February is the best time to catch Cicada Shells in ACNH

Players can now add Cicada Shells to their collection in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Capturing bugs has always been a huge part of the tropical island experience. The player can choose whether to sell these bugs to earn some extra ACNH Bells, display them, or submit them to Blather’s Museum. Certain bugs, however, only spawn at specified seasons of the year. While it is possible to modify the game’s date at any time by going into the system settings on the Nintendo Switch, most Animal Crossing players prefer to wait until bugs appear naturally in the game. Waiting around to see what new stuff is accessible in real-time is part of the fascination.

In the case of the Cicada Shell, this is a bug that only appears for a short period of time. Players in Animal Crossing: New Horizons can choose from a variety of seasons. This choice will have a direct impact on the creatures that appear on the player’s island during the year. The spawn dates of the Cicada Shell in the northern and southern hemispheres are quite different. Fortunately, this bug species is common, so you won’t have to worry if it shows up.

From July to August, the Cicada Shell will only spawn in the northern hemisphere. From January until February, this problem will affect gamers in the Southern Hemisphere. On the bright side, they have the opportunity to spawn at any time of day. They’ll only show up on the sides of trees to rest. It has the ability to flee if the player runs too fast or gets too close without catching it. There are, thankfully, simpler ways to cause the Cicada Shell to spawn.

How to find Cicada Shells

Players should use their Animal Crossing: New Horizons Nook Miles to go to another island. Players will be able to access smaller islands with loads of rich resources after they acquire access to Nook Island Tours. It’s a frequent technique for bringing in new villagers to the island. Bugs are more likely to spawn near one another because the islands are so small. There’s no need to scour the entire island for a Cicada Shell, as there is on the mainland.

It’s a popular bug that sells for 10 Bells at Nook’s Cranny, and because it only spawns at particular periods of the year, players should concentrate on catching multiples. It will be easy to trap more bugs around the island if you create a golden net. It’s a top-of-the-line DIY recipe that’ll help you make more durable equipment. The addition of it to Blather’s collection also adds to the museum’s exhibits.

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