Animal Crossing: New Horizons bugs and fish leaving in February

February is nearly over, which suggests among the critters in Animal Crossing: New Horizons are going to fade.

To assist ensure you seize what you may earlier than they disappear, we’ve put collectively an inventory of issues to seek out and fill out the the Museum.

Whereas of us who time journey don’t have as a lot to fret about on the subject of catching this number of bugs, folks enjoying by the day is not going to wish to wait months to proceed their assortment.

For fish, we advocate utilizing bait, crafted utilizing the manila clams you could dig up on the seaside, to shortly spawn fish within the desired location. Merely make the bait at your crafting desk and toss it into the water out of your stock.

The Southern Hemisphere is shedding a ton of critters, together with cicadas and almost all of the unique beetles. The Northern Hemisphere isn’t saying goodbye to a lot, among the sea creatures that may solely be caught by diving are leaving.

Fish and bugs leaving Animal Crossing: New Horizons after February (Northern Hemisphere)

Critter Kind Title Location Measurement Time
Critter Kind Title Location Measurement Time
Bug Raja Brooke’s Birdwing Flying by purple flowers N/A eight a.m. – 5 p.m.
Bug Damselfly Flying N/A All day
Bug Dung Beetle Pushing snowballs N/A All day
Fish Pond Smelt River Small All day
Fish Blowfish Sea Medium 9 p.m. – four a.m.
Sea creature Sea pig Ocean diving N/A four p.m. – 9 a .m.
Sea creature Oyster Ocean diving N/A All day
Sea creature Candy shrimp Ocean diving N/A four p.m. – 9 a.m.
Sea creature Venus’ flower basket Ocean diving N/A All day

Fish and bugs leaving Animal Crossing: New Horizons after February (Southern Hemisphere)

Critter Kind Title Location Measurement Time
Critter Kind Title Location Measurement Time
Bug Frequent Bluebottle Flying N/A four a.m. – 7 p.m.
Bug Nice Purple Emperor Flying N/A four a.m. – 7 p.m.
Bug Brown Cicada On bushes N/A eight a.m. – 5 p.m.
Bug Sturdy Cicada On bushes N/A eight a.m. – 5 p.m.
Bug Big Cicada On bushes N/A eight a.m. – 5 p.m.
Bug Night Cicada On bushes N/A four a.m. – eight a.m., four p.m. – 7 p.m.
Bug Cicada Shell On bushes N/A All day
Bug Jewel Beetle On tree stumps N/A All day
Bug Blue Weevil Beetle On coconut bushes N/A All day
Bug Scarab Beetle On bushes N/A 11 p.m. – eight a.m.
Bug Drone Beetle On bushes N/A All day
Bug Noticed Stag On bushes N/A All day
Bug Miyama Stag On bushes N/A All day
Bug Big Stag On bushes N/A 11 p.m. – eight a.m.
Bug Cyclommatus Stag On coconut bushes N/A 5 p.m. – eight a.m.
Bug Golden Stag On coconut bushes N/A 5 p.m. – eight a.m.
Bug Giraffe Stag On coconut bushes N/A 5 p.m. – eight a.m.
Bug Horned Dynastid On bushes N/A 5 p.m. – eight a.m.
Bug Horned Atlas On coconut bushes N/A 5 p.m. – eight a.m.
Bug Horned Elephant On coconut bushes N/A 5 p.m. – eight a.m.
Bug Horned Herucles On coconut bushes N/A 5 p.m. – eight a.m.
Bug Strolling Leaf Close to bushes, disguised as furnishings leaf N/A All day
Fish Killifish Pond Smallest All day
Fish Frog Pond Small All day
Fish Big Snakehead Pond X Giant 9 a.m. – four p.m.
Fish Napoleonfish Sea Largest four a.m. – 9 p.m.
Fish Squid Sea Medium All day
Sea creature Vampire squid Ocean diving N/A four p.m. – 9 a.m.

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