The month of June in Animal Crossing signifies the Summer season, and you have the chance to catch a Mosquito. Catching these little insects is relatively easy once you know the right way.
These insects come out at night and bite you, but you can catch them once you are ready. Here is our guide that will help you to catch a Mosquito in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. So let’s get started.
Animal Crossing New Horizons: How to Catch a Mosquito
Unlike fireflies, mosquitoes are available for more than one month. They are available from June to September in the Northern Hemisphere, and for the Southern Hemisphere, they are available from December to March.
Even Though they fly around and are very small, it’s not that difficult to spot them. They are only available from 5:00 PM to 4:00 AM and sell for 130 bells, so they not very useful if you are catching them for the money.
Finding them is not so difficult as they are not very rare, but they see you instead and bite your character. When the fireflies bite, you’ll get a notification; also, they are located near the green grass and the flowers, so finding them should not be a problem. Be careful of the mosquitoes and catch them before they try to bite the character.
Can Mosquitoes Bite?
The simple answer to this question is yes, and they can bite your character. Before they bite, you will get notifications three times. There is not much harm if you get bitten from a mosquito, unlike scorpions or wasp. But the main problem will arrive if you are busy fishing. While fishing, if they bite you, you can’t catch a fish. So it is important for you to catch them before they bite and interrupt fishing.
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