|Appears in||Pikmin 2|
|Scientific name||Fenestari prismatus|
|Caves||Frontier Cavern, Shower Room, Hole of Heroes|
|Challenge Mode levels||Hidden Garden|
|2-Player Battle levels||None|
Unmarked Spectralids (サンショクシジミ?, lit.: "Tricolored Clams") are insects in Pikmin 2. They resemble small butterflies, colored either red, yellow, or purple. They are one of the harmless enemies in the Pikmin series, having absolutely no means of attack, and do nothing but flutter around. They are located in specific patches of plants and appear upon being disturbed, though in some caves they are readily visible. They will leave the area's boundaries some time after they appear. Their color indicates what they drop when killed, being either a drop of ultra-spicy spray (red), ultra-bitter spray (purple) or nectar (yellow). Underground, they only have a 20% chance of dropping these contents. These creatures are so delicate that, if touched by a single Pikmin, they will instantly collapse and die. Upon being petrified, they will fall down to the ground and crumble; in the Piklopedia, however, they will remain intact.
The only area aboveground they appear in is the Awakening Wood, with one group hidden in a Margaret near the Sunseed Berry, and another in a nearby Figwort (next to the bridge there). Red and purple Spectralids do not appear above ground, and can only be found (along with more yellow Spectralids) in rest sublevels of certain caves, usually found in clusters of 20 or more. On the Awakening Wood, only four of them appear together in each spot.
|1||1||1||× 1||N/A[note 1]||No|
- The game files specify this value to be 200.
Unmarked Spectralids seem to not fear creatures that are idling. If there is a Mamuta in the same level as a swarm of Unmarked Spectralids, it is possible to spot some of the Spectralids land on the creature as it idles. In addition, after both the Unmarked Spectralids and the Red, Orange, and Hairy Bulborbs have been added to the in-game Piklopedia, the Spectralids can be seen flying around the former two bulborbs in their respective Piklopedia files.
These merely flutter about without waking up the bulborb, occasionally landing on it, but due to the way collisions work in the game they are unreasonably strong, commonly pushing the bulborb around, sometimes even shoving it out of the regular map boundaries.
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They cannot be damaged with punches in any way, not even while petrified or resting atop a Mamuta.
|Pikmin 2 technical information (?)|
|Global properties (List)|
|s001||wallReflection||Unknown (wall bounce speed multiplier?)||0.5|
|s004||bounceFactor||Unknown (bounce when it hits the ground?)||0.3|
|fp01||マップとの当り||Unknown (related to slopes)||10|
|fp02||ダメージスケールXZ||Horizontal damage scale||0.2|
|fp03||ダメージスケールY||Vertical damage scale||0.25|
|fp04||ダメージフレーム||Damage scale duration||0.35|
|fp14||探索距離||Unknown (exploration radius?)||0|
|fp15||探索角度||Unknown (exploration angle?)||0|
|fp16||振り払い率||Unknown (shake rate?)||1|
|fp20||攻撃可能範囲||Unknown (shock attack max range?)||30|
|fp21||攻撃可能角度||Unknown (shock attack max angle?)||15|
|fp22||攻撃ヒット範囲||Unknown (attack hit range?)||30|
|fp23||攻撃ヒット角度||Unknown (attack hit angle?)||15|
|fp25||視界高||Unknown (height visibility?)||50|
|fp26||探索高||Unknown (exploration height?)||0|
|fp27||ライフの高さ||HP wheel height||40|
|fp29||警戒時間||Unknown (warning time?)||0|
|fp34||ピクミンとのあたり||Pikmin damage radius||7|
|fp36||ヒップドロップダメージ||Purple Pikmin drop damage||N/A|
|fp37||地震気絶確立||Purple Pikmin stun chance||N/A|
|fp38||地震気絶時間||Purple Pikmin stun time||N/A|
|fp01||飛行期間||Unknown (flight period?)||250|
|fp08||プランツからの飛行期間||Unknown (flight period if released from plants?)||250|
|fp02||蜜レート||Chance of dropping their content, underground||0.2|
|fp04||飛行レート||Unknown (flight rate?)||0.02|
|fp05||飛行高低||Unknown (flight height variation?)||2|
|fp06||赤蝶率||Distribution of reds in a swarm||0.1|
|fp07||黒蝶率||Distribution of purples in a swarm||0.1|
- Size: Wing span: 26mm, as per the e-card
- Piklopedia number: #54
Names in other languages
|French||Spectrillons Vierges||Pure Spectralids|
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The creature's e-card, #53 (18th red card).
- Although their health is specified to be 200 in the game files, they are programmed to die instantly when a Pikmin is thrown at them, making this health value unused.
- Unmarked Spectralids are the only creatures to appear in another creature's Piklopedia file.
- If the Spectralid is resting on a Mamuta, and the player sprays the Mamuta, the Spectralid will fly off and flutter about for a bit. Killing the petrified Mamuta and leaving the scene can cause the Spectralid to return to its original position, which means it will stand in mid-air.