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Surskit (Japanese: アメタマ Ametama) is a dual-type Bug/Water Pokémon introduced in Generation III.
It evolves into Masquerain starting at level 22.
Surskit is a blue insectoid Pokémon. There are semicircular pink markings under its dark, circular eyes. It has a round body with four long, skinny legs extending from it. On top of its head is a yellow cap with a single antenna that secretes a thick, sugary syrup or a sweet scent. The syrup is exuded as a defense mechanism, while the scent can attract prey. This Pokémon can also secrete oil from the tips of its feet, which enables it to walk on water as though skating. Surskit inhabits ponds, rivers, and similar wetlands, where it feeds on microscopic, aquatic organisms. However, it sometimes appears in puddles after a rainstorm. In its natural habitat, Surskit has been known to compete with Dewpider over food.
Surskit debuted in Maxxed Out!. It was owned by a boy named Max, the doppelgänger of May's little brother, who intended for it to be his starter Pokémon. This made May's brother jealous as he did not know what his starter Pokémon would be at that time.
In Destiny Deoxys, a Surskit is Kathryn's main Pokémon. It helped the group rotate the blades of the windmills in LaRousse City.
In A Cacturne for the Worse, Kent used a Surskit in the Purika Contest. It went up against May's Bulbasaur and nearly defeated it due to Harley tricking May into thinking Surskit was an extremely slow Pokémon.
In Spontaneous Combusken, Brianna used a Surskit in the Appeals Round of the Chrysanthemum Contest. Surskit's performance allowed Brianna to advance to the Contest Battles.
In A Blustery Santalune Gym Battle!, Viola used a Surskit in a Gym battle against Ash. It managed to defeat Ash's Pikachu with Signal Beam before being defeated by Fletchling later. In the next episode, it was defeated by Pikachu during Ash's rematch against Viola. In Breaking Titles at the Chateau!, Surskit battled Grant's Onix at the Battle Chateau and was defeated.
In Dewpider Ascending!, a Surskit was living near the Pokémon School. It had a battle against a Dewpider over its territory, but during the battle, it evolved into Masquerain and flew off.
A Surskit appeared in PK13.
In On Olden Pond, a Surskit was living at an old lake.
In Up Close and Personable!, a Surskit was living at the lake near the Pokémon Summer Academy.
In A Trainer and Child Reunion!, a Surskit was living in a forest where Aaron's training center was located at.
In Coming Full-Festival Circle!, multiple Surskit were listening to Nando as he played his music.
In Zoroark: Master of Illusions, multiple Surskit were living in Crown City.
In Genesect and the Legend Awakened, multiple Surskit were living at Pokémon Hills.
Two Surskit appeared in Alola to New Adventure!.
A Surskit appeared in PMDP54.
Surskit first appeared in The Last Battle XIV, as a wild Pokémon pictured in one of the many photographs of unseen Pokémon that Professor Oak had discovered.
Guile Hideout owned a Surskit who first appeared in A Dust-Up With Dusclops. He evolved into a Masquerain in The Final Battle VIII.
Viola owns a Surskit, which appeared in PS556.
A Surskit appeared in Dieting In A Pot!! and Welcome To 100-Yen Paradise!.
Surskit seems to be based on a water strider. The shape of its body is reminiscent of a curling stone, which slides across ice similarly to how Surskit can slide across the surface of water.
Surskit may be a combination of surface or surf and skitter (moving in a hurried or twitchy manner).
Ametama may be a combination of 雨 ame (rain), アメンボ amenbo (pond skater), and 玉 tama (sphere). It may also involve 飴玉 amedama (candy; due to its sweet, syrupy secretions).