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Check out this guide on June bugs (insects) in Animal Crossing: New Horizons Switch (ACNH). Use it to find out when and where new bugs appear in June!

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June - Bugs Which Appear in the Northern Hemisphere

Bugs You Can't Catch Next Month (July)

* Red borders indicate bugs that just became catchable in June

NameSell PriceTimeLocation
36 No. 36FireflyFirefly
(Very Common)
300N: June
S: Dec
7pm ~ 4am
Found flying midair
01 No. 1Common butterflyCommon butterfly
(Very Common)
160N: Sept ~ June
S: Mar ~ Dec
4am ~ 7pm
Found flying midair
02 No. 2Yellow butterflyYellow butterfly
(Very Common)
160N: Mar ~ June, Sept ~ Oct
S: Mar ~ Apr, Sept ~ Dec
4am ~ 7pm
Found flying midair
04 No. 4Peacock butterflyPeacock butterfly
(Uncommon)
2500N: Mar ~ June
S: Sept ~ Dec
4am ~ 7pm
Flowers
43 No. 43LadybugLadybug
(Very Common)
200N: Mar ~ June, Oct
S: Apr, Sept ~ Dec
8am ~ 5pm
Flowers
76 No. 76Pill bugPill bug
(Very Common)
250N: Sept ~ June
S: Mar ~ Dec
11pm ~ 4pm
Underneath rocks
77 No. 77CentipedeCentipede
(Common)
300N: Sept ~ June
S: Mar ~ Dec
4pm ~ 11am
Underneath rocks

Fireflies Only Appear In June

Fireflies are quite rare bugs since they only appear on the night of June. They spawn frequently during this season so make sure you catch them to fill the Critterpedia.

Bugs You Can Still Catch In July

* Red borders indicate bugs that just became catchable in June

NameSell PriceTimeLocation
09 No. 9Emperor butterflyEmperor butterfly
(Very Common)
4000N: June ~ Sept, Dec ~ Mar
S: June ~ Sept, Dec ~ Mar
5pm ~ 8am
Flowers
53 No. 53Drone beetleDrone beetle
(Very Common)
200N: June ~ Aug
S: Dec ~ Feb
All Day
Trees
54 No. 54Goliath beetleGoliath beetle
(Uncommon)
8000N: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
5pm ~ 8am
Palm Trees
58 No. 58Rainbow stagRainbow stag
(Common)
6000N: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
7pm ~ 8am
Trees
73 No. 73MosquitoMosquito
(Common)
130N: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
5pm ~ 4am
Found flying midair
03 No. 3Tiger butterflyTiger butterfly
(Very Common)
240N: Mar ~ Sept
S: Sept ~ Mar
4am ~ 7pm
Found flying midair
05 No. 5Common bluebottleCommon bluebottle
(Very Common)
300N: Apr ~ Aug
S: Oct ~ Feb
4am ~ 7pm
Found flying midair
06 No. 6Paper kite butterflyPaper kite butterfly
(Very Common)
1000N: All Year
S: All Year
8am ~ 7pm
Flowers
07 No. 7Great purple emperorGreat purple emperor
(Common)
3000N: May ~ Aug
S: Nov ~ Feb
4am ~ 7pm
Flowers
10 No. 10Agrias butterflyAgrias butterfly
(Common)
3000N: Apr ~ Sept
S: Oct ~ Mar
8am ~ 5pm
Flowers
11 No. 11Rajah brookeRajah brooke's birdwing
(Uncommon)
2500N: Dec ~ Feb, Apr ~ Sept
S: June ~ Aug, Oct ~ Mar
8am ~ 5pm
Flowers
12 No. 12Queen AlexandraQueen Alexandra's birdwing
(Uncommon)
4000N: May ~ Sept
S: Nov ~ Mar
8am ~ 4pm
Flowers
13 No. 13MothMoth
(Very Common)
130N: All Year
S: All Year
7pm ~ 4am
Buildings
14 No. 14Atlas mothAtlas moth
(Common)
3000N: Apr ~ Sept
S: Oct ~ Mar
7pm ~ 4am
Trees
15 No. 15Madagascan sunset mothMadagascan sunset moth
(Common)
2500N: Apr ~ Sept
S: Oct ~ Mar
8am ~ 4pm
Flowers
16 No. 16Long locustLong locust
(Very Common)
200N: Apr ~ Nov
S: Oct ~ May
8am ~ 7pm
On the ground
22 No. 22MantisMantis
(Very Common)
430N: Mar ~ Nov
S: Sept ~ May
8am ~ 5pm
Flowers
23 No. 23Orchid mantisOrchid mantis
(Common)
2400N: Mar ~ Nov
S: Sept ~ May
8am ~ 5pm
Flowers
24 No. 24HoneybeeHoneybee
(Very Common)
200N: Mar ~ July
S: Sept ~ Jan
8am ~ 5pm
Flowers
25 No. 25WaspWasp
(-)
2500N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
Trees
33 No. 33Darner dragonflyDarner dragonfly
(Very Common)
230N: Apr ~ Oct
S: Oct ~ Apr
8am ~ 5pm
Found flying midair
34 No. 34Banded dragonflyBanded dragonfly
(Common)
4500N: May ~ Oct
S: Nov ~ Apr
8am ~ 5pm
Found flying midair
38 No. 38PondskaterPondskater
(Very Common)
130N: May ~ Sept
S: Nov ~ Mar
8am ~ 7pm
Water's Surface
39 No. 39Diving beetleDiving beetle
(Common)
800N: May ~ Sept
S: Nov ~ Mar
8am ~ 7pm
Water's Surface
40 No. 40Giant water bugGiant water bug
(Very Common)
2000N: Apr ~ Sept
S: Oct ~ Mar
7pm ~ 8am
Water's Surface
41 No. 41StinkbugStinkbug
(Very Common)
120N: Mar ~ Oct
S: Sept ~ Apr
All Day
Flowers
42 No. 42Man-faced stink bugMan-faced stink bug
(Common)
1000N: Mar ~ Oct
S: Sept ~ Apr
7pm ~ 8am
Flowers
44 No. 44Tiger beetleTiger beetle
(Very Common)
1500N: Feb ~ Oct
S: Aug ~ Apr
All Day
On the ground
45 No. 45Jewel beetleJewel beetle
(Very Common)
2400N: Apr ~ Aug
S: Oct ~ Feb
All Day
Tree Stumps
46 No. 46Violin beetleViolin beetle
(Uncommon)
450N: May ~ June, Sept ~ Nov
S: Mar ~ May, Nov ~ Dec
All Day
Tree Stumps
47 No. 47Citrus long-horned beetleCitrus long-horned beetle
(Very Common)
350N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
Tree Stumps
48 No. 48Rosalia batesi beetleRosalia batesi beetle
(Uncommon)
3000N: May ~ Sept
S: Nov ~ Mar
All Day
Tree Stumps
68 No. 68BagwormBagworm
(-)
600N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
Trees
69 No. 69AntAnt
(-)
80N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
Rotten turnips
70 No. 70Hermit crabHermit crab
(Very Common)
1000N: All Year
S: All Year
7pm ~ 8am
Found at the beach
71 No. 71Wharf roachWharf roach
(Common)
200N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
Found on the rocky formations at the beach
72 No. 72FlyFly
(Uncommon)
60N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
Trash items
74 No. 74FleaFlea
(Uncommon)
70N: Apr ~ Nov
S: Oct ~ May
All Day
On villagers
75 No. 75SnailSnail
(Very Common)
250N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day (Rainy days only)
On rocks
78 No. 78SpiderSpider
(-)
600N: All Year
S: All Year
7pm ~ 8am
Trees
80 No. 80ScorpionScorpion
(Uncommon)
8000N: May ~ Oct
S: Nov ~ Apr
7pm ~ 4am
On the ground

June - Bugs Which Appear in the Southern Hemisphere

Bugs You Can Still Catch In July

* Red borders indicate bugs that just became catchable in June

NameSell PriceTimeLocation
09 No. 9Emperor butterflyEmperor butterfly
(Very Common)
4000N: June ~ Sept, Dec ~ Mar
S: June ~ Sept, Dec ~ Mar
5pm ~ 8am
Flowers
11 No. 11Rajah brookeRajah brooke's birdwing
(Uncommon)
2500N: Dec ~ Feb, Apr ~ Sept
S: June ~ Aug, Oct ~ Mar
8am ~ 5pm
Flowers
50 No. 50Dung beetleDung beetle
(Common)
3000N: Dec ~ Feb
S: June ~ Aug
All Day
Snowball
01 No. 1Common butterflyCommon butterfly
(Very Common)
160N: Sept ~ June
S: Mar ~ Dec
4am ~ 7pm
Found flying midair
06 No. 6Paper kite butterflyPaper kite butterfly
(Very Common)
1000N: All Year
S: All Year
8am ~ 7pm
Flowers
13 No. 13MothMoth
(Very Common)
130N: All Year
S: All Year
7pm ~ 4am
Buildings
25 No. 25WaspWasp
(-)
2500N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
Trees
35 No. 35DamselflyDamselfly
(Very Common)
500N: Nov ~ Feb
S: May ~ Aug
All Day
Found flying midair
37 No. 37Mole cricketMole cricket
(Uncommon)
500N: Nov ~ May
S: May ~ Nov
All Day
Dig up from the ground
47 No. 47Citrus long-horned beetleCitrus long-horned beetle
(Very Common)
350N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
Tree Stumps
68 No. 68BagwormBagworm
(-)
600N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
Trees
69 No. 69AntAnt
(-)
80N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
Rotten turnips
70 No. 70Hermit crabHermit crab
(Very Common)
1000N: All Year
S: All Year
7pm ~ 8am
Found at the beach
71 No. 71Wharf roachWharf roach
(Common)
200N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
Found on the rocky formations at the beach
72 No. 72FlyFly
(Uncommon)
60N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
Trash items
75 No. 75SnailSnail
(Very Common)
250N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day (Rainy days only)
On rocks
76 No. 76Pill bugPill bug
(Very Common)
250N: Sept ~ June
S: Mar ~ Dec
11pm ~ 4pm
Underneath rocks
77 No. 77CentipedeCentipede
(Common)
300N: Sept ~ June
S: Mar ~ Dec
4pm ~ 11am
Underneath rocks
78 No. 78SpiderSpider
(-)
600N: All Year
S: All Year
7pm ~ 8am
Trees

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Anonymous 3

i caught a rainbow stag today so i think that mightve been forgotten :)

Anonymous 2

The violin beetle is missig in the "can't catch next month" section of the northern hemisphere.

Anonymous 1

The emperor ****erfly is available from 5:00p.m. to 8:00a.m.

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