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Some Pokémon have variations between individuals, whether it be due to their gender or some other factor. These are known as form differences. These variations all have differing sprites in the games and are recognized by the "forms" section of the Pokédex.

Pokémon with alternate forms

Alternate forms are variations between individuals that depend on some factor other than gender.

Flowger and Bullotus

Flowger and Bullotus have different appearances depending on something. This difference is entirely cosmetic, and has no effect on anything other than appearance.

Neither form can change into the other. The appearance of the mother is passed on to the hatched Pokémon during breeding.

The body color of Flowger and Bullotus change. Their flowers also change color and have different patterns.

Green
Flowger green.png
 Grass  Water 
Bullotus Green Sugi 4.png
 Grass  Water 
Blue
Flowger blue.png
 Grass  Water 
Bullotus Blue Sugi 4.png
 Grass  Water 

Noxial

Noxial has different appearances depending on the item it was holding as a Phlask when it evolved. A Phlask holding a Burn Heal will become an Endothermic Form Noxial, while a Phlask holding an Ice Heal will become an Exothermic Form Noxial.

Neither form can change into the other.

As well as having different appearances, the alternate forms of Noxial can also learn some different moves by leveling up.

Lv. Noxial Blue Sugi 4c.png
Endothermic Form
 Poison  Ghost 
102Noxial Exothermic.png
Exothermic Form
 Poison  Ghost 
Start Poison Gas
Scary Face
Rapid Spin
5 Smog
8 Astonish
11 Powder Snow Ember
14 Confuse Ray
18 Acid Rain
22 Aurora Beam Flame Burst
25 Toxic Spikes
28 Acid Spray
31 Ice Beam Flamethrower
35 Self-Destruct
39 Disable
42 Blizzard Fire Blast
45 Acid Armor
48 Destiny Bond
52 Explosion
Moves in bold are STAB. Moves in italics do no damage.


Quetzar

Quetzar has different appearances depending on something. It can change its Forme through an unknown method.

Aside from appearance, the alternate forms of Quetzar have different secondary types, different stat distributions and can learn some different moves by leveling up. They also have different heights, weights and EV yields.

Quetzar's appearance differs significantly between its two forms.

Lv. Quetzar Statue S1.png
Statue Forme
 Dragon  Rock 
Quetzar Space Sugi 4 Squared.png
Space Forme
 Dragon  Psychic 
Start Scary Face
Twister
8 Nature Power Secret Power
14 Dragon Breath
23 Slash Air Slash
30 Ancient Power
38 Rock Tomb Power Gem
44 Rock Polish Cosmic Power
51 Stone Edge
59 Signature Move
64 Dragon Dance
71 Hyper Voice
79 Dragon Pulse
87 Outrage
Moves in bold are STAB. Moves in italics do no damage.


Pokémon Quetzar Statue S1.png
Statue Forme
Quetzar Space Sugi 4 Squared.png
Space Forme
HP
105
105
Attack
85
85
Defense
160
105
Sp. Attack
85
160
Sp. Defense
145
125
Speed
90
90
Total 670 670


Pokémon with gender differences

Some species of Pokémon have differences in appearance due to gender, with noticeable differences between the males and females.

These differences are a reference to sexual dimorphism, which is commonly seen in many real lifeforms and may offer some clues to their biology and behavior.

Pokémon that have gender differences are:

# Name of Pokémon GenderM.png GenderF.png
Description of difference
#001 Foliat 001.png 001f.png
Males have red cheeks, while females do not.
#002 Florabri 002.png 002f.png
Males have red cheeks, while females do not.
#003 Floressum 003.png 003f.png
Males have red cheeks, while females do not. Female Floressum have a more prominent chest.
#018 Llamarsh 018.png 018f.png
Males have larger antlers.
#019 Buckston 019.png 019f.png
Males have larger antlers.
#032 Snogre 032.png 032f.png
Males have bushier eyebrows.
#151 Pompagoon Pompagoonfrontm.png Pompagoonfrontf.png
Males have straight hair; females have slightly curly hair.
#152 Hyekuza HyekuzaCM.png HyekuzaCF.png
Males have straight hair; females have slightly curly hair.
#160 Viipii Viipiim.png Viipiif.png
Females have a larger skirt that covers more of their body.
#175 Silkinder Silkinder male same ribbon.png Silkinder f same ribbon.png
Males have blue wings and antennae. Males' antennae are spaced apart and the curved edges point upwards. Females have pink wings and antennae. Females' antennae are close together and the curved edges point away from each other. Females have eyelashes.
#176 Paramoth Paramothmasctrans.png Paramothfemtrans.png
Males have blue wings and antennae. Males' antennae are spaced apart and the curved edges point upwards. Females have pink wings and antennae. Females' antennae are close together and the curved edges point away from each other. Females have stubby claws on their legs; males have sharp claws. Females have eyelashes.
#214 Diamat Sketcher diamat.png Sketcher diamat fem.png
Male has a point under its chin. Female has a smooth chin.

Unofficial alternate forms

Some Pokémon have differing sprites in the game, but they are not recognised as official alternate forms. They are:

  • Musburry - Its tail berry changes depending on the berry it is holding. The color of its snout changes to match the berry.
  • Doppole and Artifish - Both have a variety of possible lures.


by attributes abilityegg grouptype
body stylecryspeciescolorfootprintheightweight
by evolution evolution family
no evolution familytwo-stage familythree-stage familybranched
by in-game stats base stats (by typefully evolved) • catch rateExp/EVs given in battle
gender ratiosteps to hatchwild held itembase friendship
by category starterlegendary (GolemsSpiritsIdolsQuetzar) • fossilform differences
by development Pokémon needing: Pokédex entriescriestutor movesbreeding moveswith locked stats
new movesnew abilitiessignature movessignature abilitiesproposed Hidden Abilities
spritesshiny dumpanimated spritesoverworldsegg spritesSprite Graveyard
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