What Level does Paras Evolve?

Table Of Contents

    Paras is a Bug/Grass Pokémon that debuted in Generation I. At level 24, it evolves into a parasect.

    Biology – What Level does Paras Evolve?

    Paras is an orange insectoid Pokémon that looks like a cicada nymph. It has three pairs of legs and an ovoid body that is segmented. The front legs are the biggest and have sharp claws at the tips. It has five spots on its brow and three teeth on each side of its mouth. It has huge pseudopupils and round eyes.

    Tochukaso, which are red and yellow mushrooms, sprout on this Pokémon’s back. The mushrooms can be removed at any moment and grow from spores poured on this Pokémon’s back by the mushroom on its mother’s back after birth.

    Tochukaso are parasitic in nature, taking nutrients from the host Paras’s body and exerting some control over the Pokémon’s actions. For example, Paras draws nutrients from tree roots in response to mushroom orders. The mushrooms are extremely popular among collectors and have medical purposes, which mainly involve increased longevity. Spore was its hallmark move prior to Generation III.

    According to the anime, Paras are frequently found in caverns. It can, however, survive in moist woodlands. The mushrooms on its back do not grow well in the Alola region. This is believed to be due to a lack of moisture or nutrients.

    Biology - What Level does Paras Evolve?

    Biology – What Level does Paras Evolve?

    Major appearances

    Cassandra has a Paras that is quite weak, but she needs it to grow into a Parasect so she can use its massive mushroom in her medical study in The Problem with Paras. It happened near the end of the program.

    Major appearances

    Major appearances

    Minor appearances

    Multiple Paras made their first appearance in Clefairy and the Moon Stone, where they were pulling mushrooms from their backs. Seymour stated that this behavior was caused by someone stringing lights in Mt. Moon’s caves, and that this was not beneficial for them.

    Minor appearances

    Minor appearances

    >> Read more: