New bugs arriving in July in Animal Crossing New Horizons

Are you looking for a list of new bugs arriving in July in Animal Crossing New Horizons? We have the complete list of bugs to look forward to in July for players in the Northern Hemisphere. If you’re in the Southern Hemisphere, you have nothing to worry about, because there are no new July bugs in your region. You won’t even have to leave your island for most of these bugs, though you might want to use some Nook Miles for the Palm Tree specific ones.

New Bugs Arriving in July in Animal Crossing New Horizons

Twenty-one new bugs are arriving in July for Animal Crossing New Horizons players in the Northern Hemisphere. The number of new bugs coming in July is more than 25% of all bugs in the game! Find our breakdown of all the new July bugs by their locations down below. We also provide the active hours that you can find them during the day. 

New Ground Bugs in July

The following two bugs are new in July, and you can find them anywhere on the ground. You’ll notice the Earth-boring Dung Beetle is unique as it’s one of the few beetles caught on the ground instead of on trees.

  • Grasshopper: 8 am – 5 pm
  • Earth-boring Dung Bettle: all-day

New Tree Bugs in July

You can find any of the following bugs on trees during July in ACNH. The complete list of new tree bugs for July is:

  • Brown Cicada: 8 am – 5 pm
  • Robust Cicada: 8 am – 5 pm
  • Giant Cicada: 8 am – 5 pm
  • Evening Cicada: 4 am- 8 am, 4 pm – 7 pm
  • Scarab Beetle: 11 pm – 8 am
  • Giant Stag: 11 pm – 8 am
  • Horned Dynastid: 5 pm – 8 am
  • Walking Stick: 4 am – 8 am, 5 pm – 7 pm
  • Cicada Shell: all-day
  • Saw Stag: all-day
  • Miyama Stag: all-day

New Palm Tree Bugs in July

The following eight bugs you can only find on Palm Trees starting in July. 

  • Cyclommatus Stag: 5 pm – 8 am
  • Giraffe Stag: 5 pm – 8 am
  • Horned Atlas: 5 pm – 8 am
  • Horned Hercules: 5 pm – 8 am
  • Golden Stag: 5 pm – 8 am
  • Horned Elephant: 5 pm – 8 am
  • Blue Weevil Beetle: all-day
  • Walking Leaf: all-day

Be on the lookout for the Walking Leaf in July. It disguises itself as a piece of furniture to try and trick you. See if you can spot it in the image below!

In case you want to know how much each of these bugs sells for, check out our Animal Crossing New Horizons bug prices list. That will give you an idea as to which ones are worth keeping and which ones are not. You might also find it useful as a reference for knowing which bugs are available during which times and seasons. Good luck filling up that Critterpedia!