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Bug Catching Guide by minimang123.
Please credit me when quoting guide.

Table of contents:
(1): Introduction / Version Information
(2): Legal Information
(3): Individualized bug catching help.
(3-a): Butterflies
(3-b): Flying Around Bugs
(3-c): Stationary Bugs
(3-d): Bees
(3-e): Tarantulas / Scorpions
(3-f): Other bugs
(4-a): Checklist
(4-b): Bug Calander
(5): Meaningless Bug Information
(5-a): Catching all the bugs
(6): Contact Information
(7): Credits

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(1): Introduction
Hello! My name is minimang, so please call me that! I originally thought to 
make a bug FAQ just for the lulz, but now that I have all the bugs, I just
realized how helpful this can be! There are some little things I will change
later on, but if you see a mistake, please email me!
BIG POINTER: The Prima Guide is off on their bug times during the day by just
a little bit, so don't trust it completely.

Version Information
V1.0: Made FAQ, will probably include all inconsequential information 
for bugs later, that you can find on the bugs.

V1.1: Fixed formatting issues

V1.2: Added some Tarantula and Scorpion help, also some bee help.

V2.0: Added Meaningless Bug Information

V2.1: Added missing information; Bees, Bagworms, Birdwings, Petaltails,
and Golden Stags.

V2.2: Added some Coconut bug info... and fixed golden stag location.
Also added giant petaltail help.

V2.3: Added some more bee help, and what happens once you catch all the bugs.
Editted introduction.

V3.0: Added new ASCII, changed "bug catching help" to "individualized bug
help." Ate a grilled cheese. Twas tasty.
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(2): Legal Information
This entire FAQ is the work of minimang123, and copyrighted as such. Do not 
steal my work, ok? It’s plagiarism, copyright infringement, and can get you 
sued. Just credit me when you copy this, ok then? Happy with that? Good.
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(3):Individualized Bug Catching Help
There are multiple places for bugs to be. On flowers, On rotten turnips, 
Flying Around, Near Flowers, Hopping on the ground, On Trees, 
on Coconut Trees, Near Lights, Near Garbage, In Trees, etc.
The trick for all stationary bugs is sneaking. 

Once you get a bug, as long as it’s your first time catching it, 
I strongly suggest donating it to your museum. Once you go for your museum,
 looking back at your selling the super-rare bug for 10,000 bells would’ve 
been a terrible mistake, as you may never find the bug again.

As long as you are going slower than walk speed (holding down any direction
on the nunchuk, not running), you will mostly not scare the bugs away. Oak 
Silk Moths are notorious for running away when you aren’t even close to them.

All bugs can be found online except for Bees, Tarantulas, and Scorpions.
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(3-a): Butterflies

There are 10 butterflies in this game. Common, Yellow, Tiger, Peacock, 
Monarch, Emporer, Agrias, Raja Brooke, Birdwing, Moth.

Most butterflies can easily be found in June, as that's when they are mostly
available. Monarchs are actually in fall, so stay away from those scary 
butterflies. I don't want you hanging around things that are different.

Most butterflies are found near flowers, the more flowers you have, the more
butterflies there are, and thus, a higher chance for rarity. You and a friend
may both just put all your flowers in one of your towns, and then there will
be an insane chance for new butterflies. You can then wait until both of you
get what you need. 

For Commons, Yellows, and Tigers, go to June, and you'll most likely see one
right as you log in. They're very common. Agriases, Raja Brookes, and
Birdwings are all slightly rarer, but still, the more flowers you have, the
easier it will be to find them. Birwings are very rare, but huge, so it is
very easy to tell once you see one.

For Peacocks, you must make hybrid flowers, and to make hybrids, you must put
two flowers of a kind (2 tulips, 2 cosmos, etc), and the next day you go in,
you may just see another freaky colored flower, and that is a hybrid. You may
just find a peacock near it.

Emporer butterflies can be found late at night, and they are not THAT rare.
Moths are found in the evening/night near outdoor lights, such as near town
hall or a house. They will be trolling around there, so they are common.
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(3-b): Flying around bugs

There are 4 dragonflies in this game. Red, Darner, Banded, and Giant
Petaltails. There are 4 others: Flies, Mosquitos, Honeybees, and Fireflies.

Red Dragonflies you can easily find flying around in September, Darners you
can easily find any time in the summer, along with Banded that are slightly
rarer. Banded dragonflies fly quickly, and you must chase them down, and trap
them next to a wall, or by a house, or a tree, or a sign, and whenever they
hit the object, and stop for a split second, you can catch them.

Giant Petaltails can be found flying around in late summer or early fall.
They are huge, rarer than banded dragonflies, and move at about the same rate.
Good luck finding one, it takes a long time. They can also only be found in
the evening, so good luck again. I found one when others were at my town, and
the trick to making your friends not go after the good bugs is threats and 
blackmail... I mean... asking kindly.

Flies can be seen flying near trash found from the river, that you drop, such
as Cans, Boots, and Tires. Mosquitos are small, and hard to spot, but when you
do, they move slow, and are thusly easy to catch. Honeybees can be seen near
flowers, going slow like Mosquitos. Fireflies can be seen near freshwater in
June, and they really stand out. Seriously.
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(3-c): Stationary Bugs

Tree Bugs are Oak Silk Moths, Lantern Flies, Brown Cicadas, Walker Cicadas,
Evening Cicadas, Walking Sticks, Fruit Beetles, Scarab Beetles, Jewel Beetles,
Miyama Stags, Saw Stags, Giant Beetles, Rainbow Stags, Dynastids. 14 bugs.

Coconut Tree bugs are the Cyclommatus, Golden Stags, Atlas Beetles, Elephant
Beetles, Hercules Beetles, and Goliath beetles. 6 bugs.

Mantises, Orchid Mantises, Snails, and Ladybugs are all found on flowers, 4.

Bagworms and Spiders are found in trees. 2 bugs.

All these bugs have one simple strategy. Sneaking. If you jam any direction on
the nunchuk, without pressing the running button, you will be going at full-on
walking speed, and that will scare most rare bugs away. Just barely hold to 
the joystick, and you will be sneaking. This is how you can approach and swing
at every single rare bug. If you can catch an Oak Silk Moth from all ways with
relative ease, then you will be fairly good.

All of these can be found in the Summer. They are not that hard to find, but
the coconut tree bugs are rarer and more expensive. The bigger the selling 
price, generally the higher the rarity.

Mantises and Orchid Mantises can be found on flowers in summer and fall, but
orchids can only be found on white flowers. Ladybugs can be found in mostly
June, on normal flowers. Snails can be found in the summer, but only when it
is raining. They are easy to find, and with all flower bugs, treat them like
tree bugs. 

When randomly shaking trees, a bagworm may fall out and just be haning off the
side of the tree, just swing at them, and you'll catch them, in the winter 
only, though. Spiders can be found the same way, but in the summer. Rare, but
very easy to catch.
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(3-d): Bees

What I found out about bees, after a long time trying to catch them, is that
once you shake them out of a tree, available all year, the trick is to 
constantly change your tool using the directional pad. Once the hive falls,
keep changing your tool, and you will be invincible. Once you get the net out,
and the bees are swarming in front of you (they will slowly circle you when
you are invincible), swing your net, and you will most likely catch one. This
is how I caught mine, and it was my last bug to find. Try try again if you
mess up, they are not exactly hard to find... also, shaking fruit trees just
puts junk around your town, don't bother.

Here's a method by MikanPachi
Basicly I found a method of catching bees that slightly increases chances of
catching them. What You should do is have you'r bug net set so you can quickly
equip in from pressing left or right. (Make sure it's set so it's the first
thing you equip when you press the button) Now before you shake a tree, make
sure you are on the left or right side of it and when you shake it and see the
hive fall, quickly equip your net. Now the final part requires fast timing and
luck, but start hitting the side of the tree as fast as you can (make sure
you're directly next to it and facing it) and if you can get 2 or 3 swings in,
you might end up catching the bee. I'm still testing this technique, but so
far out of 6 times trying this method I've caught a total of 2 bees. (twice
I didn't hit the tree, and twice the bees stung without giving me a chance
to swing) It has better chances to hit the bees then swinging randomly because
I noticed the bees don't sting as you're in the middle of a swing and they
buzz around you when you are and if you time it right, you'll swing when they
are between you and the tree and catch them. Try it out and see.
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(3-e): Tarantulas / Scorpions

These 2 bugs can be found mostly late August night / early August morning,
lurking around. They will sting you if they see you. They will chase you if 
you have your net out. Good luck.

Running around my town, I have seen a lot of tarantulas and scorpions, and I
have found a couple more strategies and pieces of useful information. First
off, if you do not have a net out, and you see one, they will run away from
you. Unfortunately, if you take a net out, then while the net is loading, the
Scorpion / Tarantula will sting you, so I suggest going away to take out your
net, and it will be hard afterwards.

Secondly, the best strategy that I have found is thus: when you
see one of these bugs, but they do not see you, and you have a net out...
charge towards them (use B or Z to run), and swing your net at them. You
will, most likely catch them. Just charge, then swing. You will not have to
run, and they will not have a chance to attack you. It seems worthless...
but it works.

A strategy for just Scorpions, if you do not have your net out, and you see a
scorpion, start digging holes with your shovel, and make a little "U" shape,
then lead the scorpion into the "U", close it up to make an O with it inside,
then take out your net, and try to swing and get it... it probably will not
make it to the scorpion, and you may have to fill in a corner, leaving the bug
trapped inside still, and then hit it diagonally, viola, a scorpion.

Tarantulas can jump over tree stumps and holes.. and signs... so they require
a bit more skill to catch... perhaps your should get them trapped in a doorway
or somewhere, and then go at about a parallel, and let them slowly slip out...
and then go in for the kill!...

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(3-f): Other Bugs

Long Locusts, Migratory Locusts, Crickets, Bell Crickets, and Grasshoppers can
all be found hopping around the ground at their set times. 5 bugs, not hard to
find or catch.

Walking Leaves can be seen on the ground in the summer, in the daytime, and
they look like furniture that you drop outside. Once you try to pick them up,
they start walking around. The first time I saw one I was like o.0, but they
are a little hard to find, so keep trying.

If you drop candy or rotten turnips, once you go in ant out of a building, 
ants will be crawling all over them, so just swing your net at the turnip.

You will hear a bouncing noise, and then when you look on a neighbor, fleas
will be jumping off of him/her! Swing your net using the wiimote at him/her,
and you will catch a flea. The neighbor will thank you.. and these are very
easily found after you spend a long time without playing or talking to a
certain neighbor.

Whenever there is snow on the ground, and there are snowballs, if you see a
snowball moving, it will be pushed by a dung beetle. They're not hard to find,
if you know where your snowballs are. Just sneak up to one, and swing your net
at the snowball... and you'll most likely catch one.

Violin Beetles can be found in the fall on tree stumps in the winter, and you
will need to sneak up on them, and Longhorn Beetles are on tree stumps in the
summer, at night.

If you go around, randomly hitting rocks with shovels, as you have nothing to
do with your free time in life, or you are so depressed that you must fill up
that big ol' void in your heart by hitting rocks with shovels for the rest of
your meaningless existence (Gosh, I know that void... X_X), you may just see a
little circle or line fall out of a rock, it's a pill bug or a centipede,
respectively. Catch them. They're somewhat rare, and centipedes are found in
the summer, and pill bugs in the winter. You may encounter a money rock along
the way, and get profit. 2 bugs.

Once you hear a strange clicking/buzzing noise, in the winter, then it is a
mole cricket. Start digging randomly until one of these pops out of one of the
holes you dig. Then, catch them. Not rare.

Method from Geoff Goehle for Mole Crickets:
The mole cricket is easy to find once you realize that it is only audible in a
square centered around the cricket.  So find out where you start hearing the
cricket, walk horizontally until you can't here it anymore and then go back
halfway.  The cricket will be somewhere on a vertical line running through
this point. Do the same thing vertically and the cricket should be at the
intersection of your two lines. 

Pondskaters can be found in the summer, drifting around on freshwater, so just
swing your net at them once they get close to the shoreline. Diving beetles 
look like fish shadows, but are sort of triangular. Once the beetles surface,
and are close to the shoreline, swing your net at them and catch them.
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(4-a)Checklist for bugs in order of appearance in tab:
Scroll down or ctrl+f to see when and where to find the bugs.

[ ] -Common Butterfly 
[ ] -Yellow Butterfly 
[ ] -Tiger Buterfly 
[ ] -Peacock 
[ ] -Monarch 
[ ] -Emporor
[ ] -Agrias Butterfly
[ ] -Raja Brooke 
[ ] -Birdwing 
[ ] -Moth 
[ ] -Oak Silk Moth 
[ ] -Honeybee 
[ ] -Bee 
[ ] -Long Locust 
[ ] -Migratory Locust 
[ ] -Mantis
[ ] -Orchid Mantis 
[ ] -Brown Cicda 
[ ] -Robust Cicda 
[ ] -Walker Cicada 
[ ] -Evening Cicada 
[ ] -Lantern Fly 
[ ] -Red Dragonfly
[ ] -Darner Dragonfly
[ ] -Banded Dragonfly 
[ ] -Giant Petaltail 
[ ] -Ant 
[ ] -Pondskater 
[ ] -Diving Beetle 
[ ] -Snail 
[ ] -Cricket 
[ ] -Bell Cricket 
[ ] -Grasshopper 
[ ] -Mole Cricket 
[ ] -Walking Leaf 
[ ] -Walking Stick 
[ ] -Bagworm 
[ ] -Ladybug 
[ ] -Violin Beetle 
[ ] -Longhorn 
[ ] -Dung Beetle 
[ ] -Firefly 
[ ] -Fruit Beetle 
[ ] -Scarab Beetle 
[ ] -Jewel Beetle 
[ ] -Miyama Stag 
[ ] -Saw Stag Beetle 
[ ] -Giant Beetle 
[ ] -Rainbow Stag 
[ ] -Cyclommatus 
[ ] -Golden Stag 
[ ] -Dynastid Beetle 
[ ] -Atlas Beetle 
[ ] -Elephant Beetle 
[ ] -Hercules Beetle
[ ] -Goliath Beetle 
[ ] -Flea 
[ ] -Pill Bug 
[ ] -Mosquito 
[ ] -Fly 
[ ] -Centipede 
[ ] -Spider
[ ] -Tarantula 
[ ] -Scorpion 
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(4-b): Calendar to see the dates / times for the bugs.
August is, by far, the best bug month.


January Day:
All Day = Ant (On rotten turnips)(80)
All Day = Bagworm (In trees, shake)(300)
All Day = Bee (In trees, shake)(2,500) 
All Day = Fly (Flying near garbage*)(60) 
All Day = Mole Cricket (Underground**)(280)
All Day = Pill Bug (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(250)
5pm - 8am = Dung Beetle (Pushing Snowballs)(600)
4pm - 11pm = Centipede (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(300)

February Day: 
All Day = Ant (On rotten turnips)(80) 
All Day = Bagworm (In trees, shake)(300)
All Day = Bee (In trees, shake)(2,500) 
All Day = Fly (Flying near garbage*)(60) 
All Day = Mole Cricket (Underground**)(280) 
All Day = Pill Bug (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(250)
5pm - 8am = Dung Beetle (Pushing Snowballs)(600)
4pm - 11pm = Centipede (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(300)

March Day: 
All Day = Ant (On rotten turnips)(80)
All Day = Bee (In trees, shake)(2,500)
All Day = Flea (On neighbors, hit them with net)(70) 
All Day = Fly (Flying near garbage*)(60) 
All Day = Mole Cricket (Underground**)(280) 
All Day = Pill Bug (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(250)
All Day = Spider (In trees, shake)(300)
8am - 5pm = Honeybee (Near Flowers)(100)
8am - 5pm = Ladybug (On Flowers)(200)
8am - 5pm = Raja Brooke (Near Flowers)(2,500)
4am - 7pm = Common Butterfly (Near Flowers)(90)
4am - 7pm = Peacock (Near Blue, Violet, and Black Flowers***)(220)
4am - 7pm = Tiger Butterfly (Near Flowers)(160)
4am - 7pm = Yellow Butterfly (Near Flowers)(90)

April Day: 
All Day = Ant (On rotten turnips)(80)
All Day = Bee (In trees, shake)(2,500) 
All Day = Flea (On neighbors, hit them with net)(70) 
All Day = Fly (Flying near garbage*)(60) 
All Day = Mosquito (Flying around)(130) 
All Day = Pill Bug (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(250) 
All Day = Spider (In trees, shake)(300)
8am - 5pm = Honeybee (Near Flowers)(100) 
8am - 5pm = Ladybug (On Flowers)(200)
4am - 7pm = Common Butterfly (Near Flowers)(90) 
4am - 7pm = Peacock (Near Blue, Violet, and Black Flowers***)(220) 
4am - 7pm = Tiger Butterfly (Near Flowers)(160) 
4am - 7pm = Yellow Butterfly (Near Flowers)(90)

May Day: 
All Day = Ant (On rotten turnips)(80)
All Day = Bee (In trees, shake)(2,500) 
All Day = Flea (On neighbors, hit them with net)(70) 
All Day = Fly (Flying near garbage*)(60) 
All Day = Mosquito (Flying around)(130) 
All Day = Pill Bug (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(250) 
All Day = Spider (In trees, shake)(300)
7pm - 4am = Moth (Near lights)(60)
5pm - 8am = Diving Beetle (On freshwater)(800) 
8am - 5pm = Honeybee (Near Flowers)(100) 
8am - 5pm = Ladybug (On Flowers)(200)
8am - 5pm = Pondskater (On freshwater)(130)
4am - 7pm = Common Butterfly (Near Flowers)(90) 
4am - 7pm = Peacock (Near Blue, Violet, and Black Flowers***)(220) 
4am - 7pm = Tiger Butterfly (Near Flowers)(160) 
4am - 7pm = Yellow Butterfly (Near Flowers)(90)

June Day: 
All Day = Ant (On rotten turnips)(80)
All Day = Bee (In trees, shake)(2,500) 
All Day = Flea (On neighbors, hit them with net)(70) 
All Day = Fly (Flying near garbage*)(60) 
All Day = Mosquito (Flying around)(130) 
All Day = Pill Bug (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(250) 
All Day = Spider (In trees, shake)(300)
11pm - 7pm = Longhorn Beetle (On Trees)(260)
11pm - 8am = Rainbow Stag Beetle (On Trees)(10,000)
7pm - 8am = Emperor (Near Flowers)(2,500)
7pm - 8am = Goliath Beetle (On Coconut Trees)(8,000)
7pm - 4am = Firefly (Near Freshwater)(300) 
7pm - 4am = Moth (Near lights)(60)
7pm - 4am = Oak Silk Moth (On Trees)(1,200)
7pm - 4am = Tarantula (Walking on ground)(8,000)
5pm - 8am = Diving Beetle (On freshwater)(800)
4pm - 11pm = Centipede (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(300) 
8am - 7pm = Raja Brooke (Near Flowers)(2,500)
8am - 5pm = Agrias Butterfly (Near Flowers)(3,000)
8am - 5pm = Darner Dragonfly (Flying around)(200) 
8am - 5pm = Honeybee (Near Flowers)(100) 
8am - 5pm = Ladybug (On Flowers)(200) 
8am - 5pm = Pondskater (On freshwater)(130)
8am - 4pm = Birdwing (Near Flowers)(3,000) 
4am - 7pm = Common Butterfly (Near Flowers)(90) 
4am - 7pm = Peacock (Near Blue, Violet, and Black Flowers***)(220) 
4am - 7pm = Tiger Butterfly (Near Flowers)(160)
4am - 7pm = Violin Beetle (On tree stumps, use axe)(260) 
4am - 7pm = Yellow Butterfly (Near Flowers)(90)

July Day: 
All Day = Ant (On rotten turnips)(80)
All Day = Bee (In trees, shake)(2,500) 
All Day = Flea (On neighbors, hit them with net)(70) 
All Day = Fly (Flying near garbage*)(60)
All Day = Fruit Beetle (On Trees)(100) 
All Day = Miyama Stag (On Trees)(1,000) 
All Day = Pill Bug (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(250)
All Day = Saw Stag Beetle (On Trees)(2,000)
11pm - 7pm = Longhorn Beetle (On Trees)(260)
11pm - 8am = Cyclommatus (On Coconut Trees)(8,000)
11pm - 8am = Giant Beetle (On Trees)(10,000)
11pm - 8am = Hercules Beetle (On Coconut Trees)(12,000) 
+11pm - 8am = Lantern Fly (On Trees)(1,800) 
11pm - 8am = Rainbow Stag Beetle (On Trees)(10,000)
11pm - 8am = Scarab Beetle (On Trees)(100?) 
11pm - 8am = Spider (In trees, shake)(300)
7pm - 8am = Atlas Beetle (On Coconut Trees)(8,000) 
7pm - 8am = Dynastid Beetle (On Trees)(1,350) 
7pm - 8am = Elephant Beetle (On Coconut Trees)(8,000) 
7pm - 8am = Emperor (Near Flowers)(2,500)
7pm - 8am = Golden Stag (On Coconut Trees)(12,000) 
7pm - 4am = Mosquito (Flying around)(130) 
7pm - 4am = Moth (Near lights)(60) 
7pm - 4am = Oak Silk Moth (On Trees)(1,200)
7pm - 4am = Scorpion (Walking on ground)(8,000)
7pm - 4am = Snail (On Flowers in the rain)(250) 
7pm - 4am = Tarantula (Walking on ground)(8,000)
5pm - 8am = Diving Beetle (On freshwater)(800) 
5pm - 8am = Goliath Beetle (On Coconut Trees)(8,000) 
&5pm - 7pm = Walking Stick (On Trees)(600)
4pm - 11pm = Centipede (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(300)
~4pm - 7pm = Evening Cicada (On Trees)(550) 
+4pm - 7pm = Lantern Fly (On Trees)(1,800)
4pm - 5pm = Grasshopper (Hopping on ground)(160) 
8am - 7pm = Pondskater (On freshwater)(130)
8am - 7pm = Walking Leaf (On ground****)(600)
8am - 5pm = Agrias Butterfly (Near Flowers)(3,000)
8am - 5pm = Banded Dragonfly (Flying around)(4,500) 
8am - 5pm = Darner Dragonfly (Flying around)(200)
8am - 5pm = Brown Cicada (On Trees)(200)
8am - 5pm = Jewel Beetle (On Trees)(2,400) 
8am - 5pm = Raja Brooke (Near Flowers)(2,500)
8am - 5pm = Robust Cicada (On Trees)(300)
8am - 5pm = Walker Cicada (On Trees)(400)
8am - 4pm = Birdwing (Near Flowers)(3,000) 
4am - 5pm = Peacock (Near Blue, Violet, and Black Flowers***)(220)
~4am - 8am = Evening Cicada (On trees)(550) 
&4am - 8am = Walking Stick (On Trees)(600)

August Day: 
All Day = Ant (On rotten turnips)(80)
All Day = Bee (In trees, shake)(2,500) 
All Day = Flea (On neighbors, hit them with net)(70) 
All Day = Fly (Flying near garbage*)(60) 
All Day = Fruit Beetle (On Trees)(100) 
All Day = Miyama Stag (On Trees)(1,000) 
All Day = Pill Bug (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(250) 
All Day = Saw Stag Beetle (On Trees)(2,000)
11pm - 7pm = Longhorn Beetle (On Trees)(260)
11pm - 8am = Cyclommatus (On Coconut Trees)(8,000) 
11pm - 8am = Giant Beetle (On Trees)(10,000) 
11pm - 8am = Hercules Beetle (On Coconut Trees)(12,000) 
+11pm - 8am = Lantern Fly (On Trees)(1,800) 
11pm - 8am = Rainbow Stag Beetle (On Trees)(10,000) 
11pm - 8am = Scarab Beetle (On Trees)(100?) 
11pm - 8am = Spider (In trees, shake)(300)
7pm - 8am = Atlas Beetle (On Coconut Trees)(8,000) 
7pm - 8am = Dynastid Beetle (On Trees)(1,350)
7pm - 8am = Elephant Beetle (On Coconut Trees)(8,000) 
7pm - 8am = Emperor (Near Flowers)(2,500) 
7pm - 8am = Golden Stag (On Coconut Trees)(12,000) 
7pm - 4am = Mosquito (Flying around)(130) 
7pm - 4am = Moth (Near lights)(60) 
7pm - 4am = Oak Silk Moth (On Trees)(1,200) 
7pm - 4am = Scorpion (Walking on ground)(8,000) 
7pm - 4am = Snail (On Flowers in the rain)(250) 
7pm - 4am = Tarantula (Walking on ground)(8,000)
5pm - 8am = Diving Beetle (On freshwater)(800) 
5pm - 8am = Goliath Beetle (On Coconut Trees)(8,000) 
&5pm - 7pm = Walking Stick (On Trees)(600)
4pm - 11pm = Centipede (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(300) 
~4pm - 7pm = Evening Cicada (On Trees)(550) 
+4pm - 7pm = Lantern Fly (On Trees)(1,800)
4pm - 7pm = Petaltail (Flying around)(8,000)
8am - 7pm = Long Locust (Hopping on ground)(200)
8am - 7pm = Migratory Locust (Hopping on ground)(600) 
8am - 7pm = Pondskater (On freshwater)(130) 
8am - 7pm = Walking Leaf (On ground****)(600)
8am - 5pm = Agrias Butterfly (Near Flowers)(3,000)
8am - 5pm = Banded Dragonfly (Flying around)(4,500) ) 
8am - 5pm = Brown Cicada (On Trees)(200) 
8am - 5pm = Darner Dragonfly (Flying around)(200) 
8am - 5pm = Grasshopper (Hopping on ground)(160) 
8am - 5pm = Jewel Beetle (On Trees)(2,400)
8am - 5pm = Mantis (On Flowers)(430)
8am - 5pm = Orchid Mantis (On White Flowers)(2,400) 
8am - 5pm = Peacock (Near Blue, Violet, and Black Flowers***)(220) 
8am - 5pm = Raja Brooke (Near Flowers)(2,500) 
8am - 5pm = Robust Cicada (On Trees)(300) 
8am - 5pm = Walker Cicada (On Trees)(400)
8am - 4pm = Birdwing (Near Flowers)(3,000) 
~4am - 8am = Evening Cicada (On trees)(550) 
&4am - 8am = Walking Stick (On Trees)(600)

September Day: 
All Day = Ant (On rotten turnips)(80)
All Day = Bee (In trees, shake)(2,500) 
All Day = Flea (On neighbors, hit them with net)(70) 
All Day = Fly (Flying near garbage*)(60) 
All Day = Pill Bug (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(250) 
All Day = Spider (In trees, shake)(300)
+11pm - 8am = Lantern Fly (On Trees)(1,800) 
11pm - 8am = Rainbow Stag Beetle (On Trees)(10,000)
7pm - 8am = Emperor (Near Flowers)(2,500) 
7pm - 8am = Fruit Beetle (On Trees)(100) 
7pm - 8am = Goliath Beetle (On Coconut Trees)(8,000) 
7pm - 4am = Mosquito (Flying around)(130) 
7pm - 4am = Moth (Near lights)(60) 
7pm - 4am = Oak Silk Moth (On Trees)(1,200) 
7pm - 4am = Scorpion (Walking on ground)(8,000) 
7pm - 4am = Snail (On Flowers in the rain)(250)
5pm - 8am = Bell Cricket (Hopping on ground)(400) 
5pm - 8am = Cricket (Hopping on ground)(130) 
5pm - 8am = Diving Beetle (On freshwater)(800)
4pm - 11pm = Centipede (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(300) 
+4pm - 7pm = Lantern Fly (On Trees)(1,800) 
4pm - 7pm = Petaltail (Flying around)(8,000)
8am - 7pm = Long Locust (Hopping on ground)(200) 
8am - 7pm = Migratory Locust (Hopping on ground)(600) 
8am - 7pm = Pondskater (On freshwater)(130)
8am - 7pm = Red Dragonfly (Flying around)(80)
8am - 5pm = Agrias Butterfly (Near Flowers)(3,000) 
8am - 5pm = Grasshopper (Hopping on ground)(160) 
8am - 5pm = Mantis (On Flowers)(430) 
8am - 5pm = Orchid Mantis (On White Flowers)(2,400) 
8am - 5pm = Raja Brooke (Near Flowers)(2,500) 
8am - 5pm = Walker Cicada (On Trees)(400) 
8am - 5pm = Walking Leaf (On ground****)(600)
8am - 4pm = Birdwing (Near Flowers)(3,000) 
8am - 4pm = Common Butterfly (Near Flowers)(90) 
8am - 4pm = Peacock (Near Blue, Violet, and Black Flowers***)(220) 
8am - 4pm = Yellow Butterfly (Near Flowers)(90)
4am - 7pm = Walking Stick (On Trees)(600)
4am - 5pm = Monarch (Near Flowers)(140) 
4am - 5pm = Violin Beetle (On tree stumps, use axe)(260)

October Day: 
All Day = Ant (On rotten turnips)(80)
All Day = Bee (In trees, shake)(2,500) 
All Day = Flea (On neighbors, hit them with net)(70) 
All Day = Fly (Flying near garbage*)(60) 
All Day = Pill Bug (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(250) 
11pm - 8am = Spider (In trees, shake)(300)
5pm - 8am = Bagworm (In trees, shake)(300)
5pm - 8am = Bell Cricket (Hopping on ground)(400) 
5pm - 8am = Cricket (Hopping on ground)(130)
4pm - 11pm = Centipede (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(300) 
4pm - 7pm = Petaltail (Flying around)(8,000)
8am - 7pm = Long Locust (Hopping on ground)(200) 
8am - 7pm = Migratory Locust (Hopping on ground)(600) 
8am - 7pm = Red Dragonfly (Flying around)(80)
8am - 5pm = Ladybug (On Flowers)(200) 
8am - 5pm = Mantis (On Flowers)(430) 
8am - 5pm = Orchid Mantis (On White Flowers)(2,400) 
4am - 7pm = Walking Stick (On Trees)(600)
4am - 5pm = Monarch (Near Flowers)(140) 
4am - 5pm = Violin Beetle (On tree stumps, use axe)(260)

November Day: 
All Day = Ant (On rotten turnips)(80) 
All Day = Bagworm (In trees, shake)(300)
All Day = Bee (In trees, shake)(2,500) 
All Day = Flea (On neighbors, hit them with net)(70) 
All Day = Fly (Flying near garbage*)(60)
All Day = Mole Cricket (Underground**)(280) 
All Day = Pill Bug (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(250)
5pm - 8am = Cricket (Hopping on ground)(130)
4pm - 11pm = Centipede (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(300) 
8am - 7pm = Long Locust (Hopping on ground)(200) 
8am - 7pm = Migratory Locust (Hopping on ground)(600)
8am - 5pm = Mantis (On Flowers)(430) 
8am - 5pm = Orchid Mantis (On White Flowers)(2,400) 
8am - 5pm = Violin Beetle (On tree stumps, use axe)(260)
8am - 4pm = Monarch (Near Flowers)(140) 
4am - 7pm = Walking Stick (On Trees)(600)

December Day: 
All Day = Ant (On rotten turnips)(80) 
All Day = Bagworm (In trees, shake)(300)
All Day = Bee (In trees, shake)(2,500) 
All Day = Fly (Flying near garbage*)(60) 
All Day = Mole Cricket (Underground**)(280) 
All Day = Pill Bug (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(250)
+11pm - 8am = Lantern Fly (On Trees)(1,800)
5pm - 8am = Dung Beetle (Pushing Snowballs)(600)
4pm - 11pm = Centipede (Under rocks, hit rock with shovel)(300)
+4pm - 7pm = Lantern Fly (On Trees)(1,800)

*Garbage: things you find when fishing that are not fish, aka Boots and Tires.
**When a strange buzzing noise is heard, dig randomly until a 
mole cricket pops out of one of your holes.
***Hybrid flowers: made from 2 of certain flowers close together, they made 
crossbreed. (Red + Red Tulips, Yellow + Yellow Tulips, Red + Red Pansies, 
White + White Pansies, Red + Red Cosmos, White + White Roses, Red + Red Roses)
****Looks like a furniture leaf, until you try to pick it up… :O

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(5): Meaningless Bug Information

Common Butterfly: 
"Though all look white to the naked eye, males and females are different 
colors."

Yellow Butterfly: 
"All males of the species are white; females can have white or yellow wings."

Tiger Butterfly: 
"Wherever there are orange trees, these butterflies are likely to be found."

Peacock: 
"These got their name because their wings look like peacock feathers."

Monarch: 
"These are known for their ability to travel far-- in excess of 1,500 miles!"

Emperor: 
"Their wings appear to be blue on one side, but quite plain on the other."

Agrias butterfly:
"Fast and hard to catch, these are among the most lovely butterflies in the
world!"

Raja Brooke:
"Flashing black wings with bright green markings make it easy to identify."

Birdwing:
"Known as the world's largest butterfly, this species boasts larger females"

Moth:
"These are similar to butterflies... but for some reason, hated by many 
people."

Oak silk moth:
"The larva and cocoons of these wild silkworms are a beautiful green color."

Honeybee:
"All worker bees are female. Their honey has an almost indefinite shelf life."

Bee:
"These poison-carrying bees will attack big foes to protect the queen."

Long locust:
"The name for this insect comes from its elongated head."

Migratory locust:
"Despite their large size, these are skittish and scare easily."

Mantis:
"Exlusively preadatory, these will attack insects larger than themselves."

Orchid mantis:
"These critters look like orchids, so it's hard for predators to locate them."

Brown cicada:
"In some cultures, the chirping of these insects is said to resemble frying
sounds."

Robust cicada:
"These have black and green bodies and transparent wings."

Walker cicada:
"The chirp of this cicada means the end of summer is near."

Evening cicada:
"The chirping of this insect marks the beginning of summer."

Lantern fly:
"With alligator-like heads and mothlike winds, these are actually cicadas."

Red dragonfly:
"These live in the mountains in summer and the valleys in fall."

Darner dragonfly:
"These are also called 'mosquito hawks' for their predatory habits."

Banded dragonfly:
"These got their name because of their tigerlike banding and evasion skills."

Giant petaltail:
"The biggest dragonfly in the world, these primitive insects are living 
fossils."

Ant:
"Twenty percent of worker ants actually don't do anything... They are lazy
ants."

Pondskater:
"For obvious reasons, these are also known as 'magic bugs.'"

Diving beetle:
"These are said to have short but strong pincers. Ouch!"

Snail:
"These grind their food up, using 20,000 teethe like a file."

Cricket:
"These have ears--not on their heads, but on their front legs."

Bell cricket:
"The frequency of their song is so high that it can't be transmitted over the
phone."

Grasshopper:
"These eat until their stomachs bulge. When hungry, they may eat each other."

Mole Cricket:
"These live underground but can fly and swim. They're multitalented."

Walking leaf:
"These blend into many leaf colors. Females own the best camouflage, but males
fly."

Walkingstick:
"These will tear their legs off to flee predators... but their legs then grow
back!"

Bagworm:
"This larva makes its casing from silk and other enviromental materials."

Ladybug:
"Also called ladybirds or lady beetles, these help gardens by controlling
pests."

Violin beetle:
"These resemble vilons--hence the name. They are so thin, they fit in wood
gaps."

Longhorn beetle:
"The secret to the strong jaws of these insects is all the wood they eat."

Dung beetle:
"These eat and lay their eggs in dung. Yes, it's gross, but good for the
earth."

Firefly:
"The posteriors of both females and males light up. They are not turn
signals."

Fruit beetle:
"Unlike others in this group, these metal-looking bugs fly without their front
wings."

Scarab beetle:
"This treasured bug is valued over platinum... by some."

Jewel beetle:
"As their name states, these look like jewels. Birds do not like their color."

Miyama stag:
"Known for the distinct shape of their heads, they look strong but are
delicate."

Saw stag beetle:
"Though typically nocturnal, these can be found during the day.

Giant beetle:
"Nocturnal and very skittish, their long lives make them popular pets."

Rainbow stag:
"Said to be the most beautiful type of beetle, they are sturdier than they
look."

Cyclommatus:
"Their short life span makes these insects hard to raise."

Golden stag:
"As their name states. these bugs have golden bodies. Raising them is tough."

Dynastid beetle:
"The proud horns of these relatives of the scarab beetle are just overgrown
skin."

Atlas beetle:
"The world's strongest beetles have three horns--the keys to their strength."

Elephant beetle:
"The heaviest beetles in the world are named for their trunklike horns."

Hercules beetle:
"the world's largest beetle can easily carry up to 5 pounds!"

Goliath beetle:
"The largest of its kind in the world, these can fly like birds."

Flea:
"Females can lay up to 20 eggs a day and are usually bigger than the males."

Pill bug:
"Classified as crustaceans, these can survive in water by using gills."

Mosquito:
"These prefer type-O blood-- its chemical structure is close to flower
nectar."

Fly:
"There is nothing more annoying than when these guys fly around your ear!"

Centipede:
"Very few of these actually have more than 100 legs. They have nasty bites."

Spider:
"Spiders in the house will eat flies and other pests...but they are still
gross."

Tarantula:
"The belly hairs these use to fire poison cue more itchiness than the poison
itself."

Scorpion:
"Those things that look like tails are actually extensions of their stomachs."
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(5-b): Once you catch your last bug:

You:
"Huh? So that means..."
"I've caught every single kind of bug!"

Once you donate the last bug to your museum:

Blathers:
"Hoo! Is it...even possible? Can the insect collection truly be complete?!"
"I must say, I do not know whether to be elated or absolutely disgusted.
Regardless, our thanks!"
"I trust we can rely on your unfailing patronage! Our fate is in your hands!"

The next time you log on:

Tortimer is at your house, Tortimer:
"I've been waiting for you, [name]. now that you've caught every single kind
of bug..."
"I hereby declare you the town hero! Yeppers, al of [town] is very proud of
you!"
"And a hero like you deserves a golden net like this!"
"Maybe you prefer your tools to be less fancy than this... Nevertheless, it's
a nice little net, sprout!"
"So don't go around smashing it and trying to break it! You can't get one of
these just anywhere, you know..."
"Anyhoo, nets are nice and all, but it's time for my nap now."

You:
"Yayyy!"
"I got the golden net. I'd better take care of it! (heart)"
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(6): Contact Information

Email me at minimang123@gmail.com if you see any mistakes or additions 
that need to be made.

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(7): Credits

Credits to Jom for the bug list in order
Credits to http://accf.wikispaces.com for the bug times...
Credits to Prima Guide, which the wiki got their information from. (not me)
Credits to radiantheart and legojoey17 for bagworm information.
Credits to MillaLit and 3_13Archer for bee information.
Credits to DarkLink9564 for Golden Stag information.
Credits to Mp16z for Giant petaltail information!
Thanks for the Birwing information, pepiux! (Credits to pepiux)
Credits to MikanPachi for bee help!
Credits to Geoff for mole cricket shtuff (he wants to feel included)
Credits to RoseBell69 for moral support

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I hope you enjoyed this!