Trap Lid
Pikmin 4 treasure
Treasure Catalog icon.
Icon for the Trap Lid, from Pikmin 4's Treasure Catalog.
Series Modern Amenities Series
Value Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 20
Weight 1
Maximum carriers 2
Locations Seafloor Resort, Hero's Hideaway, Cavern for a King
Dandori Challenge stages None
Dandori Battle stages None
Total amount 12

The Trap Lid is a treasure in Pikmin 4. It is actually a metal button.

Collecting the treasureEdit

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Seafloor ResortEdit

There is a Trap Lid completely submerged in a corner near the center of sublevel 2 of the Seafloor Resort. To collect this treasure, you must throw 1 Blue Pikmin at it.

Hero's HideawayEdit

There is a Trap Lid hidden inside a patch of grass in the southwestern corner of the overworld. It is guarded by four Tusked Blowhogs, which should be defeated before attempting to collect it. To collect this treasure, you must throw 1 Pikmin at it.

Cavern for a KingEdit

See also: Baldy Long Legs#Strategy.

There are 10 Trap Lids inside of the Baldy Long Legs roaming around the center of sublevel 15 of the Cavern for a King. To collect them, you must first defeat the Baldy Long Legs, then throw 1 Blue Pikmin or Winged Pikmin at each treasure, or 1 Pikmin if it happens to land outside of the water or on frozen water.


Schnauz's notesEdit

What you see here is a cover used to disguise a pit or trap, probably as a way to catch small animals. The people of this planet hunted in groups and used their cunning to develop this system. Another proud example of civilization and its infinite wisdom!

Olimar's notesEdit

I've found that this planet is riddled with underground caverns and passageways. I love to explore this place, but it feels like I'm in constant danger of falling into a hole. This lid must have been used to warn previous inhabitants of nearby pitfalls.

Louie's notesEdit

I think this might be money. Hopefully I'll be able to collect some more.


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Names in other languagesEdit

Language Name Meaning
  Japanese 落とし穴のふた?
Otoshi-ana no Futa
Trap Lid
Dìdòng Gàizi
Burrow Lid
Dìdòng Gàizi
Burrow Lid
  Dutch Valkuilklep Pitfall cover
  French Couvercle de trou Hole lid
  German Fallgrubendeckel Pitfall Lid
  Italian Coperchio per trappole Trap lid
  Korean 함정 뚜껑
Hamjeong Ttukkeong
Trap Lid
  Portuguese Ocultador de arapuca Trap hider
  Spanish Cubierta de trampa Trap lid

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