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All Shiny Poison Pokémon in Scarlet & Violet

Get toxic with these Shiny Poison-type Pokémon!

Poison Pokémon stand out from the crowd thanks to their vivid colors and unique appearances. Their designs range from toxic industrial waste like Muk to deadly aquatic life like Toxapex. As many ways as there are to be poisoned, there are various sizes and shapes of poisonous Pokémon. Like all the types of Pokémon, they also have shiny versions.

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Shiny versions of Poison Pokémon are incredibly rare. They often have bright yellow, green, or purple patterns on their bodies and can be found in many areas throughout the game world. This article will list all shiny poison Pokémon you can catch in Scarlet & Violet. Read on to learn more.

Shiny Paldean Wooper

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When compared to its non-shiny counterpart, the color of the Shiny Paldean Wooper changes quite a bit. It goes from having a brown-colored body to a purple-colored body. You can catch this shiny at Alfornada Cavern, East Province Area Three, Glaseado Mountain, North Province Area One, South Province Areas One, Four, Five, and Six, the Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Clodsire

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Shiny Clodsire makes the exact change in its color as its pre-evolution Shiny Paldean Wooper. It changes its entire body color from brown and light brown to violet and purple. You can catch this shiny at East Province Area Three, Glaseado Mountain, North Province Area One, South Province Areas Five and Six, and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Gastly

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There is a clear distinction between this shiny and its non-shiny counterpart. It changes the color palette of its body color and mist to a violet body and light powder blue mist. You can catch this shiny at East Province Areas Two and Three, South Province Areas One and Three, and West Province Area One.

Shiny Haunter

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There is hardly any visual difference when comparing Shiny Haunter to its regular version. It has just turned its color to violet from deep violet. You can catch this shiny at the Dalizapa Passage, Glaseado Mountain, North Province Area One, and West Province Area One.

Shiny Gengar

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The color difference between Shiny Gengar and its non-shiny counterpart is hardly noticeable, much like its pre-evolution Shiny Haunter. However, in contrast to Shiny Haunter, it transforms from violet to a deep violet, the opposite of what Shiny Haunter does. Therefore, you can obtain this shiny by evolving a Shiny Haunter.

Shiny Salandit

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Compared to its non-shiny counterpart, the shiny Salandit appears very different. Its eyes and body both become white. This shiny can be caught in the Alfornada Cavern, the Dalizapa Passage, East Province Areas Two and Three, the Glaseado Mountain, and  West Province Areas One and Two.

Shiny Salazzle

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In comparison to its non-shiny counterpart, Shiny Salazzle appears very differently. Both the body and eyes have been changed from their original colors of purple and black to a ghostly white. This shiny can be found in the Alfornada Cavern, the Dalizapa Passage, North Province Areas One and Two, North Province Area Three, and South Province Area Four.

Shiny Gulpin

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The color change of Shiny Gulpin is difficult to miss compared to its regular variant. It changes the color of its body from green to blue. You can catch it at East Province Area One and South Province Area three if you are on Violet. If you are on Scarlet, you can get this Violet shiny exclusive by trading a Shiny Gulpin from Violet.

Shiny Swalot

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Just like its pre-evolution Shiny Gulpin, Shiny Swalot completely changes its color. It changes its entire body color from a violet body to a blue body. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake if you are on Violet. If you are on Scarlet, you can get this Violet exclusive shiny by trading a Shiny Swalot from Violet or by evolving a Shiny Gulpin.

Shiny Croagunk

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Shiny Croagunk has a significant change in the color palette compared to its regular version. Its color palette changes from blue, black, and orange to green, black, and pink. South Province Area Five and West Province Area Two.

Shiny Toxicroak

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Like its pre-evolution Shiny Croagunk, Shiny Toxicroak also wholly changes its color scheme. It goes from having a blue body, a red throat, and orange claws to having a teal body with a pink throat and claws. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake.

Shiny Grimer

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This shiny’s color change is evident when compared to its non-shiny counterpart. Shiny Grimer goes from having a purple body to a cream body with a tinge of green. You can catch this shiny at West Province Area Two and East Province Area Two.

Shiny Muk

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Like its pre-evolution Shiny Grimer, Shiny Muk has a color change you can’t miss. It changes its entire body color from violet to a greenish-cream color. You can get this shiny by evolving a Shiny Grimer.

Shiny Toxel

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Compared to its non-shiny form, Shiny Toxel has a significantly different color. It switches from violet to pink across its entire body. You can catch this shiny at South Province Areas One, Two, and Four.

Shiny Toxtricity (Amped Form)

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Similar to its pre-evolution, Shiny Toxel, Shiny Toxtricity (Amped Form) has a strikingly different color from its non-shiny counterpart. It changes its body’s hue from violet to pink. You can catch this shiny at Alfornada Cavern.

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Shiny Toxtricity (Low Key Form)

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Shiny Toxtricity (Low Key Form) differs in color from its non-shiny counterpart in a similar way to its amplified form. It changes its body color from violet to pink. You can catch this shiny at Alfornada Cavern.

Shiny Shroodle

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You can see a significant color change when comparing Shiny Shroodle to its non-shiny counterpart. Its tongue turns pink and purple, and its eyes change color. You can catch this shine at East Province Areas One and Two, South Province Areas One and Two, the Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Grafaiai

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Compared to its non-shiny counterparts, this shiny has a reasonably noticeable color change. It switches to a silver, gray, red, yellow, and violet color palette. You can catch this shiny at the Tagtree Thicket, Casseroya Lake, and North Province Area Two.

Shiny Foongus

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When compared to its non-shiny counterpart, the color of Shiny Foongus does not change significantly. It simply changes its body’s red accents 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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Shiny Amoonguss, like its pre-evolution Shiny Foongus, barely changes color. It goes from having red accents on its body to having violet accents. You can catch this shiny at North Province Area Two and Socarrat Trail.

Shiny Seviper

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The color change in Shiny Seviper is barely noticeable in the wild. It simply changes its body accents from yellow to green. You can catch this shiny at South Province Areas Three and Five.

Shiny Stunky

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Shiny Stunky has a simple but very noticeable change in color when compared to its non-shiny version. It changes its body color from black to maroon. If you are on Scarlet, you can catch this shiny at South Province Areas Three and Five and West Province Area Two. If you are on Violet, you can obtain this Scarlet exclusive shiny by trading a Shiny Stunky from Scarlet.

Shiny Skuntank

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Just like its pre-evolution Shiny Stunky, Shiny Skuntank, when compared to its non-shiny counterpart, Shiny Stunky has a subtle but striking color change. It goes from having a black body with beige highlights to a maroon body with beige highlights. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake if you are on Scarlet. If you are on Violet, you can obtain this Scarlet exclusive shiny by trading a Shiny Stunky from Scarlet or by evolving a Shiny Stunky.

Shiny Venonat

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Shiny Venonat undergoes a slight but noticeable color change compared to its non-shiny version. The only difference is that the pink in its eyes and nose is replaced with blue. You can catch this shiny at East Province Area One and the Tagtree Thicket.

Shiny Venomoth

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Shiny Venomoth’s color is noticeably different from its regular version, unlike its pre-evolution, Shiny Venonat. Its body color changes from purple to blue. You can catch this shiny at Area Zero, North Province Area Two, the Tagtree Thicket, and Casseroya Lake.

Shiny Varoom

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This shiny has a simple but relatively obvious change in color compared to its non-shiny variant. It goes from having a silver body to having a gold body. You can catch this shiny at East Province Area Three and West Province Area Two.

Shiny Revavroom

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Like its pre-evolution Shiny Varoom, Shiny Revavroom has a very noticeable color change compared to its non-shiny counterpart. In addition, it changes its body color from a silver chassis to a golden one. You can catch this shiny at the Dalizapa Passage, North Province Areas One and Two, and Glaseado Mountain.

Shiny Glimmet

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Shiny Glimmet completely changes its color palette compared to its regular version. It goes from having a blue and purple flower to a teal flower and a light blue body. You can catch this shiny at Alfornada Cavern, Area Zero, East Province Area Three, Glaseado Mountain, North Province Area One and Two, and  West Province Area Two.

Shiny Glimmora

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Like its pre-evolution Shiny Glimmet, Shiny Glimmora also has a significant color change. It changes the color of its petals to teal and purple from blue and purple. You can catch this shiny at Area Zero.

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Shiny Qwilfish

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Compared to its non-shiny counterpart, this shiny completely changes its color palette. Its color changes from black and dirty white to dark pink and light pink. You can catch this shiny at the East Paldean Sea, the North Paldean Sea, the South Paldean Sea, and the West Paldean Sea.

Shiny Skrelp

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You can see the color change when comparing Shiny Skrelp to its regular version. From black and violet, it switches its color scheme to violet and blue. You can catch this Scarlet exclusive shiny at the East Paldean Sea, the North Paldean Sea, the South Paldean Sea, and the West Paldean Sea. If you are on Violet, you can obtain this shiny by trading a Shiny Skrelp from Scarlet.

Shiny Dragalge

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Like its pre-evolution Shiny Skrelp, Shiny Dragalge completely changes its color palette. It goes from having a black, purple, and red palette to a deep violet, blue, and green palette. So if you are on Scarlet, you can catch this shiny at North Paldean Sea. But if you are on Violet, you can obtain this Scarlet exclusive shiny by trading it from Scarlet or evolving a Shiny Skrelp.

Shiny Mareanie

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Shiny Mareanie completely changes its color when compared to its non-shiny variant. Its shiny form is pale pink in color, replacing the shell’s original light teal hue. In addition, the main boy is different because it’s soft peach instead of light purple. This shiny can be found in the East Paldean Sea.

Shiny Toxapex

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Like its pre-evolution Shiny Mareanie, Shiny Toxapex looks completely different. Instead of purple as in the original, its inner shell is black. In addition, both versions have different outer shell colors: the original is powder blue, while the shiny version is pale pink. You can have this shiny by evolving a Shiny Mareanie.

Shiny Iron Moth

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There is little of a difference in color between Shiny Iron Moth and its regular version. It goes from having a black, silver, and white body with a red crown to have a black and silver with a silver crown. It also changes the inside pigments of its wings from red to silver. If you are on Scarlet, you can get this by catching it in Area Zero or trading it from Pokémon Violet.

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