Animal Crossing: New Horizons: Catch These Special Bugs on Priority

by Oliviya Strome Web Deigning

September has brought a couple of cool challenges and events for the players of Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Developers of Animal Crossing: New Horizons introduces some new bugs and animals to catch. Most of the players successfully caught the new and special bugs and animals, but whoever is still looking for some special bugs, can still get them. The difficult thing about catching bugs is that players have to search them on the exact timing.

While playing games like Animal Crossing: New Horizons, it becomes necessary to know the spawn timing of every creature. Some creatures appear in certain weather conditions and some at certain locations. In a single day, players can do several activities to decorate and upgrade their island. Although Animal Crossing: New Horizons also offers the players daily activities for customizing their island. Players can customize their island as they want, but to do all these, it is necessary to perform major activities. In the September month, developers continuously added unique content to help the players to integrate their islands. September events helped the players for upcoming Halloween event items like candies and pumpkins.

The process of catching bugs and fishes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons has no difference. However, catching bugs requires more patience than fishing. Any reckless work or a wrong step while catching the bug can mess up the whole setup. Similar to fishing, the timing of catching bugs changes throughout the day.

Early in September, developers introduced several new bugs in the game which are still available to catch. To fill the Critterpedia, it is necessary to catch every new bug of this month. Animal Crossing: New Horizons will remove those bugs soon. In Animal Crossing: New Horizons Northern and Southern Hemisphere matters a lot. When catching a certain type of bug, remember on which Hemisphere they appear, and make a plan to hunt them.

Northern Hemisphere

Species | Time | Location | Rarity | Sell price in bells

  • Agrias Butterfly | 8 AM-5 PM | Flying (flowers) | Rare | 3,000
  • Atlas Moth | 7 PM-4 AM | Trees | Rare | 3,000
  • Diving Beetle | 8 AM-7 PM | Rivers, ponds | Uncommon | 800
  • Earth-Boring Dung Beetle | All day | Ground | Common | 300
  • Emperor Butterfly | 5 PM-8 AM | Flying (flowers) | Rare | 4,000
  • Giant Water Bug | 7 PM-8 AM | Rivers, ponds | Uncommon | 2,000
  • Goliath Beetle | 5 PM-8 AM | Trees (palm) | Rare | 8,000
  • Grasshopper | 8 AM-5 PM | Ground | Common | 160
  • Madagascan Sunset Moth | 8 AM-4 PM | Flying (flowers) | Rare | 2,500
  • Mosquito | 5 PM-4 AM | Flying (flowers) | Common | 130
  • Pondskater | 8 AM-7 PM | Rivers, ponds | Common | 130
  • Queen Alexandra’s Birdwing | 8 AM-4 PM | Flying (flowers) | Rare | 4,000
  • Rainbow Stag | 7 PM-8 AM | Trees | Rare | 6,000
  • Rajah Brooke’s Birdwing | 8 AM-5 PM | Flying (flowers) | Rare | 2,500
  • Rosalia Batesi Beetle | All day | Tree stumps | Very Rare | 3,000
  • Tiger Butterfly | 4 AM-7 PM | Flying | Common | 240
  • Walker Cicada | 8 AM-5 PM | Trees (non-palm) | Common | 400
  • Walking Leaf | All day | Leaves under trees | Uncommon | 600

Southern Hemisphere

Species | Time | Location | Rarity | Sell price in bells

  • Emperor Butterfly | 5 PM-8 AM | Flying (flowers) | Rare | 4,000

As per the following information, it is clear that the Northern Hemisphere offers more options compared to the Southern Hemisphere. If the players miss the Emperor Butterfly, they’ll miss the 4,000 bells for sure. However, there are tons of bugs available in the Northern Hemisphere that can be caught. Players who rely on bells a lot, they should search in the Northern Hemisphere. Catching bugs and selling them for bells is a great source of income. However, if any player misses these bugs, they can try another month.

In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, bugs are not just the source of bells, but they can also be used at the Museum, gift for the villagers, and displayed at home. If any player attaches a unique species at the Museum, they can get an additional completion percentage for Critterpedia.

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Source: Animal Crossing New Horizons

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