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Available Pokémon: But wait, there’s more!
Currently, the many species of Pokémon available in ''Pokémon GO'' consist of those introduced in [[Generation]]s {{gen|I}} to {{gen|IV}}, with a selection of Pokémon from [[Generation V]], along with {{p|Meltan}} and {{p|Melmetal}}. From the first four generations, the following and their alternate forms are currently unobtainable:
* {{p|Kecleon}}
* {{p|Mime Jr.}}
* {{p|Rotom}}
* {{p|Regigigas}}
* {{p|Phione}}
* {{p|Manaphy}}
* {{p|Darkrai}}
* {{p|Shaymin}}
* {{p|Arceus}}
! style="{{roundytr|5px}}" | Notes
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| Jul 6, 2016 || All Generation I Pokémon except [[Ditto]], [[Legendary Pokémon]] and [[Mew]] || Initial release.
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| Nov 23, 2016 || {{MSP|132|Ditto}} || {{p|Ditto}} became available, appearing disguised as {{p|Pidgey}}, {{p|Rattata}}, {{p|Zubat}}, or {{p|Magikarp}}. {{p|Ditto}} also became able to appear disguised as {{p|Hoothoot}}, {{p|Sentret}}, or {{p|Yanma}} starting February 16, 2017.
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| Dec 12, 2016 || {{MSP|172|Pichu}}{{MSP|173|Cleffa}}{{MSP|174|Igglybuff}}{{MSP|175|Togepi}}{{MSP|176|Togetic}}{{MSP|238|Smoochum}}{{MSP|239|Elekid}}{{MSP|240|Magby}} || Generation II [[baby Pokémon]] became available, exclusively from {{pkmn|Eggs}} .
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| Feb 16, 2017 || {{MSP|152|Chikorita}}{{MSP|153|Bayleef}}{{MSP|154|Meganium}}{{MSP|155|Cyndaquil}}{{MSP|156|Quilava}}{{MSP|157|Typhlosion}}{{MSP|158|Totodile}}{{MSP|159|Croconaw}}{{MSP|160|Feraligatr}}{{MSP|161|Sentret}}{{MSP|162|Furret}}{{MSP|163|Hoothoot}}{{MSP|164|Noctowl}}{{MSP|165|Ledyba}}{{MSP|166|Ledian}}{{MSP|167|Spinarak}}{{MSP|168|Ariados}}{{MSP|169|Crobat}}{{MSP|170|Chinchou}}{{MSP|171|Lanturn}}{{MSP|177|Natu}}{{MSP|178|Xatu}}{{MSP|179|Mareep}}{{MSP|180|Flaaffy}}{{MSP|181|Ampharos}}{{MSP|182|Bellossom}}{{MSP|183|Marill}}{{MSP|184|Azumarill}}{{MSP|185|Sudowoodo}}{{MSP|186|Politoed}}{{MSP|187|Hoppip}}{{MSP|188|Skiploom}}{{MSP|189|Jumpluff}}{{MSP|190|Aipom}}{{MSP|191|Sunkern}}{{MSP|192|Sunflora}}{{MSP|193|Yanma}}{{MSP|194|Wooper}}{{MSP|195|Quagsire}}{{MSP|196|Espeon}}{{MSP|197|Umbreon}}{{MSP|198|Murkrow}}{{MSP|199|Slowking}}{{MSP|200|Misdreavus}}{{MSP|201|Unown}}{{MSP|202|Wobbuffet}}{{MSP|203|Girafarig}}{{MSP|204|Pineco}}{{MSP|205|Forretress}}{{MSP|206|Dunsparce}}{{MSP|207|Gligar}}{{MSP|208|Steelix}}{{MSP|209|Snubbull}}{{MSP|210|Granbull}}{{MSP|211|Qwilfish}}{{MSP|212|Scizor}}{{MSP|213|Shuckle}}{{MSP|214|Heracross}}{{MSP|215|Sneasel}}{{MSP|216|Teddiursa}}{{MSP|217|Ursaring}}{{MSP|218|Slugma}}{{MSP|219|Magcargo}}{{MSP|220|Swinub}}{{MSP|221|Piloswine}}{{MSP|222|Corsola}}{{MSP|223|Remoraid}}{{MSP|224|Octillery}}{{MSP|226|Mantine}}{{MSP|227|Skarmory}}{{MSP|228|Houndour}}{{MSP|229|Houndoom}}{{MSP|230|Kingdra}}{{MSP|231|Phanpy}}{{MSP|232|Donphan}}{{MSP|233|Porygon2}}{{MSP|234|Stantler}}{{MSP|236|Tyrogue}}{{MSP|237|Hitmontop}}{{MSP|241|Miltank}}{{MSP|242|Blissey}}{{MSP|246|Larvitar}}{{MSP|247|Pupitar}}{{MSP|248|Tyranitar}} || Most remaining [[Generation II]] Pokémon became available, except {{p|Delibird}} and {{p|Smeargle}}. This included allowing [[Generation I]] Pokémon that have [[Generation II]] [[List of Pokémon with cross-generational evolutions|cross-generational evolutions]] to evolve into those Pokémon and {{p|Togetic}} now appearing in the wild.
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| Jul 22, 2017 || {{MSP|144|Articuno}}{{MSP|249|Lugia}} || [[Legendary Pokémon]] first available through [[Raid Battle]]s. {{p|Articuno}} was first available in Raid Battles from July 22 to July 31.
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| Jul 31, 2017 || {{MSP|146|Moltres}} || {{p|Moltres}} was first available in Raid Battles from July 31 to August 7.
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| Aug 7, 2017 || {{MSP|145|Zapdos}} || {{p|Zapdos}} was first available in Raid Battles from August 7 to August 14.
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| Aug 14, 2017 || {{MSP|150|Mewtwo}} || The first {{p|Mewtwo}} [[Raid Battle]] occured at the Pokémon GO Stadium event. Mewtwo was subsequently available in field tests of "Exclusive" or EX Raid Battles, and on November 21, 2017, the field test concluded and the mature EX Raid Battle system was announced. Mewtwo was made available through normal raids on September 20, 2018.
| Aug 31, 2017 || {{MSP|243|Raikou}}{{MSP|244|Entei}}{{MSP|245|Suicune}} || {{p|Raikou}}, {{p|Entei}}, and {{p|Suicune}} became available through Raid Battles in (respectively) the Americas, Europe and Africa, and the Asia-Pacific region from August 31 to September 30. On September 30, they then migrated to the preceding region. On October 31, they migrated a final time, until their availability ended on November 30.
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| Oct 20, 2017 || {{MSP|302|Sableye}}{{MSP|353|Shuppet}}{{MSP|354|Banette}}{{MSP|355|Duskull}}{{MSP|356|Dusclops}} || The Generation III Ghost-type Pokémon became available, in conjunction with the upcoming Halloween event.
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| Nov 28, 2017 || {{MSP|250|Ho-Oh}} || {{p|Ho-Oh}} became available through Raid Battles after the successful Global Catch Challenge, lasting until December 14.
| Dec 15, 2017 || {{MSP|383|Groudon}} || {{p|Groudon}} became available through Raid Battles, lasting until January 15, 2018.
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| Dec 21, 2017 || {{MSP|225|Delibird}}{{MSP|270|Lotad}}{{MSP|271|Lombre}}{{MSP|272|Ludicolo}}{{MSP|318|Carvanha}}{{MSP|319|Sharpedo}}{{MSP|320|Wailmer}}{{MSP|321|Wailord}}{{MSP|339|Barboach}}{{MSP|340|Whiscash}}{{MSP|341|Corphish}}{{MSP|342|Crawdaunt}}{{MSP|349|Feebas}}{{MSP|350|Milotic}}{{MSP|361|Snorunt}}{{MSP|362|Glalie}}{{MSP|363|Spheal}}{{MSP|364|Sealeo}}{{MSP|365|Walrein}}{{MSP|369|Relicanth}}{{MSP|370|Luvdisc}} || 20 additional Generation III Pokémon became available. The following families were introduced: {{p|Lotad}}, {{p|Carvanha}}, {{p|Wailmer}}, {{p|Barboach}}, {{p|Corphish}}, {{p|Feebas}}, {{p|Snorunt}}, {{p|Spheal}}, {{p|Relicanth}}, and {{p|Luvdisc}}.<ref>[https://www.reddit.com/r/TheSilphRoad/comments/7lh0hz/generation_3_pokemon_release_status_wild_nest/ Generation 3 pokemon release status (wild, nest,...) : TheSilphRoad]</ref> {{p|Delibird}} became available exclusively during the Holiday event.
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| Jan 12, 2018 || {{MSP|382|Kyogre}} || {{p|Kyogre}} became available through Raid Battles, lasting until February 15, 2018.
| Aug 20, 2018 || {{MSP|251|Celebi}} || {{p|Celebi}} became available through [[Special Research]] globally.<ref>[https://www.reddit.com/r/TheSilphRoad/comments/98wwsn/celebi_quest_is_live/ Celebi Quest is Live : TheSilphRoad]</ref>
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| Sep 13, 2018 || {{MSP|377|Regirock}} || {{p|Regirock}} became available in raids until September 30.
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| Sep 21, 2018 || {{MSP|386|Deoxys}} || {{p|Deoxys}} became available through EX Raid Battles, replacing Mewtwo.
| Nov 1, 2018 || {{MSP|290|Nincada}}{{MSP|291|Ninjask}}{{MSP|292|Shedinja}} || Nincada is exclusive through [[Field Research]], and Shedinja through [[Field Research#Research Breakthrough|Research Breakthrough]].
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| Nov 6, 2018 || {{MSP|406|Budew}}{{MSP|418|Buizel}}{{MSP|419|Floatzel}} || {{p|Budew}} became available in Eggs and {{p|Buizel}} in the wild.
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| Nov 14, 2018 || {{MSP|407|Roserade}}{{MSP|429|Mismagius}}{{MSP|430|Honchkrow}}{{MSP|461|Weavile}}{{MSP|464|Rhyperior}}{{MSP|466|Electivire}}{{MSP|467|Magmortar}}{{MSP|468|Togekiss}}{{MSP|472|Gliscor}}{{MSP|474|Porygon-Z}}{{MSP|477|Dusknoir}}{{MSP|808|Meltan}}{{MSP|809|Melmetal}} || 11 additional Generation IV Pokémon became available: {{p|Roserade}}, {{p|Mismagius}}, {{p|Honchkrow}}, {{p|Weavile}}, {{p|Rhyperior}}, {{p|Electivire}}, {{p|Magmortar}}, {{p|Togekiss}}, {{p|Gliscor}}, {{p|Porygon-Z}}, and {{p|Dusknoir}}. All are the evolved forms of earlier generation Pokémon, and require a [[Sinnoh Stone]] to be obtained. {{p|Meltan}} is also made available via the [[Mystery Box]] or through [[Special Research]], and can evolve into {{p|Melmetal}} with {{candy|Meltan}}400.
| Mar 1, 2019 || {{MSP|483|Dialga}} || {{p|Dialga}} became available in raids until March 28.
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| Mar 25, 2019 || {{MSP|386D|Deoxys}} || Defense Forme Deoxys became available in EX Raid Battles.
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| Apr 2, 2019 || {{MSP|487O|Giratina}} || Origin Forme Giratina became availble in raids until April 29.
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| Apr 29, 2019 || {{MSP|422|Shellos}}{{MSP|422E|Shellos}}{{MSP|423|Gastrodon}}{{MSP|423E|Gastrodon}}{{MSP|480|Uxie}}{{MSP|481|Mesprit}}{{MSP|482|Azelf}} || {{p|Uxie}}, {{p|Mesprit}}, and {{p|Azelf}} became available in the wild, and later in raids. {{p|Shellos}} and {{p|Gastrodon}} were also accidently made available in the wild for about 30 minutes.
| Jun 13, 2019 || {{MSP|385|Jirachi}} || {{p|Jirachi}} became available through [[Special Research]] at Pokémon GO Fest 2019 Chicago and later Dortmund and Yokohama.
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| Jun 28, 2019 || {{MSP|386S|Deoxys}} || Speed Forme Deoxys became available in EX Raid Battles.
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| Sep 16, 2019 || {{MSP|495|Snivy}}{{MSP|496|Servine}}{{MSP|497|Serperior}}{{MSP|498|Tepig}}{{MSP|499|Pignite}}{{MSP|500|Emboar}}{{MSP|501|Oshawott}}{{MSP|502|Dewott}}{{MSP|503|Samurott}}{{MSP|504|Patrat}}{{MSP|505|Watchog}}{{MSP|506|Lillipup}}{{MSP|507|Herdier}}{{MSP|508|Stoutland}}{{MSP|509|Purrloin}}{{MSP|510|Liepard}}{{MSP|511|Pansage}}{{MSP|512|Simisage}}{{MSP|513|Pansear}}{{MSP|514|Simisear}}{{MSP|515|Panpour}}{{MSP|516|Simipour}}{{MSP|519|Pidove}}{{MSP|520|Tranquill}}{{MSP|521|Unfezant}}{{MSP|522|Blitzle}}{{MSP|523|Zebstrika}}{{MSP|529|Drilbur}}{{MSP|530|Excadrill}}{{MSP|590|Foongus}}{{MSP|591|Amoonguss}}{{MSP|597|Ferroseed}}{{MSP|598|Ferrothorn}}{{MSP|599|Klink}}{{MSP|600|Klang}}{{MSP|601|Klinklang}}{{MSP|607|Litwick}}{{MSP|608|Lampent}}{{MSP|609|Chandelure}}{{MSP|622|Golett}}{{MSP|623|Golurk}}{{MSP|631|Heatmor}}{{MSP|632|Durant}}{{MSP|633|Deino}}{{MSP|634|Zweilous}}{{MSP|635|Hydreigon}} || 46 [[Generation V]] Pokémon became available. The following families were introduced: {{p|Snivy}}, {{p|Tepig}}, {{p|Oshawott}}, {{p|Patrat}}, {{p|Lillipup}}, {{p|Purrloin}}, {{p|Pansage}}, {{p|Pansear}}, {{p|Panpour}}, {{p|Pidove}}, {{p|Blitzle}}, {{p|Drilbur}}, {{p|Foongus}}, {{p|Ferroseed}}, {{p|Klink}}, {{p|Litwick}}, {{p|Golett}}, {{p|Heatmor}}, {{p|Durant}}, and {{p|Deino}}.
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| Sep 26, 2019 || {{MSP|439|Mime Jr.}} || {{p|Mime Jr.}} became available to hatch from 5km Eggs in Europe.
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| Oct 17, 2019 || {{MSP|491|Darkrai}}{{MSP|562|Yamask}}{{MSP|563|Cofagrigus}} || {{p|Darkrai}} will become available in raids until November 1, while Yamask will appear in the wild.
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| Nov 2, 2019 || {{MSP|486|Regigigas}}|| {{p|Regigigas}} will become available through a paid, limited-time Special Research event, before being added to EX Raid Battles later in the month.
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| {{p|Ho-Oh}} || [[File:GO250.png|60px]] || Nov. 27 - Dec. 14, 2017<br>May 19 - Jun. 7, 2018[[File:ShinyGOStar.png|20px|Shiny release]]<br>Aug. 24 - Aug. 27, 2018<br>Dec. 14 - Dec. 17, 2018 || Jan. - Jun. 2019
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| {{p|Regirock}} || [[File:GO377.png|60px]] || Sep. 13, 2018 - Sep. 30, 2018<br>Nov. 1 to 4, 2019[[File:ShinyGOStar.png|20px|Shiny release]] || Mar. - Apr. 2019
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| {{p|Regice}} || [[File:GO378.png|60px]] || Jul. 19 - Aug. 16, 2018<br>Nov. 1 to 4, 2019[[File:ShinyGOStar.png|20px|Shiny release]] || Mar. - Apr. 2019
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| {{p|Registeel}} || [[File:GO379.png|60px]] || Jun. 21 - Jul. 19, 2018<br>Nov. 1 to 4, 2019[[File:ShinyGOStar.png|20px|Shiny release]] || Mar. - Apr. 2019
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| {{p|Latias}} || [[File:GO380.png|60px]] || Apr. 2 - Jun. 7, 2018<br>Feb. 22 - Mar. 1, 2019[[File:ShinyGOStar.png|20px|Shiny release]] || May - Aug. 2019
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| {{p|Cresselia}} || [[File:GO488.png|60px]] || Nov. 20 - Dec. 18, 2018<br>May 27 - Jun. 18, 2019[[File:ShinyGOStar.png|20px|Shiny release]] ||
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| {{p|Darkrai}} || [[File:GO491.png|60px]] || Oct. 17 - Nov. 1, 2019 ||
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! colspan=4 | EX Raids
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