bells)
  • Mole Cricket (500 Bells)
  • Pond Skater (130 Bells)
  • Diving Beetle (800 Bells)
  • Giant Water Bug (2,000 bubbles)
  • Stinkbug (120 bubbles)
  • Man-Faced Stink Bug (1,000 bubbles)
  • Ladybug (200 bubbles)
  • Tiger Beetle (1,500 Bells)
  • Jewel Beetle (2,400 Bells) [19659018] Violin Beetle (450 Bells)
  • Citrus Longhorn Beetle (350 Bells)
  • Rosalia Batesi Beetle (3,000 Bells)
  • Bagworm (600 Bells)
  • Ant (80 Bells)
  • Hermit Crab (1,000 Bells) )
  • Wharf Roach (200 Bells)
  • Fly (30 Bells)
  • Flea (70 Bells)
  • Snail (250 Bells)
  • Pill Bug (250 Bells)
  • Centipede (300 Bells) )
  • Spider (480 Bells)
  • Scorpion (8,000 Bells)

Southern Hemisphere

  • Common Butterfly (160 Bells)
  • Paper Kite Butterfly (1,000 Bells)
  • Monarch Butterfly (140 Bells) [19659060] Moth (130 bells)
  • Long grasshopper (200 bells)
  • Migratory Locust (600 bells)
  • Rice grasshopper (160 bells)
  • Cricket (130 bells) Call ls)
  • Mantis (430 Bells)
  • Orchid Mantis (2,400 Bells)
  • Wasp (2,500 Bells)
  • Damselfly (500 Bells)
  • Mole Cricket (500 Bells)
  • Violin Beetle (19659062 ) 450 Bells)
  • Longhorn Beetle with Citrus (350 Bells)
  • Walking Stick (600 Bells)
  • Bagworm (600 Bells)
  • Ant (80 Bells)
  • Hermit Crab (1,000 Bells) [19659062] Wharf Roach (200 Bells)
  • Fly (60 Bells)
  • Flea (70 Bells)
  • Snail (250 Bells)
  • Pill Bug (250 Bells)
  • Centipede (300 Bells) [19659062] Spider (480 Bells)
  • Tarantula (8,000 Bells)

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