Removed sections Edit

I have removed the following sections. This article is titled unidentified humanoids, and the description also says that it is about humanoids. The following sections were about non-humanoids.

Aquatic lifeforms Edit

Aquatic lifeforms evolution table

A table with aquatic lifeforms.

A table with an evolutionary diagram of various alien aquatic lifeforms was displayed in the classrooms aboard the USS Enterprise-D and on Deep Space 9. Some of the lifeforms were very fish-like while others looked distinctively mammalian and saurian. (TNG: "Imaginary Friend")

The table was first seen in the nursery in "The Child". It later appeared in the schoolroom aboard the Enterprise-D in "The Offspring", "Reunion", "Imaginary Friend", "Rascals", and "Masks". It also appeared in the biolab in "New Ground" and in the classroom aboard Deep Space 9 in "Cardassians". Some of the aliens show a striking similarity to aquatic dinosaurs or the famous Loch Ness monster.

Footprint and cell sample aliens Edit

Footprints and corresponding cell samples of several species were stored in the library computer of the USS Enterprise-D. Samples of at least 5 alien species were compared to the footprints and cell sample of the Tarchannen III species prior to its discovery. None of the samples was similar to the Tarchannen III lifeform however. (TNG: "Identity Crisis")

Footprint and cell samples
Footprint sample 1Footprint sample 2Footprint sample 3Footprint sample 4Footprint sample 5

While these are unnamed aliens, they are simply not humanoids (heck, in the latter case, we are talking about a few cells). These do belong somewhere on MA. Do we have an "Unnamed Non-Humanoid Aliens"? --OuroborosCobra talk 20:34, 15 August 2006 (UTC)

As we have the pages humanoid and non-humanoid, I think I'll just go ahead and create Unnamed non-humanoids (24th century) and move the aliens there. There is bound to be more strange creatures that can be added there. The same for the remaining two centuries, of course. --Jörg 20:52, 15 August 2006 (UTC)

Groups Edit

When there are groups of unknown species, such as the Markonian outpost visitors or the Mikhal Bar visitors, maybe we should move them to a page about their location? This is sometimes the practice - Nimbus III inhabitants, Motherlode inhabitants. The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).

I haven't seen these episodes but I agree that when you have a practice on a wiki it should be kept constant Yarnek 22:21, January 9, 2010 (UTC)

Humanoids from "Scientific Method" Edit

The page is missing the unnamed humanoid aliens from the Voyager episode "Scientific Method". They were cloaked and experimenting on the crew. ( 08:45, March 4, 2010 (UTC))

That's because they're called the Srivani. :) - Archduk3 08:52, March 4, 2010 (UTC)

Abducting Aliens Edit

Whenever an unnamed species has a named individual, we give them a separate article titled "Individual's species". So I think we should call this race "Mitena Haro's species" and give them a separate page. Or maybe "Picard Impostor's species", since the Picard impostor was the first one shown on screen. The name "Abducting aliens" is not specific enough, since they aren't the only species in TNG to abduct someone. NetSpiker (talk) 12:48, March 11, 2015 (UTC)

Mitena Haro is probably an assumed name, which is relevant because recently another species that had several individials, but with fake names, was merged: Talk:Unnamed_non-humanoids_(24th_century)#Merge (from Talk: Unnamed imagination aliens) -- Capricorn (talk) 13:29, March 11, 2015 (UTC)

That example doesn't apply to this situation because there was a real Buck Bokai, but there is no real Mitena Haro, as far as we know. There is also no other Picard impostor. NetSpiker (talk) 14:02, March 11, 2015 (UTC)

I see no value in creating "made up species names". Tom (talk) 19:19, March 23, 2016 (UTC)

Pink Benzite-like aliens Edit

Alien pink-skinned workers

Pink-skinned aliens

Are we sure that those are Benzites in the Delta Quadrant? The coloring is entirely wrong and the mouth tendrils are missing. I think it's more likely that they recycled the makeup and changed the color to make it seem like a new race. Logan 5 03:50, June 14, 2010 (UTC)

I'm inclined to agree. Aside from their being pink, their noses are not as big as other Benzites. Were they named as Benzites in "Workforce"?--31dot 17:02, December 7, 2011 (UTC)
There is no reference that these aliens are Benzites. The call sheets for "Workforce" are listing the actors as "Full Heads" regarding their makeup. Tom 17:44, December 7, 2011 (UTC)
Then I'm inclined to move them off this page, since they appear different enough, but I will wait for additional comment.--31dot 18:10, December 7, 2011 (UTC)
I'd say I agree, they're different enough to be a new species, not Benzites (just similar, but then again there are so many species similar to Humans)! JagoAndLitefoot (talk) 11:34, September 21, 2016 (UTC)
Actually, I would guess that they're probably Imhotep, a Delta Quadrant species with modified Benzite make-up. JagoAndLitefoot (talk) 11:47, September 21, 2016 (UTC)
I moved them here. They are neither, and should be treated as less. --Alan del Beccio (talk) 23:12, October 25, 2017 (UTC)