Beautifly

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Bug
Flying
Beautifly
アゲハント Agehanto
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Butterfly Pokémon
Pokédex
National
267
Hoenn
Sinnoh
Unova
Kalos
Alola
Ability Gender
Swarm
Rivalry (Dream World)
50% ♀
50% ♂
Pokédex color Egg groups
Yellow Unknown
Weight Height
62.6 lbs ??? 3'03" ???
Body style Footprint
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Cry
Azurilland Pokédex
HP Attack Defense
60 70 50
Sp. Attack Sp. Defense Speed
90 50 65
Total
385


Beautifly (Japanese: アゲハント Agehanto) is a Bug/Flying-type Pokémon introduced in Generation III It learns Absorb, despite it being a Bug/Flying-type (a usual, more expected move would have been Leech Life). It can be quite aggressive despite its looks; it stabs prey with its long narrow mouth to suck the fluids from their body. Beautifly was introduced in Generation III as an evolved form of Silcoon. Its basic form (Wurmple) is quite common in the beginning of Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald. A known trainer with Beautifly is May. Jessie wanted a Beautifly, but got a Dustox instead.

Appearance

Beautifly is a black-colored butterfly-like Pokémon. It has the black helmet-like head extended on its head. It has large dark blue eyes, it face are pure white in color. Beautifly's body has white stubby, fingerless limbs with a white egg-shaped underside. Its wings are very large and colorful as yellow, blue and red spots. The lower part of the wings have pointy horns and long extensions.

Evolution

Beautifly evolves from Silcoon when it reaches Level 10. and is one of the two final evolutions for Wrumple.

Game info

Game locations

Version(s) Location Rarity
Ruby/ Sapphire Evolve Silcoon None
Emerald Evolve Silcoon None
FireRed/ LeafGreen Trade None
Diamond/ Pearl Routes 224 and 230, Eterna Forest (Diamond only) Common
Platinum Routes 205, 224, 229, Eterna Forest Rare
HeartGold/SoulSilver Bug-Catching Contest (after obtaining National Pokédex) Rare
Black/White Evolve Silcoon (White only) None

Side game locations

Game(s) Location
Pokémon Trozei! Endless Level 19
Forever Level 19
Pair Trozei
Mr. Who's Den
Red Rescue Team & Blue Rescue Team Evolve Silcoon
Explorers of Time & Explorers of Darkness Mt. Horn (1F-2F, 4F-5F, 7F-8F,10F-11F, 13F-14F)
Lush Prairie (1F-5F)
Midnight Forest (B1F-B24F)
Pokémon Ranger Olive Jungle


Pokédex entries

Generations I - II
Beautifly did not appear during the Generation I - II games.
Ruby
Beautifly's favorite food is the sweet pollen of flowers. If you want to see this Pokémon, just leave a potted flower by an open window. Beautifly is sure to come looking for pollen.
Sapphire
Beautifly has a long mouth like a coiled needle, which is very convenient for collecting pollen from flowers. This Pokémon rides the spring winds as it flits around gathering pollen.
Emerald
Its colorfully patterned wings are its most prominent feature. It flies through flower-covered fields collecting pollen. It attacks ferociously when angered.
FireRed
Despite its appearance, it has an aggressive nature. It attacks by jabbing with its long, thin mouth.
LeafGreen
Despite its appearance, it has an aggressive nature. It attacks by jabbing with its long, thin mouth.
Diamond
It has an aggressive nature. It stabs prey with its long, narrow mouth to drain the prey's fluids.
Pearl
When flower fields bloom, it flits around, collecting pollen. Despite its appearance, it is savage.
Platinum
Despite its looks, it is aggressive. It jabs with its long, thin mouth if disturbed while collecting pollen.
HeartGold
Vibrantly patterned wings are its prominent feature. It sucks sweet flower nectar with its long mouth.
SoulSilver
Vibrantly patterned wings are its prominent feature. It sucks sweet flower nectar with its long mouth.
Black
Despite its looks, it is aggressive. It jabs with its long, thin mouth if disturbed while collecting pollen.
White
Despite its looks, it is aggressive. It jabs with its long, thin mouth if disturbed while collecting pollen.
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