Rosalia Batesi Beetle
- "I caught a rosalia batesi beetle! That's easier to do than say!" —New Horizons
|Rosalia Batesi Beetle|
|Scientific name||Rosalia batesi|
|Time of year||May to September (Northern Hemisphere)|
November to March (Southern Hemisphere)
|Time of day||All day|
|Location||On tree stumps|
|Selling price||3,000 Bells|
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In New Horizons
- "The rosalia batesi beetle is a type of longhorn beetle, so named for the long antenna upon its head. But did you know that longhorn beetles often grow antenna LONGER than their very own bodies, wot wot? As if this weren't odious enough, look closely and you will find these antenna... are covered in tufts of hair! Best not look closely, I say"
In Real Life
Rosalia batesi is a species of longhorn beetle native to Japan. While it lays eggs in the bark of trees, like many other longhorn species, it does not pose a risk to the trees, unlike the Citrus Long-Horned Beetle.
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