To complete your museum collection in Animal Crossing New Horizons, you’ll need to collect all available bugs and fish in the game. Here’s a list of all the new bugs, fish, and deep-sea creatures being added to Animal Crossing New Horizons in July.
- For more upcoming Animal Crossing events, check out our guide on the Animal Crossing New Horizons Fireworks Show.
Animal Crossing New Horizons: July Bugs
There are no new bugs added to Southern Hemisphere islands in July. The following are new additions to Northern Hemisphere islands:
- Blue weevil beetle
- Brown cicada
- Cicada shell
- Cyclommatus stag
- Earth-boring dung beetle
- Evening cicada
- Giant cicada
- Giant stag
- Giraffe stag
- Golden stag
- Horned atlas
- Horned dynastid
- Horned elephant
- Horned Hercules
- Miyama stag
- Robust cicada
- Saw stag
- Scarab beetle
- Walking leaf
- Walking stick
After July, the Honeybee will be leaving the list of available bugs to catch, so catch it for your collection whilst you can.
Animal Crossing New Horizons: July Fish
The following fish are new to Northern Hemisphere islands in July, there are no new additions to Southern Hemisphere Islands.
- Blue marlin
- Ocean sunfish
- Puffer fish
The Tadpole will be leaving the Northern Hemisphere islands this July.
- Read our guide on Happy Home Paradise tips for tips on designing island homes in the new animal crossing DLC.
Animal Crossing New Horizons: July Deep-Sea Creatures
There are no new deep-sea creatures added to Southern Hemisphere islands, for the Northern Hemisphere are the following additions:
- Giant Isopod
- Horseshoe Crab
- Moon Jellyfish
Seaweed will be leaving Northern Hemisphere islands in July, in the Southern Hemisphere, Abalone and Lobster will be leaving.
- Now you have your list of new fish, read our guide on all fish selling prices and how to find them.