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What is the citation for Mars being a class K world? It might be, but was it stated as such in either of the two episodes? My belief is not, and that it is supposition based on "I, Mudd" that may or may not be correct as to Mars. I suggest unless the cited episodes call Mars class K that the designation be moved to a background comment. Also, was the insect actually in both episodes? Aholland 02:52, 11 May 2006 (UTC)
- The insect was seen in both episodes. As to where the class K comes from, no idea. --Jörg 09:19, 11 May 2006 (UTC)
- I understand how class K was described in "I, Mudd", but Mars was terraformed such that by 2155, conditions in the lowlands of the Martian surface were sufficiently altered to allow people to roam freely without environmental suits. (ENT: "Demons") So it might have been class K beforehand, or it might not have since we don't have the exact technical specs for class K beyond the simple summary. And after 2155, it would seem to be some other class. I'm still left with the impression that Mars cannot be called class K other than as background speculation. Without more I'll modify it appropriately when I find the time. Aholland 01:41, 17 May 2006 (UTC)
Seeing the description "Martian insect" apparently didn't appear onscreen and is not from a valid production source (Star Trek Spaceflight Chronology), I think this should be merged into Unnamed insectoids, ofc with the appropriate bg note. Kennelly (talk) 09:33, September 28, 2016 (UTC)
- "Insectoids" so far only has (seen to be) sentient insectoids. Maybe Unnamed non-humanoids (unknown era) would be a better fit. --LauraCC (talk) 18:56, October 17, 2016 (UTC)