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This is a list of all known Endemic Life in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise) for the Nintendo Switch. Read on to learn all about the List of Endemic Life, types of Endemic Life, and more!

About Endemic Life

Creatures That Inhabit the Area

Monster Hunter Rise - Spiribird.png

Endemic Life are wildlife that you can interact with during missions to gain certain benefits and/or effects.

In Monster Hunter World (MHW), they are collectibles that can be added to your room as decorations. Aside from providing research points and fulfilling quests, they offer no other benefits. In MH Rise, they offer certain effects that can be used in your hunts.

No Tools Needed to Catch Them

In MHW where they were first introduced, Endemic Life needed to be caught using the Capture Net. In MH Rise however, there is no need to use specialized tools to catch these creatures.

Endemic Life Are Classified Into Eight Categories

Type Effects
Permabuffer Buffs the hunter for the entire duration of the hunt.
Temp Buffer Buffs the hunter for a limited amount of time.
Hunting Helper Can be deployed in the field for assorted effects depending on the Hunting Helper, like luring monsters or healing the party. Can be collected and stored in the Helper Cage, for a maximum of five.
Ensnaring Life When triggered, damages, stuns, and/or traps the monster.
Crafty Creatures Gives you valuable items that you can craft with or sell.
Lucky Life Doubles your currency rewards at the end of a quest.
Rare Creature Only registered in the Hunter's Notes when photographed.
Other Endemic lifeforms that don't fall into any of the categories.

List of Endemic Life

Permabuffers

Name Description
Green Spiribird.pngGreen Spiribird
Permabuffer
A tiny, softly glowing bird. The aroma of the pollen on its body grants a boon to health.
Orange Spiribird.pngOrange Spiribird
Permabuffer
A tiny, softly glowing bird. The aroma of the pollen on its body grants a boon to defense.
Prism Spiribird.pngPrism Spiribird
Permabuffer
A small bird that glows a spectrum of colors. This glow comes from pollen that accumulates on its body while drinking nectar. Many mistake this glow for a human soul, hence the name. Petalaces become fragrant and gain maximized abilities when imbued with this pollen.
Red Spiribird.pngRed Spiribird
Permabuffer
A tiny, softly glowing bird. The aroma of the pollen on its body grants a boon to attack.
Yellow Spiribird.pngYellow Spiribird
Permabuffer
A tiny, softly glowing bird. The aroma of the pollen on its body grants a boon to stamina.

Temp Buffers

Name Description
Butterflame.pngButterflame
Temp Buffer
A butterfly that, if struck, will release a powder that briefly boosts attack.
Clothfly.pngClothfly
Temp Buffer
A butterfly that, if struck, will release a powder that briefly boosts defense.
Cutterfly.pngCutterfly
Temp Buffer
A dragonfly that releases a cloud of pheromones that temporarily boosts affinity.
Golden Lampsquid.pngGolden Lampsquid
Temp Buffer
The Golden Lampsquid owes its aureate glow to its ink, which is known to promote concentration, fortitude, and the healing of any and all wounds.
Green Lampsquid.pngGreen Lampsquid
Temp Buffer
Green Lampsquid ink has curative properties, healing injuries and wounds to an extent.
Peepersects.pngPeepersects
Temp Buffer
A butterfly that, if struck, will release a powder that briefly curbs stamina loss.
Red Lampsquid.pngRed Lampsquid
Temp Buffer
Red Lampsquid ink temporarily increases concentration, granting the consumer a higher chance of landing critical strikes.
Vigorwasp.pngVigorwasp
Temp Buffer
An insect that releases a cloud of restorative nectar when struck.
Wirebug.pngWirebug
Temp Buffer
A wild Wirebug. When caught, your Wirebug gauge will temporarily increase by 1.
Yellow Lampsquid.pngYellow Lampsquid
Temp Buffer
Yellow Lampsquid ink temporarily dulls the nerves, making the consumer more resistant to pain.

Hunting Helpers

Name Description
Antidobra.pngAntidobra
Hunting Helper
A snake that shoots a poison antidote. Can be used to cure and prevent poison.
Aurorturtle.png
Aurorturtle

Hunting Helper
A tortoise that absorbs a blow that would otherwise, incapacitate you.
Blastoad.pngBlastoad
Hunting Helper
A frog that discharges a combustible gas guaranteed to be a blast!
Brewhare.pngBrewhare
Hunting Helper
A moss-covered rabbit. Can be used to improve the effects of some items.
Escuregot.pngEscuregot
Hunting Helper
A large green snail. Sprays a restorative mist when used.
Firebeetle.pngFirebeetle
Hunting Helper
A beetle that rolls up lava rocks into balls. Throw the ball to engulf a target in flames.
Gustcrab.pngGustcrab
Hunting Helper
A terrestrial crab that unleashes a strong gust of wind that launches hunters upwards.
Lanternbug.pngLanternbug
Hunting Helper
A bug that automatically retaliates against enemy attacks using a blast when held.
Mudbeetle.pngMudbeetle
Hunting Helper
A beetle that rolls up mud into a ball. When thrown, the ball is imbued with water element.
Paratoad.pngParatoad
Hunting Helper
A frog that discharges a paralyzing gas that immobilizes those hit by it.
Poisontoad.pngPoisontoad
Hunting Helper
A frog that discharges a poisonous gas.
Puppet Spider.pngPuppet Spider
Hunting Helper
A spider that spits a sticky web, which can be used like reins for Wyvern Riding.
Sleeptoad.pngSleeptoad
Hunting Helper
A frog that discharges a sleeping gas that puts those hit to sleep.
Snowbeetle.pngSnowbeetle
Hunting Helper
A beetle that rolls up snow into ice balls. Not recommended for a friendly snowball fight.
Stinkmink.pngStinkmink
Hunting Helper
A weasel that sprays special pheromones that attract monsters.
Thunderbeetle.pngThunderbeetle
Hunting Helper
A beetle that rolls up mud containing thunder-infused monster hair into balls. ZAP!
Trapbugs.pngTrapbugs
Hunting Helper
Insects with sharp horns. A monster that tramples them will flee temporarily.
Tricktoad.pngTricktoad
Hunting Helper
The Tricktoad is a bodacious Endemic Life that will daringly challenge bigger monsters by flaring its fins and releasing strong pheromones. They make for great decoys!
Wailnard.pngWailnard
Hunting Helper
A pheasant with a unique red sac. Its call draws in large monsters.

Ensnaring Life

Name Description
Echobat.pngEchobat
Ensnaring Life
Bats found in Lava Caverns. They live in groups and eat small flying bugs,. Highly territorial, they will threaten invaders by turning themselves red and releasing scales that act like gun powder to cause explosions large enough to hurt even large monsters.
Flashfly.pngFlashfly
Ensnaring Life
An insect that releases a blinding flash of light when struck.
Giganha.pngGiganha
Ensnaring Life
Carnivorous fish native to the Flooded Forest. Though usually docile, they'll go into a frenzy when they smell meat. Giganha will attempt to sink their teeth into anything, monsters and hunters alike. Their ravenous behavior subsides once they have had their fill, but will return when hunger sets in.
Pincercrab.pngPincercrab
Ensnaring Life
A crab that sticks to walls and shoots accumulated dirt at targets approaching it.

Crafty Creatures

Name Description
Boulder Lizard.pngBoulder Lizard
Crafty Creature
A relative of the Rock Lizard, these lizards can also be found in a number of locales. And like the Rock Lizard, it also attaches a variety of minerals to its body to protect itself. However, these minerals are typically harder than those found on Rock Lizzards and are more sought after by hunters.
Rock Lizard.pngRock Lizard
Crafty Creature
A small lizard that lives in various locales. To protect itself from predators, Rock Lizards will attack minerals to their body in order to blend in with their surroundings. If attacked, they will shed these minerals and escape. They are popular among hunters as the minerals have many uses.
Scale Lizard.pngScale Lizard
Crafty Creature
Relatives of the Rock Lizard, these lizards can also be found in a number of locales. Unlike the Rock Lizard, they don't attach minerals to their bodies—instead, they tend to use monster scales and claws. Scale Lizards are extremely rare as they inhabit areas seldom traveled. They are prized by hunters as the materials they drop fetch a high price.

Lucky Life

Name Description
Felicicrow.pngFelicicrow
Lucky Life
A large crow with beautiful blue and black feathers. It possesses a lavish white collar and tall feathers so highly developed that it's able to use them as a third leg. It is said those who can snatch a twig from its beak will come into great fortune.
Fortune Owl.pngFortune Owl
Lucky Life
An auspicious owl of this region, with golden feathers on its chest and a cat-like face. Due to its extreme rarity, it has been a symbol of wealth since ancient times. Those who encounter it are said to come into great fortune.

Rare Creatures

Name Description
Hellbill.pngHellbill
Rare Creature
A rare bird found near the crater of the Lava Caverns.
Monksnail.pngMonksnail
Rare Creature
A gigantic sea snail from the Frost Islands.
Quetzalcobra.pngQuetzalcobra
Rare Creature
A rare snake that inhabits the Flooded Forest.
Regitrice.pngRegitrice
Rare Creature
A rare wingdrake of the Sandy Plains.
Snow-faced Fox.pngSnow-faced Fox
Rare Creature
A fox that inhabits the Shrine Ruins.

Other Endemic Life

Name Description
Golden Spiribug.pngGolden Spiribug
Other
A golden insect. Restores some stamina when picked up and can be stored.
Great Wirebug.pngGreat Wirebug
Other
A large Wirebug. Uses Jewel Lilies to send you soaring in a specified direction.

Endemic Life Details

Permabuffers

Spiribird

Monster Hunter Rise - Spiribird.png

Spiribirds give you buffs to your health, defense, and stamina, depending on their color. The pollen that comes from the Spiribird attaches to the hunter's Petalace.
Spiribird Locations and Best Spiribird Routes

Temp Buffers

Clothfly

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Clothflies buff your defense temporarily.
How to Get and Use Clothfly

Peepersects

Peepersects boost stamina recovery. Make sure to pick these up if your weapon is stamina-heavy!
How to Get and Use Peepersects

Wirebug

Wirebugs found in the wild will add another Wirebug to the two you already have, for a total of three Wirebugs.

Take note though, the third wirebug is not permanent! The extra wirebug you get will escape after some time so use them wisely.

How to Use Wirebugs

Great Wirebug

Monster Hunter Rise - Great Wirebug.png

Great Wirebugs, found in plants, will allow you to travel greater distances than what the normal Wirebugs offer. However, it is only for a one-time use.
How to Get and Use Great Wirebug

Hunting Helpers

Stinkmink

Monster Hunter Rise - Stinkmink.png

Stinkminks will coat you in its pheremones, allowing you to lure monsters anywhere you like.
How to Get and Use Stinkmink

Escuregot

Monster Hunter Rise - Escuregot.png

When deployed, Escuregots will release a healing mist that will heal the party over time.
How to Get and Use Escuregot

Ensnaring Life

Giganha

Monster Hunter Rise - Giganha.png

When you feed Giganha raw meat, they will go into a frenzy and damage any monster that comes into its vicinity.
How to Get and Use Giganha

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