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Insects not to be missed in May on Animal Crossing: New Horizons



Insects not to be missed in May on Animal Crossing: New Horizons


The arrival of Maylike every month, it means for Animal Crossing New Horizons new insects and new fish to catch. Not only that: it also means that there are some specimens that it is essential to find, because at the end of May they will go away and will not return for several months. So let’s go into the discovery of all the insects to be caught in May within Animal Crossing New Horizons! (The May fish guide can be found at this link instead)

Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ May Bugs

Let’s start with the list, which is divided into just arrived insects And insects expiring“. You can compare it with theEncyclopedia present on yours Nook Phone to understand which of these 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 dialogue line will say “Yup“,”Yay”Or something else on this tone before announcing the name of the species taken.

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Who has arrived

Purple Emperor Butterfly – The first insect on the list is a butterfly with a distinct purple color and considerable size, which you can find fluttering around, more often near flowers And bushesbetween 4 in the morning and 19 in the evening.

Queen Alexandra’s butterfly – This giant butterfly can be found around, always tending to be close to flowers And bushesbetween 8 in the morning and 16 in the afternoon.

Striped dragonfly – Let’s move quickly to dragonflies, with only one new specimen for this month. You can find it among the 8 in the morning and 17 in the afternoon.

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Gerride – Two water bugs enrich this month. The first is the Gerride, also known as the ‘water spider’. You can find it in the Ponds between 8 in the morning and 19 in the afternoon.

Dytiscus – Similar to the Giant water bug, the Dytiscus is the second aquatic insect of the month. You can find it in the Ponds and in Rivers between 8 in the morning and 7 in the afternoon.

Carabo Violin – Moving on to the insects you can find on stumps of felled trees (if you don’t have them around, just cut down a tree with theAx), we have the Carabo Violin. You can find it at any time of the day.

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Rosalia Batesi beetle – The second insect you can find on stumps of felled trees is the Rosalia Batesi Beetle, also known as Rosalia Alpina or ‘beech tree’. Even in his case you can find it at any time of the day.

Scorpio – We close the list with a very dangerous insect (actually an arachnid), namely the Scorpion. Like Wasps and Tarantulas, these beings can sting you and get you through a bad quarter of an hour. You can find them around among the 19 in the evening and at 4 of the morning.

Who goes away

Grillotalpa – The only insect that will go away by the end of May is the Grillotalpa. This elusive ‘little creature’ is underground, and you’ll have to bring it out by following the sound of its call and digging where the noise is loudest. At least you can find it at any time of the day.