|Body type||Humanoid / Insectoid|
|Locomotion||Bipedal / Flight|
|Behind the Scenes|
|Created by||Guillermo del Toro|
|Designed by||Sergio Sandoval|
|Performed by||Mouse sounds|
The Fairies are small aerial creatures that appeared in the film, Pan's Labyrinth.
A fairy looks slightly different than any other versions from other stories and media. It has a slender body similar to a monkey with no clothing, pointy ears similar to elves, and wings resembling leafs rather than insect wings. The fairy does have a transformation of a stick bug. Three fairies are owned as pets by the Faun before two of them were eaten by the Pale Man.
- The inclusion of the fairies are inspired by a mounted malaysian stick insect which Del Toro kept in his childhood.
- The fairies' insect forms were supposed to look like fictional phasmids.
- During the production of the film, the stick bugs which were used as references for the fairies' insect forms were named "Cheech" and "Chong", not before they passed away.