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|Appears in|| Pikmin 2|
|Areas|| Pikmin 2|
Valley of Repose
|Underground areas||All caves excluding Emergence Cave|
|Challenge Mode levels|| Pikmin 2|
Three Color Training
Twilight Hollow Remix
Fortress of Festivity
|2-Player and Bingo Battle levels||None|
To destroy a Nectar Egg, simply attack it with your Pikmin or punch it a few times with your Captain. Nectar Eggs pose absolutely no harm to either one. However, in Pikmin 2, it is advisable to throw a Purple Pikmin onto a nectar egg, as this will immediately break the egg and all contained Mitites will be killed. In Pikmin 3, Rock Pikmin destroy eggs on impact much like Purples, but there is not risk of Mitites, so it's not as strongly recomended.
There are no nectar eggs in the first game, but they can be found in many places in Pikmin 2; each number represents the number of nectar eggs in a group. Also, note that nectar eggs may appear in almost all underground locations. Either on the ground or falling from the cave ceiling. In Pikmin 3, eggs still appear, but not as conveniently as they did in Pikmin 2. They can also be found under Flukeweeds. Flukeweeds that hold nectar eggs only require one Winged Pikmin to uproot.
- Valley of Repose: 3
- Perplexing Pool: 2, 3
- Wistful Wild: 10
- Tropical Wilds: 13
- Garden of Hope:
- Distant Tundra: 8
- Where you'd fight the Shaggy Long Legs, 1 of which is hidden under a Flukeweed.
- Twilight River: 1
- Hidden under a Flukeweed near the discovery location of the Pink Onion.
- Formidable Oak:
Pikmin 3 Prima Guide
"Smash one of these small objects to reveal a puddle of Nectar or Ultra Spicy Nectar."