Similar species Edit

This one is going to be tricky, I can't see any difference in this make-up and the Brunali or Species 10026. Suggestions anyone? Jaf 14:10, 4 April 2006 (UTC)Jaf

You're right, Brunali and Species 10026 have identical make-up, but Dala's make-up is different. The ridge on her forehead has a furrow, like the Bolian make-up, the Brunali and Species 10026 don't have that indentation. --Jörg 14:28, 4 April 2006 (UTC)

Wow. I leave this one in your more than capable hands. Jaf 14:45, 4 April 2006 (UTC)Jaf

Removed Edit

I removed:

  • Some speculation has suggested that Lansor (seen in "Survival Instinct") was of the same species as Dala and her crew, but, while they shared similar prosthetic makeup, there is no canon evidence to support this. Similarly, P'Chan could also have been a member of either Lansor or Dala's people, as he, too was distinguished by a ridge - though Lansor's full head of hair could discount that possibility. P'Chan was said to be a member of Species 571; Lansor's species was unnamed.

Speculation. --Alan 03:34, 22 May 2009 (UTC)

More similar species Edit

Dala's species appears to be the same species as Species 571. Both have a very thin ridge that starts just above the nose and has a line running through it. I'll make a note on both pages indicating they could be the same species. We should consider merging the pages. On the other hand, Brunali, Farians and Species 10026 all have the same make-up, so there's no guarantee that two individuals with the same make-up are the same species. If all we have to go on is identical make-up and there is no other evidence, should our default assumption be that they are the same species or that they are different species? NetSpiker (talk) 01:30, March 6, 2015 (UTC)

On one side, the ridge ends at the brow, the other, at the upper lip. So there are minute differences in the make-up. Obviously not at the extent of the Klingons, but they're similar, yet different. --Alan del Beccio (talk) 17:08, October 31, 2017 (UTC)