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|Scientific Name||Mandarachnia Webbina|
|Areas|| Highland Field, Penumbra Plains|
|Underground Areas|| Dark Forest Cave, Web of Terror, Black Hole, Worlds Beyond|
|Carry Weight|| 20|
|Max. Carriers|| 35 Pikmin|
|Seed Worth|| 30|
|Attacks||Eats Pikmin, creates sticky webs|
The Webber Dweevil is a recently discovered dweevil that exhibits prominent differences compared to the majority of dweevil species, which are generally known to use elemental attacks (or at the very least, pick up objects and mimic them). The Webber Dweevil is a subspecies of dweevil, rather like how the bulbear is a subspecies of bulborb. It is larger than the other dweevil varieties and stands about as tall as and has the same legspan as an Armored Cannon Beetle. This enemy hides in large spiderweb growths that appear to be the same that contain the Burgeoning Spiderwort plants. This could mean that the Webber Dweevil itself is a carrier of the spores that suffocate the plant life. They spores and the dweevil share a symbiotic relationship; the spores benefit by having plenty of vegetation to feed upon, and the dweevil spreads out the spores on a web, hoping to entice creatures that search for food underneath, only to be taken by surprise when the massive dweevil rises from the webs. In order to defeat the Webber Dweevil, toss a single Pikmin into the web to lure it out, then aim well and throw Pikmin at its body before it can eat too many of them. When there are multiple Webber Dweevils however, this can pose a problem. Dealing with Webber Dweevils on their turf becomes easier once you discover Black Pikmin. Be aware that Webber Dweevils sometimes roam freely in search of prey, and may not always be hiding in ambush.
Take Caution Edit
Don't recklessly attack molds that may hold plant life or treasures underneath; unlike in Pikmin 2, molds in this game are sticky and a pain to deal with. If you lead your army onto the web and attempt to get away if a Webber Dweevil pops up, you won't have much success and it could be the end of the day for you. The first time you discover a mold in the game, the Research Pod warns that the mold is coated with a super-adhesive substance. It pays to pay attention.