Animal crossing: new horizons

How to catch the leaf that walks in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

It’s a new month Animal Crossing: New Horizons, which means new bugs to catch. People in the Northern Hemisphere can now get the walking sheet. This is one of the most beautiful bugs in the game and will be honored at the Blathers Museum. The little guy seems to be made of leaves, an excellent camouflage method. It is only worth 600 bells to the Nook shop, which is not the lowest price for a bug but does not exactly a big source of income.

The Walking Leaf can be captured at any time of the day or night, from July to August in the northern hemisphere, and from January to March in the southern hemisphere.

If you put it back to Balthers, you will get the following dialog. “What fraud! Which can! The leaf that works is, in fact, the even incarnation of a lie! This Master Méditis looks like a tree sheet even in the smallest detail. In fact, this bug is known to swing back and forth while walking… Just for it to look like a leaf blown by the wind! And the fake works! These insects look so much like leaves that even leaf eater insects nibble them! Liah liars, indeed!

So, to recap quickly:

Northern hemisphere

  • Found from July to August
  • At any time of the day or night
  • Can be found near trees and will be disguised as a piece of furniture
  • Worth 600 bells

Southern hemisphere

Maple Leaf Guide | Animal Crossing New Horizons

  • Found from January to March
  • Can be captured at any time, day and night
  • Found on trees, disguised as a piece of furniture
  • Worth 600 bells