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Adult Centipare

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Adult Centipare In-game icon.
An Adult Centipare in the Creature Log. Enhanced with Citra.
Appears in Hey! Pikmin
Scientific name Prunus serrulatapoda
Family Centifly
Areas Olimar's Madcap Ride
Attacks None

The Adult Centipare (オオムカデトンボ?, lit.: "Big Centipede Dragonfly") is a large insectoid enemy in Hey! Pikmin. Adult Centipares fly forward through the air, waving gently up and down. Both Captain Olimar and Pikmin can ride on the back of one of these creatures. Despite the name, they are not in any way related to the Centipare. This is likely to be a mistake, as it contradicts the logs of both the Centipare and the Adult Centipare.

Behavior[edit]

The Adult Centipare is always flying forward, and never stops or reacts in any other way. Some Adult Centipares fly to the left, but the majority heads right.

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Notes

Hey! Pikmin logs

The S.S. Dolphin II says the matured ones travel far from home to find their mates. Love that asks so much effort is the most romantic, in my opinion.

Naming[edit]

See more: Centipare#Naming.
  • Common name: Adult Centipare. "Centipare" is a slight alteration of centipede, the insect it is based on, while "Adult" references the fact that it is an older Centipare.
  • Japanese nickname: オオムカデトンボ?, lit.: "Big Centipede Dragonfly".
  • Japanese name: サクラムカデトンボ?, lit.: "Cherry Blossom Centipede Dragonfly". It is shared with the regular Centipare.
  • Scientific name: Prunus serrulatapoda. Prunus serrulata is a species of cherry blossom tree, and poda means foot.
  • Internal names: Unknown.
  • Prerelease: None.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese オオムカデトンボ?
Oo Mukade Tonbo
Big Centipede Dragonfly
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Volgroeide duizendjuffer literally "Fully grown thousand damselfly"
Flag of France French Scolonate Centipare
Flag of Germany German Tausendflügler literally "Thousand-Winger", a play on Tausendfüßler (Millipede)
Flag of Italy Italian Centopiellula adulta
Flag of South Korea Korean 거대지네잠자리
Flag of Spain Spanish Centiélula gigante

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