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Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the fish and insects of September

Let's officially say goodbye to summer, September has arrived and with it the new fish and insects (and sea creatures) that will be catchable in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Monthly appointment with our Animal Crossing: New Horizons wildlife expansion (or reduction) guide. The summer is practically over, as is the string of summer events that Nintendo had prepared for the players of its current spearhead. From the fireworks festival to the Volpolo lottery, lour island has been colored and decorated with new objects, clothes and consumables. But September is coming, and so it's time to say goodbye to the evenings on the beach to welcome the falling leaves and the darkening trees. And, even finally we would dare to say, there will also be welcome news for those who play in the southern hemisphere. You have not been forgotten by God Nintendo, rest assured. 



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Before leaving with our guide on the fish and insects (and sea creatures) of September in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, we remind you that here on Holygamerz you can find the review of the latest Nintendo effort. You can also find a long series of guides on the title, for example how to build stairs to climb to the top, how to jump and travel in time, how to plant star trees, how to make a bunch of stars with turnips, our guide to colors of the various balloons, how to use the shooting stars and our guide for Pasqualo and the mermaid set and much, much more. Also find guides for what Florindo and Volpolo sell, above all, how to poop. You can also see what the fish and insects were last month, August, at this link! Let's proceed, shipped, away! 



The Fishes of the Northern Hemisphere - Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the fish and insects of September 

Below is the list of fish additions in the Northern Hemisphere: 

  • Northern Pike: you can catch it at any time of day in the rivers;
  • Japanese salmon: you can fish it from 16 to 9 in the rivers (those positioned higher, however); 
  • Salmerino Alpino: you can fish it from 16 to 9 in the rivers (positioned at the top); 
  • Golden Trout: you can fish it from 16 to 9 in the rivers (positioned at the top); 
  • Salmon: you can catch it at any time of day at the mouths of rivers; 
  • Royal Salmon: you can catch it at any time of day at the mouths of rivers; 
  • Gloved Crab: you can catch it from 16pm to 9am in rivers; 
  • Sturgeon: you can catch it at any time of day at the mouths of rivers. 

The Insects of the Northern Hemisphere - Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the fish and insects of September 

Below is the list of additions among insects in the Northern Hemisphere: 

  • Common Butterfly: welcome return, you can catch it in flight from 4 to 19; 
  • Yellow Butterfly: this is also a return, you can catch it in flight from 4 to 19; 
  • Monarch butterfly: you can catch it in flight from 4 to 17; 
  • Cricket: you can catch him ashore from 17 to 8; 
  • Suzumishi: you can catch him ashore from 17 to 8; 
  • Red dragonfly: you can catch it in flight from 8 to 19; 
  • Carabo Violino: you can catch it on cut tree trunks, at any time of day; 
  • Pig of Earth: you can catch it by hitting the rocks from 23pm to 4am; 
  • Centopiedi: you can catch it by hitting the rocks at 16pm to 23pm. 



The Sea Creatures of the Northern Hemisphere - Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the fish and insects of September 

Below is the list of additions to marine creatures in the Northern Hemisphere: 

  • Nautilus: you can catch it from 16 to 9, the shadow will be of medium speed; 
  • Turban Snail: you can catch it at any time of day, the shadow will be of slow speed;
  • Oyster: you can capture it at any time of day, the shadow will be of medium speed; 
  • Octopus Umbrella: you can catch it at any time of day, the shadow will be fast; 
  • Northern Shrimp: you can catch it from 16 to 9, the shadow will be of slow speed. 

And now let's move on to the southern hemisphere! 

Finally, in September the southern hemisphere also returns to be the protagonist, a bit abandoned to itself in recent months due to the cyclical nature of fish and insects in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Soon it will be the northern ones to stop, while the southern ones will continue to grow. Let's find out together! 


Southern Hemisphere Fishes - Animal Crossing: New Horizons, September fish and insects 

Below is the list of fish additions in the southern hemisphere: 

  • Tadpole: you can fish it at any time of day in the lakes; 
  • Cobite: you can catch it at any time of day in the rivers; 
  • Ishidai: you can fish it at any time of day at sea; 
  • Golden Trout: you can fish it from 16 to 9 in the rivers (positioned at the top); 
  • Japanese salmon: you can fish it from 16 to 9 in the rivers (positioned at the top); 
  • Salmerino Alpino: you can fish it from 16 to 9 in the rivers (positioned at the top); 


The Insects of the Southern Hemisphere - Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the fish and insects of September 

Below is the list of additions among insects in the southern hemisphere: 

  • Yellow Butterfly: you can catch it in flight from 4 to 19; 
  • Tiger Butterfly: you can catch it in flight from 4 to 19; 
  • Butterfly Vanessa me: you can catch it in flight on hybrid flowers from 4 to 19;
  • Mantis: you can catch it on flowers from 8 to 17; 
  • Mantide Orchidea: you can catch it on white flowers from 8 to 17; 
  • Worker bee: you can catch it in flight from 8 to 17; 
  • CIMIC: you can catch it at any time of day on flowers; 
  • Catacanthus: you can catch it on flowers from 19pm to 8am; 
  • Ladybug: you can catch it on flowers from 8pm to 17am; 

The Sea Creatures of the Southern Hemisphere - Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the fish and insects of September 

Below is the list of additions to marine creatures in the southern hemisphere: 

  • Nautilus: you can catch it from 16 to 9, the shadow will be of medium speed; 
  • Turban Snail: you can catch it at any time of day, the shadow will be of slow speed;
  • Giant crab of Japan: you can catch it at any time of day, the shadow will be fast; 
  • Octopus Umbrella: you can catch it at any time of day, the shadow will be fast; 
  • Firefly Squid: you can catch it at any time of day, the shadow will have a slow speed. 

Good hunting! 

This concludes this short guide on the fish and insects (and sea creatures) added in Animal Crossing: New Horizons for the month of September. What do you think about it? Are you still playing Nintendo's latest effort? Write it to us below in the comments, we will continue to keep you updated with all the news (and guides) on videogame and tech! 

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