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|Scientific Name||Himeagea mandibulosa|
|Areas||The Forest of Hope, Awakening Wood|
|Underground Areas||Hole of Beasts, White Flower Garden, Bulblax Kingdom, Glutton's Kitchen, Hole of Heroes|
|Max. Carriers||2 Pikmin in Pikmin 1
1 Pikmin in Pikmin 2
|Seed Worth||2 seeds|
|Treasure Value||1 poko|
Unlike the members of the opposing gender, the Female Sheargrubs are scavengers and do not attack the Captains, nor Pikmin. Their behavior, along with their light pink color and relatively small jaws make the most distinctive differences between the males and females.
These creatures are also related to the Shearwig.
Notes[edit | edit source]
Olimar's Notes[edit | edit source]
The males of this species are purple and black creatures with tapered mouths, while the females are lighter in color and lack an armored exoskeleton. As with most mandiblards, these creatures have regressed to the point where they have lost both legs and wings. They can be seen crawling around on the ground and are believed to feed on the vegetable extracts from the congealed fluids of expired Pikmin.
Louie's Notes[edit | edit source]
For an unforgettable quiche, slice this creature up and mix with four eggs, two vine-ripened tomatoes, dried zucchini, and generous handfuls of feta and swiss. Bake until crusty and golden. This beast is most flavorable if caught and cooked just after laying its eggs.
Killing strategies[edit | edit source]
Female Sheargrubs are cannon fodder and can be defeated with ease by either the Pikmin or Olimar. There is no threat at all. Leading them into water will also deplete their health.
In fanon-games[edit | edit source]
This article contains information that does not officially belong to the Pikmin series, and is made up by Users on this Wikia.
This is where users type in the fanon version of Female Sheargrub.
In PR these are more evolved and can fly for brief periods. They are still cannon fodder, though.
Pikmin 4.75[edit | edit source]
They have more health now than the males and are extremely common found in EVERY AREA
|Canon Harmless Enemies|
|Bumbling Snitchbug | Mitite | Withering Blowhog | Skitter Leaf | Unmarked Spectralids | Wogpole | Lesser Spotted JF | Greater Spotted JF | Swooping Snitchbug | Honeywisp|