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The Rosalia batesi beetle (ルリボシカミキリ, Ruriboshikamikiri) is a bug that first appeared in New Horizons.

Capture quotes

"I caught a rosalia batesi beetle! That’s easier to do than say!" —New Horizons

Donation to the museum

In New Horizons

When either donating to the museum or selecting "Tell me more about this!", Blathers the curator will say (with abhorrence):

"The rosalia batesi beetle is a type of longhorn beetle, so named for the long antenna upon its head. But did you know that longhorn beetles often grow antenna LONGER than their very own bodies, wot wot? As if this weren't odious enough, look closely and you will find these antenna...are covered in tufts of hair! Best not look closely, I say."


Encyclopedia information

New Horizons

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Encyclopedia Information
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"I caught a rosalia batesi beetle! That’s easier to do than say!"
Current Active Hours All day
Months active (north) May - September
Months active (south) November - March



Gallery

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Further information

Rosaliabatesibeetlereallife.jpg

Rosalia is a genus of longhorn beetles which bore into hardwood. While they are considered pests in commercially grown plantations and in wooden buildings, they are also admired for their beautiful blue and black bodies. The species featured in game, Rosalia batesi is endemic to Japan.

In other languages

Rosalia batesi beetle
Language Name
Japan Japanese ルリボシカミキリ Ruriboshi kamikiri
France French Rosalia batesi
Spain Spanish Escarabajo rosalia batesi
Germany German Alpenbock
Italy Italian Coleottero rosalia batesi
The Netherlands Dutch Alpenboktor
Russia Russian Розалия Rozaliya
China Chinese 琉璃星天牛 Liúlíxīngtiānniú
South Korea Korean 루리하늘소 Rurihaneulso


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