In the Pokemon world, you come across all types of species, whether animate or inanimate. While mushrooms are an important part of our diet, they also make an appearance in Pokemon!
With that said, let’s introduce all mushroom pokemon along with their stats, keep reading to find out more.
Amoonguss – Evolves From Foongus
Amoonguss is a Grass/Poison type and has a body of Mushrooms with abilities like Effect Spore and Regeneration which is a hidden ability. Its weaknesses are Psychic, Fire, Flying, and Ice.
The anime debut is The Four Seasons of Sawsbuck, whereas the game debut type is Grass/Poison. As for the first anime, the trainer is James.
Breloom – Evolves From Shroomish
Breloom is classified as a more potent Grass / Fighting type and has a body of Raptor/Kangaroo it’s a magical monster having abilities like Effect Spore, Poison Heal, and Technician, which is a hidden ability.
Its anime debut is Jirachi − Wish Maker, and the first ever known anime trainer is Noland, whereas the game debut type is Ruby/Sapphire.
Foongus – Evolves Into Amoonguss At Level 39
Foongus has the body type of a mushroom despite looking like a pokemon itself it has the abilities like Effect Spore, and Regeneration which is a hidden ability. Foongus’ anime debut was Facing Fear With Eyes Wide Open with the first ever anime trainer Marigold. Its game debut type is Grass/Poison, and it has weaknesses like Psychic, Flying, Fire, and Ice.
Morelull – Evolves Into Shiinotic At Level 24
Meet the shortest Grass/Fairy type Pokémon. Morelull can grow at night, and locomotion is important to avoid taking all nutrients off the land. Its abilities are Effect Spore and Rain Dish (hidden ability). Its major appearance is in Lulled to La-La Land!, and a minor appearance is in Mallow and the Forest Teacher.
Paras – Evolves Into Parasect At Level 24
Paras is the first mushroom creature introduced in the Pokemon universe during Gen 1.
It is categorized as a Bug/Grass type, which is quite obvious from its resemblance to a bug.
It has abilities Effect Spore, Dry Skin, Damp (Hidden ability) and appeared in anime in Clefairy And The Moon Stone with first known trainer Cassandra. Paras are deathly afraid of fire and avian Pokémon.
Parasect – Evolves From Paras
Just like Paras, Parasect is categorized as a Bug/Grass type too having the same abilities that are Effect Spore, Dry Skin, Damp (Hidden). It debuted in anime in A Chansey Operation. its anime trainer is Cassandra.
Shroomish – An Initial Form Of Breloom
Shroomish is a Grass-type Pokémon. Starting at level 23, Shroomish evolves into Breloom. Its body is a type of Mushroom and has abilities like Effect Spore, Poison Heal, and Quick Feet (Hidden Ability). it appeared in anime in Johto Photo Finish with the first known anime trainer Mitsuki and its game debut is Ruby/Sapphire. Some known moves of Shrooish are Absorb, Giga, Drain, Growth, Headbutt, etc.
Shiinotic – Evolves From Morelull
Introduced in Generation VII, Shiinotic is a dual-type Grass/Fairy Pokémo. It evolves from Morelull starting at level 24.
Its abilities include Illuminate or Effect Spore and Rain Dish which is a Hidden Ability. Multiple Shiinotic appeared in Lulled to La-La Land!, where they recently evolved from a group of Morelull.
Vileplume – Evolves From Gloom
Also known as the “Flower Pokémon”, Vileplume is one of the two final evolutions of Oddish, and is a Grass / Poison-type Pokémon. When exposed to a Leaf Stone, it evolves from Gloom.
It has an Anthropomorphic body type having abilities like Chlorophyll, Effect Spore (Hidden Ability). And made its anime debut in Pokemon Scent-Sation with the first known anime trainer Jessiebelle. Its game debut is Red/Green.
Gloom – Evolves From Oddish
Gloom, introduced in Generation I is a dual-type Grass/Poison Pokémon. this pokemon evolves in vileplume when exposed to Leaf stone.
It has abilities Chlorochyll and Stench which is a Hidden Ability. Under the ownership of Erika, Gloom debuted in Pokémon Scent-sation. It tends to emit an odor when exposed to danger
And that was our guide for all mushroom Pokemon. Looking for more Pokemon content? Check out these pages:
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