View table: cf_bug

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Table structure

  • url - String
  • name - String
  • number - Integer
  • image - String
  • image_url - String
  • catchphrase - String
  • catchphrase2 - String
  • size - String
  • location - String
  • rarity - String
  • sell - Integer
  • tank_width - Float
  • tank_length - Float
  • availability - String
  • m1 - Boolean
  • m2 - Boolean
  • m3 - Boolean
  • m4 - Boolean
  • m5 - Boolean
  • m6 - Boolean
  • m7 - Boolean
  • m8_1 - Boolean
  • m8_2 - Boolean
  • m9_1 - Boolean
  • m9_2 - Boolean
  • m10 - Boolean
  • m11 - Boolean
  • m12 - Boolean
  • m1_time - String
  • m2_time - String
  • m3_time - String
  • m4_time - String
  • m5_time - String
  • m6_time - String
  • m7_time - String
  • m8_1_time - String
  • m8_2_time - String
  • m9_1_time - String
  • m9_2_time - String
  • m10_time - String
  • m11_time - String
  • m12_time - String
  • time - String
  • time_availability - String
  • time2 - String
  • time2_availability - String
  • time3 - String
  • time3_availability - String
  • peaktime - String
  • peaktime_availability - String
  • peaktime2 - String
  • peaktime_availability2 - String
  • peaktime3 - String
  • peaktime_availability3 - String
  • peaktime4 - String
  • peaktime_availability4 - String
  • description - Text

Data table

This table has 64 rows altogether.

Page url name number image image url catchphrase catchphrase2 size location rarity sell tank width tank length availability m1 m2 m3 m4 m5 m6 m7 m8 1 m8 2 m9 1 m9 2 m10 m11 m12 m1 time m2 time m3 time m4 time m5 time m6 time m7 time m8 1 time m8 2 time m9 1 time m9 2 time m10 time m11 time m12 time time time availability time2 time2 availability time3 time3 availability peaktime peaktime availability peaktime2 peaktime availability2 peaktime3 peaktime availability3 peaktime4 peaktime availability4 description
Agrias Butterfly https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Agrias_Butterfly Agrias Butterfly 7 Agrias Butterfly CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/e/e3/Agrias_Butterfly_CF_Icon.png I caught an agrias butterfly! So bright and beautiful! Flying near flowers Rare 3,000 1.0 1.0 Jun – Sep No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA NA NA NA 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM NA NA NA 8 AM - 5 PM Fast and hard to catch, these are among the most lovely butterflies in the world!
Ant https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Ant Ant 27 Ant CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/9/99/Ant_CF_Icon.png I caught an ant! Ant ant ant ant ant! I am redund-ant! On rotten Turnips/Candy Common 80 1.0 1.0 All year Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day Twenty percent of worker ants actually don't do anything... They are lazy ants.
Bagworm https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Bagworm Bagworm 37 Bagworm CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/9/98/Bagworm_CF_Icon.png I caught a bagworm! In the bag, baby! Shaking trees (hardwood and cedar) Uncommon 300 1.0 1.0 Oct – Feb Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes All day All day NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA All day All day All day All day Nov – Dec This larva makes its casing from silk and other environmental materials.
Banded Dragonfly https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Banded_Dragonfly Banded Dragonfly 25 Banded Dragonfly CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/6/68/Banded_Dragonfly_CF_Icon.png Whoo hoo! Did you see that? Did you? I caught a banded dragonfly! Flying Uncommon 4,500 1.0 1.0 Jul – Aug No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM NA NA NA NA NA 8 AM – 5 PM These got their name because of their tigerlike banding and evasion skills.
Bell Cricket https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Bell_Cricket Bell Cricket 32 Bell Cricket CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/c/cf/Bell_Cricket_CF_Icon.png I caught a bell cricket! How many Bells is it worth? On the ground Uncommon 430 1.0 1.0 Sep – Oct No No No No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM NA NA 5 PM – 8 AM The frequency of their song is so high that it can't be transmitted over the phone.
Brown Cicada https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Brown_Cicada Brown Cicada 18 Brown Cicada CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/5/58/Brown_Cicada_CF_Icon.png I caught a brown cicada! I hope it's not afraid-a! On trees (hardwood and cedar) Common 200 1.0 1.0 Jul – Aug No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM NA NA NA NA NA 8 AM - 5 PM In some cultures, the chirping of these insects is said to resemble frying sounds.
Centipede https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Centipede Centipede 61 Centipede CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/7/7c/Centipede_CF_Icon.png I caught a centipede! It's got a million legs! Or, you know, a hundred. From hitting rocks Very uncommon 300 1.0 1.0 Jun – Feb Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 4 PM - 11 PM 4 PM - 11 PM NA NA NA 4 PM - 11 PM 4 PM - 11 PM 4 PM - 11 PM 4 PM - 11 PM 4 PM - 11 PM 4 PM - 11 PM 4 PM - 11 PM 4 PM - 11 PM 4 PM - 11 PM 4 PM - 11 PM Very few of these actually have more than 100 legs. They have nasty bites.
Citrus Long-Horned Beetle https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Citrus_Long-Horned_Beetle Longhorn Beetle 40 Citrus Long-Horned Beetle CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/e/ef/Longhorn_Beetle_CF_Icon.png I caught a longhorn beetle! It was a long time comin'! On tree stumps Very uncommon 260 1.0 1.0 Jul – Aug No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA 11 PM - 7 PM 11 PM - 7 PM 11 PM - 7 PM NA NA NA NA NA 11 PM - 7 PM The secret to the strong jaws of these insects is all the wood they eat.
Common Butterfly https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Common_Butterfly Common Butterfly 1 Common Butterfly CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/5/5a/Common_Butterfly_CF_Icon.png I caught a common butterfly! So white and charming! Flying near flowers Common 90 1.0 1.0 Mar – Jun; Sep No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes No No No NA NA 8 AM – 4 PM 8 AM – 4 PM 8 AM – 4 PM 8 AM – 4 PM NA NA NA 8 AM – 4 PM 8 AM – 4 PM NA NA NA 8 AM – 4 PM Mar – Jun 8 AM – 4 PM Sep 8 AM – 5 PM Mar – Jun Though all look white to the naked eye, males and females are different colors.
Cricket https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Cricket Cricket 31 Cricket CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/3/34/Cricket_CF_Icon.png I caught a cricket! That's the ticket! On the ground Common 130 1.0 1.0 Sep – Nov No No No No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM NA 5 PM – 8 AM These have ears—not on their heads, but on their front legs.
Cyclommatus Stag https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Cyclommatus_Stag Cyclommatus 50 Cyclommatus CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/0/08/Cyclommatus_CF_Icon.png I caught a cyclommatus! Aw, it's so pretty! On palm trees Very rare 8,000 1.0 1.0 Jul – Aug No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM NA NA NA NA NA 5 PM – 8 AM Their short life span makes these insects hard to raise.
Darner Dragonfly https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Darner_Dragonfly Darner Dragonfly 24 Darner Dragonfly CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/f/f1/Darner_Dragonfly_CF_Icon.png I caught a darner dragonfly! It's darn cute! Flying Uncommon 200 1.0 1.0 Jun – Aug No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No NA NA NA NA NA 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM NA NA NA NA NA 8 AM – 5 PM These are called "mosquito hawks" for their predatory habits.
Diving Beetle https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Diving_Beetle Diving Beetle 29 Diving Beetle CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/4/43/Diving_Beetle_CF_Icon.png I caught a diving beetle! I give it a perfect 10! On rivers and ponds Very uncommon 800 May – Sep No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA NA NA 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM NA NA NA 8 AM – 5 PM These are said to have short but strong pincers. Ouch!
Dung Beetle https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Dung_Beetle Dung Beetle 41 Dung Beetle CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/5/51/Dung_Beetle_CF_Icon.png I caught a dung beetle! Um... Ew. Pushing snowballs Rare 800 1.0 1.0 Dec – Feb Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No No No Yes 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM These eat and lay their eggs in dung. Yes, it's gross, but good for the earth.
Emperor Butterfly https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Emperor_Butterfly Emperor 6 Emperor CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/b/bc/Emperor_CF_Icon.png I caught an emperor butterfly! Such royal beauty! Flying near flowers Rare 2,500 1.0 1.0 Jun – Sep No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA NA NA NA 7 PM – 8 AM 7 PM – 8 AM 7 PM – 8 AM 7 PM – 8 AM 7 PM – 8 AM 7 PM – 8 AM NA NA NA 7 PM – 8 AM Their wings appear to be blue on one side, but quite plain on the other.
Evening Cicada https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Evening_Cicada Evening Cicada 21 Evening Cicada CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/6/6d/Evening_Cicada_CF_Icon.png I caught an evening cicada. It likes the nightlife! On trees (hardwood and cedar) Common 550 1.0 1.0 Jul – Aug No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA 4 AM – 8 AM & 4 PM – 7 PM 4 AM – 8 AM & 4 PM – 7 PM 4 AM – 8 AM & 4 PM – 7 PM NA NA NA NA NA 4 AM – 8 AM & 4 PM – 7 PM Aug The chirping of this insect marks the beginning of summer.
Firefly https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Firefly Firefly 42 Firefly CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/f/f7/Firefly_CF_Icon.png Whoo! I caught a firefly! Now I don't need a flashlight! Flying near freshwater Very uncommon 300 1.0 1.0 Jun No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No NA NA NA NA NA 7 PM – 4 AM NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 7 PM – 4 AM The posteriors of both females and males light up. They are not turn signals.
Flea https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Flea Flea 57 Flea CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/3/39/Flea_CF_Icon.png I caught a flea! Itchy itchy! On villagers Common 70 1.0 1.0 Mar – Nov No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No NA NA All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day NA All day Females can lay up to 20 eggs a day and are usually bigger than the males.
Fly https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Fly Fly 60 Fly CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/5/58/Fly_CF_Icon.png I caught a fly... Stop buzzing in my face! Flying near rafflesia, trash, or rotten turnips Common 60 1.0 1.0 All year Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day There is nothing more annoying than when these guys fly around your ear!
Fruit Beetle https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Fruit_Beetle Fruit Beetle 43 Fruit Beetle CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/d/de/Fruit_Beetle_CF_Icon.png I caught a fruit beetle! Where's the fruit? Shaking trees Uncommon 100 1.0 1.0 Jul – Sep No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA All day All day All day 7 PM - 8 AM 7 PM - 8 AM NA NA NA All day Jul – Aug 7 PM - 8 AM Sep Unlike others in this group, these metal-looking bugs fly without their front wings.
Giant Stag https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Giant_Stag Giant Beetle 48 Miyama Stag CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/7/75/Miyama_Stag_CF_Icon.png Whoa! A giant beetle! Augh, don't squish me! On trees (any kind) Rare 10,000 1.0 1.0 Jul – Aug No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA 11 PM - 8 AM 11 PM - 8 AM 11 PM - 8 AM NA NA NA NA NA 11 PM - 8 AM Nocturnal and very skittish, their long lives make them popular pets.
Golden Stag https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Golden_Stag Golden Stag 51 Golden Stag CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/a/a9/Golden_Stag_CF_Icon.png Whoa!! I caught a golden stag! The light, the blinding light! On palm trees Very rare 12,000 1.0 1.0 Jul – Aug No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM NA NA NA NA NA 5 PM – 8 AM As their name states, these bugs have golden bodies, but looks like it has a silver body when on a palm tree. Raising them is tough.
Goliath Beetle https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Goliath_Beetle Goliath Beetle 56 Goliath Beetle CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/c/c7/Goliath_Beetle_CF_Icon.png I caught a goliath beetle! GOOOOOOOOLIATH! On palm trees Very rare 6,000 1.0 1.0 Jun – Sep No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA NA NA NA 7 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM 7 PM – 8 AM 7 PM – 8 AM NA NA NA 7 PM – 8 AM Jun; Sep 5 PM – 8 AM Jul – Aug The largest of its kind in the world, these can fly like birds.
Grasshopper https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Grasshopper Grasshopper 33 Grasshopper CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/a/af/Grasshopper_CF_Icon.png I caught a grasshopper! Hop on over here! On the ground Uncommon 160 1.0 1.0 Jul – Sep No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA 4 PM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM NA NA NA 4 PM - 5 PM Jul 8 AM - 5 PM Aug – Sep These eat until their stomachs bulge. When hungry, they may eat each other.
Honeybee https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Honeybee Honeybee 12 Honeybee CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/1/1f/Honeybee_CF_Icon.png I caught a honeybee! Hey there, sweetie! Flying near flowers Uncommon 100 1.0 1.0 Mar – Jul No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No NA NA 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM – 4 PM NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 8 AM - 5 PM Mar – Jun 8 AM – 4 PM Jul All worker bees are female. Their honey has an almost indefinite shelf life.
Horned Atlas https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Horned_Atlas Atlas Beetle 52 Atlas Beetle CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/d/d8/Atlas_Beetle_CF_Icon.png I caught an atlas beetle! At last, beetle! On palm trees Very rare 8,000 1.0 1.0 Jul – Aug No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM NA NA NA NA NA 5 PM – 8 AM The world's strongest beetles have three horns--the keys to their strength!
Horned Dynastid https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Horned_Dynastid Horned Dynastid 52 Dynastid Beetle CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/6/67/Dynastid_Beetle_CF_Icon.png Yessss! I caught a dynastid beetle! Strong, tough, and AWESOME! On trees (any kind) Rare 1,350 1.0 1.0 Jul – Aug No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM NA NA NA NA NA 5 PM – 8 AM The proud horns of these relatives of the scarab beetle are just overgrown skin.
Horned Elephant https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Horned_Elephant Elephant Beetle 54 Elephant Beetle CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/f/fa/Elephant_Beetle_CF_Icon.png I caught an elephant beetle! The heavyweight champion! On palm trees Rare 8,000 Jul – Aug No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM NA NA NA NA NA 5 PM – 8 AM The heaviest beetles in the world are named for their trunklike horns.
Horned Hercules https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Horned_Hercules Hercules Beetle 55 Hercules Beetle CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/0/00/Hercules_Beetle_CF_Icon.png I caught a hercules beetle! It's the greatest beetle of them all! On palm trees Very rare 12,000 1.0 1.0 Jul – Aug No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM NA NA NA NA NA 5 PM – 8 AM The world's largest beetle can easily carry up to 5 pounds!
Jewel Beetle https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Jewel_Beetle Jewel Beetle 45 Jewel Beetle CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/7/7c/Jewel_Beetle_CF_Icon.png I caught a jewel beetle! Ooh... Sparkly! On trees (any kind) Very uncommon 2,400 1.0 1.0 Jul – Aug No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM NA NA NA NA NA 8 AM – 5 PM As their name states, these look like jewels. Birds do not like their color.
Ladybug https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Ladybug Ladybug 38 Ladybug CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/a/ae/Ladybug_CF_Icon.png I caught a ladybug! S-so small! S-so cute! On flowers Uncommon 200 1.0 1.0 Mar – Jun; Sep – Oct No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes No No NA NA 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM NA NA NA 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM NA NA 8 AM – 5 PM Mar – May Also called ladybirds or lady beetles, these help gardens by controlling pests.
Lantern Fly https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Lantern_Fly Lantern Fly 22 Lantern Fly CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/3/31/Lantern_Fly_CF_Icon.png I caught a lantern fly! But... where do I put the kerosene? On trees (hardwood and cedar) Rare 1,800 1.0 1.0 Jun – Sep No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA NA NA NA 4 PM – 7 PM & 11 PM – 8 AM 4 PM – 8 AM 4 PM – 8 AM 4 PM – 8 AM 4 PM – 7 PM & 11 PM – 8 AM 4 PM – 7 PM & 11 PM – 8 AM NA NA NA 4 PM – 7 PM & 11 PM – 8 AM Jun; Sep 4 PM – 8 AM Jul – Aug With alligator-like heads and mothlike wings, these are actually cicadas.
Long Locust https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Long_Locust Long Locust 14 Long Locust CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/5/56/Long_Locust_CF_Icon.png I caught a long locust! Long time, no see?! On the ground Common 200 1.0 1.0 All year No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No NA NA NA NA All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day NA All day Sep – Nov The name for this insect comes from its elongated head.
Mantis https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Mantis Mantis 16 Mantis CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/d/da/Mantis_CF_Icon.png I caught a mantis! He didn't have a prayer! On flowers Very uncommon 430 1.0 1.0 Apr – Nov No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No NA NA NA 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM NA 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 4 PM Sep – Nov Exclusively predatory, these will attack insects larger than themselves.
Migratory Locust https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Migratory_Locust Migratory Locust 15 Migratory Locust CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/8/80/Migratory_Locust_CF_Icon.png I caught a migratory locust! Migrate into my pocket! On the ground Uncommon 600 1.0 1.0 Aug – Nov No No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 8 AM - 7 PM 8 AM - 7 PM 8 AM - 7 PM 8 AM - 7 PM 8 AM - 7 PM 8 AM - 7 PM NA 8 AM - 7 PM Despite their large size, these are skittish and scare easily.
Miyama Stag https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Miyama_Stag Miyama Stag Beetle 46 Miyama Stag CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/7/75/Miyama_Stag_CF_Icon.png Yippee! I caught a Miyama stag beetle! I beat the beetle! On trees (any kind) Very uncommon 1,000 1.0 1.0 Jul – Aug No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA All day All day All day NA NA NA NA NA All day Aug Known for the distinct shape of their heads, they look strong but are delicate.
Mole Cricket https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Mole_Cricket Mole Cricket 34 Mole Cricket CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/d/d6/Mole_Cricket_CF_Icon.png I caught a mole cricket! Proceeding with interrogation! Underground Very uncommon 280 1.0 1.0 Nov – May Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No Yes Yes All day All day All day All day All day NA NA NA NA NA NA NA All day All day All day These live underground but can fly and swim. They're multitalented.
Monarch Butterfly https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Monarch_Butterfly Monarch 5 Monarch CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/c/cc/Monarch_CF_Icon.png I caught a monarch butterfly! To me, Your Majesty! Flying near flowers Uncommon 140 1.0 1.0 Sep – Nov No No No No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 4 AM - 5 PM 4 AM - 5 PM 4 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM NA 4 AM - 5 PM Sep – Oct 8 AM - 5 PM Nov Oct – Nov These are known for their ability to travel far -- in excess of 1,500 miles (2,400 km)!
Mosquito https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Mosquito Mosquito 59 Mosquito CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/e/ea/Mosquito_CF_Icon.png I caught a mosquito! It's like a tiny vampire... Flying Common 130 1.0 1.0 Jun – Sep No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA NA NA NA 5 PM - 4 AM 5 PM - 4 AM 5 PM - 4 AM 5 PM - 4 AM 5 PM - 4 AM 5 PM - 4 AM NA NA NA 5 PM - 4 AM These prefer type-O blood-- its chemical structure is close to flower nectar.
Moth https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Moth Moth 10 Moth CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/2/22/Moth_CF_Icon.png I caught a moth! Not scary... NOT SCARY! Flying near light sources Common 60 1.0 1.0 May – Sep No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA NA NA 7 PM - 4 AM 7 PM - 4 AM 7 PM - 4 AM 7 PM - 4 AM 7 PM - 4 AM 7 PM - 4 AM 7 PM - 4 AM NA NA NA 7 PM - 4 AM Jun – Aug These are similar to butterflies... but for some reason, hated by many people.
Oak Silk Moth https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Oak_Silk_Moth Oak Silk Moth 11 Oak Silk Moth CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/a/ae/Oak_Silk_Moth_CF_Icon.png I caught an oak silk moth! Pretty? Or pretty hideous?! On trees (any kind) Very rare 1,200 1.0 1.0 Jun – Sep No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA NA NA NA 7 PM - 4 AM 7 PM - 4 AM 7 PM - 4 AM 7 PM - 4 AM 7 PM - 4 AM 7 PM - 4 AM NA NA NA 7 PM - 4 AM The larva and cocoons of these wild silkworms are a beautiful green in color.
Orchid Mantis https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Orchid_Mantis Orchid Mantis 17 Orchid Mantis CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/6/60/Orchid_Mantis_CF_Icon.png I caught an orchid mantis! I kid you not, man! On white flowers Rare 2,400 1.0 1.0 Apr – Nov No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No NA NA NA 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM NA 8 AM – 5 PM These critters look like orchids, so it's hard for predators to locate them.
Peacock Butterfly https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Peacock_Butterfly Peacock 4 Peacock CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/5/5e/Peacock_CF_Icon.png I caught a peacock butterfly! How dark and pretty! Flying near blue, purple, and black flowers Very uncommon 220 1.0 1.0 Mar – Sep No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA 4 AM – 7 PM 4 AM – 7 PM 4 AM – 7 PM 4 AM – 7 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 4 PM 8 AM – 4 PM NA NA NA 4 AM – 7 PM Mar – Jun 8 AM – 5 PM Jul – Aug 8 AM – 4 PM Sep May – Jun These got their names because their wings look like peacock feathers.
Petaltail Dragonfly https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Petaltail_Dragonfly Giant Petaltail 26 Petaltail Dragonfly CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/b/bc/Petaltail_Dragonfly_CF_Icon.png I caught a giant petaltail! I tamed the beast! Flying Very rare 8,000 1.0 1.0 Aug – Oct No No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 5 PM – 7 PM 5 PM – 7 PM 5 PM – 7 PM 5 PM – 7 PM 5 PM – 7 PM NA NA 5 PM – 7 PM The biggest dragonfly in the world, these primitive insects are living fossils.
Pill Bug https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Pill_Bug Pill Bug 58 Pill Bug CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/4/4a/Pill_Bug_CF_Icon.png I caught a pill bug! Why don't you chill, bug? From hitting rocks Common 250 1.0 1.0 All year Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day Nov – Mar Classified as crustaceans, these can survive in water by using gills.
Pondskater https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Pondskater Pondskater 28 Pondskater CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/4/4b/Pondskater_CF_Icon.png I caught a pond skater! Skate on over my way! On rivers and ponds Uncommon 130 1.0 1.0 May – Sep No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA NA NA 8 AM - 7 PM 8 AM - 7 PM 8 AM - 7 PM 8 AM - 7 PM 8 AM - 7 PM 8 AM - 7 PM 8 AM - 7 PM NA NA NA 8 AM - 7 PM For obvious reasons, these are also known as "magic bugs".
Queen Alexandra's Birdwing https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Queen_Alexandra%27s_Birdwing Birdwing 9 Birdwing CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/b/b4/Birdwing_CF_Icon.png I caught a birdwing butterfly! Tweet tweet, flap flap? Flying near flowers Very rare 4,000 1.0 1.0 Jun – Sep No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA NA NA NA 8 AM – 4 PM 8 AM – 4 PM 8 AM – 4 PM 8 AM – 4 PM 8 AM – 4 PM 8 AM – 4 PM NA NA NA 8 AM – 4 PM Known as the world's largest butterfly, this species boasts larger females.
Rainbow Stag https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Rainbow_Stag Rainbow Stag 49 Rainbow Stag CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/7/70/Rainbow_Stag_CF_Icon.png I caught a rainbow stag! Someone tell me, already! Where's the rainbow?! On trees (any kind) Very rare 10,000 1.0 1.0 Jun – Sep No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA NA NA NA 7 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM 5 PM – 8 AM 7 PM – 8 AM 7 PM – 8 AM NA NA NA 7 PM – 8 AM Jun; Sep 5 PM – 8 AM Jul – Aug Said to be the most beautiful type of beetle, they are sturdier than they look.
Rajah Brooke's Birdwing https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Rajah_Brooke%27s_Birdwing Raja Brooke 8 Raja Brooke CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/0/0a/Raja_Brooke_CF_Icon.png I caught a Raja Brooke butterfly! What a cute red collar! Near freshwater Rare 2,500 1.0 1.0 May – Sep No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA NA NA 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM NA NA NA 8 AM – 5 PM Flashing black wings with bright green markings make it easy to identify.
Red Dragonfly https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Red_Dragonfly Red Dragonfly 23 Red Dragonfly CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/7/74/Red_Dragonfly_CF_Icon.png I caught a red dragonfly! It's magic! Flying Uncommon 80 1.0 1.0 Sep – Oct No No No No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 8 AM – 7 PM 8 AM – 7 PM 8 AM – 7 PM NA NA 8 AM – 7 PM These live in the mountains in summer and the valleys in fall.
Robust Cicada https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Robust_Cicada Robust Cicada 19 Robust Cicada CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/b/b1/Robust_Cicada_CF_Icon.png I caught a robust cicada! Gimme a hearty YAAAY! On trees (hardwood and cedar) Common 300 1.0 1.0 Jul – Aug No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM NA NA NA NA NA 8 AM - 5 PM These have black and green bodies and transparent wings.
Saw Stag https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Saw_Stag Saw Stag Beetle 47 Miyama Stag CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/7/75/Miyama_Stag_CF_Icon.png Yahoo! I caught a saw stag beetle! Look at those mandibles! On trees (any kind) Rare 2,000 1.0 1.0 Jul – Aug No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA All day All day All day NA NA NA NA NA All day Though typically nocturnal, these can be found during the day.
Scarab Beetle https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Scarab_Beetle Scarab Beetle 44 Scarab Beetle CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/f/f1/Scarab_Beetle_CF_Icon.png I caught a scarab beetle! A gem of the bug world. But still just a bug. On trees (any kind) Very rare 6,000 1.0 1.0 Jul – Aug No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA 11 PM - 8 AM 11 PM - 8 AM 11 PM - 8 AM NA NA NA NA NA 11 PM - 8 AM This treasured bug is valued over platinum... by some.
Scorpion https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Scorpion Scorpion 64 Scorpion CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/5/53/Scorpion_CF_Icon.png I caught a scorpion! It looks kind of crabby to me... On the ground Rare 8,000 1.0 1.0 Jul – Sep No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA 7 PM – 4 AM 7 PM – 4 AM 7 PM – 4 AM 7 PM – 4 AM 7 PM – 4 AM NA NA NA 7 PM – 4 AM Those things that look like tails are actually extensions of their stomachs.
Snail https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Snail Snail 30 Snail CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/3/3f/Snail_CF_Icon.png I caught a snail! Seriously, though... Could you fail to catch a snail? On flowers (raining) Uncommon 250 1.0 1.0 Apr – Sep No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA NA All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day NA NA NA All day May – Jun These grind their food up, using their 20,000 teeth like a file.
Spider https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Spider Spider 62 Spider CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/2/24/Spider_CF_Icon.png I caught a spider! Look at all those eyes! Shaking trees Very uncommon 300 1.0 1.0 Mar – Oct No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No NA NA All day All day All day All day 7 PM - 8 AM 7 PM - 8 AM 7 PM - 8 AM All day All day 11 PM - 4 PM NA NA All day Mar – Jun; Sep 7 PM - 8 AM Jul – Aug 11 PM - 4 PM Oct Apr – May; Sep Spiders in the house will eat flies and other pests...but they are still gross.
Tarantula https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Tarantula Tarantula 63 Tarantula CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/2/2f/Tarantula_CF_Icon.png I caught a tarantula! I don't wanna arm-wrestle this guy! On the ground Rare 8,000 1.0 1.0 Jun – Aug No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No NA NA NA NA NA 7 PM - 4 AM 7 PM - 4 AM 7 PM - 4 AM 7 PM - 4 AM NA NA NA NA NA 7 PM - 4 AM The belly hairs these use to fire poison cause more itchiness than the poison itself.
Tiger Butterfly https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Tiger_Butterfly Tiger Butterfly 3 Tiger Butterfly CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/6/68/Tiger_Butterfly_CF_Icon.png I caught a tiger butterfly! Here, kitty, kitty! Flying near red and pink flowers Very uncommon 160 1.0 1.0 Mar – Sep No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA 4 AM – 7 PM 4 AM – 7 PM 4 AM – 7 PM 4 AM – 7 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 4 PM 8 AM – 4 PM NA NA NA 4 AM – 7 PM Mar – Jun 8 AM – 5 PM Jul – Aug 8 AM – 4 PM Sep Wherever there are orange trees, these butterflies are likely to be found.
Violin Beetle https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Violin_Beetle Violin Beetle 39 Violin Beetle CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/5/57/Violin_Beetle_CF_Icon.png I caught a violin beetle! And the world's tiniest violin plays a sad song. On tree stumps Very uncommon 260 1.0 1.0 Jun; Sep – Nov No No No No No Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No NA NA NA NA NA 4 AM - 7 PM NA NA NA 4 AM - 5 PM 4 AM - 5 PM 4 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM NA 4 AM - 7 PM Jun 4 AM - 5 PM Sep – Oct 8 AM - 5 PM Nov These resemble violins--hence the name. They are so thin, they fit in wood gaps.
Walker Cicada https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Walker_Cicada Walker Cicada 20 Walker Cicada CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/c/c7/Walker_Cicada_CF_Icon.png I caught a walker cicada! Quite the walker AND the talker! On trees (hardwood and cedar) Common 400 1.0 1.0 Jul – Sep No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM 8 AM - 5 PM NA NA NA 8 AM - 5 PM Aug The chirp of this cicada means the end of summer is near.
Walking Leaf https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Walking_Leaf Walking Leaf 35 Walking Leaf CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/f/f5/Walking_Leaf_CF_Icon.png I caught a walking leaf! Finally, you'll leaf me alone! On the ground Very uncommon 600 1.0 1.0 Jul – Sep No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No NA NA NA NA NA NA 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM 8 AM – 5 PM NA NA NA 8 AM – 5 PM These blend into many leaf colors. Females own the best camouflage, but males can fly.
Walking Stick https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Walking_Stick Walkingstick 36 Walking Stick CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/3/3a/Walking_Stick_CF_Icon.png I caught a walkingstick! A stick...that walks?! On trees (any kind) Very uncommon 600 1.0 1.0 Jul – Nov No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No NA NA NA NA NA NA 4 AM - 8 AM & 5 PM - 7 PM 4 AM - 8 AM & 5 PM - 7 PM 4 AM - 8 AM & 5 PM - 7 PM 4 AM - 7 PM 4 AM - 7 PM 4 AM - 7 PM 4 AM - 7 PM NA 4 AM - 8 AM & 5 PM - 7 PM Jul – Aug 4 AM - 7 PM Sep – Nov These will tear their legs off to flee predators... but their legs then grow back!
Wasp https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Wasp Bee 13 Bee CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/e/e8/Bee_CF_Icon.png I caught a bee! Bzz! Bzz! Bzz! Glad I didn't get stung! Shaking trees Rare 2,500 1.0 1.0 All year Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day All day These poison-carrying bees will attack big foes to protect the queen.
Yellow Butterfly https://nookipedia.com/wiki/Yellow_Butterfly Yellow Butterfly 2 Yellow Butterfly CF Icon.png https://dodo.ac/np/images/9/9d/Yellow_Butterfly_CF_Icon.png I caught a yellow butterfly! C'mere, yellow fellow! Flying near flowers Common 90 1.0 1.0 Mar – Jun; Sep No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes No No No NA NA 4 AM – 7 PM 4 AM – 7 PM 4 AM – 7 PM 4 AM – 7 PM NA NA NA 8 AM – 4 PM 8 AM – 4 PM NA NA NA 4 AM – 7 PM Mar – Jun 8 AM – 4 PM Sep All males of the species are white- females can be yellow or white.