Animal Crossing New Horizons: What Bugs Leave in March

What Bugs Leave in March

Animal Crossing New Horizons uses the real times and seasons of players consoles to dictate certain things. One thing it dictates is the spawns of bugs. This means you may be only able to catch certain bugs during certain times of the year. If you are doing a completionist playthrough you will want to catch them when they are available. To help you keep track of when certain bugs leave check out our what bugs leave in March guide below.

What Bugs are Leaving in March Animal Crossing New Horizons

There are a number of bugs leaving in March for both Northern and Southern Hemisphere players. These bugs will appear again once time has passed and their spawn period is active. The tweet above from ACPocketNews features a handy infographic of the bugs leaving in March for both the Norther and Southern Hemipshere. This infographic features information such as sell price, location to find, and time of day to catch. If you don’t wish to view the infographic here’s it in text form:

Northern Hemisphere Bugs Leaving in March

  • Emperor Butterfly.

Southern Hemisphere Bugs Leaving in March

  • Agrias Butterfly.
  • Atlas Moth.
  • Diving Beetle.
  • Earth-boring Dung Beetle.
  • Giant Water Bug.
  • Goliath Beetle.
  • Grasshopper.
  • Great Purple Emperor.
  • Madgascan Sunset Moth.
  • Mosquito.
  • Pondskater.
  • Queen Alexandra’s Birdwin.
  • Rainbow Stag.
  • Rajah Brooke’s Birdwing.
  • Rosalia Batesi Beetle.
  • Tiger Butterfly.
  • Walker Cicada.
  • Walking Leaf.

These are all the bugs leaving Animal Crossing New Horizons at the end of the month. With that said the are not leaving for the rest of time, but will return at latter dates as the in-game calendar rolls along. If you are wanting to try and complete all of Animal Crossing New Horizons this year your will need to get a move on to catch the bugs mentioned above.

Like the bugs there are also fish leaving at the end of March.

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