If you play Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, you have probably already noticed that the same Pokémon sometimes differ visually. This is due to the gender of the Pokémon, which also affects its appearance. In this article, we will show you all the visual differences of the Pokémon, where gender influences appearance.
All Visual Gender Differences of Pokémon from A-Z.
On the right side of the picture you always see the female Pokémon and on the left side of the picture is the male one. Our list is sorted by alphabet, which is based on the first form in each case, should it already have differences.
The male Basculegion, unlike the female Salmagnis, has red highlights that are also reflected in its eyes, while the female Basculegion has only white highlights.
Buizel & Floatzel
Both Buizel and its evolution, Floatzel, differ in that the female has only one stripe on the back and the male has two.
The male Cacturne, which is the evolution of the Cacnea, has four small spines on its torso, while the female has one small, one large, and one medium spine on her torso.
You can recognize a female Combee by the pink dot in its center, which a male does not have.
Croagunk & Toxicroak
In the case of Croagunk, you have to look twice to see that the bandages of the female are set higher than those of the male. Once Croagunk has developed into Toxicroak, the male Toxicroak can be recognized by the larger blister on the chin.
Donphan is the evolution of Phanpy. Although Phanpy visually has no distinguishing mark whether it is male or female, you can recognize the female Donphan by its shorter tusks.
You can recognize the male Eevee by the jagged white pattern on its tail, while the pattern of the female Eevee is round.
Finneon & Luminion
The differences between the male and female Finneon, are not readily apparent at first glance, however, the female Finneon can be recognized by its larger fins if you look closely. Even in its more evolved form, Luminion, the female has larger fins by which it can be recognized.
Gible, Gabite & Garchomp
The male Gible, as well as its derivatives Gabite and Garchomp, have a notch in their fin by which they can be easily identified. The female specimens, on the other hand, have intact fins.
You can recognize the female Girafarig by the fact that its yellow coloration, which adorns the front body, runs further back than that of the male.
Gulpin & Swalot
The male Gulpin has a longer leaf than the female Gulpin. After its evolution to Swalot, the male has longer whiskers than the female, by which you can easily distinguish them.
The horn of the female Heracross ends in a heart shape, which makes it very easy for you to tell at first glance what gender the Pokémon in front of you is. That of the male runs in two separate tips.
Hippopotas & Hippowdon
In Hippopotas the colors of male and female are inverted. After its evolution into Hippowdon, the female Hippowdon has a gray color.
You can recognize the male Houndoom by its horns, which are larger than those of the female Houndoom.
Hypno is the evolution of Drowzee. You can recognize the female Hypno by her fur collar, which is larger than that of the male.
The male and female Indeedee differ significantly. The female Indeedee wears its horns downward, is mostly white, and has a round belly. The male Indeedee wears its horns upward and has a fierce look and an edge to its belly. In addition, the male has significantly less white coloring.
Kricketot & Kricketune
In Kricketot you can tell the difference between males and females by the collar, which is longer in the female. After its evolution to Kricketune, you can recognize the male by the long beard.
Magikarp & Gyarados
The male Magikarp has yellow whiskers and the female has white. After its evolution into Gyarados, you can recognize the male by its blue whiskers, while the female still has white whiskers.
Meditite & Medicham
If you look at the ears of Meditite, you will see that those of the male are lower than those of the female Meditite. After its evolution to Medicham, the male Medicham has a larger bulb than the female.
The male Murkrow, can be recognized by the fact that his “hat” is larger than that of the female.
Numel & Camerupt
The female camaub has a hump that is larger than that of the male. Even after its evolution into Camerupt, the humps of the female Camerupts remain larger.
If you look at Oinkologne, the evolution of Lechonk, you can see a clear difference between the male and female specimens. The male Oinkologne is black-pink and has a ball at the end of the tail, while the female Oinkologne has a light brown head and light pink highlights. Also, the tail end of the female Fragrunz runs into three ends
Pikachu and Raichu
The female Pikachu has a heart shape at the end of her tail, while the male Pikachu, has a normal smooth tail. After its evolution into Raichu, the female Raichu is missing the tip of her tail.
You can distinguish the male and female Pyroar, also like real lions, by the mane.
Scyther & Scizor
In Scyther, as well as in its derivative Scizor, you can distinguish males and females by the abdominal length, which is longer in the female Scizor.
Shinx, Luxio & Luxray
You can recognize the female Shinx by its smaller mane, as well as by the fact that the hind legs are slightly more blue than those of the male. After its evolution to Luxio and further to Luxray, the only remaining characteristic is that the male has a larger mane than the female.
Sneasel Hisuiform, Sneasel & Weavile
Sneasel in its normal form as well as in Hisui form, you can distinguish by the fact that the right ear of the female Sneasel is clearly smaller than the right ear of the male Sneasel. After its evolution to Weavile, the ears of the female Weavile are also smaller than those of the male.
Snover & Abomasnow
Compared to the female Snover, the mid-torso of the male is brown, instead of white. In its evolved form, Abomasnow, the fur of the female is longer than that of the male.
The branch on the head of the female Sudowoodo is smaller than that of the male, which is how you can tell them apart.
Starly, Staravia & Staraptor
You can distinguish male and female Starly, as well as its derivatives Staravia and Staraptor, by the fact that the dot on the forehead of the male specimen is larger than the dot on the forehead of the female specimen.