Ledyba 100% Perfect IV Stats, Shiny Ledyba in Pokémon Go

Players will soon have the chance to get their hands on a Shiny Ledyba in Pokemon Go. That’s probably the main reason you’ll want to participate in this week’s Spotlight Hour.

There are many other reasons to look forward to the Pokémon Go event. You will have the opportunity to catch as many Ledyba as possible, with the possibility of catching a 100% Ledyba Perfect IV Stats.

Ledyba’s Spotlight Hour falls on a fairly quiet day in Pokémon Go. It’s just before this year’s Pokémon Go anniversary celebration, which will have a lot for trainers to do that week.

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Ledyba 100% Perfect IV Stats in Pokemon Go

This week’s Spotlight Hour is a great opportunity to catch a Ledyba with perfect IV stats.

Once you catch a Ledyba at 100% IV stats, you will have the choice to evolve it into a Ledian with perfect stats. While they don’t really have much influence in the Go Battle League, they can be useful when fighting Team Go Rocket Grunts or in raids.

The CP values ​​that correspond to the perfect 15/15/15 values ​​are as follows:

  • Level 30 (max wild CP) – 624 CP
  • Level 35 (Max CP boosted by weather) – 676 CP

The wild CP value aligns with your trainer level until you reach level 30, and since the majority of the player base is now above that level, we’ve kept these values ​​for the sake of it. of simplicity. These values ​​will however be different if you are currently below level 30.

Is there a shiny Ledyba in Pokémon Go?

Good news – there is a shiny Ledyba in Pokémon Go.

Shiny Ledyba, along with the shiny version of its evolution Ledian, was Ledyba was released as part of the Mega Battle Challenge on September 11, 2020.

If luck is on your side, you can find a Shiny Ledian in the wild, but if not, you can get one by evolving a Shiny Ledyba using 25 Ledyba Candies.

Remember – Spotlight hours only increase the number of Ledyba spawning in the wild, not its shine rate. This means that unlike a Community Day, Ledyba’s shine rate will not increase during this event.

Ledyba next to her Ledian evolution.  The type is indicated under each of them, reads as follows: Bug and Flying

Ledyba evolution tree. (Image credit: pokemon.com)


Go Season has arrived! The Pokémon TCG Crossover event has arrived, which includes the release of Wimpod and Golisopod. While Go Fest 2022 may be behind us, there are still three special research quests you could work on – Pokémon Go Fest 2022, Rhi’s Arrival, and A Radiant World. Meanwhile, Great League and Great League and Great League Remix is ​​currently running in Go Battle League Season 11. This season also saw the lowering of the level requirement for Candy XL and introduced the first Ultra Beast, Nihilego.


What does shiny Ledyba look like?

As you can see in the image below, shiny Ledyba has a yellow/golden cover. This same view then applies to its evolution.

Brilliant Ledyba. from r/TheSilphRoad

Other reasons to catch as many Ledyba as possible

Besides the chance to catch a Shiny Ledyba in Pokémon Go, there are a number of other reasons to participate in this week’s Spotlight Hour:

  • The bonus of this Spotlight hour is double take candy, meaning you’ll be rewarded for every Pokemon you catch. Alongside Ledyba, this could be a good excuse to prepare a mystery box to catch more Meltan candies.
  • If you’re a newcomer, this Spotlight Hour is the perfect time to collect enough Ledyba Candy to fully evolve this Pokémon into Ledian.
  • Thanks to Ledyba being a Bug-type, catching a group of them during this Spotlight Hour will add progress to your Bug Medal. He’s also a flying type, so you’ll be working for your flying medal as well.

Spotlight Hour events are only one hour long – 6-7pm local time – but don’t worry if you can’t make it to this week’s event. Next week Machop will be in the spotlight on July 12, with the very useful double capture bonus.

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