Guide: Bugs, Fish And Sea Creatures Arriving In September For Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Guide: Bugs, Fish And Sea Creatures Arriving In September For Animal Crossing: New Horizons

The month of September is fast upon us, bringing with it a number of new bugs, fish and sea creatures to catch in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

For the Northern Hemisphere, players will get the chance to add the King Salmon, Monarch Butterfly, and more to their collections in the game. For the Southern Hemisphere, notable new arrivals include the Orchid Mantis and the Spider Crab.

You can find the full list of new critters arriving in September for both hemispheres in the tables below:

Northern Hemisphere

Bugs

NameLocationTiming
Common butterflyFlying4am – 7pm
Yellow butterflyFlying4am – 7pm
Monarch butterflyFlying4am – 5pm
CricketOn the ground5pm – 8am
Bell cricketOn the ground5pm – 8am
Red dragonflyFlying8am – 7pm
Violin beetleOn tree stumpsAll day
Pill bugHitting rocks11pm – 4pm
CentipedeHitting rocks4pm – 11pm

Fish

NameLocationTiming
PikeRiverAll day
Cherry salmonRiver (Clifftop) Pond4pm – 9am
CharRiver (Clifftop) Pond4pm – 9am
Golden troutRiver (Clifftop)4pm – 9am
SalmonRiver (Mouth)All day
King salmonRiver (Mouth)All day
Mitten crabRiver4pm – 9am
SturgeonRiver (Mouth)All day

Sea Creatures

NameSwimming SpeedTiming
Chambered nautilusSlow4pm – 9am
Turban shellSlowAll day
OysterModerate short lungesAll day
Umbrella octopusQuick short lungesAll day
Sweet shrimpSlow4pm – 9am

Southern Hemisphere

Bugs

NameLocationTiming
Yellow butterflyFlying4am – 7pm
Tiger butterflyFlying4am – 7pm
Peacock butterflyFlying by hybrid flowers4am – 7pm
MantisOn flowers8am – 5pm
Orchid mantisOn white flowers8am – 5pm
HoneybeeFlying8am – 5pm
StinkbugOn flowersAll day
Man-faced stink bugOn flowers7pm – 8am
LadybugOn flowers8am – 5pm

Fish

NameLocationTiming
TadpolePondAll day
LoachRiverAll day
Cherry salmonRiver (Clifftop) Pond4pm – 9am
CharRiver (Clifftop) Pond4pm – 9am
Golden troutRiver (Clifftop)4pm – 9am
Barred knifejawSeaAll day

Sea Creatures

NameSwimming SpeedTiming
Chambered nautilusSlow4pm – 9am
Turban shellSlowAll day
Spider crabQuickAll day
Firefly squidSlowAll day
Umbrella octopusQuick short lungesAll day
Chambered nautilusSlow4pm – 9am

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