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I've read that some people say it's better to cut down the tree's in the center of the island for farming beetles. Would you agree or would you say the best is to leave them there and get the beetles from there too.
You can't replant those, and you need em if you want to nab the scarab (6K), rainbow stag (10K), and giant stag (10K) occasionally. This involves running through the center to scare away the cheaper beetles that spawn though.
Just a couple spawn points, not like you aren't already dealing with a ton of tiger beetles and wharf roaches hogging the bug spawn quota.
This is a great question, as I've heard the same. Basically the middle trees farm less expensive beetles, where the palms offer big Bell sellers. The idea is to cut down the trees in the middle so they won't farm cheap beetles. I have no problem catching the beetles from the middle trees. I haven't altered my island in any way. It's the same as the first day I visited, with the exception of picking up bananas to plant in my town. It's honestly just preference. I feel that any beetle is worth some good Bells. Yes, the ones spawning on the palms are worth more, but meh. :)
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