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All Shiny Grass Pokémon in Scarlet & Violet

What is better than Grass Pokémon? Shiny Grass Pokémon!

Shiny Pokémon are uncommon and highly sought-after variants of regular Pokémon that are frequently more visually appealing than their original counterparts. Fortunately for one of the more common types in the game, Shiny Grass Pokémon can be found in various locations throughout Scarlet and Violet. These Pokémon come in various shapes and sizes, with distinct color palettes that set them apart from regular Pokémon.

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This article will list all Shiny Grass Pokémon available in Scarlet and Violet.

Shiny Sprigatito

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The Shiny form of Sprigatito can be distinguished from its non-shiny counterpart in a very obvious way. It changes its facial and body accents to blue-green from leaf green. You can get this shiny by hatching it from an egg. 

Shiny Floragato

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Similar to its pre-evolution Shiny Sprigatito, Shiny Floragato has a small but noticeable appearance change. The original version’s lighter olive green and light green tones become a darker blue-green and aqua green in the shiny variant. You can catch this shiny by evolving Shiny Sprigatito.

Shiny Meowscarada

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Shiny Meowscarada‘s look has undergone a subtle but discernible change comparable to its original form. It darkens the colors of its body even more, turning them blue-green and greenish-black. You can get this shiny by evolving a Shiny Floragato.

Shiny Hoppip

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As opposed to its regular version, Shiny Hoppip’s coloration has undergone a few subtle but noticeable changes. It changes its body color to green from pink. You can catch this shiny at South Province Areas One and Two.

Shiny Skiploom

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Shiny Skiploom, like its pre-evolution, has a subtle but noticeable color difference from its non-shiny counterpart.  It does the reverse of Shiny Skiploom— it changes its body color from green to pink. You can catch this shiny at East Province Areas One and Two, South Province Areas Three and Five, and West Province Area Two.

Shiny Jumpluff

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The color of this shiny has changed slightly but noticeably from its original variant. Shiny Jumpluff’s color changes from blue in the original form to pink in the shiny form. You can catch this shiny at North Province Areas One, Two, and Three and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Sunkern

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The difference between shiny and non-shiny Sunkern is barely discernible. This shiny just changes its shade to a slightly darker shade and is barely there. You can catch this shiny at South Province Area One and Two.

Shiny Sunflora

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Shiny Sunflora makes a big color change compared to its non-shiny variant. It changes its entire body’s color to gold. You can catch this shiny at the East Paldean Sea, North Province Area Two and Three, South Province Area Six, and the Tagtree Thicket.

Shiny Bounsweet

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Compared to its original variant, Shiny Bounsweet has a significantly different color palette. This shiny has changed its color palette to purple, magenta, and beige. You can catch this shiny at East Province Areas One and Two and South Province Areas One and Two. 

Shiny Steenee

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Shiny Steenee, like its pre-evolution Shiny Bounsweet, Shiny Steenee makes a significant change in its appearance. It changes its color palette to purple, magenta, and beige. You can catch this shiny at East Province Areas One and Two and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Tsareena

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Shiny Tsareena, like its pre-evolutions, undergoes a noticeable change in appearance and coloring. Unlike other shinies who simply change their color shades, Shiny Tsareena completely changes their color palette to purple, magenta, and beige. You can obtain this Shiny by evolving a Shiny Steenee.

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Shiny Smoliv

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The color difference between the non-shiny and glossy versions of Smoliv is almost unnoticeable. The only difference is its slightly darker shade and black olive from a lighter shade and yellow olive. You can catch this shiny at South Province Area Two.

Shiny Dolliv

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Unlike its pre-evolution Shiny Smoliv, Shiny Dolliv’s difference in color is much more noticeable when compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It darkens its colors from a leaf green color with yellow olives to a darker green color with black olives. You can catch this shiny at the East Paldean Sea, North Province Area Three, and the Tagtree Thicket.

Shiny Arboliva

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Shiny Arboliva, like its predecessor Shiny Dolliv, undergoes a straightforward yet easily distinguishable change in coloration. It changes its color from grass green leaves with violet olives to a darker deep green with black olives. You can obtain this shiny by evolving a Shiny Dolliv.

Shiny Petilil

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The non-shiny and shiny versions of Petilil are nearly indistinguishable from one another. The only change that takes place is a very tiny brightening of its tone, and its eyes go from red to black. You can catch this shiny at South Province Area Four and West Province Area One.

Shiny Lilligant

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Unlike its pre-evolution Shiny Petilil, Shiny Lilligant makes a significant change in appearance compared to its non-shiny version. It changes its color palette from light green, dark green, and orange to yellow, blue-green, and pink. You can catch this shiny at North Province Area Three and  South Province Areas Four and Six.

Shiny Shroomish

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Shiny Shroomish makes a simple color change when compared to its non-shiny version. It changes the color of its spots and legs to orange from green. You can catch this shiny at South Province Areas Three and Five and  West Province Area Three.

Shiny Breloom

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Unlike its pre-evolution Shiny Shroomish, Shiny Breloom makes a simple but noticeable change to its appearance. It changes its color from green to orange. You can catch this shiny at West Province Area Three.

Shiny Applin

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Shiny Applin makes a simple but very noticeable change to its color compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It changes from a regular red apple to a green apple. You can catch this shiny at East Province Areas One and Two, South Province Areas One and Two, the Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Flapple

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Shiny Flapple, like its pre-evolution Shiny Applin, undergoes a color change that is straightforward but instantly recognizable. It changes the color of its apple shell from red to green. You obtain this shiny by evolving a Shiny Applin.

Shiny Appletun

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Unlike its pre-evolution Shiny Applin, Shiny Appletun’s difference from its non-shiny variant is very minimal. Shiny Appletun simply changes the color of its helmet from red to green. You can obtain this shiny by evolving a Shiny Applin.

Shiny Leafeon

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The difference in Shiny Leafeon’s look is so slight that it is virtually undetectable if you are not paying close attention. It simply changes its shade to an ever so slightly darker color. You can catch this shiny at Socarrat Trail and West Province Area Three. You can also evolve a Shiny Eevee, though it might prove more challenging.

Shiny Deerling (Spring Form)

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The Shiny Deerling (Spring Form)’s difference from its regular variant is minimal. It simply changes the yellow colored accents of its body to pink. You can catch this shiny at South Province Areas One, Two, Three, Four, and Five.

Shiny Deerling (Summer Form)

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The Shiny Deerling (Summer Form) differs only slightly from its regular counterpart. It simply changes the yellow accents on its body to pink. This gleaming can be found in East Province Areas One and Two.

Shiny Deerling (Autumn Form)

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Like its other forms, Shiny Deerling (Autumn Form)’s difference from its non-shiny counterpart is not that big. It changes the color of the accents on its body from yellow to pink. You can catch this shiny at West Province Areas Two and Three.

Shiny Deerling (Winter Form)

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Just like all the other forms (Winter Form), Shiny Deerling’s change in color is minimal. It changes the accents on its body from yellow to pink. You can catch this shiny at the Dalizapa Passage and Glaseado Mountain.

Shiny Sawsbuck (Spring Form)

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Much like its pre-evolution Shiny Deerling (Spring Form), Shiny Sawsbuck’s change in color is barely noticeable. It just changes the shade of its coat to a lighter brown. You can obtain this shiny by going to South Paldea with Shiny Sawsbuck at your party. Sawsbuck will change form depending on your location within Paldea.

Shiny Sawsbuck (Summer Form)

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Much like its pre-evolution Shiny Deerling (Summer Form), Shiny Sawsbuck does not have much difference in appearance compared to its non- shiny counterpart. It only changes the shade of its color from dark brown to a lighter brown. You can obtain this shiny by going to East Paldea with Shiny Sawsbuck included in your party.

Shiny Sawsbuck (Autumn Form)

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Much like its pre-evolution Shiny Deerling (Autumn Form), Shiny Sawsbuck’s difference in appearance is almost unnoticeable. It simply changes the shade of its color to a lighter shade of brown. You can catch this shiny at Socarrat Trail and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Sawsbuck (Winter Form)

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Like its pre-evolution Shiny Deerling (Winter Form), Shiny Sawsbuck has a change you can easily miss. It simply changes its body color to a lighter shade of brown from a dark brown. This shiny can be obtained by traveling to North Paldea with Shiny Sawsbuck included in your party.

Shiny Hoppip

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As opposed to its regular version, Shiny Hoppip‘s coloration has undergone a few subtle but noticeable changes. It changes its body color to green from pink. You can catch this shiny at South Province Areas One and Two.

Shiny Skiploom

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Shiny Skiploom, like its pre-evolution, has a subtle but noticeable color difference from its non-shiny counterpart.  It does the reverse of Shiny Hoppip— it changes its body color from green to pink. You can catch this shiny at East Province Areas One and Two, South Province Areas Three and Five, and West Province Area Two.

Shiny Foongus

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The color of Shiny Foongus does not change much when compared to its non-shiny version. It just changes the red accents on its body to violet. You can catch this shiny at North Province Area Two, the Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Amoonguss

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Just like its pre-evolution Shiny Foongus, Shiny Amoonguss barely changes its color. It swaps the color of the accents on its body from red to violet. You can catch this shiny at North Province Area Two and Socarrat Trail.

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Shiny Skiddo

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This shiny makes a huge change in its color palette compared to its non-shiny version. It changes its color from a black, white, green, and brown palette to gray, white, gold, light green, and pink. You can catch this shiny at Asado Desert, East Province Areas One, Two, and Three, South Province Area One, Two, Three, Four, and Five, West Province Area One and Two,

Shiny Gogoat

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Like its pre-evolution Shiny Skiddo, Shiny Gogoat has a huge change in color palette compared to its non-shiny variant. It changes its color from a brown, white, green, and orange palette to gray, black, gold, light green, and pink. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake, the Dalizapa Passage, North Province Areas One, Two, and Three, South Province Area Six, and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Bramblin

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Shiny Bramblin changes its color considerably compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It changes its color scheme from brown, clay, and beige to green, clay, and cream. You can catch this shiny at Asado Desert and East Province Area Three.

Shiny Brambleghast

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Much like its pre-evolution Shiny Bramblin, Shiny Brambleghast makes many modifications to its color pattern. It changes its color palette to beige, cream, and purple from brown, dark beige, and purple. You can catch this shiny at North Province Area One and Socarrat Trail.

Shiny Toedscool

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This shiny makes a significant change in color compared to its non-shiny version. It changes its color to all white from white and pink color. You can catch this shiny at East Province Areas One and Two, Socarrat Trail, South Province Areas One, Three, Four, and Five, the Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Areas Two and Three.

Shiny Toedscruel

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Like its pre-evolution Shiny Toedscool, Shiny Toedscruel has a significant color change. It changes its color from yellow, black, and pink to magenta, pink, black, and white. You can catch this shiny at Socarrat Trail.

Shiny Tropius

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Shiny Tropius makes a fairly significant change in color compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It changes from brown and green to dirty yellow and light green. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Fomantis

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Shiny Fomantis has a somewhat noticeable color change compared to its non-shiny variant. It changes its body color from pink to yellow. You can catch this shiny at South Province Area One and the Tagtree Thicket.

Shiny Lurantis

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Unlike its pre-evolution Shiny Fomantis, Shiny Lurantis has a huge color difference compared to its non-shiny version. It completely changes its color from pink and powder pink to apple green and yellow. You can catch this shiny at North Province Areas One, Two, Three, and Socarrat Trail.

Shiny Capsakid

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Shiny Capsakid makes a simple but significant change in color compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It changes its body color from green to yellow. You can catch this shiny at Asado Desert and West Province Area One.

Shiny Scovillain

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Like its pre-evolution Shiny Capsakid, Shiny Scovillain makes a significant color change. It changes its body color from green and dark green to blue and yellow. You can catch this shiny at the Dalizapa Passage, North Province Area One and Three, and South Province Area Six.

Shiny Cacnea

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The body color of the Shiny Cacnea differs significantly. The original Cacnea has a body of mint green with green spikes and markings, whereas the shiny variation has a body of tan with brown spikes. This shiny is found in the Asado Desert.

Shiny Cacturne

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In terms of body coloring, Shiny Cacturne changes noticeably. The original Cacturne has a mint green body with green spikes and markings, whereas the shiny version has a tan body with chocolate brown spikes and markings. This shiny can be obtained by evolving a Shiny Cacnea.

Shiny Rotom (Mow Form)

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The color difference between non-shiny and glossy Rotom (Mow Form) is almost barely noticeable. The original’s main body is orange with a green outline. Meanwhile, the original’s main body is hot pink with a pale rose pink outline in its shiny form. You can get this shiny by using the Rotom catalog on your Shiny Rotom and selecting Lawn Mower.

Shiny Snover

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In terms of color scheme, the shiny version of Snover differs significantly from the original. The hands in the original version are green, and the feet are dark beige, but in the shiny version, the hands are blue, and the feet are light beige. This Shiny can be found on Glaseado Mountain.

Shiny Abomasnow

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The shiny version of Abomasnow differs from the original only slightly. The hands and feet on the original version are mint green, but on the shiny version, they are blue. This shiny can be found on Glaseado Mountain.

Shiny Brute Bonnet

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Brute Bonnet‘s shiny form differs noticeably from its original form. It has dark gray legs, blue shield-like pokéballs on its hands, and a beige and blue hat in its shiny form. This pokémon can be found in Area Zero if you are in Scarlet. However, if you are in Violet, you can trade a Shiny Brute Bonnet from Scarlet.

Shiny Wo-Chien

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Wo-Chien’s normal form has a gray body with a moss-colored mustache and nose. Meanwhile, in its shiny form, the body is dark green with a red mustache and nose. This shiny can be found in the South Province Area One.

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