March 24, 2020 3:30 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Hey all! Trying to find every critter in Animal Crossing: New Horizons can be a task in itself. There are so many to catch and some only appear at certain times of the day and year. We have compiled some of the critters that can be found in the game into our very own Animal Crossing: New Horizons Critterpedia Bug Guide. (For anyone looking for fish, you will find them in our ACNH Critterpedia Fish Guide here).

We have listed and named all fish in rows of 10. There is then a gallery of thumbnails for each fish that will give you the time and season that they can be found. Click on the thumbnail to enlarge.

NOTE: It is a work in progress at the moment but with your help, we can make this the complete compendium. We will also credit those who contribute at the bottom of the page and what they contributed.

1- Common Butterfly – Sept – June (4am-7pm)
2- Yellow Butterfly –
Mar – June / Sept-Oct (4am-7pm)
3- Tiger Butterfly – 
Mar – Sept (4am-7pm)
4- Peacock Butterfly – Mar – June (4am-7pm)
5- Common Bluebottle – Apr – Aug (4am-7pm)
6- Paper Kite Butterfly – Jan – Dec (8am-7pm)
7- Great Purple Emperor – May – Aug (4am-7pm)
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9- Emperor Butterfly – Dec – Mar / June-Sept (5pm-8am)
10- Agria Butterfly – Apr – Sept (8am-5pm)

 

11- Raja Brooke’s Birdwing – Dec – Feb / Apr – Sept (8am-5pm)
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13- Moth – Jan – Dec (7pm-4am)
14- Atlas Moth – Apr – Sept (7pm-4am)
15- Madagascan Sunset Moth – Apr – Sept (8am-4pm)
16- Long Locust – Apr – Nov (8am-7pm)
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20- Cricket – Sept – Nov

 

21- Bell Cricket – Sept – Oct
22- Mantis – Mar – Nov (8am-5pm)
23- Orchid Mantis – Mar – Nov (8am-5pm)
24- Honeybee – Mar – July (8am -5pm)
25- Wasp – Jan – Dec- (12am-12am)
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32- Red Dragonfly – Sept – Oct
33- Darner Dragonfly – Apr – Oct (8am-5pm)
34- Banded Dragonfly – May – Oct (8am-5pm)
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37- Mole Cricket – Nov – May (12am-12am)
38- Pondskater – May – Sept (8am-7pm)
39- Diving Beetle – May – Sept
40- Giant Water Bug – Apr – Sept (7pm-8am)

 

41- Stinkbug – Mar – Oct (12am-12am)
42- Man-Faced Stink Bug – Mar – Oct (7pm-8am)
43- Ladybug – Mar – June / Oct (8am-5pm)
44- Tiger Beetle – Feb – Oct (12am-12am)
45- Jewel Beetle –  Apr – Aug (12am-12am)
46- Violin Beetle – May – Nov (12am-12am)
47- Citrus Long-Horned Beetle – Jan – Dec (12am-12am)
48- Rosalia Batesi Beetle – May – Sept (12am-12)
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51- Earth-boring Dung Beetle – July – Sept (12am-12am) Tree
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53- Drone Beetle – June – Aug (12am-12am) Tree
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68- Bagworm – Jan – Dec (12am-12am)
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70- Hermit Crab – Jan – Dec (7pm-8am)

 

71- Wharf Roach – Jan – Dec (12am-12am)
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73- Mosquito – June – Sept (5pm-4am)
74- Flea – April – Nov (12am-12am)
75- Snail – Jan – Dec (12am-12am)
76- Pill Bug – Sept – June (11pm-4pm)
77- Centipede – Sept – June (4pm-11pm)
78- Spider – Jan – Dec (7pm-8am)
79- Tarantula – Nov – Apr (7pm-4am)
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