- This article relates to the canonical games. See Pikipedia's "Hairy Bulborb" article for more canonical information.
|Scientific Name||Oculus Kageyamii Folliculus|
|Areas|| SI: Mountain Springs
|Underground Areas||SI: Pale Pit of Peril, Fireside Temple, Snowstorm Grotto, Dark Forest Cave|
|Carry Weight|| 10|
|Max. Carriers|| 20 Pikmin|
|Seed Worth|| 12|
|Value|| 4 Pokos|
- 1 Pikmin: Sinister Incinerator
- 2 PikSpore
- 3 Pikmin:Doomed Time
- 4 Pikmin: Attack of the Breadbugs
- 5 Pikimon
- 6 In Pikmin: Ultimate Doom
- 7 In Pikmin: Back in Action
- 8 Pikmin the huge debt
- 9 In One Pikmin
- 10 Pikmin: The Bulblaxian War
- 11 In Pikmin 4
- 12 Pikmin: Return
Pikmin: Sinister Incinerator
This article relates to the Non-Canon game, Pikmin: Sinister Incinerator, and is made up by the users of this wiki.
These appear in Pikmin: Sinister Incinerator.
This article contains information that relates to the non-canon game PikSpore, which was created by Neini, a user on this Wiki.
In PikSpore they are quite common, even appearing above ground. Not much is different from their canon counterparts.
This article contains information about the non-canon game, Pikmin: Doomed Time, made by Pikness34, and help is accepted by other users.
These appear in snowy Places
Pikmin: Attack of the Breadbugs
|Scientific Name||Oculus Kageyamii Folliculus|
|Areas|| Land of Wonders, in the Arctic Territory|
|Underground Areas|| Dangerous Depths, in the Arctic Chamber|
|Carry Weight|| 20|
|Max. Carriers|| 40 Pikmin|
|Seed Worth|| 10|
Hairy Bulborbs return in Pikmin: Attack of the Breadbugs. Hairy Bulborbs generally are found wandering in both the Arctic Territory and Arctic Chamber. Only one Hairy Bulborb can be found in the Arctic Chamber, guarding the Frozen Legend Shard. Unlike in Pikmin 2, Hairy Buborbs lose more fur the more they are injured. This means by the time they are defeated, Hairy Bulborbs will have lost all of their fur. Pikmin may be thrown onto the hair of a Hairy Bulborb to have more of a grip and advantage of defeating one. However, this also means that the Hairy Bulborb becomes more aggressive and agitated the further its health is depleted. Hairy Bulborbs constantly patrol the area, and may stop to look at the ground for a few moments just as Dwarf Bulborbs do. Captain Olimar cannot assist in carrying the corpses of Hairy Bulborbs due to their large size.
This article and/or image relates to the non-canon game, Pikimon, created by Lazer, assisted by Cheepy-Cheepy and Alpo499.
- Start - Headbutt
- Start - Snowball
- Lv. 10 - Dash
- Lv. 15 - Bite
- Lv. 23 - Ice Pile
- Lv. 25 - Slam
- Lv. 28 - Freeze
- Lv. 30 - Crunch
- Lv. 35 - Hailstorm
- Lv. 50 - Snowstorm
- HM01 - Strength
- Bulborb Larva -> Light Stone
In Pikmin: Ultimate Doom
This article contains information that relates to the non-canon game Pikmin: Ultimate Doom by Wraith.
In Pikmin: Back in Action
|Scientific Name||Oculus kageyamii folliculus|
|Underground Areas|| Unknown Now|
|Carry Weight|| 10|
|Max. Carriers|| 20 Pikmin|
|Seed Worth|| 12 seeds|
This Hairy Bulborb only appears in snowy, cold climates. Blacks and Reds are recommended as always. An interesting note is that when attacking the Hairy Bulborb, when it has its hair, it has higher defense. So instead of having 650 HP, it really has 975! Shocking!
Pikmin the huge debt
This species of bulborb seems to have fur to protect its body from extremely cold environments.
To make a mouthwatering Lasagna, slice this beast up with cheese, and pasta. add spices and tomato sauce, then throw it in the oven at 250° fot 30 minutes.
This beast is perfect for finding treasures in the snow due to its body warming hair.
This creature is perfect for Polka dot boots. Or a beautiful fur coat.
If you live in cold regions this beast is perfect for you, since it warms itself.
This thing likes the cold and is as warm as my lovely Louie.
In One Pikmin
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A Hairy Bulborb appears as a mini boss in One Pikmin.
Pikmin: The Bulblaxian War
|The Bulblaxian War
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The Hairy Bulborb appears in Pikmin: The Bulblaxian War, and is of the same difficulty when faced as normal. They are found in The Valley of Regret and The Temple of Ice. The one in the Temple of Ice holds the Unknown Spotlight.
Oculus kageyamii folliculus
This bulborb has rapidly growing hair follicles. When it loses its hair, it usually regenerates in a couple of hours, granted that the bulborb has enough nutrients to do so.
These guys are a great source of carpet beetles. Well, they can cause them to appear, anyways. Now all Olimar needs to do is find a treasure that doubles as a bug-zapper...
In Pikmin 4
This Article Contains information about a non-canon game, Pikmin 4 (Wii U), made by BallsAngus.
These enemies appear in Pikmin 4, they are the same as their Pikmin 2 counterpart. They appear in Silver Lake
These enemies appear in Pikmin: Return, with graphical changes such as: Its hairs look more "silky", every individual have different brown(on its face) and blue spots(on its back), as well as making it look a bit more like the Red and Orange Bulborb from Pikmin 3. Its behavior has been changed a bit. If pikmin are thrown onto its eyes it, like any other grub-dog, will flinch and drop any Pikmin in its mouth. It will lose its hair the more it is damaged, much like in Pikmin: Attack of the Breadbugs. It's hair provides some defense, taking .5 of the damage dealt by Pikmin if attacked from behind, while its face takes normal damage. A bomb-rock will take half of its health an will make all of its hairs fall off. If the Hairy Bulborb is caught in the rain, its hairs will appear soaked and will take .2 damage, and it will not be asleep making this enemy quite dangerous in the rain.
|Armored Cannon Beetle | Beady Long Legs | Breadbug | Burrowing Snagret | Dwarf Bulbear | Dwarf Bulborb | Emperor Bulblax | Fiery Blowhog | Swooping Snitchbug | Goolix | Honeywisp | Iridescent Flint Beetle | Mamuta | Pearly Clamclamp | Pellet Posy | Puffstool | Puffy Blowhog | Male Sheargrub | Female Sheargrub | Shearwig | Smoky Progg | Spotty Bulbear | Spotty Bulborb | 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 | 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 | 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 | Unmarked Spectralid | Volatile Dweevil | Water Dumple | Waterwraith | Watery Blowhog | Withering Blowhog | Wogpole | Wollywog | Yellow Wollywog|
|Arachnode | Arctic Cannon Larva | Armored Cannon Larva | Armored Mawdad | Baldy Long Legs | Bearded Amprat | Bug-Eyed Crawmad | Bulborb | Burrowing Snagret | Calcified Crushblat | Desiccated Skitter Leaf | Dwarf Bulbear | Dwarf Bulborb | Dwarf Orange Bulborb | Female Sheargrub | Fiery Blowhog | Flighty Joustmite | Hermit Crawmad | Iridescent Flint Beetle | Joustmite | Male Sheargrub | Medusal Slurker | Nectarous Dandelfly | Peckish Aristocrab | Pellet Posy | Phosbat | Plasm Wraith | Puckering Blinnow | Puffy Blowhog | Pyroclasmic Slooch | Quaggled Mireclops | Red Spectralid | Orange Bulborb | Sandbelching Meerslug | Scornet | Scornet Maestro | Shaggy Long Legs | Shearwig | Skeeterskate | Skutterchuck | Skitter Leaf | Spotty Bulbear | Sputtlefish | Swarming Sheargrub | Swooping Snitchbug | Toady Bloyster | Vehemoth Phosbat | Waddlepus | Watery Blowhog | Water Dumple | Whiptongue Bulborb | White Spectralid | Wogpole | Yellow Spectralid | 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 | 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 | 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|