List of Bug-type Pokémon facts:
Bug-type Pokémon are one of the 18 types of Pokémon in the franchise.
They were introduced in the first generation of Pokémon games, with the likes of Caterpie and Weedle.
Bug-type moves are generally weak against Flying, Rock, and Fire-type Pokémon.
However, they are strong against Grass, Psychic, and Dark-type Pokémon.
There are currently 90 Bug-type Pokémon in existence.
Bug-type Pokémon are known for their high speed and evasion stats.
Many Bug-type Pokémon have the ability to learn moves that inflict status conditions such as poison, paralysis, or sleep.
Some Bug-type Pokémon can also learn moves that lower the opponent’s stats or raise their own.
The Bug-type Pokémon Scyther is known for its sharp claws and agility.
Scyther can evolve into Scizor, a Bug/Steel-type Pokémon.
The Bug-type Pokémon Pinsir is known for its powerful pincers.
Pinsir can mega evolve into Mega Pinsir, gaining the ability Aerilate which turns its Normal-type moves into Flying-type moves.
The Bug-type Pokémon Heracross is known for its strength and horn.
Heracross can mega evolve into Mega Heracross, gaining the ability Skill Link which allows its multi-hit moves to always hit five times.
The Bug-type Pokémon Volcarona is known for its powerful fiery wings.
Volcarona has the ability Flame Body which has a chance of burning the opponent when it is hit with a physical move.
The Bug-type Pokémon Yanmega is known for its dragonfly-like appearance and long wings.
Yanmega can learn the move Ancient Power, which has a chance to raise all of its stats when it is used.
The Bug-type Pokémon Shedinja is unique in that it has only 1 HP, but it is immune to all moves that are not super effective against it.
Shedinja also has the ability Wonder Guard, which makes it immune to all moves that are not super effective against it.
The Bug-type Pokémon Leavanny is known for its ability to make clothing out of leaves for its trainers.
Leavanny can also learn the move Leaf Blade, which has a high critical hit ratio.
The Bug-type Pokémon Scolipede is known for its large size and speed.
Scolipede can learn the move Megahorn, which has a high base power and a high critical hit ratio.
The Bug-type Pokémon Galvantula is known for its electrically charged webbing.
Galvantula has the ability Compound Eyes, which increases its accuracy for moves that have a lower accuracy.
The Bug-type Pokémon Ninjask is known for its high speed and ability to learn the move Baton Pass.
Baton Pass allows Ninjask to switch out of battle while passing on any stat changes it has received to the next Pokémon in the party.
The Bug-type Pokémon Durant is known for its hard exoskeleton and powerful mandibles.
Durant has the ability Hustle, which increases its attack power but lowers its accuracy.
Bug-type Pokémon are one of the most common types found in the wild, especially in the early stages of the games.
They are generally weak against Fire-type moves, which is why many trainers use them as an early-game advantage.
Bug-type Pokémon are often found in forested areas, such as Viridian Forest in the Kanto region.
Many Bug-type Pokémon are based on real-life insects, such as Beedrill, which is based on a wasp.
Some Bug-type Pokémon, such as Paras and Pineco, have the ability to lay traps that can damage or immobilize opponents.
Bug-type Pokémon often have a high special defense, making them more resistant to special attacks.
Some Bug-type Pokémon, like Butterfree, can learn moves that put opponents to sleep.
Many Bug-type Pokémon have a low base stat total, which can make them weaker in battle compared to other types.
Bug-type moves often have a high critical hit ratio, making them more likely to cause critical hits.
Some Bug-type moves, like U-Turn, allow the user to switch out of battle while also dealing damage.
Bug-type Pokémon are often depicted as being nimble and agile, with many of them having a high speed stat.
Some Bug-type Pokémon, like Kricketot, are known for their distinctive cries, which can be heard in the games and anime.
Many Bug-type Pokémon have an ability called Swarm, which increases their power when they have low health.
Bug-type Pokémon are often depicted as being smaller in size compared to other types, like Dragon-type or Fighting-type Pokémon.
Some Bug-type Pokémon, like Wurmple, can evolve into different forms based on factors like time of day or level.
Bug-type Pokémon are often depicted as being highly adaptable to their environment, with some even living in harsh conditions like caves or deserts.
Many Bug-type moves, like Fury Cutter, deal more damage with each consecutive use in battle.
Some Bug-type moves, like Leech Life, allow the user to recover health after dealing damage to an opponent.
Bug-type Pokémon are often depicted as being highly territorial, with many of them attacking anyone who enters their space.
Some Bug-type Pokémon, like Ariados, are known for their ability to spin webs that can trap opponents.
Many Bug-type Pokémon have an ability called Technician, which boosts the power of weaker moves.
Bug-type Pokémon are often depicted as being highly social, with many of them living in colonies or hives.
Some Bug-type moves, like X-Scissor, deal high damage and have a high accuracy rate.
Bug-type Pokémon are often depicted as having strong senses, like the ability to detect scents or vibrations in the ground.
Some Bug-type Pokémon, like Combee, are known for their ability to work together in a coordinated manner.
Bug-type Pokémon are often depicted as having a symbiotic relationship with plants, such as Parasect and its use of mushrooms.
Some Bug-type moves, like Bug Buzz, can lower the special defense of an opponent.
Many Bug-type Pokémon have an ability called Shed Skin, which allows them to heal status conditions like poison or paralysis.
Bug-type Pokémon are often depicted as being highly diverse in appearance, with some resembling beetles, butterflies, or even scorpions.
Some Bug-type Pokémon, like Nincada, have the ability to burrow underground and avoid attacks.
Here’s a table of Bug-type Pokemon’s weaknesses, resistances, and immunities:
|Fire||2x||Bug, Steel, Fire, Ice||–|
|Water||2x||Steel, Water, Ice||–|
|Grass||0.5x||Fighting, Ground, Water, Grass, Electric||–|
|Ice||0.5x, 2x (Hail)||Bug, Steel, Ice||–|
|Fighting||0.5x, 2x (Charm)||Bug, Fighting, Ground||–|
|Poison||0.5x, 2x (Toxic)||Fighting, Poison, Bug, Grass, Fairy||–|
|Ground||1x||Poison, Bug, Electric||Electric|
|Flying||0.5x, 2x (Gust)||Fighting, Ground, Bug||–|
|Bug||0.5x, 2x (Lunge)||Fighting, Ground, Grass||–|
|Rock||2x||Normal, Flying, Poison, Fire||–|
|Ghost||0.5x, 2x (Spite)||Poison, Bug, Normal, Fighting||Normal, Fighting|
|Dragon||2x||Fire, Water, Grass, Electric||–|
|Dark||2x||Ghost, Dark, Psychic||Psychic|
|Steel||0.5x, 2x (Magnet Pull)||Normal, Grass, Ice, Flying, Psychic, Bug, Rock, Dragon, Steel, Fairy||Poison|
|Fairy||0.5x, 2x (Misty Terrain)||Fighting, Bug, Dark||Dragon|
Note that 0.5x means the Bug-type Pokemon takes half damage, 2x means they take double damage, and “-” means no effect. Immunity means that the Bug-type Pokemon takes no damage from attacks of that type.