- Seed Blast (Nuts Shoot): Fires solid nuts from its mouth with surprisingly accurate aim.
- Lala Spiral (Lala Screw): Spins its leaf with all its might to assault the opponent.
- Sing a Song: Puts the opponent to sleep with a pleasant song.
- Nuts Gun: Fires tree nuts forcefully from its mouth.
- Nuts Bazooka: Fires tree nuts even more forcefully from its mouth.
- Nuts Explosion: Fires exploding seeds from its head.
- Petite Tackle (Petit Tackle): Tackles with its small body.
- 1 Design
- 2 Fiction
- 2.1 Digimon Data Squad
- 2.2 Digimon Next
- 2.3 Digimon Xros Wars (manga)
- 2.4 Digimon World DS
- 2.5 Digimon World Dawn and Dusk
- 2.6 Digimon Story: Lost Evolution
- 2.7 Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Blue and Red
- 2.8 Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth
- 2.9 Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory
- 2.10 Digimon World Re:Digitize
- 2.11 Digimon Masters
- 2.12 Digimon Heroes!
- 2.13 Digimon Links
- 2.14 Digimon ReArise
- 2.15 Digimon Battle
- 2.16 Digimon New Century
- 3 Notes and references
Lalamon has the appearance of a flowering bud with a green body with stretchy arms and legs, and a pink head with a yellow leaf on the top of it, and a pair of eyes and a mouth which resemble three black dots. It flies by lightly spinning its leaf.
- Lalamon (ララモン)
Official romanization given by the Digimon Reference Book and used in the franchise.
Digimon Data Squad
Digimon Savers the Movie: Ultimate Power! Activate Burst Mode!!
Digimon Savers 3D: The Digital World in Imminent Danger!
Digimon World Data Squad
Some Lalamon and Tanemon are seen as part of Sunflowmon's traveling caravan at the Desert Oasis, where Meramon terrorized them. Gaomon digivolved to Gaogamon and managed to defeat Meramon with the help of GeoGreymon.
Digimon Xros Wars (manga)
Digimon World DS
Digimon World Dawn and Dusk
Lalamon is #065, and is a Rookie-level, Technical-class, Insect/Plant-species Digimon with a resistance to the Thunder element and a weakness to the Wind element. Its basic stats are 93 HP, 129 MP, 60 Attack, 55 Defense, 71 Spirit, 68 Speed, and 20 Aptitude. It possesses the Psychic 2 and Money Saver 1 traits.
Lalamon can be hatched from the Green DigiEgg.
Digimon Story: Lost Evolution
Lalamon is #053, and is a Rookie-level, Attacker-class, Plant-species Digimon with a resistance to the Water element and a weakness to the Fire element. It possesses the Poison Protection and Skill User traits.
Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Blue and Red
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth
Lalamon is a Plant Data Type, Rookie level Digimon and uses 4 memory. It digivolves from Tanemon and can digivolve to Woodmon, Sunflowmon, Togemon, and Vegiemon. It's special attack is Seed Blast and its support skill is Flower Guard which prevents Poison.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory
Lalamon is #059 and is a Plant Data Type, Rookie level Digimon and uses 4 memory. It digivolves from Tanemon and can digivolve to Woodmon, Sunflowmon, Togemon, and Vegiemon. It's special attack is Seed Blast and its support skill is Flower Guard which prevents Poison.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory (Manga)
A Lalamon is one of the Digimon locked up in cages in the Digi-Market for prospective hackers to purchase, but is freed alongside the other captives when Keisuke Amasawa and Ryuji Mishima defeat the salesman.
Digimon World Re:Digitize
Lalamon digivolve from Budmon and can digivolve to Birdramon, Leomon, Seadramon, and Sunflowmon. If it fails to meet the requirements for any of these Champions, it will digivolve to Numemon, if the waste gauge fills to the maximum, it will digivolve to Sukamon.
Digimon World Re:Digitize: Decode
Lalamon digivolves from Budmon and Motimon and can digivolve to Sunflowmon, Vegiemon, Togemon, Woodmon, and Seadramon. If it fails to meet the requirements for any of these Champions, it will digivolve to Numemon. If the waste gauge hits maximum, it will digivolve to Sukamon.
Lalamon digivolves to Sunflowmon at level 11.
Lalamon can digivolve to Sunflowmon.
A group of Lalamon are some of the Digimon that a group of Mamemon had forced to leave their homes in the forest so that the Mamemon could live there instead. They went into hiding, deeper in the forest, alongside a group of other Digimon that had also been forced to move out by the Mamemon — a place that the Mamemon didn't know existed. After the Gazimon that lived with them agreed with the Protagonist, Herissmon, Michi Shinjo and Salamon for them to help deal with the Mamemon they bring the group to their hideout where they meet all the local Digimon — however just as they arrive the Mamemon suddenly attack everyone in the hideout, having just located them. Angewomon and Rasenmon fight the Mamemon and as the duo start to get tired, BaoHuckmon and Mon arrive and BaoHuckmon defeats the remaining Mamemon, forcing them to flee. After Mon explains that the Mamemon had stolen the local Digimon's homes because the Spiral had chased them out of their homes and that chaos like this was common after the Spiral had shown up to the Digital World, the Mamemon return with their boss, a Boltmon. BaoHuckmon digivolves to SaviorHuckmon and defeats the Boltmon after it states that they were simply fighting to see who should be the leader of the forest. As the losers the Boltmon and Mamemon agree to stop forcing their way of lives onto the other Digimon and Mon and SaviorHuckmon state they would get their homes back for them. The local Digimon then invite Boltmon and the Mamemon to live with them until the Tamers were able to get their home back for them.
Lalamon can digivolve to Sunflowmon.
Digimon New Century
Notes and references
- Digimon Data Squad, "Yoshi's Biggest Battle: The One With Herself" 
- Digimon Adventure:, "The Digimon School Under Attack", 
- Digimon Data Squad, "Marcus' Inner Strength!" 
- Digimon Encyclopedia: Voice Actors: Digimon Data Squad Character List
- This information is from pre-release materials and is subject to change.
- Digimon World DS
- This attack retains its original name of "Nuts Shoot" in Digimon World Data Squad.
- This attack retains its original name of "Lala Screw" in Digimon World Data Squad.
- This attack is named "Lullaby" in Digimon World Data Squad.
- Lala and Rara are written in katakana as "rara" (ララ?)