Bugs (ACCF)

An example of a bug; a Tarantula.

In Animal Crossing: City Folk, there are more then fifty bugs to collect. Players may catch them by using their net. You may either shake your Wiimote to swing your net or you may press A. After you catch a bug, you may donate to the Museum or sell it to Tom Nook.

[edit] New bugs?

There is a total of eight new bugs that were introduced in this game. They are marked with "(new)" beside them.

[edit] Bug List

Bug Name Price Location Time Months
Common Butterfly 90 Flying (Near flowers) 4am-7pm Mar-Sept
Yellow Butterfly 90 Flying (Near flowers) 8am-5pm Mar-Sept
Tiger Butterfly 160 Flying (Near red and pink flowers) 8am-5pm Mar-Jun
Peacock Butterfly 220 Flying (Near blue, black & violet flowers)<--hybrids 8am-5pm Mar-Sept
Monarch Butterfly 90 Flying (Near flowers) 8am-5pm Sept-Nov
Emperor Butterfly 2,500 Flying (Near flowers) 5pm-8am Jun-Sept
Agrias Butterfly 3000 Flying (Near flowers) 8am-5pm June-Sept
Raja Brooke (new) 2,500 Flying (Near flowers and water) 8am-5pm (May and July), 8am-7pm (June) May-July
Birdwing 3,000 Flying (Near flowers) 8am-5pm Jun-Sept
Moth 60 Near lights 7pm-4am May-Sept
Oak Silk Moth 1,200 On trees 7pm-4am Jun-Sept
Honeybee 100 Near flowers 8am-5pm Mar-Aug
Bee 4,500 In trees All Day All Year
Long Locust 200 In grass 8am-7pm Aug-Nov
Migratory Locust 600 In grass 8am-7pm Sep-Nov
Mantis 430 On flowers 8am-5pm Apr-Nov
Orchid Mantis 2,400 On flowers 8am-5pm Aug-Nov
Brown Cicada 200 On trees 8am-5pm Jul-Aug
Robust Cicada 300 On trees 8am-5pm Jul-Aug
Walker Cicada 400 On trees 8am-5pm Jul-Sept
Evening Cicada 550 On trees 4am-8am, 4pm-7pm July-Aug
Lantern Fly 1,800 On trees 4pm-7pm, 11pm-8am Jun-Sept
Red Dragonfly 80 Airborne anywhere 8am-7pm Sep-Oct
Darner Dragonfly 200 Airborne anywhere 8am-5pm Jun-Aug
Banded Dragonfly 4,500 Airborne anywhere 8am-5pm Jul-Aug
Giant Petaltail (new) 8,000 Airborne anywhere 4pm-7pm Aug-Oct
Ant 80 On Dropped Candy or Rotten Turnips All Day All Year
Pondskater 130 Main Pond/Holding Ponds 8am-7pm Jun-Sep
Diving Beetle (new) 800 Freshwater 8am-5pm May-Sept
Snail 250 On flowers All Day Apr-Sep
Cricket 130 In grass 5pm-8am Sept-Nov
Bell Cricket 430 In grass 5pm-8am Sep-Oct
Grasshopper 160 In grass 9am-4pm Jul-Sept
Mole Cricket 280 Underground All Day Nov-May
Walking Leaf (new) 600 On ground 4am-7pm Jul-Nov
Walkingstick 600 On trees 4am-7pm Jul-Nov
Bagworm 300 Hanging from trees 7pm-8am Winter
Ladybug 200 On Flowers 8am-5pm Mar-Jun, Oct
Violin Beetle 250 On Tree Stumps 4am-5pm Sept-Nov
Longhorn Beetle 260 On tree stumps 8am-5pm Jun-Aug
Dung Beetle 800 Near Snowballs 5pm-8am Dec-Feb
Firefly 300 Near fresh water 7pm-4am June
Fruit Beetle 100 On trees All day Jul-Sep
Scarab Beetle 6,000 On trees 11pm-8am Jul-Aug
Jewel Beetle 2,400 On trees 8am-5pm Jul-Aug
Miyama Stag (new) 1,000 On trees Jul-Aug All day
Saw Stag Beetle 2,000 On trees All Day Jul-Aug
Giant Beetle 10,000 On trees 1pm-8am Jul-Aug
Rainbow Stag 10,000 On trees 7pm-8am Jun-Sept
Cyclommatus (new) 8,000 On trees 11pm-8am Jul-Aug
Golden Stag (new) 12,000 On trees 11pm-4am Jul-Aug
Dynastid Beetle 1,350 On trees 7pm-8am Jul-Aug
Atlas Beetle 8,000 On palm trees 7pm-8am Jun-Aug
Elephant Beetle 8,000 On palm trees 7pm-8am Jul-Aug
Hercules Beetle 12,000 On palm trees 11pm-8am Jul-Aug
Goliath Beetle 6,000 On palm trees 7pm-8am Jun-Aug
Flea 70 On neighbors All Day Mar-Nov
Pill Bug 250 Under rocks All Day All Year
Mosquito 130 Airborne anywhere 5pm-4am Jun-Sep
Fly 60 On Rafflesias, Rotten Turnips or garbage All Day All Year
Centipede (new) 300 In rocks 8pm-4am Summer-Winter
Spider 300 In trees All Day Mar-Nov
Tarantula 8,000 On ground 7pm-4am Jun-Aug
Scorpion 8,000 On ground 7pm-4am Jul-Sept
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