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A Belue Berry (Japanese: ベリブのみ Beribu Fruit) is a type of Berry introduced in Generation III.
Growth and harvest
A Belue Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 72 hours, with 18 hours per stage. A Belue tree will yield 1-2 Berries.
A Belue Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 60 hours, with 15 hours per stage. A Belue tree will yield 2-15 Berries.
At 100% performance, this Berry will contribute 500 units of powder.
At 100% performance, this Berry may produce a level 31 Sour-Spicy Poffin.
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In the anime
A Belue Berry in the anime
The Belue Berry first appeared in Aipom and Circumstance!. Hank was holding one in his pack, and he used its sourness to help Ash's Aipom remove a crown that was stuck on her head.
Belue Berries were seen among the many different kinds of Berries used as a part of the Anistar City Pokémon Showcase in A Performance Pop Quiz!.
A Belue Berry appeared in First Catch in Alola, Ketchum-Style!, among many other kinds of Berries.
Belue Berries were one of the many different kinds of Berries seen in A Team-on-Team Tussle!.
A Belue Berry was seen in the pile of Berries in Bewear's den in Acting True to Form!.
A Belue Berry was seen in A Recipe for Success!, where Mallow realized that a group of Fearow liked it whilst helping out at Oranguru's place. Afterwards, Mallow prepared them a meal of Belue and Durin Berries.
In the manga
Belue Berries in Pokémon Adventures
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
In Lucky Lucario II, Belue Berries were seen amongst the Berries that Diamond used while making food for himself, his Pokémon, and Riley while training at Iron Island. Tru used Razor Leaf to cut them into small pieces, after which Lax dumped the pieces into a pot.
||ベリブのみ Beribu no Mi
||From ブルーベリー blueberry
|| Baie Myrte
||From myrtille, blueberry
||From Vaccinium myrtillus
||From mirtillo, blueberry
||루베열매 Luebe Yeolmae
||From 블루베리 blueberry
||靛莓果 Diànméi Guǒ*
||From 靛 diàn (indigo) and 藍莓 / 蓝莓 lánméi (blueberry)
||靛莓果 Dihnmùih Gwó
||From 靛 dihn (indigo) and 藍莓 làahmmùih (blueberry)
||From its English name