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Why was the Flabébé's flower color different than normal?

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I was biking around to hatch some Eggs, and wandered into a patch of purple flowers. There, I ran into a Flabebe. But, instead of being blue like all the others I had run into, it was white. What's up with that?

asked Dec 24, 2013 by Collide
edited Dec 24, 2013 by $tarPower
I hope you caught it! White Flabebés are the rarest of the non-shiny forms of the Pokemon.
Yup, I got a white one, thought it was shiny though...
Yeah.... Me too.

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Best answer

Flabebe can be found in five different colours according to their flowerbed.

White, yellow, and orange can be found in yellow flowers.
Red in red flowers.
Blue and white in purple flowers.

Sources: Experience and here

answered Dec 24, 2013 by Phoebus Apollo~
selected Dec 24, 2013 by Collide
Ohhhh. OK.
Also with all these "forms" you may think it's hard to know wich are shiny's and not. So what you got to do is to look at the unchanged stilk (the green part), and if that turns out to be da dark blue ish, then you have youreself a shiny.
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Flabebe can be found in two locations in Pokémon X and Y: Route 4 and Route 7.

On Route 4 you can find Flabebe Orange, White and Yellow in the Yellow Flowers, and Flabebe Orange, White and Red in the Red Flowers.

Source: Route 4- Bulbapedia

On Route 7 you can find Flabebe Orange and White in the Grass, Flabebe Orange, White and Yellow in the Yellow Flowers, and Flabebe Orange, White and Blue in the Purple Flowers.

Source: Route 7- Bulbapedia

answered Dec 24, 2013 by Sir Dan
edited Jun 9 by Sir Dan
Yes, I know. But I caught this in a purple bed.