Blue Weevil Beetle New Horizons Now Available in Northern Hemisphere

Blue weevil beetle New Horizons is now available to be found in the Northern Hemisphere.
Blue weevil beetle New Horizons is now available to be found in the Northern Hemisphere. / Photo by Nintendo

Blue weevil beetle New Horizons is now available to be found in the Northern Hemisphere.

The blue weevil beetle was introduced in Animal Crossing: New Horizons on July 1, and can be caught in the Northern Hemisphere during July and August. Unfortunately, it can only be caught in the Southern Hemisphere during January and February.

Blue Weevil Beetle New Horizons Now Available in Northern Hemisphere

The blue weevil beetle is a common animal that can be found all day on palm trees. It can be sold for 800 Bells at Nook's Cranny, or it can be sold for 1,200 Bells to Flick during his Bug-Offs, which take place every three weeks.

Players who want to learn more about the blue weevil beetle should visit Blathers at the museum. He will tell them, "Yes, yes. The blue weevil beetle does come in beautiful shades of blue and green. The colors are so bright, some say it looks like a living jewel. But I say it looks like a weevil...and weevil rhymes with EVIL. Draw your own conclusions from there."

Obviously, Blathers and weevils have some unfinished business. Animal Crossing: New Horizons players should check out all the villagers, like Raddle, Lucha, Louie, and Sylvana.