There are many different types of insects that islanders can catch in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Insects can be found in various places, such as on trees, flowers or stumps, on the beach, and even on villagers. The availability of different bugs depends on the hemisphere, season, time of day, and even weather you choose. However, there are insect species that are always worth more Bells than others.
The inhabitants of Animal Crossing catch worms with a net, which can be made or purchased at Nook's Cranny. If players do not wish to keep their prey to themselves, they can be gifted Blathers at the Museum, sold at Nook's, or given to the villagers as pets. Alternatively, players can save their mistakes for Flick, a red chameleon who visits the islands. Flick is an insect lover who can be entrusted with the task of creating an insect model to decorate an island if he is presented with three of the same insects. In addition, Flick pays 150% of the normal error value on its visits.
There are 80 different species of insects in New Horizons, and some are rarer than others. It is for the benefit of players to catch as many different species of insects as possible for the museum and fill the insect page in the Critterpedia app on NookPhone. Residents who manage to catch all 80 species will be rewarded with the DIY Golden Web recipe. However, if players want to sell their catch to Bells to finance other parts of their islands, there are certain Animal Crossing bug species that are more profitable.
Species of insects exceeding animals that sell on most clocks
The insects at Animal Crossing: New Horizons come in a wide range of prices. For example, the cheapest creatures are cicada shells and flies, which give residents 10 Bells and 60 Bells respectively. However, most bugs sell for a few hundred bells. However, a few rare species of insects can sell for much more.
The New Horizons creatures worth the most Bells are the Horned Hercules, the Giraffe the Deer and the Golden Deer. These insects are sold at Nook's Cranny for 12,000 bells each, much more than most other species at ACNH. And because Flick is willing to pay high prices for mistakes, if players can keep half of these species until he visits their island, they'll earn as much as 18,000 rings for each mistake. Animal Crossing: New Horizons players in the Northern Hemisphere can find all three creatures in the trees from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. to receive huge Animal Crossing Bells payouts by the end of August.