- "I caught a giant cicada! Luckily I didn't need a bean stalk!" —New Leaf
- "I caught a giant cicada! Scratch that--a giant WET cicada." —New Leaf (rain)
|Scientific name||'Quesada gigas'|
|Time of year||July to August|
|Time of day||8am to 5pm|
|Selling price||500 Bells|
Donating to the Museum
In New Leaf
Upon donation to the Museum, the exhibit has this to say about the Giant Cicada:
- "As the name might indicate, giant cicadas are one of the largest species of cicada in the world. They used to live mostly in warmer western Japan, but they've now also moved to urban eastern Japan. Though they're now common in these areas, they aren't well known in other parts of the world."
It can be found in the upper left room of the insect habitat, with the other cicadas.
In Japan, it is known as the Bear Cicada (熊蝉 or Kumazemi). It is the largest cicada in Japan.
Names in other languages
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