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This Article Contains information directly from the Pikmin Games. This article is based off of an Enemy/Treasure/Area/Cave/Pikmin/Character from the Pikmin series of Games.

The enemy Reel is an alphabetic list of all of the enemies in pikmin one, with short clips and some info on each one. You can watch it after beating the Emperor Bulblax, and getting its treasure.

This migrant lithopod has developed a stronger carapace than its relatives.

Waxy secretions form this creature's distinctive armored shell.

This creature's thick hide protects it from most attackers.

The bluish hue of its feathers distinguishes it from the burrowing snarrow.

Could this be the next stage in Pikmin evolution? Like the Pikmin themselves, it has many mysteries.

A bulbear at an early stage of development in its lifecycle, this specimen appears to be nearly fully developed.

Although similar in appearance to bulborbs, these belong to a totally different species.

This massive grub-dog buries itself when hunting.

This creature expels a combustible phosphor that ignites a moderate temperatures.

This rare species uses its antennae as wings.

A watery gelatinous membrane protects this creature's nervous system.

This creature collects nectar for the larvae waiting in its nest.

This forager stores undigested pellets in its stomach for winter.

This creature seems fond of flowers, but only for their decorative properties.

Though beautiful, this mollusk's pearls are thin and fragile.

This sparsely growing plant is able to crystallize nectar into round pellets.

Many consider this walking fungus a delicacy.

Instead of breathing fire, this species uses its hydrogen to float.

Males of this species are purple and have an armored head.

The males of this species are able to fly, but the females remain underground.

Thought to be a malformed larval Mamuta.

This rare species of bulborb has a certain indefatigability.

This nocturnal hunter feeds mostly on small animals returning to their nests at night.

This aquatic creature is a close relative of the bulborb.

This creature appears to be a newborn yellow wollywog in tadpole form.

This creature's coloration results from remaining sheltered in its cavernous dwelling.

After evolution led to the development of its specialized jumping ability, this amphibian actually lost much of its ability to swim.