Would this not fall under the "unnamed aliens species" category? Tough Little Ship 13:14, 27 Sep 2005 (UTC)

I think if the planet is known, but the species name is unknown, it gets its own page under "PLANET native." Like Peliar Zel native or Cheron native. I don't know if it's specific policy or not, but I've seen it mentioned before.--Tim Thomason 13:23, 27 Sep 2005 (UTC)
In production notes, which we've used before, they were called "Kolarans", which seems to have gone out of it's way to not appear on this page. - The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).
If they were called "Kolarans" in production notes, that's acceptable, since we have rhyl. Tough Little Ship 13:57, 27 Sep 2005 (UTC)
Yeah, I believe Cid more or less implimented this so as to limit the unknown and enhance the known, so to say. And I'm curious why we, all of the sudden, need a "policy" for everything, it's sorta "common sense". A true unnamed alien species, has no name, no homeworld, no background, nothing, zip, zilch, notta. In the case of this race, they have a homeworld and, as I said before, calling them "Kolarus III natives" 'enhances the known'. However, since they were given a name in pre-production, the page has since been moved here. --Alan del Beccio 17:17, 27 Sep 2005 (UTC)

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In an alternate reality created by the Romulan Nero's temporal incursion into the past, Commander Montgomery Scott, while serving at the the Starfleet outpost on Delta Vega, had an assistant, Keenser, who appeared to be a Kolaran. Keenser later accompanied Scott when he began serving as chief engineer aboard the USS Enterprise. (Star Trek)

as speculation. "Appeared to be" does not = "is". -- Michael Warren | Talk 06:57, September 22, 2009 (UTC)

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