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Escarabajo Cántaro
Dossier Jug Bug.png
Dossier Jug Bug.png
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Nombre común
Escarabajo Cántaro
Spawn Command
admincheat SpawnDino "" 500 0 0 35

The Jug Bug is one of the Creatures in Scorched Earth expansion pack.

Información básica[editar | editar código]

Dosier[editar | editar código]

Esta sección describe lo que la superviviente Helena, autora de los dosiers de dinosaurios, ha escrito en sus notas de exploración por el mundo. Puede que haya algunas discrepancias entre este texto y las condiciones actuales de las criaturas.


Scutinphora puteus is a fast, flying insect that comes in two varieties, visually distinct only in the red or green markings on its exoskeleton. Biologically and behaviorally, they are practically the same. The only real difference between the two is the resource they gather in the expandable sacks on their backs. Scutinphora with green markings gather water, and Scutinphora with red markings gather oil. This unique ability makes Scutinphora a target for both the desert's natural predators and human survivors. Finding a green Scutinphora at the right time could prove to be life-saving, and survivors can use the oil produced by red Scutinphora for a wide variety of purposes.


Like many of the insects on the island, Scutinphora cannot be tamed. Beyond the resources obtained while hunting it, survivors will find no use for it.

~ Helena

Behavior[editar | editar código]

After collecting the resources from a Jug Bug, it, as well as any other Jug Bugs within proximity, will fly away. If it is attacked, it will also fly away. The container on its back will visibly shrink when resources are taken.

Appearance[editar | editar código]

Colorful, grasshopper-like insects found throughout the Scorched Earth, members of genus Scutinphora are consummate desert survivors. The species comes in two morphs, each equipped with a fluid-storing pouch on its back: green morphs store water, while red morphs collect and store oil, perhaps to metabolize it as some sort of food. These so-called "jug bugs" are largely defenseless and will instead fly some distance away from attackers.

Color Scheme and Regions[editar | editar código]

Patrones de color por región

Escarabajo Cántaro siempre aparece con el mismo esquema de color y no tiene Regiones de Color.

Esto implica que es imposible realizar modificaciones sobre el color natural de Escarabajo Cántaro.

Drops[editar | editar código]

Base Stats and Growth[editar | editar código]

Ten en cuenta, que las estadísticas podrán variar en ARK:Survival of the fittest, y en ARK:Mobile

Estadísticas básicas
Atributos Cantidad a nivel 1 Aumento por cada punto
Health.png Salud 75 +15
Stamina.png Energía 100 +10
Oxygen.png Oxígeno 150 +15
Food.png Comida 450 +45
Weight.png Peso 50 +1
Melee Damage.png Daño cuerpo a cuerpo 182 +0.9
Movement Speed.png Velocidad de Movimiento 100% N/A3
Torpidity.png Inconsciencia 100 +6

1Los porcentajes se basan en el valor de la estadística al momento de ser domesticada(Es decir, después de aplicarse la efectividad de tameo.)
2Aquí, se muestra el Daño base en bruto, en lugar de mediante porcentajes.
3Las criaturas salvajes no incrementan su velocidad de movimiento al subir de nivel.
4La Inconsciencia aumenta con los niveles, pero no puede ser subida manualmente una vez ha sido domesticada.

Velocidad de movimiento
Tipo de movimiento Velocidad base Corriendo
Caminando 60 150
Nadando 200 N/A
Volando 120 300

Stamina Cost Attack Range Description
Base Minimum Activation

Combat[editar | editar código]

General[editar | editar código]

The Jug Bug poses no threat to players, tribes or even wild dinos. The only reason not to kill one is the "golden goose" metaphor; a jug bug is far more useful to the player alive, as it offers only an insignificant amount of meat and chitin when killed.

Strategy[editar | editar código]

If a survivor wants to kill a Jug Bug, it is best to leave their sack full, as when they try to flee their movement speed will be severely lowered, making them easy targets for spears and bolas.

Armamento recomendado[editar | editar código]

Usando lanzas y arcos podrás cazarlos sin mayores problemas.

Dangers[editar | editar código]

While chasing a Jug Bug, you might accidentally fall off a cliff or run into an aggressive dino. To prevent this, a well charged bola will hold it down to prevent unnecessary chasing across the desert.

Weakness[editar | editar código]

Completely defenseless, low health, and slow when the sack is full.

Utility[editar | editar código]

Roles[editar | editar código]

Despite being un-tameable, the Jug Bug is a viable source of Water and Oil on the Scorched Earth. Players may want to trap them in cages or huts to be easily harvested for their resources if no natural Water and/or Oil is around. Use a Megalosaurus, Kaprosuchus, or grappling hook to place them in your holding area. Resources—water or oil—may be obtained without harming the bug.

  • Resources: The Jug Bugs can not be tamed but they can be rounded up and contained to provide resources like Chitin (needs to be killed), Oil and Water (harvest without harming).
  • Storing in pens:

Collectibles[editar | editar código]

Cementing Paste (both). To farm it you will need a Beelzebufo.png Beelzebufo (a high damage one is need to make sure the bug doesn't fly away).

Oil (from red ones)

Water (from blue ones)

Spotlight[editar | editar código]

Notas/Información adicional[editar | editar código]

  • This creatures design may have been inspired by the honey pot ant as it has striking similarities due to them storing food within a swollen abdomen.
  • There's a bug which let's you harvest twice the amount of oil from a killed jug bug by taking the oil from its inventory first and after that using the collect oil option in the radial menu.
  • In Helena's notes she says that the Jug Bug can't be tamed like other insects which is correct, however she makes a mistake she says that this insect lives on The Island which is incorrect.
  • While the Jug Bug is similar to a real insect the Honeypot Ant and Helena's notes say it is from the Holocene period. The Jug Bug itself isn't real and there are no fossils of it in the fossil record. Which makes the Jug Bug a future animal that came into existence after Earth became a desert wasteland.

Galería[editar | editar código]

Referencias[editar | editar código]

Plantilla:Nav creatures