Animal Crossing: New Horizons – All the New Bugs in September Month

Animal Crossing: New Horizons has surprised gamers by introducing plenty of new bugs. September month is filled with challenges and new collections of bugs. Now that new bugs are part of the game, players are curious to catch them as soon as possible. Players will see new creatures spawning near their islands. It is necessary to fill the Critterpedia, but it is not completely possible without knowing the locations of creatures.

Both the Northern and Southern Hemisphere have different spawning of bugs. However, some of the bugs will be available in both areas. So here is the detailed guide of bugs and where to find them.

Northern Hemisphere

In the Northern Hemisphere total 9 bugs available:

Common Butterfly

Common butterflies are available between 4 AM to 7 PM anywhere on the island. These butterflies are in white and sell for a total of 160 bells.

Monarch Butterfly

Monarch Butterflies are usually available near flowers. Their available time is between 4 AM to 5 PM. Monarch butterflies are slightly less valuable and sell for only 140 bells.

Yellow Butterfly

Yellow Butterfly spawns anywhere on the island between 4 AM to 7 PM. Players can sell it for a total of 160 bells.

Cricket

It spawns on the ground between 5 PM to 8 AM, and they can be sold for a total of 130 bells.

Bell Cricket

As compared to normal cricket, Bell Cricket spawns in a wide area. They appear between 5 PM to 8 AM, and players can sell them for 430 bells.

Red Dragon

Red Dragon usually flies around the water. Their spawn timing is 8 AM to 7 PM. To make Red Dragon appear, players have to catch 50 birds first. Players can sell it for 180 bells.

Pill Bug

Pill Bug is in black pill design that is usually found under the rocks. It appears between 11 AM to 4 PM, and its spawn rate increases on rainy days. Players can sell it for a total of 250 bells.

Violin Beetle

Violin Beetle is the most expensive beetle in the Northern Hemisphere. It appears three times a day, and players can sell it for 450 bells.

Centipede

Centipede spawns all day, except rainy days. It usually appears under the rocks between 11 AM to 4 PM. Players can sell it for a total of 300 bells.

Southern Hemisphere

Similar to the Northern Hemisphere, the Southern Hemisphere also features 9 new bugs to register in Critterpedia.

Yellow Butterfly

Yellow Butterfly appears in both hemispheres. It usually appears between 4 AM to 7 PM anywhere on the island. Players can sell it for a total of 160 bells.

Peacock Butterfly

It’s a rare bug and appears in dark color. It usually flies around purple, blue flowers from 4 AM to 7 PM. It is highly valuable, and players can sell it for 2500 bells.

Tiger Butterfly

It spawns between 4 AM to 7 PM. Its body is yellow and blue. Players can sell this bug for 240 bells.

Mantis

It’s a common bug, yet its value is high. It appears close to the flowers between 8 AM to 5 PM. Players can see it for 430 bells.

Orchid Mantis

Orchid Mantis is a rare bug and appears in white. It spawns between 8 AM to 5 PM. Players can sell it for 2400 bells.

Stinking

Stinking is in green color, and it spawns on all flowers the whole day. The value of this bug is only 120 bells.

Honeybee

It appears between 8 AM to 5 PM. It sells for a total of 200 bells.

Man-Faced Stink Bug

It’s an uncommon bug that has the value of 1000 bells. It is available only between 7 PM to 8 AM on the flowers. Players must catch 20 bugs before this bug spawn.

Ladybug

It usually appears on the flowers between 8 AM to 5 PM. Players can sell it for a total of 200 bells.

Conclusion

The new update of Animal Crossing: New Horizons has brought a new excitement between the players. To get the bells, it is necessary to catch the highest valued bugs. Indeed, rare and uncommon bugs are hard to find, but checking at the right time and place can help a lot.

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