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Revision as of 01:39, July 1, 2020

"I got an acorn barnacle! Maybe I can grow a barnacle tree?" —New Leaf
Acorn Barnacle
 
Japanese フジツボ Korean Unknown Chinese Unknown
French Balane Italian Dente di cane Spanish Unknown
German Unknown Dutch Unknown Russian Unknown
Acorn Barnacle NL.png
Scientific name Unknown
Main Appearances

As fish:

As sea creature:

Other Appearances

Acorn Barnacles (フジツボ, Fuji tsubo) are a type of sea creature only found in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. This game marks the first appearance of Acorn Barnacles.

Catch details

In New Leaf

#4

Acorn Barnacle
"I got an acorn barnacle! Maybe I can grow a barnacle tree?"

Times All year: All day
Peak Times June - August
Location Ocean, Tortimer Island
Shadow Size Tiny
Shadow Movement Stationary
Sea Creature Size 3 cm
Rarity Very common
Selling Price 99k Bells NH Inv Icon cropped.png 200 Bells
Tank Size 1.0 x 1.0

Donating to the Museum

In New Leaf

Upon donating an Acorn Barnacle to the Museum, it can be found in the large pool in the first room of the Ocean exhibit, along with many other species of sea creatures. It is found on the large rock. The exhibit has this to say about the Acorn Barnacle:

"They attach to hard places, and though they look like bivalves, they are related to shrimp and crab. Some species are even edible and have a very crab-like taste to them, making them a fine delicacy. Young acorn barnacles come from eggs, do not have shells, and float around the ocean like shrimp. They gradually develop their shells as they grow into the image we usually see."

Names in other languages

European French Balane -

Italian Dente di cane Balano