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* {{p|Marill}} {{sup/2|C}}{{tt|*|only applies to Marill found outside water}}
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* {{p|Wooper}} {{sup/2|C}}{{tt|*|only applies to Wooper found outside water}}
 
* {{p|Quagsire}} {{sup/2|C}}{{tt|*|only applies to Quagsire found in tall grass}}
 
* {{p|Quagsire}} {{sup/2|C}}{{tt|*|only applies to Quagsire found in tall grass}}
 
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Some Pokémon are nocturnal Pokémon, which means they appear more frequently in the wild at night, or do not appear at all unless it is night. This only applies to Generation II and Generation IV.

In Generation II

Pokémon active at night

Pokémon active at night and another time of day

In Generation IV

Pokémon active at night

Pokémon active at night and another time of day

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