Raja Brooke

Raja Brooke
Raja Brooke.png
Scientific NameTrogonoptera brookiana
AppearancesAnimal Crossing: City Folk
LocationNear Freshwater
Date AvailabilityMay to July
Time Availability8am to 5pm (May)

8am to 7pm (June)

8am to 5pm (July)
Sales Price2,500 Bells
Cage Size1x1
Real LifeReal life raja brooke.jpg

The Raja Brooke is a rare butterfly that was first introduced in Animal Crossing: City Folk

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[edit] How to Catch

Raja Brooke's are strange in the fact that they are attracted to freshwater and not flowers however this makes them tricky to catch as they will fly from one side of the water to the next. They are also quite fast so they have a possibility of escaping. If you wait till it get near the edge of the water and swing your net then you have a good chance of catching it.

[edit] Player

When the player catches the Raja Brooke, they will say this:

[edit] Animal Crossing: City Folk

I caught a Raja Brooke butterfly! What a cute red collar!

[edit] Menu

This is what the menu will say when you catch a Raja Brooke:

[edit] Animal Crossing: City Folk

"Flashing black wings with bright green markings make it say to identify."

[edit] Museum

Blather will say this when you donate the Raja Brooke:

[edit] Animal Crossing: City Folk

"I must say, I'm quite impressed with your ability to catch such an impressive butterfly... The Raja Brooke butterfly, I must tell you, is one of the larger tiger butterflies. Naturally, its antennae and proboscis also rank as some of the largest around. Be not proud, vile beast! Your cute red collar and fancy name do not fool Blathers!"

[edit] Trivia

  • Alternatly Raja Brooke can be spelt " Rajah Brooke" and because of this it is commonly thought that Animal Crossing have made a spelling error, however both spellings are accepted.
  • The Raja Brooke is 140mm in size.

[edit] Real Life

It's black and green markings are only present in males of the species, as females have white markings. However both have the distinctive red collar. It was named by Alfred R. Wallace in 1855. It can be found in the rain forests of Borneo and Malaysia, and is the national butterfly of Malaysia.

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Last edited by Aurigae on 12 July 2012 at 08:26
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