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ButterfreeGigantamax Butterfree

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It collects honey every day. It rubs honey onto the hairs on its legs to carry it back to its nest.

In battle, it flaps its wings at great speed to release highly toxic dust into the air.

Once it has opponents trapped in a tornado that could blow away a 10-ton truck, it finishes them off with its poisonous scales.

Crystallized Gigantamax energy makes up this Pokémon’s blindingly bright and highly toxic scales.

Versions:

  • Height3' 07"
  • Weight70.5 lbs
  • Gender
CloseAbility Info

Compound Eyes

The Pokémon's compound eyes boost its accuracy.

  • Height55' 09"+
  • Weight????.? lbs
  • Gender
CloseAbility Info

Compound Eyes

The Pokémon's compound eyes boost its accuracy.

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Beautifly (Pokémon)

Beautifly (Japanese: アゲハントAgehunt) is a dual-type Bug/FlyingPokémon introduced in Generation III.

It evolves from Silcoon starting at level 10. It is one of Wurmple's final forms, the other being Dustox.

Biology

Beautifly is a butterfly-like Pokémon with two pairs of wings. It has large blue eyes and black antennae with rounded tips. Its face, underside, and four stubby limbs are gray, while the rest of its body is black. The main body of its wings are black with large, yellow markings, and smaller red and blue markings. The upper pair of wings are larger and have a line of yellow along the top edge, while each of the lower wings has a long, round-tipped extension on the bottom. The female's wings have smaller red spots than the male's.

Beautifly has a long and curled black proboscis that it uses to drain bodily fluids from its prey. Additionally, this aggressive Pokémon will jab at foes with its proboscis if it is disturbed while collecting pollen. Beautifly is easily recognized by the colorful pattern on its wings. Its favorite food is nectar. The preferred habitats of a Beautifly are forests.

In the anime

Main series

Major appearances

May's Beautifly

In Seeing is Believing, May's Silcoon evolved into a Beautifly. From then on, it was used in many Pokémon Contests during May's Hoennjourney. It was eventually left at the Petalburg Gym after May competed in the Hoenn Grand Festival. Beautifly briefly rejoined May's team in The Unbeatable Lightness of Seeing!, and again to participate in the Wallace Cup during Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl.

Aaron's Beautifly

In A Trainer and Child Reunion!, Aaron's Wurmple was revealed to have evolved into a Beautifly after the two reunited.

Other

In All Things Bright and Beautifly!, Janet used a Beautifly for the Rustboro CityContest. Passing through the Battle Stage, it reached the final round, where it went up against Chaz's Venomoth and won, earning Janet the Rustboro Ribbon. This Beautifly inspired May to become a Coordinator and catch her own Wurmple.

In The Blue Badge of Courage, Sakura used a Beautifly to help Misty stop the thieves stealing her GymBadge supply.

In Arceus and the Jewel of Life, Kiko used a Beautifly in a Tag Battle against Ash's Pikachu and Dawn's Piplup, where it worked alongside Kato's Heracross.

In PK18, Pikachu and his friends collided into multiple Beautifly during an airborne chase. Out of anger, they caused a strong wind that blew everyone in different directions.

In Goodbye, Friend!, Ash and Goh witnessed multiple Beautifly evolving from Silcoon. They reappeared in a flashback in Getting More Than You Battled For!.

Minor appearances

Beautifly debuted in Get the Show on the Road!.

A Beautifly appeared in A Tail with a Twist.

Multiple Beautifly appeared in A Bite to Remember.

Two Beautifly appeared in the opening sequence of Jirachi: Wish Maker.

In a flashback in Love, Petalburg Style!, it was revealed that Norman proposed to Caroline in a meadow full of Beautifly.

A Beautifly appeared in a fantasy in The Right Place and the Right Mime.

A Coordinator's Beautifly appeared in What I Did for Love!.

In Mounting a Coordinator Assault!, a Coordinator's Beautifly was used in the Performance Stage of the JubilifeContest.

A Coordinator's Beautifly appeared in Getting the Pre-Contest Titters!.

Multiple Beautifly appeared in The Rise of Darkrai.

In Riding the Winds of Change, Officer Jenny and Nurse Joy used a Beautifly to repel a Gligar away from the city.

Multiple Beautifly appeared in Zoroark: Master of Illusions.

In Genesect and the Legend Awakened, multiple Beautifly were living in Pokémon Hills.

A Beautifly appeared in a fantasy in Best Friend...Worst Nightmare!, when Goh explained why he caught three Wurmple.

Multiple Beautifly appeared in a fantasy in Goodbye, Friend!.

In Trade, Borrow, and Steal!, a Beautifly was part of Kricketina Kylie's Bug-type Pokémon collection, as shown in her Rotom Phone.

Pokédex entries

EpisodePokémonSourceEntry
AG013BeautiflyAsh's Pokédex Beautifly, the Butterfly Pokémon. Beautifly have long, thin noses which can extend to suck the pollen out of flowers.
AG028BeautiflyMay's Pokédex Beautifly, the Butterfly Pokémon. Beautifly is the evolved form of Silcoon. It loves sweet pollen and riding the spring breeze from flower to flower.
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DP076BeautiflyDawn's Pokédex Beautifly, the Butterfly Pokémon, and the evolved form of Silcoon. When flowers are in full bloom, Beautifly fly about, gathering pollen.
EpisodePokémonSourceEntry
JN022BeautiflyGoh's Rotom Phone Beautifly, the Butterfly Pokémon. A Bug and Flying type. Beautifly is recognized by the distinctive colorful pattern on its wings. Sweet flower nectar is its favorite food.

Pokémon Generations

In The Cavern, a wild Beautifly was flying away from a storm that PrimalKyogre was creating.

In the manga

Ash & Pikachu

Main article: May's Beautifly

May owns a Beautifly in Ash & Pikachu similar to the anime.

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

A Beautifly appeared in a fantasy in JNM01.

In JNM07, multiple Beautifly evolved from Silcoon. Additional Beautifly appeared in a fantasy.

Pokémon Adventures

In Creepin Past Cacnea, a wild Beautifly battled alongside a Duskull, Wingull, Volbeat, and Cacnea against Norman, but they were quickly defeated by his Pokémon.

Winona's Beautifly debuted in Master Class with Masquerain.

A Beautifly appeared in Deprogramming Porygon-Z, under the ownership of a Bug Catcher.

Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure!

In Dialga's Secret Keys, Galactic GruntB-2 used a Beautifly to fight Hareta.

In the TCG

Main article: Beautifly (TCG)

Game data

Pokédex entries

This Pokémon was unavailable prior to Generation III.
Generation IIIHoenn
#016
Kanto
#—
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.
FireRedDespite its appearance, it has an aggressive nature. It attacks by jabbing with its long, thin mouth.
LeafGreen
Generation IVSinnoh
#050
Johto
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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.
HeartGoldVibrantly patterned wings are its prominent feature. It sucks sweet flower nectar with its long mouth.
SoulSilver
Generation VUnova
#—
BlackDespite its looks, it is aggressive. It jabs with its long, thin mouth if disturbed while collecting pollen.
White
Black 2Despite its looks, it is aggressive. It jabs with its long, thin mouth if disturbed while collecting pollen.
White 2
Generation VIKalos
#—
Hoenn
#016
X Vibrantly patterned wings are its prominent feature. It sucks sweet flower nectar with its long mouth.
Y It has an aggressive nature. It stabs prey with its long, narrow mouth to drain the prey's fluids.
Omega 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.
Alpha 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.

Game locations

This Pokémon was unavailable prior to Generation III.
Generation IV
MD TimeMD Darkness
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1) Butterfree

Butterflies and moths are just as prolific as dogs, cats and birds. However, do you think you know your butterflies as well as your dogs? Today, we explore the butterfly and moth pokemon today!

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Butterfree is the original butterfly. That one bug that evolves from that other bug that no one wants after just a few levels. For a lot of us, butterfree was probably the first pokemon that we have had evolved. For such a common pokemon, it makes sense that will be based on a pretty common butterfly right? Well yeah. Butterfree’s white wings and dark body really connects it with the cabbage white butterfly (Pieris rapae):

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These white butterflies are a very common garden species that is found throughout the world. The dark veins in butterfree’s wings also makes it look kind of like a black-veined white (Aporia crataegi):

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Venomoth is one of the biggest trolls in pokemon. Looking at its English name and its physical build, venomoth looks like a large purple moth such as an elephant hawk-moth (Deilephila elpinor):

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HOWEVER, looking at the distinct wings and the Japanese name “Morphon”, it’s pretty clear that venomoth is supposed to be based on butterflies in the genus Morpho:

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Morpho butterflies are some of the most iconic rainforest species from the Amazon. These butterflies are very large and most of them possess iridescent blue wings above while having cryptic coloring underneath. Venomoth’s shiny coloring is blue as well, which basically connects this butterfly with venomoth.

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Beautifly is easily the most beautiful butterfly pokemon. Everything about it just looks really nice from its coiled proboscis to its decorated wings.I really like beautifly, but it’s a shame that it isn’t very usable. The basis for beautifully is pretty obvious though. Beautifly is based off of the Papilionidae family of butterflies that are more commonly known as swallowtails:

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Swallowtails are pretty common butterflies that are known for the wing extensions on their lower wing portions. Some of the more common species in North America include the black and yellow tiger swallowtails.

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The opposite of the pretty pretty beautifly in 3rd gen is the pudgy dustox. It’s a green and purple moth that’s actually a moth this time. Looking at dustox, it has a short furry body and short furry antennae as well. these traits are very common in larger moth species such as the moon moths. However, the pointed head and short ragged wings makes dustox look more like a species of sphinx moth (genus Proserpinus):

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Sphinx moths (also know as hawk moths) are some of the most interesting moths. Their tufted, bullet-shaped bodies and distinct wings makes them look like small birds when they are flying.

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Volcarona is a powerful bug that has been touted as a sun god. With its silvery-furred body and large flaming wings, volcarona’s body structure resembles a silk worm moth of some kind. However, do silk worm moths come in red or orange? Being the largest butterfly/ moth pokemon, Bulba believes that it may be based off on atlas or Cecropia moth. These moths, however, have hooked wingtips and patterned wings. A large moth with a more uniform red is the Ceanothus silk moth (Hyalophora euryalus):

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These moths are some of the largest species in North America and are actually more closely related to the moon moths than the atlas or goliath moths.

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Vivillon’s main gimmick is the fact that its wing pattern is different depending on the region where it was born as a scatterbug. Are there real butterflies that also have this sort of variation? Yeas there are! However, this type of variation is more due to mimicry rather than region. Meet the Numata Longwing (Heliconia numata):

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Numata longwings are a species of longwing butterflies from South America, this species has an extensive range and are known for the variation it exhibits in its win pattern. The reason for this variation is due to mullerian mimicry. Mullerian mimicry is a form of mimicry where both the mimicker and the mimicked are undesirable, therefore reinforcing the trait as undesirable, The trait in question is the bright wing patterns. What interesting about the numata longwing though is that it has evolved to mimic multiple different species. Looking at the photo from above, all the butterflies on the left are numata longwing. They are all the same species. On the right are seven different species of longwing butterflies in the Melinea genus. The range of the Melinea butterflies aren’t as extensive as that of the numata longwing. However, wherever a Melinea species and a numata longwing happen to share range, the numata longwing populations there have evolved the same color pattern as the Melinea species. Now that’s efficient mimicry!

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Butterfree (Pokémon)

Butterfree (Japanese: バタフリーButterfree) is a dual-type Bug/FlyingPokémon introduced in Generation I.

It evolves from Metapod starting at level 10. It is the final form of Caterpie.

Butterfree has a Gigantamax form.

Biology

Butterfree is a Pokémon which resembles a vaguely anthropomorphic butterfly with a purple body. Unlike true insects, it only has two body segments and four light blue legs. The upper pair of legs resemble small, three-fingered hands, while the lower pair resembles long, digit-less feet. Butterfree has two black antennae, a light blue snout with two fangs underneath, and large, red compound eyes. The red compound eyes at a closer look are reveled to be myriad of tiny eyes. Its two pairs of wings are white with black venation. Two oval scales on a female Butterfree's lower wings are black, but they are white on a male.

The wings of Butterfree are coated with poisonous scales that easily fall off continuously as it flies. If inhaled, it results in several status conditions. It will defend Caterpie from bird Pokémon using this powder. This powder also repels water, enabling it to gather honey even in the rain. Butterfree can use its sensitive antenna to detect the odors of blooming flowers six miles (ten kilometers) from its nest in search of nectar, which it carries with the hairs of its legs. Sometimes, it has territorial disputes with Cutiefly over fields of flowers. It also consumes sap from trees pierced by Heracross, as seen in the anime. Butterfree is found in temperate forests and jungles, but it has also been observed flying near the ocean as part of its migratory breeding pattern.

As Gigantamax Butterfree, its size increases to gigantic length with an altered look. The wings and the patterns on them change to a light and dark green color with hints of white. The antennae change to bright green and extend to the point where the tip bends, and three red clouds surround it. The eyes change to a bright glowing red. A fur-like circle is attached to both the wings and back of Butterfree. Several green scales can be seen floating around Butterfree, which are its most effective weapons, capable of releasing paralysis, poisoning, or sleep. The scales were created from crystallized Gigantamax energy.

The massive wings are powerful enough to lift a ten-ton truck through a simple flap. The wind it generates can scatter poisonous scales throughout the area, making it dangerous to be near it.[1]

In Pokémon Sword and Shield prior to the DLC for The Isle of Armor, Butterfree was the only known Pokémon capable of using the move Rage Powder. Gigantamax Butterfree is the only known Pokémon capable of using the G-Max MoveG-Max Befuddle.

In the anime

Main series

Female Pink Butterfree in the anime

Major appearances

Ash's Butterfree

Ash had a Butterfree that he caught as a Caterpie, the first Pokémon he ever caught. It evolved from Metapod in Challenge of the Samurai. Butterfree was also the first Pokémon Ash let go, allowing it to mate with a pink Butterfree in Bye-Bye Butterfree.

Butterfree also appeared in I Choose You!, which is set in a different continuity from the main series. It evolved from Metapod during a battle against a group of Primeape.

Pink Butterfree

In Bye-Bye Butterfree, Ash's Butterfree fell in love with a pink Butterfree and fought to save it from Team Rocket. At the end of the episode, Ash released his Butterfree to mate with the pink Butterfree. The pink Butterfree reappeared in I Choose You!, which is set in a timeline different from the main series.

Other

In Bye-Bye Butterfree, multiple wild Butterfree, all under the ownership of Trainers who released them, engaged in a mating ceremony. Ash's Butterfree became one of these Butterfree.

In A Friend in Deed, Ritchie's Butterfree, nicknamed Happy, was used to help Ritchie get out of Team Rocket's runaway truck safely. In Friend and Foe Alike and Friends to the End, it was used during Ritchie's battles in the Indigo Plateau Conference.

In Poké Ball Peril, an Orange Archipelago variant of Butterfree living on Valencia Island appeared. It had not eaten for days despite Professor Ivy's effort to make different kinds of food for it. It took a liking to Brock's food, however, and was one of the reasons he stayed behind. It reappeared in a flashback in A Tent Situation.

In Caterpie's Big Dilemma, Zander has a giant Butterfree. After Team Rocket kidnapped Dr. Gordon and flew away on Jessie's Dustox, it evolved from a Metapod to chase Team Rocket. Butterfree shrunk back to its normal size at the end of the episode.

In Weekend Warrior, Jeremy's Butterfree was used in the Appeals Round of the Silver TownPokémon Contest.

In The Unbeatable Lightness of Seeing, Drew used a Butterfree during his two-on-twoContest Battle against May. Butterfree battled alongside Roselia against Combusken and Beautifly and managed to win.

In Butterfree and Me!, multiple Butterfree evolved from Metapod on Wayfarer Island. One Butterfree had been befriended by Ash as a Caterpie, and Ash spent much of the episode helping it eventually evolve into its final form.

In I Choose You!, multiple Butterfree engaged in a mating ceremony that Ash's Butterfree took a part of, much like the events of Bye-Bye Butterfree.

Minor appearances

Butterfree debuted in a fantasy of Ash's Caterpie's in Ash Catches a Pokémon.

In The Path to the Pokémon League, A.J.'s Butterfree carried his bag into his Gym. It then trained with his Beedrill.

In Battle Aboard the St. Anne, multiple Butterfree were aboard the St. Anne.

In Pokémon Fashion Flash, a Butterfree was on Scissor Street.

A Butterfree appeared in The March of the Exeggutor Squad.

In Pikachu's Vacation, a Butterfree was at the Pokémon Theme Park.

In Pallet Party Panic, a Butterfree was at a party in Pallet Town.

In The Power of One, multiple Butterfree were seen in the opening sequence of the movie, while others sensed the disturbance caused by Lawrence III.

In a flashback in Snack Attack, multiple Orange Archipelago Butterfree were residents of the Seven Grapefruit Islands.

A Trainer's Orange Archipelago Butterfree appeared in The Mandarin Island Miss Match.

A wild Butterfree appeared in Pikachu's Rescue Adventure.

In Slowking's Day, an Orange Archipelago Butterfree was living on Shamouti Island.

In The Rivalry Revival, three Butterfree were living at Professor Oak's Laboratory.

Multiple Butterfree appeared in A Sappy Ending.

A Butterfree appeared in Once in a Blue Moon.

In For Crying Out Loud, multiple Butterfree played with Wilhomena's Marill.

In Tricks of the Trade, a Butterfree was at the Pokémon Swap Meet in Palmpona.

In Spell of the Unown: Entei, Lisa used a Butterfree during her battle against Ash, where it went up against his Bulbasaur. The match ended with Bulbasaur being dazed with Sleep Powder and finished off with a gust of wind.

In Mewtwo Returns, multiple Butterfree flew over Mount Quena.

Multiple Butterfree appeared in Houndoom's Special Delivery.

Three Butterfree appeared in a flashback in The Light Fantastic.

Multiple Butterfree appeared in Brock's dream in Sick Daze.

Multiple Butterfree appeared in the opening sequence of Celebi: The Voice of the Forest.

In Got Miltank?, a Butterfree was a resident at a Pokémon-exclusive oasis.

In A Tyrogue Full of Trouble, a Butterfree was followed by Misty's Togepi.

In Enlighten Up!, two Butterfree were residents of Lake Slowpoke.

In Fangs for Nothin', multiple Butterfree were inhabitants of the Dragon Holy Land.

Multiple Butterfree appeared in the opening sequence of Pokémon Heroes: Latios & Latias.

A Butterfree briefly appeared in Camp Pikachu.

In Hatch Me If You Can, multiple Butterfree appeared before Ash's Larvitar.

A Coordinator's Butterfree appeared in Now That's Flower Power!.

Multiple Butterfree appeared in the opening sequence of Destiny Deoxys.

A Butterfree appeared in The Green Guardian.

Multiple Butterfree appeared in Curbing the Crimson Tide!.

A Coordinator's Butterfly appeared in May, We Harley Drew'd Ya!.

In Channeling the Battle Zone, Solidad used a Butterfree during the Kanto Grand Festival.

In Pinch Healing!, multiple Butterfree were residents of Fennel Valley.

In Riding the Winds of Change, a Butterfree was among the many Pokémon Officer Jenny and Nurse Joy used to blow a Gligar away from the city.

A wild Butterfree appeared in Pokémon Ranger and the Kidnapped Riolu! (Part 1). Two additional Butterfree appeared in the following episode.

Multiple Butterfree appeared in the opening sequence of Giratina and the Sky Warrior.

A Butterfree appeared in Camping It Up!.

In Battling the Generation Gap!, two Butterfree were part of Lila's famous "Tiger Lily Smile".

Multiple Butterfree appeared in a flashback in A Trainer and Child Reunion!.

In Genesect and the Legend Awakened, multiple Butterfree were at Pokémon Hills.

In A Relay in the Sky!, a Trainer's Butterfree was participating in the Pokémon Sky Relay. It was in a team also consisting of Hydreigon and Masquerain.

In A Legendary Photo Op!, a Butterfree was at Mt. Molteau.

A Butterfree appeared in a flashback in Seeing the Forest for the Trees!.

A Trainer's Butterfree appeared in a flashback in Alola to New Adventure!.

In Lillie's Egg-xhilarating Challenge!, a Butterfree flew past Lillie's balcony and received some food. It reappeared in A Glaring Rivalry!.

In A Seasoned Search!, two Butterfree were among the Flying-type attracted by Bounsweet's Sweet Scent in their attempts to attract an Oricorio.

In Partner Promises!, a Butterfree was a resident of Treasure Island. It reappeared in Alola, Alola!, when Ash revisited the island alongside his classmates and Misty.

Two Butterfree appeared in a flashback in Lulled to La-La Land!.

Two Trainers' Butterfree appeared in Balloons, Brionne, and Belligerence!.

Four wild Buttefree appeared in Alola, Kanto!.

Three wild Butterfree appeared in a fantasy in Tasting the Bitter with the Sweet!.

Two Trainers' Butterfree appeared in A Young Royal Flame Ignites!.

A Trainer's Butterfree appeared in The Power of Us.

A Trainer's Butterfree appeared in All They Want to Do is Dance Dance!.

A student's Butterfree appeared in A High-Speed Awakening!.

In Battle Royal 151!, a Trainer's Butterfree competed in the Battle Royal preliminary round of the Manalo Conference but ended up losing.

A Trainer's Butterfree appeared in The Road to The Semifinals!.

A Trainer's Butterfree appeared in Z-Move Showdown!.

Multiple Butterfree appeared in a flashback in Enter Pikachu!.

Multiple Butterfree appeared in Legend? Go! Friends? Go!, with two of them appearing in a video hologram.

In Working My Way Back to Mew!, Goh caught a male Butterfree. He has since made further appearances in Pokémon Journeys: The Series.

In Caring for a Mystery!, a Butterfree battled a wild Riolu after it attacked it.

Two Butterfree appeared in Sobbing Sobble!.

Multiple Butterfree appeared in Getting More Than You Battled For!, with one of them living at Cero Island.

In A Pinch of This, a Pinch of That!, six Butterfree were in the Wild Area.

In Not Too Close for Comfort!, a Caterpie was seen in a video, evolving all the way into Butterfree.

A Trainer's Butterfree appeared in Take My Thief! Please!.

Pokédex entries

EpisodePokémonSourceEntry
AG142ButterfreeMay's Pokédex Butterfree, the Butterfly Pokémon. Butterfree is the evolved form of Metapod. The scales covering its wings help it to shed water.
EpisodePokémonSourceEntry
BW130ButterfreeAsh's Pokédex Butterfree, the Butterfly Pokémon. Butterfree's love of flower nectar draws it to seek out flowers, even if they don't have much pollen.

Pokémon Origins

In File 1: Red, a Butterfree was one of the Pokémon seen in Professor Oak's introduction.

A Butterfree appeared in a fantasy in File 4: Charizard.

Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer

In the Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer, a Trainer's Butterfree was in a town square in Pasio.

Pokémon: Twilight Wings

A Trainer's Butterfree appeared in Buddy.

A Gigantamax Butterfree appeared as a visual in a flashback in Assistant.

GOTCHA!

A Butterfree briefly appeared in GOTCHA!.

In the manga

The Electric Tale of Pikachu

Main article: Ash's Butterfree

Ash's Butterfree evolved from his Metapod in Play Misty For Me during his Gymbattle with Misty.

Melanie took care of three Butterfree in Pikachu's Excellent Adventure.

How I Became a Pokémon Card

Midori owns a Butterfree that was first in PW10.

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

Multiple Butterfree appeared in JNM01.

Goh caught a Butterfree in JNM03, just like he does in the anime.

A Butterfree appeared in JNM08.

Pocket Monsters HeartGold & SoulSilver Go! Go! Pokéathlon

A Butterfree appeared in Pocket Monsters HeartGold & SoulSilver Go! Go! Pokéathlon.

Pokémon Adventures

Main article: Kitty

Butterfree debuts in Wake Up—You're Snorlax! as one of the Pokémon shocked by Red's Pika in a forest.

Yellow's Butterfree, nicknamed Kitty, evolved from her Caterpie that had just recently evolved into a Metapod in The Might of... Metapod?!. Her uncle, FishermanWilton, also has a Butterfree, which first appeared in Just a Spearow Carrier. Both of them are able to use Butterfree as a mode of flight, using Butterfree to hold onto their backs as they fly.

A Butterfree appeared in The Last Battle XIII as one of the Pokémon sent to participate in the fight in Ilex Forest.

A Butterfree appeared in Out-Odding Oddish, under the ownership of a Pokéathlon participant.

A Trainer's Butterfree appeared in Weavile Wobbles But It Won't Fall Down as one of the Pokémon seen at the Safari Zone.

A Butterfree appeared in Dream World.

A wild Butterfree appeared in the Wild Area in Zap!! A Rising Beam of Light.

A Butterfree appeared in a flashback in PASS05.

According to the Pokédex at the end of Volume 1, Red appears to have caught a Caterpie, which evolved into a Metapod and then a Butterfree.

Pokémon anime novelization series

Windy's Butterfree appeared in Race to Danger.

Pokémon Gold & Silver: The Golden Boys

A Butterfree appeared in Falkner The Bird Keeper's Challenge!!.

A Butterfree appeared in Let's Aim For The Goal!.

Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All

Multiple Butterfree appeared in Shu and Pikachu's Debut!.

A Butterfree appeared in GDZ23.

A Butterfree appeared in GDZ48.

Pokémon Pocket Monsters

A Butterfree appeared in Catch That Pokémon Thief!!.

A Butterfree appeared in Pikachu's Birthday Party.

Giovanni was revealed to own a Butterfree in Pokémon Hair Salon Opens!!, where he used it in a haircut salon that he built.

In the TCG

Main article: Butterfree (TCG)

Other appearances

Super Smash Bros.

In the Saffron City stage, multiple Butterfree can be seen flying in the background.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Butterfree returns in the Saffron City stage.

Game data

NPC appearances

Pokédex entries

Generation IKanto
#012
RedIn battle, it flaps its wings at high speed to release highly toxic dust into the air.
Blue
Yellow Its wings, covered with poisonous powders, repel water. This allows it to fly in the rain.
Stadium Its wings are covered with poisonous dust. If you see one flapping its wings, be careful not to inhale any of the dust.
Generation IIJohto
#026
Gold It collects honey every day. It rubs honey onto the hairs on its legs to carry it back to its nest.
Silver Water-repellent powder on its wings enables it to collect honey, even in the heaviest of rains.
Crystal It flits from flower to flower, collecting honey. It can even identify distant flowers in bloom.
Stadium 2 It collects honey every day. It rubs honey onto the hairs on its legs to carry it back to its nest.
Generation IIIHoenn
#—
Kanto
#012
RubyButterfree has a superior ability to search for delicious honey from flowers. It can even search out, extract, and carry honey from flowers that are blooming over six miles from its nest.
Sapphire
Emerald It has a superior ability to search for delicious honey from flowers. It can seek, extract, and carry honey from flowers blooming over six miles away.
FireRed The wings are protected by a rain-repellent dust. As a result, this Pokémon can fly about even in rain.
LeafGreen In battle, it flaps its wings at great speed to release highly toxic dust into the air.
Generation IVSinnoh
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Johto
#026
DiamondIt loves the honey of flowers and can locate flower patches that have even tiny amounts of pollen.
Pearl
Platinum
HeartGold It collects honey every day. It rubs honey onto the hairs on its legs to carry it back to its nest.
SoulSilver Water-repellent powder on its wings enables it to collect honey, even in the heaviest of rains.
Generation VUnova
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BlackIt loves the honey of flowers and can locate flower patches that have even tiny amounts of pollen.
White
Black 2It loves the honey of flowers and can locate flower patches that have even tiny amounts of pollen.
White 2
Generation VIKalos
Central #025
Hoenn
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X It loves the honey of flowers and can locate flower patches that have even tiny amounts of pollen.
Y The wings are protected by rain-repellent dust. As a result, this Pokémon can fly about even in rain.
Omega RubyButterfree has a superior ability to search for delicious honey from flowers. It can even search out, extract, and carry honey from flowers that are blooming over six miles from its nest.
Alpha Sapphire
Generation VIIAlola
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Kanto
#012
Sun Close examination of its large eyes reveals that each eye is composed of a myriad of tiny eyes.
Moon When attacked by other Pokémon, it defends itself by scattering its poisonous scales and fluttering its wings.
Ultra Sun Its wings are covered in toxic scales. If it finds bird Pokémon going after Caterpie, Butterfree sprinkles its scales on them to drive them off.
Ultra Moon Nectar from pretty flowers is its favorite food. In fields of flowers, it has heated battles with Cutiefly for territory.
Let's Go PikachuIts wings, covered with poisonous powder, repel water. This allows it to fly in the rain.
Let's Go Eevee
Generation VIIIGalar
#015
Sword In battle, it flaps its wings at great speed to release highly toxic dust into the air.
Shield It collects honey every day. It rubs honey onto the hairs on its legs to carry it back to its nest.
Gigantamax Butterfree
Sword Crystallized Gigantamax energy makes up this Pokémon's blindingly bright and highly toxic scales.
Shield Once it has opponents trapped in a tornado that could blow away a 10-ton truck, it finishes them off with its poisonous scales.

Alternate games

Pokémon Pinball, Pokémon Trading Card Game (Base Set)
In battle, it flaps its wings at high speed, releasing highly toxic dust into the air.
Pokémon Trading Card Game (Neo Discovery)
It collects honey every day. It rubs honey onto the hairs on its legs to carry it back to its nest.

Game locations

Generation II
Gold
Route 2Morning
National Park (Bug-Catching Contest)TuThSa
Routes26, 27, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, and 39, Azalea Town, Ilex Forest, Lake of Rage (Headbutt trees)
Silver
Crystal
Generation VIII
SwordShield
Slumbering Weald, East Lake Axewell, Giant's Mirror, Rolling Fields
Bridge Field, Dappled Grove, East Lake Axewell, Giant's Cap, Hammerlocke Hills, Rolling Fields, South Lake Miloch (Max Raid Battle)
Rolling Fields (Max Raid Battle) Gigantamax Factor
Expansion Pass

In events

Wild Area News
Games EventGigantamax Location Level Distribution period
SwShWild Area NewsNo hide 17, 30Sw, 40, 50, 60 November 15 to December 4, 2019
SwShWild Area NewsYes hide 17, 30Sw, 40, 50, 70 November 15 to December 4, 2019
SwShWild Area NewsNo hide 17 December 4, 2019 to January 9, 2020
SwShWild Area NewsYes hide 17, 30, 40, 50, 60 December 4, 2019 to January 9, 2020
SwShWild Area NewsNo hide 17 December 20 to 25, 2019
SwShWild Area NewsYes hide 17, 30, 40, 50, 60 December 20 to 25, 2019
SwShWild Area NewsYes hide 17, 30, 40, 50, 60 December 31, 2019 to January 3, 2020
ShWild Area NewsYes hide 17, 50 June 1 to 29, 2020
ShWild Area NewsYes hide 50 June 17 to 28, 2020
SwShWild Area NewsYes hide 17, 30, 40, 50, 60 November 2 to 30, 2020

Held items

Sours: https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Butterfree_(Pok%C3%A9mon)

Pokemon butterfly

I threw my things into the wash and walked naked to my locker with things, or when I forgot something while bathing in the shower and followed after having dried myself with a towel. Often in this form he walked past his mother, and once past a neighbor. Mother, too, was not shy, but began to see her naked less. Often. After a good shower, I went out as usual, it was getting dark, I went to the locker and saw the lock.

[Pokemon Evolution]Ash Metapod Evolve Into Butterfree--Hindi--

He surfaced not far from me and, smoothly cutting through the water, approached me. Raindrops run down the glass. Outside the window is night, and a huge soulless city, a city that I love and hate at the same time. The city does not sleep, this city never sleeps.

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