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Fireflap Bulborb

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Fireflap Bulborb In-game icon.
A Fireflap Bulborb in the Creature Log. Enhanced with Citra.
Appears in Hey! Pikmin
Scientific name Pansarus volcanus volanti
Family Breadbug
Areas Sweltering Parchlands
Attacks Drop fireballs

The Fireflap Bulborb (トビヒノマダラ?, lit.: "Flying Fire Danainae") is a flying fiery enemy in Hey! Pikmin. It has no legs but it has wings and because of this it floats around in the air, and since its body is on fire, only Red Pikmin can be thrown at one to take it out.


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Stats[edit]

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Weight Max.
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Seeds Health Regen.
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Behavior[edit]

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These creatures fly around above Olimar and his Pikmin, occasionally dive-bombing and leaving a fiery projectile.

Locations[edit]

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Strategy[edit]

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Fireflap Bulborbs will swoop down and drop fireballs on anyone below. Luckily, they don't appear in levels with any Pikmin that aren't Red Pikmin, so the only one to worry about is Olimar. Keep your distance from the Bulborb and hurl a Pikmin at it from afar. Like most enemies in this game, they die in one hit.

Notes

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This evolved Fiery Dwarf Bulblax has taken flight, it seems. It rains down flaming chunks of desiccated skin, an attack as effective as it is disgusting. Though given the nature of its projectiles, perhaps it doesn't mean to attack at all?

Naming[edit]

The name is a combination of "fire" and "flap", in reference to how it flaps its wings. Despite being called a Bulborb, it is part of the breadbug family, along with various Bulborb mimics.

Its scientific name is Pansarus volcanus volanti. Volcanus is a play off of "volcano", eluding to its fiery exterior. This is also part of the species name for the Fiery Dwarf Bulblax, as well as the genus name for the Fiery Young Yellow Wollywog. Volanti is Latin for "flight".

Its internal name is tobihi. Its generator name is enemy_fly_ignite.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese トビヒノマダラ?
Tobi Hi no Madara
Flying Fire Danainae
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Gevleugelde vuurbulborb Winged firebulborb
Flag of France French Bulborbe à flamailes Firewing bulborb
Flag of Germany German Flammenflügler Firewinger
Flag of Italy Italian Coleto igneo nano alato Winged dwarfish fire Bulborb
Flag of Spain Spanish Bulbo flameador Flaming Bulborb

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