Heracross is a bipedal coleopteran insectoid with a blue exoskeleton. It has a long, pronged horn on its brow. Males’ horns terminate in a cross, while females’ horns end in a heart shape. A short antenna with a spherical tip may be seen on each side of the horn. Heracross has golden eyes that are round in shape. It has a pair of spikes at the wrists on its forearms and a single spike on each of its thighs. It has two claws on each of its hands and a single lengthy claw on each of its feet. In the 3D games, there is a single set of wings covered by elytra that may be seen after its release from a Poké Ball. Heracross’ claws let it to burrow into the ground for firm foothold and climb trees. It tosses opponents or competes for food with its horn. It has the ability to lift and hurl items 100 times its own weight. It searches for food using its two antennas. It is found in boreal, temperate, and tropical woods and feeds on tree sap. Megahorn was Generation II’s trademark move.
As shown in the anime, Heracross has been known to compete for food with Pokémon such as Pinsir. In the same episode, Heracross lets Butterfree graze on tree sap after Heracross has completed its meal. It has also been seen sucking sap from Grass-type Pokémon such as Bulbasaur. Heracross gets along better with Pinsir in Alola since they both have rivalry with Vikavolt.
Mega Heracross is larger than its predecessor. Its head, hands, and shoulders are now adorned with thin orange markings. There is also a half-circle orange mark above its eyes. It now features a long, pointed snout with a little upward curvature. Its back is now totally yellow and devoid of wings. Its horn has developed into a huge, basic spike with two smaller spikes on the front. The antennas have also grown in length and now have ovoid tips. Mega Heracross’ forearms have become thicker and have lost their spines. Because this Pokémon’s body temperature is high, it opens the shells of its limbs and chest to enable heat to escape.  Mega Heracross is so powerful that it can raise items up to 500 times its own weight between its horns. However, after resuming to its former shape, it suffers from muscle pain.
Heracross is part of a one-member family.
- Heracross was released along with the main release of Johto-region Pokémon on February 16th, 2017.
- It is available only in Central and South America.
Shiny form of Heracross was released at the start of Ultra Unlock Part 2: Space on August 6th, 2021.
|In wild since 2017 Feb 16|
|1,772||Increased chance/Previously in:
Native 5-km – 2019 Sep 26 – 2021 Jun 1
|Tier 3 CP 20,809Visit List of Raid Bosses changes for complete appearance|
|1,329||Special Research/Timed Research:
Pokémon GO Tour: Johto Battle Challenge – Completing 3rd part
Pokemon Heracross – Pokemon of two generations ranked 214 in the Pokedex… It is a warring sort of bug that dwells in the Jhoto area. Heracross does not evolve.
How to find and catch the Pokémon Heracross?
Pokémon Heracross may be found in the countryside, in squares and woods, in fields and meadows.
Pokemon Heracross is seldom seen on the map. It may sometimes develop from an egg or be caught during an event.
The Pokemon Heracross is one of the numerous monsters that may be captured in Pokemon Go. Heracross is from Johto’s second generation and was included in the February 16, 2017 update. Heracross is a Pokemon that can only be found in Latin America and South America.
#214 Heracross Info
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