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|Scientific Name||Oculus Terribilis Dotticum|
|Areas|| P:WoMB: Pool of Mystery, Land's End|
|Underground Areas|| P:WoMB: To be added...|
|Carry Weight|| 10|
|Max. Carriers|| 20 Pikmin|
|Seed Worth|| 15 seeds|
This rare species of bulborb has a certain indefatigability.
A midsize subspecies within the grub-dog family, the spotty bulbear's unique feeding habits set it apart from other grub-dogs. The spotty bulbear patrols a set path searching for prey, instead of passively feeding on creatures that wander into a limited territorial range. When entering bulbear habitat, it is wise to proceed with extreme caution until the bulbear's patrol path can be clearly identified.
For an unrivaled green curry, peel away the spotty bulbear's skin, pulverize the juicy innards, and stew until curiously fragrant.
This article contains information that does not officially belong to the Pikmin series, and is made up by Users on this Wikia.
This article contains information that relates to the non-canon game PikSpore, which was created by Neini8, a user on this Wikia.
In Pikspore, Spotty Bulbears often replace normal Bulborbs in hard mode, though they occur naturally in Foghorn Wetlands and in a few caves.
These beasties retain their reviving abilities and ferocious appetite, but they lack the movement of their former appearances, moving slowly and determinedly along a set patrol route that changes every day and often spans most of the map.
In this game, they are always active and rarely asleep. They have red eyes like in Pikmin 1.
Violet's notes Edit
Defeat it like a regular bulborb. Go for the eyes or behind, But remember it's super senses!