- This article relates to the canonical games. See Pikipedia's "Breadbug" article for more canonical information.
|Scientific name||Pansaurus gluttunae|
|Areas||The Forest Navel|
|Caves||Glutton's Kitchen, Dream Den|
|Challenge Mode||Snack Pit|
|P2 Poko Value||× 3|
The Breadbug is an enemy that resembles a bread roll in appearance and is the namesake of the Breadbug family. It does no harm to the Pikmin directly, though it can pull both small and rather large objects vital to the Pikmin into its dwelling. If Pikmin are holding onto something when the Breadbug pulls it into its nest, they will die. It has a large amount of tough blubber, making it immune to swarming. Breadbugs heal themselves completely when they drag an object into their hole, and when killed, any treasures dragged to their lair will respawn above it as it disappears. A larger version of then Breadbug called the Giant Breadbug sometimes appears alongside these enemies.
To harm this creature, Pikmin can be thrown onto them. Breadbugs holding onto objects can also be dragged to an Onion or another object with similar functionalities to inflict major damage to the creatures.
This is where users type in the fanon version of Breadbug.
This article contains information that relates to the non-canon game Pikspore, which was created by Neini.
Pikmin: Ultimate Doom
This article contains information that relates to the non-canon game Pikmin: Ultimate Doom by Wraith.
In Pikmin: Ultimate Doom, Breadbugs are found in the Decomposing Citadel. They are also found in Crystal Falls on odd-numbered days. Breadbugs appear in the cave Dark Kingdom on sublevels three and four.
Pikmin: Attack of the Breadbugs
|Scientific name||Pansarus gluttonae|
|Areas||Land of Wonders, any Territory|
Breadbugs take the same role as they did in past games: drag objects to their dens and be a pure nuisance overall. In Pikmin: Attack of the Breadbugs, Breadbugs have become a dominant species and their population has grown significantly. Breadbugs are found scattered around the Land of Wonders, roaming freely in their new territory. A Breadbug without a den serves as the boss of the Beginner Territory to test the player's aiming skills. The Breadbug in the Beginner Territory is the only one that will refuse to drag objects. The Breadbug is also the only species to be found throughout the Land of Wonders, found throughout every territory. Captain Olimar can assist in carrying the corpses of Breadbugs.
This article and/or image relates to the non-canon game, Pikimon, created by Lazer, assisted by Cheepy-Cheepy and Alpo499.
- Start - Snag
- Start - Headbutt
- Lv. 7 - Dash
- Lv. 10 - Tickle
- Lv. 15 - Trip
- Lv. 20 - Object Psylift
- Lv. 24 - Snatch
- Lv. 30 - Giant Breadbug
Pikmin 4: The World to Free
- Main article: Pikmin 4: The World to Free
|Scientific name||Pansarus gluttonae|
|Areas||Trash Kingdom, Blooming oak|
|Seed Worth||6 seed|
|Poko Value||× 500|
Differences from Pikmin 2
Breadbugs in this game play a more important role. They happen to steal the Parashield key needed to get the boss and must be chased down. They don't come back after being defeated.
- "These creatures' behavior patterns are oddly different from the notes by the founder Captain Olimar. They tend to be more pesky and evil then I thought. Almost if they are stealing the keys on purpose. Nah I believe it just a coincidence, but furthermore, they seem to be able to eat 3 times their weight. Now that's something."
- "As a psychologist, I can sense the true feelings in animals. The breadbugs are actually kind, but greedy and careless creatures. Heesh they even eat their own kind! However, the breadbugs we found seem to have a strange pulse in them. If so, they aren't being a breadbug and I have an eerie thought they might be in trouble. Argh if only I could help them."
Captain Pikmin's notes
- "Normally I have a solution to these guys, but oddly these ones are oddly clever than the ordinary breadbug. So I hate to say this, but you might have to use your own brains on this one."
This article or section contains information that relates to the non-canon game Pikmin Forever, which was created by Scruffy, a user on this wiki.
In Pikmin Forever, Breadbugs have a better appearance than they do in the second game. You can see each breadbugs individual "bread lines" and their eyes give off a dim cyan glow in dark areas. A Breadbug will most likely choose a dark area to reside in, and it will come out and roam the area in search of food. It will sometimes try to drag a sleeping bulborb to its den, but the bulborb will quickly wake up and move to another location, not minding the breadbug at all. Breadbugs can be knocked over by mushroom or rock Pikmin, exposing their soft underbelly, which you can attack. They have a bit more health than a dwarf bulborb. A flipped Breadbug can also be carried to the onion, but not the ship, to deal lots of damage to it, similar to the first 2 games, although the breadbug can get up while being carried. If a breadbug carrying spoils to its den is being overpowered by Pikmin, it will drop the spoils.
|Armored Cannon Beetle • Beady Long Legs • Breadbug • Burrowing Snagret • Dwarf Bulbear • Dwarf Red Bulborb • Emperor Bulblax • Female Sheargrub • Fiery Blowhog • Goolix • Honeywisp • Iridescent Flint Beetle • Male Sheargrub • Mamuta • Pearly Clamclamp • Pellet Posy • Puffstool • Puffy Blowhog • Shearwig • Smoky Progg • Spotty Bulbear • Red Bulborb • Swooping Snitchbug • Water Dumple • Wogpole • Wollywog • Yellow Wollywog|
|Anode Beetle • Anode Dweevil • Antenna Beetle • Armored Cannon Beetle Larva • Beady Long Legs • Breadbug • Bulbmin • Bulborb Larva • Bumbling Snitchbug • Burrowing Snagret • Careening Dirigibug • Caustic Dweevil • Cloaking Burrow-nit • Creeping Chrysanthemum • Decorated Cannon Beetle Larva • Doodlebug • Dwarf Bulbear • Dwarf Orange Bulborb • Dwarf Red Bulborb • Emperor Bulblax • Empress Bulblax • Female Sheargrub • Fiery Blowhog • Fiery Bulblax • Fiery Dweevil • Gatling Groink • Giant Breadbug • Greater Spotted Jellyfloat • Hairy Bulborb • Hermit Crawmad • Honeywisp • Iridescent Flint Beetle • Iridescent Glint Beetle • Lesser Spotted Jellyfloat • Male Sheargrub • Mamuta • Man-at-Legs • Mitite • Munge Dweevil • Orange Bulborb • Pellet Posy • Pileated Snagret • Puffy Blowhog • Raging Long Legs • Ranging Bloyster • Ravenous Whiskerpillar • Red Bulborb • Segmented Crawbster • Shearwig • Skitter Leaf • Snow Bulborb • Spotty Bulbear • Swooping Snitchbug • Titan Dweevil • Toady Bloyster • Ujadani • Unmarked Spectralid • Volatile Dweevil • Water Dumple • Waterwraith • Watery Blowhog • Withering Blowhog • Wogpole • Wollywog • Yellow Wollywog|
|Arachnode • Arctic Cannon Beetle Larva • Armored Cannon Beetle Larva • Armored Mawdad • Baldy Long Legs • Bearded Amprat • Bug-Eyed Crawmad • Burrowing Snagret • Calcified Crushblat • Desiccated Skitter Leaf • Dwarf Bulbear • Dwarf Red Bulborb • Dwarf Orange Bulborb • Female Sheargrub • Fiery Blowhog • Flighty Joustmite • Hermit Crawmad • Iridescent Flint Beetle • Joustmite • Male Sheargrub • Medusal Slurker • Mysterious Life Form • Nectarous Dandelfly • Orange Bulborb • Peckish Aristocrab • Pellet Posy • Phosbat • Plasm Wraith • Puckering Blinnow • Puffy Blowhog • Pyroclasmic Slooch • Quaggled Mireclops • Red Bulborb • Red Spectralid • Sandbelching Meerslug • Scornet • Scornet Maestro • Shaggy Long Legs • Shearwig • Skeeterskate • Skitter Leaf • Skutterchuck • Spotty Bulbear • Sputtlefish • Swarming Sheargrub • Swooping Snitchbug • Toady Bloyster • Vehemoth Phosbat • Waddlepus • Water Dumple • Watery Blowhog • Whiptongue Bulborb • White Spectralid • Wogpole • Yellow Spectralid • Yellow Wollywog|
|Adult Centipare • Armurk • Berserk Leech Hydroe • Blubbug • Centipare • Clicking Slurker • Coppeller • Crammed Wraith • Crested Mockiwi • Crumbug • Crystalline Crushblat • Dwarf Fiery Bulblax • Electric Cottonade • Electric Spectralid • Electripede • Elongated Crushblat • Emperor Bulblax • Eye-Stalker Bulbeel • Female Shooting Spiner • Fiery Blowhog • Fiery Blowlet • Fireflap Bulborb • Fireflinger Groink • Firesnout Beetle Larva • Flatterchuck • Flying Spotted Jellyfloat • Grabbit • Large Splurchin • Leech Hydroe • Long Water Dumple • Luring Slurker • Male Sheargrub • Male Shooting Spiner • Mockiwi • Muggonfly • Puckering Blinnow • Puffstalk • Puffy Blubbug • Queen Shearwig • Red Bubblimp • Red Bulborb • Seedbagger • Shearblug • Shearwig • Skutterchuck • Sparrowhead • Speargrub • Spiny Coppeller • Sporegrub • Spornet • Starnacle • Stony Flint Beetle • Stuffed Bellbloom • Swooping Snitchbug • White Spectralid • Widemouthed Anode Beetle • Yellow Spectralid • Yellow Wollywog • Young Fiery Yellow Wollywog • Young Yellow Wollywog|
|Pikmin: Ultimate Doom Enemies|
|Angry Dweevil | Anode Beetle | Anode Dweevil | Antenna Beetle | Armored Cannon Beetle | Blue Wollywog | Breadbug | Bulbmin | Bulborb Larva | Bumbling Snitchbug | Careening Dirigibug | Caustic Dweevil | Chemical Bulblax | Chemical Goolix | Chill Dweevil | Cloaking Burrow-nit | Computer Bug | Creeping Chrysanthemum | Decorated Cannon Beetle Larva | Dwarf Bulbear | Dwarf Orange Bulborb | Dwarf Purple Bulborb | Dwarf Red Bulborb | Fiery Blowhog | Fiery Bulblax | Fiery Dweevil | Gatling Groink | Goolix | Hairy Bulborb | Hermit Crawmad | Hysterical Beetle | Icy Cannon Beetle Larva | Infected Amphituber | Lava Goolix | Lila | Male Sheargrub | Mitite | Munge Dweevil | Mushroom Pikmin | Orange Bulborb | Pearly Clamclamp | Puffstool | Puffy Blowhog | Purple Bulborb | Red Bulborb | Sandy Burrow-Nit | Sandy Dweevil | Seeding Chrysanthemum | Snow Bulborb | Spotty Bulbear | Sticky Bulblax | Sticky Dirigibug | Swooping Snitchbug | Toadstool | Toady Bloyster | Volatile Dweevil | Watery Blowhog | White Mushroom Pikmin | Withering Blowhog | Wogpole | Wollywog | Yellow Wollywog|