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Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Every Bug & Fish Announced

November 5, 2012

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Nintendo of Japan have released the list of fish and bugs which will feature in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. You can see the list of bugs and fish below:

Bugs

Name Sell Price Rarity Location Month
Common Butterfly 90 Most Common Above Flowers March-June/September
Yellow Butterfly 90 Very Common Above Flowers March-June/September
Tiger Butterfly 160 Common Above Flowers March-September
Peacock Butterfly 220 Average Above Flowers March-September
Monarch Butterfly 140 Very Common Above Flowers September-November
Emperor Butterfly 2500 Rare Above Flowers June-September
Agrias Butterfly 3000 Rare Above Flowers June-September
Raja Brooke Butterfly 2500 Rare Above River/Pond May-September
Birdwing Butterfly 4000 Very Rare Above Flowers June-September
Moth 60 Most Common Outdoor Lights May-September
Oak Silk Moth 1200 Very Rare Tree Trunk June-September
Honeybee 100 Very Common Above Flowers March-July
Bee 2500 Rare Shake Trees All Year
Long Locust 200 Most Common On Ground May-November
Migratory Locust 600 Common On Ground August-November
Locust 400 Most Rare On Ground August-November
Mantis 430 Common On Flowers April-November
Orchid Mantis 2400 Rare On Flowers (White) April-November
Brown Cicada 200 Most Common On Tree Trunk July-August
Robust Cicada 300 Most Common On Tree Trunk July-August
Black Cicada 500 Most Common On Tree Trunk July-August
Walker Cicada 400 Most Common On Tree Trunk July-September
Evening Cicada 550 Most Common On Tree Trunk July-August
Cicada Skin 100 Most Common On Tree Trunk July-August
Lantern Fly 1800 Rare On Tree Trunk June-September
Red Dragonfly 80 Very Common Flying September-October
Darner Dragonfly 200 Common Flying June-August
Banded Dragonfly 4500 Average Flying July-August
Giant Petaltail 8000 Very Rare Flying August-October
Ant 80 Most Common Spoiled Food All Year
Pondskater 130 Very Common On River/Pond May-Spetmber
Diving Beetle 800 Common On River/Pond May-September
Stinkbug 120 Most Common On Tree Trunks April-October
Snail 250 Very Common On Hibiscus Bushes April-September
Cricket 130 Most Common On Ground September-November
Bell Cricket 430 Very Common On Ground September-October
Grasshopper 160 Very Common On Ground June-September
Mole Cricket 280 Average Underground November-May
Walking Leaf 600 Common On Ground July-September
Walking Stick 600 Average On Tree Trunk June-November
Bagworm 300 Very Common Shake Trees October-February
Ladybug 200 Very Common On Flowers March-June
Violin Beetle 260 Average On Tree Stumps June/September-November
Longhorn Beetle 260 Average On Tree Stumps June/August
Tiger Beetle 1500 Rare On Ground March/October
Dung Beetle 800 Rare On Snowballs December/February
Wharf Roach 200 Very Common Beach All Year
Hermit Crab 1000 Common Island Beach All Year
Firefly 300 Common Above Fresh Water June
Fruit Beetle 100 Very Common On Tree Trunk June/September
Scarab Beetle 6000 Very Rare On Tree Trunk June/August
Jewel Beetle 2400 Average On Tree Trunk June/August
Miyama Stag 1000 Average On Tree Trunk June/August
Saw Stag 2000 Rare On Tree Trunk June/August
Giant Stag 10000 Rare On Tree Trunk June/August
Rainbow Stag 10000 Very Rare On Tree Trunk June/September
Cyclommatus Stag 8000 Very Rare On Palm Trunks June/August
Golden Stag 12000 Most Rare On Palm Trunks June/August
Horned Dynastid 1350 Average On Tree Trunk June/August
Horned Atlas 8000 Very Rare On Palm Trunks June/August
Horned Elephant 8000 Rare On Palm Trunks June/August
Horned Hercules 12000 Most Rare On Palm Trunks June/August
Goliath Beetle 6000 Very Rare OnPalm Trunks June/September
Flea 70 Most Common On Villager March/November
Pillbug 250 Most Common Hit Rocks All Year
Mosquito 130 Most Common Flying June/September
Fly 60 Most Common Spoiled Food All Year
House Centipede 250 Very Common Hit Rocks August/October
Centipede 300 Average Hit Rocks June/February
Spider 300 Common Shake Trees March/August – October
Tarantula 8000 Rare On Ground June/August
Scorpion 8000 Rare On Ground July/September

Fish

• Angelfish
• Arapaima
• Arowana
• Barbel Steed
• Barred Knifejaw
• Bitterling
• Black Bass
• Blowfish
• Blue Marlin
• Bluegill
• Butterflyfish
• Carp
• Catfish
• Char
• Cherry Salmon
• Chinese Mitten Crab
• Clownfish
• Coelacanth
• Crawfish
• Crucian Carp
• Dab
• Dace
• Dorado
• Eel
• Football Fish
• Freshwater Goby
• Frog
• Gar
• Giant Snakehead
• Giant Trevally
• Goldfish
• Guppy
• Hammerhead Shark
• Horse Mackerel
• Killifish
• King Salmon
• Koi
• Loach
• Moray Eel
• Napoleonfish
• Neon Tetra
• Oarfish
• Ocean Sunfish
• Olive Flounder
• Pale Chub
• Pike
• Piranha
• Pond Smelt
• Popeyed Goldfish
• Puffer Fish
• Rainbow Trout
• Ray
• Red Snapper
• Saddled bichir
• Salmon
• Sawshark
• Sea Bass
• Sea Butterfly
• Seahorse
• Shark
• Soft Shelled Turtle
• Squid
• Stringfish
• Surgeonfish
• Sweetfish
• Tadpoles
• Tuna
• Whale Shark
• Yellow Perch
• Zebra Turkeyfish

Nintendo also announced which creatures could be obtained by diving in the ocean:

Diving

• Abalone
• Barnacle
• Common Orient Clam
• Horned Turban
• Horsehair Crab
• Horseshoe crab
• Japanese Spider Crab
• Japanese Tiger Shrimp
• Lobster
• Mantis Shrimp
• Nautilus
• Nudibranch
• Octopus
• Oyster
• Pearl Oyster
• Pink Shrimp
• Red King Crab
• Rock Lobster
• Scallops
• Sea Anemone
• Sea grapes
• Sea Slug
• Sea Urchin
• Snow Crab
• Spotted Garden Eel
• Starfish
• Wakame

(Ran Translation)

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