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Animal Crossing City Folk Fish/Bug Database



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Coolguy11

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Welcome! Here i shall give information about all the bugs and fish in Animal Crossing City Folk. You can find when they come out, what they look like, selling price, and more. You can easily come here to look up the information you want and i hope it helps you in some way. I will post the information about them and also what they look like in real life. There are also some cool videos you can watch of the more interesting bugs and fish for your viewing pleasure. So please enjoy this database and everything it has to offer!

Also feel free to submit ideas and pictures/videos to use. Some of the pictures i have are fine yet if you find one better than post it. Same goes to videos except i wont remove any just keep adding more. Example, there could be 3 videos of a fish/bug.

FISH
(Name) - (Location) - (Months) - (Price) - (Size in Water)
Angelfish - Rivers - May-Oct - 3,000 - Small
Arapaima - Rivers - Jul-Sep - 10,000 - Huge
Arowana - Rivers - Jun-Sep - 10,000 - Medium
Barbel Steed - Rivers All Year - 200 - Medium
Bitterling - Rivers - Nov-Feb - 900 - Tiny
Black Bass - Rivers - All Year - 300 - Large
Bluegill - Rivers - All Year - 120 Small
Carp - Rivers - All Year - 300 - Medium
Catfish - Pond - May-Oct - 800 - Med-Large
Char - Waterfall - Mar-Jun/Sep-Nov - 3,800 - Large
Cherry Salmon - Rivers - Mar-Jun/Sep-Nov - 1,000 - Medium
Craw Fish - Holding Pond - Apr-Sep1 - 250 - Tiny
Crucian Carp - Rivers - All Year - 120 - Small-Med
Dace - Rivers - All Year - 200 - Small-Med
Dorado - Rivers - Jun-Jul/Aug-Sep - 15,000 - Huge
Eel - Rivers - Jun-Sep - 2,000 - Long & Skinny
Freshwater Goby - Rivers - All Year - 300 - Small-Med
Frog - Holding Pond - May-Aug - 120 - Tiny
Gar - Pond - Jun-Sep - 6,000 - Huge
Giant Snakehead - Pond - Jun-Aug - 5,500 - Huge
Goldfish - Rivers - All Year - 1,300 - Tiny
Guppy - Rivers - Apr-Nov - 1,300 - Tiny
Killifish - Holding Pond - Apr-Aug - 300 - Tiny
King Salmon - Rivers & River Mouth - Aug-Sep - 1,800 - Large
Koi - Rivers - All Year - 4,000 - Medium
Loach - Rivers - Mar-May - 300 - Small-Med
Neon Tetra - Rivers - Apr-Nov - 500 - Small-Med
Pale Chub - Rivers - All Year - 200 - Small
Pike - Rivers - Sep-Dec - 1,800 - Large
Piranha - Rivers - Jun-Sep - 2,500 - Small-Med
Pond Smelt - Rivers - Dec-Feb - 300 - Small-Med
Popeyed Goldfish - Rivers - All Year - 1,300 - Tiny
Rainbow Trout - Rivers - Mar-Jun/Sep-Nov - 800 - Med-Large
Salmon - Rivers & River Mouth- Aug-Sep - 700 - Med-Large
Stringfish - Rivers - Dec-Feb - 15,000 - Large
Sweetfish - Rivers - Jul-Sep1 - 900 - Small-Med
Yellow Perch - Rivers - Oct-Mar - 240 - Small-Med
Barred Knifejaw - Ocean - Mar-Nov - 5,000 - Medium
Blue Marlin - Ocean - Jul-Sep - 10,000 - Huge
Butterflyfish - Ocean - Apr-Sep - 1,000 - Small
Clownfish - Ocean - Apr/May-Aug/Sep - 650 - Tiny
Coelacanth - Ocean - All Year - 15,000 - Huge
Dab - Ocean - Oct-Apr - 300 - Small-Med
Football Fish - Ocean - Nov-Mar - 2,500 - Med-Large
Hammerhead Shark - Ocean - Jun-Sep - 8,000 - Huge w/ Fin
Horse Mackerel - Ocean - All Year - 150 - Small
Jellyfish - Ocean - Aug - 100 - Small
Lobster - Ocean - Nov-Feb - 2,500 - Large
Moray Eel - Ocean - Aug-Oct - 2,000 - Large
Napoleonfish - Ocean - Jul-Aug - 10,000 - Huge
Ocean Sunfish - Ocean - Jun-Sep - 4,000 - Huge w/ Fin
Octopus - Ocean - Sep-Jan/Mar-Jul - 500 - Small-Med
Olive Flounder - Ocean - All Year - 800 - Med-Large
Puffer Fish - Ocean - Jul-Sep - 240 - Small
Ray - Ocean - Aug-Nov - 3,000 - Huge
Red Snapper - Ocean - All Year - 3,000 - Small-Med
Sea Bass - Ocean - All Year - 200 - Large
Sea Butterfly - Ocean - Dec-Feb - 1,000 - Tiny
Sea Horse - Ocean - Apr/May-Sep/Oct-Nov - 1,100 - Tiny
Shark - Ocean - Jun-Sep - 15,000 - Huge w/ Fin
Squid - Ocean - Dec-Aug - 400 - Small-Med
Surgeonfish - Ocean - Apr-Sep - 1,000 - Small-Med
Tuna - Ocean - Nov-Mar - 7,000 - Huge
Zebra Turkeyfish - Ocean - Apr/May-Sep/Oct-Nov - 400 - Small-Med

BUGS
(Name) - (Location) - (Months) - (Price)
Agrias Butterfly - Near Ocean - Jun-Sep - 3,000
Ant - On dropped candy or rotten turnips - All Year - 80
Atlas Beetle - On Coconut Trees - Jul-Aug - 8000
Bagworm - In Trees - Oct/Nov-Feb - 300
Banded Dragonfly - Airborne - Jul-Aug - 4,500
Bee - In Trees - All Year - 2,500
Bell Cricket - Grass - Sep-Oct - 400
Birdwing - Near Flowers - Jun-Sep - 3,000
Brown Cicada - On Trees - Jul-Aug - 200
Centipede - Under Rocks - Jun-Feb - 300
Common Butterfly - Near Flowers - Mar-Jun/Sep - 90
Cricket - Grass - Sep-Nov - 130
Cyclommatus - On Coconut Trees - Jul-Aug - 8,000
Darner Dragonfly - Airborne - Jun-Aug - 200
Diving Beetle - On/In Freshwater - May-Sep - 800
Dung Beetle - Snowballs - Dec11th-Feb24th - 800
Dynastid Beetle - On Trees - Jul-Aug - 1,350
Elephant Beetle - On Coconut Trees - Jul-Aug - 8,000
Emperor - Near Flowers - Jun-Sep - 2,500
Evening Cicada - On Trees - Jul-Aug - 550
Firefly - Airborne (Near Freshwater) - June - 300
Flea - On animal neighbors - Mar-Nov - 70
Fly - On rotten turnips, garbage, or near a Rafflesia - All Year - 60
Fruit Beetle - On Trees - Jul-Aug/Sep - 100
Giant Beetle - On Trees - Jul-Aug - 10,000
Giant Petaltail - Airborne - Aug-Sep - 8,000
Golden Stag - On Coconut Trees - Jul-Aug - 12,000
Goliath Beetle - On Coconut Trees - Jun/Jul-Aug/Sep - 8,000
Grasshopper - Grass - Jul/Aug-Sep - 160
Hercules Beetle - On Coconut Trees - Jul-Aug - 12,000
Honeybee - Near Flowers - Mar-Jun - 100
Jewel Beetle - On Trees - Jul-Aug - 2,400
Ladybug - On Flowers - Mar-Jun/Oct - 200
Lantern Fly - On Trees - Jun-Aug/Sep - 1,800
Long Locust - Grass - May-Jun/Aug-Nov - 200
Longhorn Beetle - On Tree Stumps - Jul-Aug - 260
Mantis - On Flowers - Apr-Nov - 430
Migratory Locust - Grass - Aug-Nov - 600
Miyama Stag - On Trees - Jul-Aug - 1,000
Mole Cricket - Underground - Nov-May - 280
Monarch - Near Flowers - Sep-Oct/Nov - 140
Mosquito - Airborne - Jun/Jul-Sep - 130
Moth - Near Outdoor Lights - May-Sep - 60
Oak Silk Moth - On Trees - Jun-Sep - 1,200
Orchid Mantis - On Flowers (white only) - Apr-Nov - 2,400
Peacock - Near hybrid blue, violet & black flowers - Mar-Jun/Jul/Aug/Sep - 220
Pill Bug - Under Rocks - All Year - 250
Pondskater - On Freshwater - May-Jun/Jul-Sep - 130
Rainbow Stag - On Trees - Jun-Sep - 10,000
Raja Brooke - Near Fresh Water - May/Jun/Jul - Sep - 2,500
Red Dragonfly - Airborne - Sep-Oct - 80
Robust Cicada - On Trees - Jul-Aug - 300
Saw Stag Beetle - On Trees - Jul-Aug - 2,000
Scarab Beetle - On Trees - Jul-Aug - 6,000
Scorpion - On Ground - Jul-Sep - 8,000
Snail - On Flowers when raining - Apr-Sep - 250
Spider - In Trees - Mar-Jun/Jul-Aug/Sep/Oct - 300
Tarantula - On Ground - Jun-Aug - 8,000
Tiger Butterfly - Near red and pink flowers - Mar-Jun/Jul-Aug/Sep - 160
Violin Beetle - On Tree Stumps - Jun/Sep-Oct/Nov - 260
Walker Cicada - On Trees - Jul-Sep - 400
Walking Leaf - On Ground - Jul-Aug/Sep - 600
Walkingstick - On Trees - Jul-Aug/Sep - Nov - 600
Yellow Butterfly - Near Flowers - Mar-Jun/Sep - 90

Source
http://accf.wikispaces.com/Fish
To get the specific times of day the fish/bug is out, then you should visit this site. This database is to let you know what bugs come out what month. It would take forever and a new way to organize everything for me to add the times too. :P

Edited by Coolguy11, Apr 9 2009, 06:59 PM


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FISH

Freshwater Fish

Angelfish
http://www.nemos-aqu...s/angelfish.jpg
Arapaima
http://animals.natio...ma-diver-ga.jpg
Arowana
http://www.practical...wana_winner.jpg
Barbel Steed
http://fishdb.sinica...300/a639-10.jpg
Bitterling
http://www.tauchjunk.../bitterling.jpg
Black Bass
http://www.biolib.cz/IMG/GAL/21231.jpg
Bluegill
http://io.uwinnipeg....6/bluegill4.jpg
Carp
http://www.naturepho.../carp-20524.jpg
Catfish
http://www.claytorla...com/catfish.jpg
Char
http://www.samuelsan..._photo/CHAR.jpg
Cherry Salmon
http://www.hiyeda.co...ramasuOsuFX.jpg
Craw Fish
http://www.foodsubs....os/crayfish.jpg
Crucian Carp
http://www.naturepho...-carp-20522.jpg
Dace
http://www.sfca.co.u...out/dace400.jpg
Dorado
http://www.lax-a.is/...in green(1).jpg
Eel
http://stellwagen.no...ican_Eel_lg.jpg
Freshwater Goby
http://www.practical...ogobius_wui.jpg
Frog
http://static.howstu.../gif/frog-1.jpg
Gar
http://animals.natio...es/1024/gar.jpg
Giant Snakehead
http://dbserver.fri.....asp?p=00000275
Goldfish
http://nottakingside...8/goldfish1.jpg
Guppy
http://www.breeding-...ages/guppy2.jpg
Killifish
http://media-2.web.b...04-4E094510.jpg
King Salmon
http://www.trulythef...lmon-49-640.jpg
Koi
http://ursispaltenst...rry_gilecki.jpg
Loach
http://www.brettb.co...AlgaeLoach2.jpg
Neon Tetra
http://static.howstu...on_tetra-16.jpg
Pale Chub
http://jamescard.net...ages/chub_s.jpg
Pike
http://www.trotterfi...s/Fish/Pike.jpg
Piranha
http://www.petfish.n...ha2_Joshu_t.jpg
Pond Smelt
http://users.bigpond...ropinna_sml.jpg
Popeyed Goldfish
http://img382.images...goldfishiw7.jpg
Rainbow Trout
http://health.utah.g.....rout fig2.jpg
Salmon
http://www.proteinpo...oho-salmon1.jpg
Stringfish
*Unable to get one*
Sweetfish
Yellow Perch
http://www.learnnc.o...ellow_perch.jpg


Ocean Fish

Barred Knifejaw
http://www.marinelif...sciatus-juv.jpg
Blue Marlin
http://www.fishingma...rlin_hawaii.jpg
Butterflyfish
http://www.whozoo.or...nBflyFwzb38.jpg
Clownfish
http://www.waterlife...s/clownfish.jpg
Coelacanth
http://animals.natio...th-swimming.jpg
Dab
http://upload.wikime...nda_limanda.jpg
Football Fish
http://2.bp.blogspot...ootbal_fish.JPG
Hammerhead Shark
http://www.bbc.co.uk...ark_465x310.jpg
Horse Mackerel
http://www.tritongro..... trachuru.jpg
Jellyfish
http://earthguide.uc...e/jellyfish.gif
Lobster
http://www.sealifegi...es/lobster1.jpg
Moray Eel
http://dicksandy.org...i...y eel 2.jpg
Napoleon fish
http://www.hku.hk/ec.../34-vert-1a.jpg
Ocean Sunfish
http://animals.natio...la-swimming.jpg
Octopus
http://www.greenexpa.../12/octopus.jpg
Olive Flounder
http://assets.espn.g...flounderFWC.jpg
Puffer Fish
http://www.thecutere...01187533810.jpg
Ray
http://leisureguy.fi...tingray_big.jpg
Red Snapper
http://oceanworld.ta...d_snapper_1.jpg
Sea Bass
http://www.growfish....er/Sea-bass.jpg
Sea Butterfly
http://media.npr.org...rctic/main4.jpg
Sea Horse
http://i112.photobuc...y4/SeaHorse.jpg
Shark
http://static.howstu...ite-shark-1.jpg
Squid
http://www.mbl.edu/n...rt_squid_sm.jpg
Surgeonfish
http://i.livescience...geonfish_09.jpg
Tuna
http://graphics8.nyt...una_600x306.jpg
Zebra Turkeyfish
http://www.aquaria.c.....rus zebra.jpg

Edited by Coolguy11, Feb 2 2009, 06:35 PM


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BUGS

Agrias Butterfly
http://www.dkimages....84/15000262.JPG
Ant
http://blog.makezine..._on_honey02.jpg
Atlas Beetle
http://chosetec.dark...atlas/atlas.jpg
Bagworm
http://www.ppdl.purd...s/bagworm2.jpeg
Banded Dragonfly
http://www.richard-s...ntDragonfly.jpg
Bee
http://www.physorg.c.../2005/1-bee.jpg
Bell Cricket
http://www.timwerx.n...umushi/semi.jpg
Birdwing
http://3.bp.blogspot.....+Birdwing.jpg
Brown Cicada
http://www.mongabay....an/kali9120.JPG
Centipede
http://entomology.un...es/gardncnt.jpg
Common Butterfly
http://www.anbg.gov....n-butterfly.jpg
Cricket
http://www.geocities...bug/cricket.jpg
Cyclommatus
http://godofinsects....mens/123_15.jpg
Darner Dragonfly
http://www.butterfly...6_dragonfly.jpg
Diving Beetle
http://www.scientifi...ving_beetle.jpg
Dung Beetle
http://www.naturepho...le-05a26002.jpg
Dynastid Beetle
http://www.malaeng.c...trypoxylus4.jpg
Elephant Beetle
http://i.dailymail.c...693_468x327.jpg
Emperor
http://www.dkimages..../739/127035.JPG
Evening Cicada
http://farm2.static...._0f2a2fefc2.jpg
Firefly
http://sarcasticgame.../02/firefly.jpg
Flea
http://blogs.thetime...8/05/flea-1.jpg
Fly
http://spikything.co...2007/07/fly.jpg
Fruit Beetle
http://botany.00serv...uit-beetle2.JPG
Giant Beetle
http://news.bbc.co.u...beetle1_300.jpg
Giant Petaltail
http://sparkleberrys...al080531blg.jpg
Golden Stag
http://www.brisbanei...es/PWC_8591.jpg
Goliath Beetle
http://www.nature-pi.....th Beetle.jpg
Grasshopper
http://www.idratherb...grasshopper.jpg
Hercules Beetle
http://www.dkimages....87/70001013.JPG
Honeybee
http://chat.carleton.../honeybee-1.jpg
Jewel Beetle
http://upload.wikime...)_In_Nature.PNG
Ladybug
http://api.ning.com/...ian_ladybug.jpg
Lantern Fly
http://waynesword.pa...es/lanfly5a.jpg
Long Locust
*looking for one*
Longhorn Beetle
http://www.inspectio.../wpeb4large.jpg
Mantis
http://www.clovisusd...%...ntis[1].jpg
Migratory Locust
http://www.dpi.qld.g...y-Adult-500.jpg
Miyama Stag
http://www.natural-j...emoratus_08.jpg
Mole Cricket
http://upload.wikime...e_cricket02.jpg
Monarch
http://newarklibrary..._butterfly1.jpg
Mosquito
http://www.cornellco...es/mosquito.jpg
Moth
http://entweb.clemso...xotic/moth1.jpg
Oak Silk Moth
http://nitro.biosci....ae/A_oculea.jpg
Orchid Mantis
http://www.spectacul...ges/orchid1.jpg
Peacock
http://srufaculty.sr...rfly_p-1586.gif
Pill Bug
http://citym.org/ue/pillbug.jpg
Pondskater
http://www.friendsof...skater_001a.jpg
Rainbow Stag
http://farm1.static...._87988d9f41.jpg
Raja Brooke
http://images.travel...9-butterfly.jpg
Red Dragonfly
http://www.worldwide.../DFM02red02.jpg
Robust Cicada
http://members.fortu...99/1e2b71c0.jpg
Saw Stag Beetle
http://natural-japan...clinatus_05.jpg
Scarab Beetle
http://www.junglewal...Beetle-2770.jpg
Scorpion
http://www.medtogo.c...es/scorpion.jpg
Snail
http://spaz.ca/wordp...7/06/snail1.JPG
Spider
http://www.aroundthe...es/s_spider.jpg
Tarantula
http://newsimg.bbc.c...arantula416.jpg
Tiger Butterfly
http://photos.somd.c...l-Butterfly.jpg
Violin Beetle
http://www.btinterne...aero/violin.jpg
Walker Cicada
http://farm4.static....6cff2e7.jpg?v=0
Walking Leaf
http://upload.wikime.../LeafInsect.jpg
Walkingstick
http://www.itsnature...alkingstick.jpg
Yellow Butterfly
http://www.videoscap...owButterfly.gif

Edited by Coolguy11, Apr 9 2009, 06:42 PM


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VIDEO SECTION

Here I will put videos of some of the more interesting bugs and fish. This way you can see and study them more clearly. They are also for your viewing pleasure of course.

Arapaima


Arowana


Blue Marlin


Coelacanth


Napoleon Fish


Piranha


Tarantula (RIP LITTLE MOUSE)
:(

Other Cool Animal Crossing videos!
http://www.youtube.c...heAnimalVillage
http://www.youtube.c...cityfolkjournal

Feel free to submit your own. Any video site is fine as long as it does not add viruses, etc.



Useful Websites about the Animal Crossing Fish/Bugs

Fish - http://accf.wikispaces.com/Fish
Bugs - http://accf.wikispaces.com/Bugs
*More coming soon*

Feel free to share other sites with information about the fish and bugs in the game.

Edited by Coolguy11, Apr 17 2009, 05:08 PM


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Guests

Put the times on there. Ex. noon-evening

Edited by STAINLESSSTEEL, Jan 27 2009, 09:07 PM


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architectwo

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This is going to be SO helpful, mind if i put a link in my FAQ thread?

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Coolguy11

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This is going to be SO helpful, mind if i put a link in my FAQ thread?

Feel free to if you want. ;)
Im still trying to decide if i should continue linking the pictures or put the actual pictures up to view. :P
Some are big though and might make it much longer and i see nothing wrong with clicking the ones you want to see.

Still deciding however. :)

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bart011p

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This is going to be SO helpful, mind if i put a link in my FAQ thread?

Feel free to if you want. ;)
Im still trying to decide if i should continue linking the pictures or put the actual pictures up to view. :P
Some are big though and might make it much longer and i see nothing wrong with clicking the ones you want to see.

Still deciding however. :)

THUMBNAILS!!!

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architectwo

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This topoic is so helpful!

This is SO not a friendly bump. *shifty eyes*

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Blackbreeze

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I found a picture of a dab (common dab): http://upload.wikime...nda_limanda.jpg.

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Abstain

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I found a picture of the goldfish.
Popeyed Goldfish
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It's very small though....

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Coolguy11

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Thank you BlackBreeze and STAINLESSSTEEL. Both pictures were added and im grateful that you provided them. :)

I will get to the bugs eventually as ive been busy as of now. :P

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Ferry

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Something interesting I found out. Go to google images and type in 'angler fish' or 'blackdevil angler fish'
isn't it familiar?

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Blackbreeze

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Something interesting I found out. Go to google images and type in 'angler fish' or 'blackdevil angler fish'
isn't it familiar?

Football fish are a type of angler fish.

Edited by Blackbreeze, Feb 2 2009, 06:20 PM


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Ferry

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Something interesting I found out. Go to google images and type in 'angler fish' or 'blackdevil angler fish'
isn't it familiar?

Football fish are a type of angler fish.

Ok :P
Anyway, for the AC type of squids I thinke these pictures are more appropriate.
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Kush Gohan  

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Finally we have a topic for it but its too late I've catch them all bugs and fish *cry*

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Best. Guide. Evar. Nice job Mike ;).

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Well, Nsider has been down for 2 days. I was a little sad but i can always find some way to make the best of things. Thats when i decided to start updating the bug information into the database while Nsider is down. Took hours, but i got it finished. XD

So, finally i have completed the bugs' sections. Now we have the complete database of bugs and fish. Maybe later i might add times but its very complicated to do so. For now you can use this thread to help you find the specific bugs you need and know what months they come out.

You can also view the fish and bugs in real life! Enjoy seeing what your favorite bug/fish in the game looks like in real life! Dont forget i also have some videos for your entertainment!

So i now give you... THE ANIMAL CROSSING CITY FOLK FISH/BUG DATABASE! :D
Enjoy!

<(O_O<) <YAY!)

Edited by Coolguy11, Apr 9 2009, 07:06 PM


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Added a new video to the video section. Tarantula! This one is sad and we all should feel VERY sorry for the mouse. I almost cried for it. :(

May he rest in peace. Curse spiders...never really liked them. They are so cruel to innocent creatures. ;_;



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Ferry

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Added a new video to the video section. Tarantula! This one is sad and we all should feel VERY sorry for the mouse. I almost cried for it. :(

May he rest in peace. Curse spiders...never really liked them. They are so cruel to innocent creatures. ;_;


O_O
Well.... Tarantula's have to eat too you know?
But still... poor mouse..




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