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Region Exclusive Pokemon List

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Region Exclusive Pokemon List

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Know which specific Pokemon show up where in this Pokemon GO guide and list! Learn more about exclusive Pokemon that spawn in your & other regions!

Pokemon GO Region Specific Pokemon List
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Latest Region Exclusive Pokemon Info

New Regional Exclusive Pokemon From Sinnoh Region

The new Pokemon GO update has included the 4th Generation of Pokemon from the Sinnoh region! The Pokemon listed below are those that are currently region exclusives.

Solrock & Lunatone Switch Places

Solrock and Lunatone have currently switched spawn locations. Solrock now spawns in the Europe, Asia, & Australia regions while Lunatone appears in the Americas and Africa.

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Tropius & Illumise Have Been Added To Game

Pokemon GO Region Specific Pokemon List

Tropius & Illumise have been added to Pokemon GO as region-exclusive Pokemon from the 3rd generation! Tropius can be caught in Africa while Illumise can be spotted in the Americas.

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Volbeat Is Also Region-Exclusive Pokemon

Pokemon GO Region Specific Pokemon List

Volbeat has also been added as a region-specific Pokemon alongside Tropius and Illumise. It can be found in Europe, Asia, and Australia!

Check Out Volbeat Here!

All Region Exclusive Pokemon List

Pokemon Pokedex Number Region / Country
FarfetchFarfetch'd 83 - Japan
Kangaskhan IconKangaskhan 115 - Australia
Mr. Mime IconMr. Mime 122 - Europe
Tauros IconTauros 122 - North America
Heracross IconHeracross 214 - South America
- Mexico
Corsola IconCorsola 222 - Coastal, coast-adjacent areas near the Equator
Seviper IconSeviper 336 - North & South America
- Africa
*Alternates regions with Zangoose
Zangoose IconZangoose 336 - Asia
- Australia
- Europe
*Alternates regions with Seviper
Relicanth IconRelicanth 369 - Fiji
- New Zealand
- Vanuatu
Torkoal IconTorkoal 324 - South East Asia (Singapore)
- West Asia (India, Nepal, Pakistan)
Lunatone IconLunatone 337 - North & South America
- Mexico
*Alternates regions with Solrock
Solrock IconSolrock 338 - Europe
- Asia
- Australia
*Alternates regions with Solrock
Volbeat IconVolbeat 313 - Europe
- Asia
- Australia
Illumise IconIllumise 314 - North & South America
- Africa
Tropius IconTropius 357 - Africa
Pachirisu IconPachirisu 417 - Canada
Chatot IconChatot 441 - Southern Hemisphere (Indonesia)
Carnivine IconCarnivine 455 - Southeast United States (Florida)

How To Catch Regional Pokemon

Travel & Catch Pokemon In Other Regions

One of the best ways to capture region exclusive Pokemon is to travel and look for Pokemon in other regions! If you have the opportunity to travel, don't forget to search for region-specific Pokemon.

Wait For Worldwide Events

Pokemon GO Region Specific Pokemon List

Some worldwide events in Pokemon GO have region-specific Pokemon like Kangaskhan and Mr. Mime spawn during the event's duration. Be sure to wait for these events for a chance to capture these Pokemon.

Pokemon Sometimes Switch Spawn Locations

Pokemon GO Region Specific Pokemon List

Other region-exclusive Pokemon like Seviper and Zangoose switch their spawn locations. There is no specific time or announcement but player can expect that some regional Pokemon can shuffle their spawn locations.

Solrock & Lunatone Have Switched Regions

Pokemon GO Region Specific Pokemon List

Currently Solrock and Lunatone have switched their regional spawn locations. It is expected that these Pokemon may not return to their original spawn locations for a while.

Find Plusle & Minun Around The World

Pokemon GO Region Specific Pokemon List

Plusle and Minun were originally regional Pokemon during the release of the 3rd generation. They can now be found all around the world. This can also happen to current region-exclusive Pokemon!

Don't Hatch From Eggs

Region-specific Pokemon don't hatch from any sort of eggs in Pokemon GO. It's best to visit the regions where these Pokemon spawn to be able to catch them.

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