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(In Generation IV: There's no need for HGSS abbreviation when you can't find wild Pidgeotto in Sinnoh.)
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* {{p|Corsola}} {{sup/t|Morning}} {{sup/4|HGSS}}
 
* {{p|Corsola}} {{sup/t|Morning}} {{sup/4|HGSS}}
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* {{p|Sneasel}} {{sup/t|Night}}
   
 
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Revision as of 23:57, 23 February 2013

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Some Pokémon are diurnal Pokémon, which means they appear more frequently in the wild during the day, or do not appear at all unless it is daytime. This only applies to Generation II and Generation IV, where time is a major feature.

In Generation II

Pokémon active during daytime

Pokémon active during daytime and another time of day

In Generation IV

Pokémon active during daytime

Pokémon active during daytime and another time of day

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