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Stuffed Bellbloom

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Stuffed Bellbloom In-game icon.
A Stuffed Bellbloom in the Creature Log. Enhanced with Citra.
Appears in Hey! Pikmin
Scientific name Legumos trypophobis
Family Pinotta
Areas Below the Ice
Attacks Jump on Pikmin and crush them

The Stuffed Bellbloom (オオスズナリ?, lit.: "Big Bell Ringing") is an enemy that appears in Hey! Pikmin. It is round and yellow, with brown circles on its front. It moves by repeatedly jumping forward, while making a jingling noise. When struck with Pikmin, it loses health and drops Sparklium Seeds out of a hole in its back, with one or two per hit. Attacking until it dies will result in a total of 38 seeds. Once defeated, it drops the Fond-o-Sphere.


Weight Max.
Seeds Value Health Regen.
N/A N/A N/A A yellow Sparklium Seed icon, used to represent the object found in the games. × 38 No

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It will continuously leap forward, and will squash any Pikmin that it lands on after a jump. After reaching a wall, it will turn around and repeat in the other direction. Although hitting it with Pikmin makes it lose its seeds, it will not react or change its behavior in any way. This enemy doesn't hurt Olimar if he runs into it; it will simply push him back.


  • Snowfall Field
    • Below the Ice: The only Stuffed Bellbloom in the whole game appears here. After walking up the pipe that leads to higher ground once dug out, there is a pathway to the right. After going through a doorway that the path leads to, there is a small subsection. This is where the creature is found.


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An easy way to defeat the Stuffed Bellbloom is to stay at the edge where it changes directions, and wait for it to approach Olimar. Once it's close, you should attack it with Pikmin. Because the Pikmin will bounce off and land on the ledge, they cannot be flattened.

A faster way to defeat it is to get close to its back and throw Pikmin at it. You'll be able to attack it safely, as it will only jump in the direction it's facing. However, it will eventually change directions. When this happens, swiftly walk in the opposite direction its leaping in, as to end up on the other side of it again. You can even attack it in midair, but this move is risky since they can easily miss, causing the creature to land on their Pikmin. Finally, because all the seeds come out of the back of the Stuffed Bellbloom, this strategy allows you to easily get them.


Hey! Pikmin logs

Its body is stuffed with seeds to keep it going through the winter. It might drop a few if you hit it, but it might also drop something stuffed with energy!


  • Common name: Stuffed Bellbloom. "Stuffed" is most likely referring to how it is stuffed with Sparklium Seeds. "Bellbloom" isn't a word, but it has "Bell" in it. This is probably from the noise it makes when it jumps, which sounds like bells jingling.
  • Japanese nickname: オオスズナリ?, lit.: "Big Bell Ringing".
  • Japanese name: スズナリキノミムシ?, lit.: "Bell Ringing Nut Bug".
  • Scientific name: Legumos trypophobis. Trypophobis is a reference to trypophobia, the fear of clusters of holes or circles.
  • Internal names: Its internal name is Oosuzunary, which is simply a romanization of its Japanese name. Also, its generator name is enemy_bouncer. This could be because it moves by bouncing forward.
  • Prerelease: None.

Names in other languages[edit]

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Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese オオスズナリ?
Oo Suzu Nari
Big Bell Ringing
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Knapzakkever
Flag of France French Sporchette enflée From spore and pochette, which means pouch. Enflée means swollen.
Flag of Germany German Gelbglocke Yellow bell
Flag of Italy Italian Campanula ripiena Stuffed Campanula
Flag of South Korea Korean 거대방울벌레
Flag of Spain Spanish Campánulo gigante From campana ("bell") and gigante ("giant").


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  • An unused smaller version of the Stuffed Bellbloom had its “tail” on top, instead of behind.[1]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ YouTube video of the early Stuffed Bellbloom in action.