|Appears in||Hey! Pikmin|
|Scientific name||Fouskaflexilis mallia|
|Areas||Over Wintry Mountains|
|Attacks||Bump into Olimar and Pikmin|
- For the floating enemy that blows air, see Puffy Blowhog.
The Puffy Blubbug (フグムシ?, lit.: "Pufferfish Bug") is a rare enemy in Hey! Pikmin. It is a blue round bug-like creature, with various darker spots and a coat of fur. It has a very small head in proportion to the rest of its body, with two equally small antennae. It is about three times the size of Captain Olimar. Unlike the much larger Blubbug, it has no legs, and instead sports two wings attached to its head. It will bounce forward, and may bump into the player or their Pikmin. Its only location is Over Wintry Mountains.
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Puffy Blubbugs will fly onto the screen trying to push the player into something undesirable.
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Throwing a lone Winged Pikmin is all that is needed to essentially defeat this creature.
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- See more: Bloather family#Naming.
- Common name: Puffy Blubbug.
- Japanese nickname: フグムシ?, lit.: "Pufferfish Bug".
- Japanese name: コフグゴムマリムシ?, lit.: "Small Pufferfish Rubber Ball Bug".
- Scientific name: Fouskaflexilis mallia.
- Internal names: Unknown.
- Prerelease: None.
Names in other languages
|French||Adipoïde duveteux||Adipoïde is a portmanteau of adipeux (fatty) and the suffix -oïde (-oid), and duveteux means fluffy.|
|German||Arktischer Ballonkäfer||Arctic Balloon Bug|
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A Puffy Blubbug bouncing down a slope in Over Wintry Mountains.
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