Insects not to be missed in July in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

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  • Animal Crossing: New Horizons July bugs
  • Newly arrived insects – Cicadas
  • Newly Arrived Insects – Beetles, Beetles and Others
  • Insects about to expire

The arrival of July that means for Animal crossing new horizons new insects and new fish to catch. Not only that: it also means that there are specimens that are essential to find, because at the end of July they will leave and not return for several months. So let’s go discover all the insects to catch in July in Animal Crossing New Horizons! (The July fish guide can be found at this link instead).

Animal Crossing: New Horizons July bugs

Let's start with the list, which is divided into the insects have just arrived And insects expiring“. You can compare it with theEncyclopedia present on yours Telephone corner understand which ones are still missing from your collection (and that of the museum of Blatero). For when you go hunting, we remind you that when the captured creature is new the dialog line will say “ Yeah« , « Yay» Or something else in this tone before announcing the name of the species taken.

Newly arrived insects – Cicadas

  • Brown cicada – A constant this month are the cicadas. The first, the brown cicada, is found attached to trees give him 8am until 5 p.m..
  • cicada exuvia – Although not actually a living thing, even the pack of cicadas can be captured and donated to the museum. You found it all day attached on the trees.
  • Cicada Evening – Another cicada, then attacked at the trunk of the treeshowever characterized by particular eras: it is in fact 4 a.m. until 8am and of 4 p.m. until 7 p.m..
    • Giant cicada – This giant cicada is found on the tree trunk between hours 8am and the 5 p.m.
  • Robusta Cicada – As the last cicada we find the robust cicada, which you can always find on tree trunk Since 8am has 5 p.m.
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Newly Arrived Insects – Beetles, Beetles and Others

  • Schoenherr beetle – It's not just cicadas that attach themselves to trees: this beetle is an example, the first in a long series. We find in particular this insect all day mainly on Palm trees.
  • Kite – Another insect attached to the tree trunkbetween hours 5 p.m. and the 8am.
  • Geotrupids – This multi-colored insect is one of the few on this list that does not live attached to trees. You can actually find it all day walk on the ground.
  • Giraffe beetle – This gigantic beetle is found on the tree trunk give him 5 p.m. until 8am
  • Giant beetle – To catch this beetle you will have to play late at night (or wake up quite early): it can be found on the trunks of trees between hours. 11 p.m. and the 8am.
  • Golden Beetle – This expensive insect is found on the tree trunk between hours 5 p.m. and hours 8am.
  • Grasshopper – Another exception to the trend of insects on trees is the grasshopper, which is found hopping Earth between hours 8am and the 5 p.m..
  • Atlas beetle – This strange insect is found between the hours 5 p.m. and the 8am on tree trunks.
  • Kabutomushi Beetle – This strangely named insect is found between the hours 5 p.m. and the 8am on tree trunks.
  • Elephant beetle – This gigantic insect stands between the hours 5 p.m. and the 8am on tree trunks.
  • Hercules beetle- This gigantic insect stands between the hours 5 p.m. and the 8am on tree trunks.
  • Lucanid beetle- This insect is found all dayon tree trunks.
  • Stag beetle This insect is found all dayon tree trunks.
  • Beetle – This little insect is found between the hours 23 p.m. and the 8am on tree trunks.
  • Leaf insect – This mimetic insect is found all day on the ground under the trees.
  • Stick insect – This branchy insect is found among the 4 a.m. and the 8am and between 5 p.m. and the 7 p.m. resting on the tree trunk.
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Insects about to expire

  • Worker bee – The only insect leaving this month is the worker bee, which you can find at float on the flowers between hours 8am and the 5 p.m..