- "I caught a violin beetle! And the world's tiniest violin plays a sad song." —City Folk
|Scientific name||Mormolyce phyllodes|
|Family||Carabidae - Ground Beetles|
|Time of year||June, September to November|
|Time of day||4am to 7pm (June)|
4am to 5pm (Sept-Oct)
8am to 5pm (Nov)
|Location||On tree stumps|
|Selling price||250 Bells (City Folk)|
260 Bells (New Leaf)
|Appearances||Animal Crossing: City Folk,|
Animal Crossing: New Leaf
The violin beetle (バイオリンムシ, Baiorin mushi) is a new insect in Animal Crossing: City Folk. They first appear in June, between 4am and 7pm. They reappear September and October, from 4am to 5pm, and then disappear in November, when they can be found 8am to 5pm. They can be found on tree stumps of regular and cedar trees. They are uncommon.
Donating to the Museum in City Folk
"I've heard this bug got is name because its body resembles a violin... I'm not so sure though. All slick and black and shiny... If you were to ask me, it looks rather more like an awful locust..."
The violin beetle can be found on the tree stump, located on the middle level of the insect section.
According to the in-game encyclopedia, "These resemble violins-- hence the name. They are so thin, they fit in wood gaps."
Names in other languages
|French||Mormolyce||Part of latin name|
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