(covers information from several alternate timelines)
By location Edit
Alpha/Beta Quadrants Edit
Deep Space 9 Edit
Alien student Edit
Alien bidders Edit
Alien businessman Edit
Alien musician Edit
Aliens with blue skin and facial bone plates Edit
A bald alien with blue skin and facial bone plates was among the residents of Deep Space 9 at the beginning of its Bajoran administration. She visited Quark's when it reopened after Commander Sisko and Quark made an agreement.
Aliens with large heads, pimply skin and external bone mandibles Edit
Aliens with large, triangular head Edit
Aliens with long faces Edit
Further appearances Edit
Aliens with pointed heads and yellow-green skin Edit
Members of this race had yellow-green skin and sharply-tapering heads. Some were capable of growing facial hair.
Alien with pig-like nose Edit
An alien with a huge snail-like skull, deep set eyes and a large pig-like nose was a resident of Deep Space 9 at the beginning of its Bajoran administration. This alien took part in a Ferengi game in Quark's and played against a Bajoran officer while Broik headed the game. (DS9: "A Man Alone")
Alien with tentacles Edit
This alien had some kind of tentacles on its forehead and on its back of the head. Another tentacle was placed right under the mouth. The forehead had several ridges and no ears were visible.
A member of this species was on DS9 shortly after Miles O'Brien's correction period with the Agrathi. He passed Keiko and Bashir shortly after O'Brien was returned to the station. He was in Quark's when O'Brien and Worf were playing darts and later when O'Brien ordered a synthale and threatened Quark. (DS9: "Hard Time")
A member of this species visited Quark's in 2375 while Sarina Douglas was aboard the station. It was talking to other guests of the bar and sitting on the bar next to Morn. Later it was passing Bashir and Miles O'Brien at the Replimat. (DS9: "Chrysalis")
Alien with vertical arbor Edit
This alien had a vertical arbor over his mouth and a complex bone structure on its forehead.
Alien with wrinkled whiskers Edit
This alien with pink/blue colored skin and a bony head had four wrinkled whiskers around its mouth. It wore an airbrushed pink shirt and a purple coat with holes beside gloves.
A member of this species visited Quark's Bar in 2375 and was talking to a Klingon. Later it was interested in a dabo game hosted by M'Pella and was drinking with a Starfleet officer outside Quark's. (DS9: "Take Me Out to the Holosuite")
Aliens with wrinkly faces Edit
A species of hairless, short aliens with grey-brown wrinkly skin and pronounced cheekbones and a large chin.
Another short female member of this species was a resident of Deep Space 9 beginning with the same year. She was always dressed in a grey jumpsuit composed of several pieces of fabric. She was often seen in Quark's or on the Promenade.
She passed Major Kira in front of the infirmary when Kira started yelling at Dr. Bashir. Later, she was talking to a Starfleet officer at the bar in Quark's when Major Kira was forced to enjoy herself by CMO Julian Bashir. (DS9: "Defiant")
She was seen sitting in Quark's several times over the years (DS9: "Blood Oath", "Once More Unto the Breach", "Field of Fire") or walking across the Promenade. (DS9: "The Collaborator", "The Abandoned", "Behind the Lines", "Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night", "The Reckoning", "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges")
Bald, green-skinned alien Edit
This green-skinned alien was seen on occasionally Deep Space 9. He was on the Promenade during Onaya's time on DS9. (DS9: "The Muse") He was in Quark's when Quark gave Morn a potion that would grow hair. (DS9: "What You Leave Behind")
Bald, wide-mouthed alien Edit
Members of this species were bald, had grayish-yellow skin, pig-like noses, and wide mouths.
Beaked aliens Edit
These individuals were a race of aliens with mottled green skin, a beak instead of a mouth and green, white or dark, multicolored hair. Members of this race were often seen on Deep Space 9's Promenade or in Quark's.
Blue-skinned alien Edit
This alien had a blue skin and a drop like head structure.
A female member of this species visited Deep Space 9 in 2375. She was talking to residents in front of Quark's and later joined others and had a drink at the bar where she was among the patrons Elim Garak shouted at because of his claustrophobia. (DS9: "Afterimage")
Blue-skinned alien with elongated head Edit
Members of this species had blue skin and an elongated head.
Blue-skinned alien with tapering eye ridges Edit
Members of this species had light blue skin with dark blue markings, eye ridges that tapered toward the back of the head, and were capable of growing white hair.
Buck-toothed aliens Edit
This race was seen in the Alpha Quadrant and Delta Quadrant. They are bald with large, pointed ears and a vertically bifurcated, long mouth. Members of this race have often been seen on Deep Space 9's Promenade or in Quark's.
A member of this species was a criminal and displayed on a wanted poster in the security office aboard Deep Space 9. (DS9: "Vortex", "If Wishes Were Horses", "The Forsaken", "Dramatis Personae", "Duet", "In the Hands of the Prophets")
Another member of this species was often seen on the Promenade of Deep Space 9, like in 2369 when he was watching the goings-on on the busy Promenade from the second level. Previously he was seen talking to a female Starfleet officer in front of the security office. (DS9: "Duet")
Background information Edit
The members of this species were played by unknown performers. They only appeared in the first four seasons of Deep Space Nine.
Another was featured in a deleted scene from TNG: , "The Chase", apparently living aboard the USS Enterprise-D in 2369, and visiting sickbay to contribute a DNA sample to Professor Galen's galactic puzzle.
Further appearances Edit
Flat-eared, boxy-headed alien Edit
Members of this species had ears flush against their heads, heads shaped similarly to those of the Markalians, and dark markings across the backs of their heads and the center of their foreheads.
Furry alien Edit
Green-skinned alien with horizontal eye ridges Edit
Members of this race had green skin, no hair, and tapering ridges pointing to the back of the head from the eyes.
Green-skinned alien with spiky head Edit
Members of this species had green skin and spiky heads.
A member of this species was on the Promenade when Worf was offered the position of ambassador to Qo'noS. He was later at the dabo wheel in Quark's when Kira informed Quark that betting pools were illegal. (DS9: "What You Leave Behind")
Grey-skinned alien Edit
This alien with grey skin wore a tight black and grey suit and featured a prominent forehead.
Grey-skinned Promenade alien Edit
Hairless pink alien Edit
This alien species was a race of hairless, pink-skinned aliens with large, horizontal nostrils.
She was walking on the Promenade when Worf's brother Kurn arrived on the station and behind Captain Benjamin Sisko and Constable Odo while Worf was accused of murder. (DS9: "Sons of Mogh", "Rules of Engagement")
By 2372, members of this species had also traveled to Earth; one female member of this species walked along the streets of San Francisco and came very close to Harry Kim's former apartment. (VOY: "Non Sequitur")
At least one alien of this species had made it to the Delta Quadrant and lived on the space station close to the Nekrit Expanse. This resident was present on the station when the crew of the USS Voyager was there and later helped the Voth scientist Forra Gegen create an image of the outer appearance of Humans. (VOY: "Distant Origin")
Olive-skinned alien with elongated head Edit
Members of this species had an elongated head, light olive skin, and dark markings along the length of their heads.
Omag's woman and dabo girl species Edit
This species is characterized by a series of horizontal nose-ridges, spaced more widely than the Bajoran ridges, a deep vertical furrow on the bridge of the nose and small indentations on the forehead.
One of Omag's women that accompanied him to a bar on Qualor II was a member of this species. When Commander William T. Riker attempted to questioned him concerning a stolen Vulcan transport, she laughed at Omag's bad jokes. She would later leave when Riker turned over Omag's dinner plate on his lap. (TNG: "Unification II")
Several members of this species worked as dabo girls for Quark's. One was working on the dabo table when several Cardassians of Gula Jasad's Galor-class starship played dabo (DS9: "Emissary") and a short time later when Ibudan played the game. (DS9: "A Man Alone")
Another member of this species was hosting the dabo table when the Wadi delegation came aboard Deep Space 9 in 2369. She was replaced by Broik after the Wadi had played the game for hours and her arms were getting tired "from all the spinning". (DS9: "Move Along Home") She was talking to one of Quark's customers a short time later, when he temporarily became the Grand Nagus. (DS9: "The Nagus")
In order to "persuade" Fallit Kot not to kill him, Quark sent two dabo girls, one of them a member of this species, to his table for him to enjoy himself. The girls were to teach him how to play dabo and Quark told Kot to be sure to ask them about their "double down" betting strategy. (DS9: "Melora")
One-eyed alien Edit
An alien with just one eye, a large cranium, and a wide jaw was among the residents of Deep Space 9 shortly after the Cardassians withdrew from the station. This alien was dressed completely in blue and wore a hood. (DS9: "Emissary")
Pink-skinned bearded alien Edit
Members of this race had pink skin and an elongated head. Some members were able to grow facial hair.
Purple skinned alien with elongated head and facial flaps Edit
Members of this race had an elongated head, purplish skin, and flaps on their cheeks.
Reptilian alien Edit
This reptilian alien had a large, rippled back head and no visible ears. His mouth looked like a small beak.
Ridge-headed aliens Edit
Members of this species had a vertical ridge along their head and their neck, with two holes in the ridge around their foreheads. They also had light green skin.
Rippled head waiter Edit
Members of this species had a rippled head and no visible ears. Their faces looked mostly humanoid.
Rul the Obscure's associates Edit
Scaly aliens Edit
In 2373, two members of this race were customers of Quark's. Arissa alerted Quark that the two aliens were actually cheating at the dabo table. One member of this race was standing on the upper level of the bar and pointing a ring with a hidden graviton emitter at the Dabo table where his accomplice was winning one game after another. (DS9: "A Simple Investigation")
A member of this race was also present on the Promenade when Odo finally admitted his love to Kira Nerys and the two kissed on the Promenade (DS9: "His Way") and when Grand Nagus Zek visited Quark's Bar to name his successor Rom. (DS9: "The Dogs of War")
This species had contact with the Borg, or at least one member of this race was assimilated by the Collective, as an image of this individual appeared during Seven of Nine's guilt-induced hallucinations. (VOY: "Infinite Regress")
Other appearances Edit
These aliens were characterized by a large trunk-like appendage emanating from the back of their head and many horizontal folds across their whole face. Some members of this species were characterized by a dark stripe running down their face vertically.
Two members of this species visited the Promenade of Deep Space 9 when Vedek Winn Adami also visited the station and accused Keiko O'Brien of teaching blasphemy. They later witnessed the destruction of the school by a bomb and one member of them also Neela's assassination attempt on Vedek Bareil Antos. (DS9: "In the Hands of the Prophets")
Other appearances Edit
Tattooed bar guestEdit
True Way operative Edit
Vorta-eared, three-horned alien Edit
Wedge-eared aliens Edit
This race had large, wedge-shaped ears. Members of this race occasionally visited Deep Space 9.
Whiskered alien Edit
Members of this species had whiskers protruding from their brows and the backs of their heads, as well as bony jaw lines and brows.
Woman with facial flaps Edit
Members of this species had face and neck flaps which were shiny near their edges.
Yellow dabo girl's race Edit
A race of bald, yellow-skinned aliens with large eye-sockets and large, slitted nostrils. They had an enlarged skull, not unlike those of the Voth. The side of their skull was striped pink and they sometimes decorated the back of their head with small jewels.
In 2369 she operated a dabo wheel and served drinks to the auction bidders at Quark's first auction for Gamma Quadrant artifacts. When Q created a boxing fight between himself and Commander Sisko, she was one of the bystanders. (DS9: "Q-Less")
Later that year, when Bashir was playing darts with Morn, two dabo girls were watching the two men, one of them was the yellow-skinned dabo girl and both of them were arm in arm with Morn after the game. (DS9: "Accession")
Other appearances Edit
Dessica II Edit
Alien bartender's species Edit
This alien species was characterized by several vertical ridges running from the tip of the nose to the forehead, one wide nostril and small spiky protrusions on the lower part of the face and the backs of the hands. A member of this species worked as a bartender in a bar on Dessica II in 2370.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard was abducted by mercenaries at his bar. Deanna Troi asked him for information about Picard. She told the bartender that she had business dealings with Picard and that he owed her money. She did not tell him that Picard was a Starfleet officer. He was taken by her look and asked her to come back to discuss it after the bar closed. When she said no, he said he knew nothing about the man she was looking for. Troi told him he was lying, and he said that he knew she was Betazoid. He told her that his customers wished to remain anonymous, and if he talked too much he would be out of business. William T. Riker and Worf were questioning another patron by the name of Yranac as to what happened to Picard. Just as Yranac was about to talk to them for a price, the bartender grabbed him and told him that he had too much to drink and should keep quiet. Beverly Crusher aimed a phaser at him and told him to leave Yranac alone. (TNG: "Gambit, Part I")
Dessica II bar patrons Edit
These three humanoids were patrons in a bar on Dessica II in 2370 while Commander Riker, Worf, Dr. Crusher, and Deanna Troi were on an undercover mission to find their captain, Jean-Luc Picard. (TNG: "Gambit, Part I")
Alien Prisoner Edit
Beach visitors Edit
A couple of aliens with pointed ears and green spotted sides and foreheads came out of the water.
Brown skinned, elongated head alien Edit
Members of this species had dark and light brown skin, with stripes intermingling the two shades of brown along the length of their heads. They also had elongated heads.
Dark-skinned reptilian aliens Edit
Green-skinned waiter Edit
A bald alien with mottled green skin and a vertical line of small ridges, running across his forehead and chest was working as a waiter at a beach that Deanna Troi and Reginald Barclay both visited in the year 2377. He handed Barclay a tray of two chocolate passion punches that he had ordered. (VOY: "Inside Man")
USS Enterprise-D Edit
Alien Enterprise-D crewmember Edit
Ten Forward woman Edit
Qualor II Edit
Qualor II bar patron Edit
This humanoid female visited the bar on Qualor II in 2368 when Commander Riker was searching for the Ferengi Omag. She was wearing a long blue dress and having a drink. Later she was talking to another bar patron. (TNG: "Unification II")
Space hooker Edit
A member of this species was a hooker in a bar on Qualor II when the Enterprise-D visited the planet in 2368. Commander Riker visited the bar when he was investigating the theft of surplus Vulcan ships and materials. (TNG: "Unification II")
Other Alpha/Beta Quadrant locations Edit
Abducting aliens Edit
These aliens were an intelligent species and civilization with advanced technology. Their physical appearance was characterized by a large bald cranium, a large chin and large nostrils and light brown skin. They were dressed in blue leather-like jumpsuits. They had the ability to form links between themselves telepathically, so that they were in continual contact with each other.
Their culture was heavily influenced by the fact that each individual was identical, so that distinctions between themselves were meaningless. Consequently, they did not have leaders or followers. They also did not have a concept of morality.
Their technology included transporters which could also replicate living matter, including the complex patterns of the brain.
In 2366, a group of them decided to study the nature of command. To this end, three beings were responsible for kidnapping members of other species which reacted differently to authority. They kidnapped Captain Jean-Luc Picard, a Mizarian, Kova Tholl, and a Chalnoth, Esoqq. Another being also entered the cell to observe them, taking on the identity of a Bolian Starfleet cadet, Mitena Haro. The cell was designed with tests in mind to give them goals to achieve, and setbacks to deter them when they didn't work together. Meanwhile, the group created replicas of the three individuals to resume their lives and test aspects of command there. For example, Picard's replica gave increasingly strange orders to gauge reaction.
After Picard discovered what happened, they returned him to the Enterprise since the experiment is now ruined. He trapped the two aliens with him in a force field. They pleaded to be let go. After Picard showed them what it's like to held against one's will, that kidnapping is wrong, he dropped the force field and ordered them off his ship. (TNG: "Allegiance")
Albino's guards Edit
Bonestell Recreation Facility customers Edit
These individuals were customers at the Bonestell Recreation Facility at Starbase Earhart in 2327. They witnessed a dom-jot game between Ensign Cortan Zweller and a Nausicaan and the following brawl. (TNG: "Tapestry")
Kivas Fajo's henchmen Edit
- See: Jovis personnel
These seven alien miners were working on Harod IV and were stranded on the planet in late 2368. They were picked up by the USS Enterprise-D and transported to their next destination aboard the ship at the same time as Kamala was transported aboard the ship. When the empathic metamorph entered Ten Forward, she caused quite a stir among the miners because of her beauty. They quickly surrounded her and said suggestive things, to which Data called them rude. For a short time, Kamala adopted the rough personality that appealed to the visiting miners. She egged them on by asking what drink they like. When they replied Aldorian ale, she said that it was her favorite too. Data, who was assigned to be her chaperone, sensed trouble and escorted her out, with the assistance of Worf who intimated the miners.
Two of these aliens were characterized by yellow skin and facial ridges that looked rather similar to Cardassian ridges, two of them by grey skin ridges on the forehead and barbels at the side of the mouth and underneath the lower lip, and others by brown skin, a number of facial ridges and protrusions and large cheekbones. (TNG: "The Perfect Mate")
New Sydney miners Edit
Orion Syndicate alien Edit
Ronara bar patrons Edit
These individuals visited a bar on Ronara Prime in 2370 when Starfleet lieutenant Ro Laren was on an undercover mission to infiltrate the Maquis. There were also Bajorans, Vulcans, a Klingon, and a Kobliad in the bar. (TNG: "Preemptive Strike")
Gamma Quadrant Edit
Delta Quadrant Edit
Antarian Trans-stellar Rally participantsEdit
Borg space Edit
Alien drone Edit
- See: Unnamed Borg
Unimatrix Zero members Edit
These humanoids were Borg drones which lived their individuality in a place called Unimatrix Zero during their regeneration. One of them, Axum, contacted Seven of Nine and asked her for help to employ a nanovirus into the Borg Collective and help the drones to retain their individuality.
The crew of the USS Voyager helped these humanoids and started a war with the Borg Queen. Several Borg attacked them in Unimatrix Zero and they gathered and defended themselves with traps and weapons such as the Klingon bat'leth. At the end they returned to their Borg spheres and Borg cubes still having their individuality. (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero", "Unimatrix Zero, Part II")
Markonian outpost Edit
Markonian outpost station manager Edit
An unidentified alien worked as station manager aboard the Markonian outpost in the Delta Quadrant in 2376. He failed to inform Captain Kathryn Janeway that a vine she had been given was prehensile. (VOY: "Survival Instinct")
Markonian outpost visitors Edit
Several members of unknown species visited the Markonian outpost, located in the Delta Quadrant, in 2376. They also took part in a technology and cultural exchange with the USS Voyager and visited the bridge, engineering, and the mess hall.
Nekrit Expanse region Edit
Alien map dealer's species Edit
A member of this humanoid species had a shop on a trade station near the Nekrit Expanse in the Delta Quadrant. Neelix met with him in hopes of obtaining a map of the expanse. The dealer told him that there were no maps of the expanse, as it was too unstable to chart. (VOY: "Fair Trade")
Humanoid raider Edit
Alien with forehead ridge Edit
This alien had a Human appearance but featured a prominent ridge from the nose up to the forehead. A member of this species was held as slave worker at the power plant on Quarra in 2377. (VOY: "Workforce", "Workforce, Part II")
Alien with ridged nose Edit
This alien had a Human appearance but featured a prominent ridge on the upper nose part of the face. Two members of this species were held as slave workers at the power plant on Quarra in 2377. (VOY: "Workforce", "Workforce, Part II")
Sobras bar patron Edit
Sobras dancer Edit
A female member of this species was seen dancing in a Kazon-Pommar bar on Sobras. Tersa informed Neelix that this dancer behind him had shown him the puzzle he was completely engrossed in. He added that the first man to solve it, and move only two rods to change it from a dodecahedron to an icosahedron, would have the privilege of spending the night with her. Neelix took a seat at Tersa's table and offered to help with the puzzle if the Kazon Jal agreed to listen to him first. (VOY: "Alliances")
Tsunkatse events Edit
Alien fighters Edit
The first fighter fought a match against the Hirogen fighter but lost. The second one trained with the female fighter in the quarters. The third alien fighter was present in the quarters when Seven of Nine was forced to comply and when the Hirogen fighter trained her. (VOY: "Tsunkatse")
Female Tsunkatse fighter Edit
This female alien took part in the Tsunkatse matches in the Delta Quadrant when Seven of Nine and Tuvok were held prisoners by Penk, the fight coordinator. She trained with another opponent in the quarters and fought a match against a Kradin. (VOY: "Tsunkatse")
Tsunkatse spectators Edit
Other Delta Quadrant locations Edit
Alien buyer's species Edit
A member from this species was attempting to broker a deal with Tau, a leader of pirates who stole technology from various starships. Tau told him he could provide him with all the weapons he needed, even a ceremonial spear. When the buyer said Tau's price was too high, Tau threatened to sell the weapons to the buyer's enemies instead. (VOY: "Concerning Flight")
Alien captain Edit
A distress call from this alien, captain of a starship, was received by the crew of the Voyager in 2375. He died along his crew after being trapped in the chaotic space for over one year and experiencing hallucinations. (VOY: "The Fight")
Alien visitor's species Edit
A member of this species was invited aboard the USS Voyager to discuss a deal for a warp coil. This was just a ruse, in order to question him concerning stolen Voyager technology. He was in possession of a tricorder, a compression phaser rifle, and was wearing a command division Starfleet uniform. He admitted that he had purchased the items from a man named Tau, a leader of pirates who stole technology from various ships. He did not know where Tau was, as he always dealt with a go between. In return for his information, he was permitted by Commander Chakotay to keep the items he'd acquired, a deal which did not particularly impress him. (VOY: "Concerning Flight")
Commerce planet visitors Edit
Several members of unknown species visited a planet in the Delta Quadrant in 2374 to conduct business. The away team from the USS Voyager questioned some of them about their stolen technology. (VOY: "Concerning Flight")
Holographic corner man Edit
Hostile alien Edit
Mercenary alien Edit
Mikhal bar visitors Edit
These alien bar visitors were present at a lodge at the Mikhal outpost when Captain Kathryn Janeway and a Mikhal traveler, called Nakahn, were engaged in conversation. He was telling the captain an incredible story of one of his travels. Among them were two females and two male aliens. (VOY: "Darkling")
Mokra-controlled planet aliens Edit
These alien species were living on a Mokra-controlled planet in 2372. They visited the marketplace when an away team of the USS Voyager was attacked and imprisoned by soldiers of the Mokra Order. (VOY: "Resistance")
Ord'mirit mining vessel commandant Edit
This alien individual was the commandant of an Ord'mirit mining vessel encountered by the Silver Blood USS Voyager in orbit of a class Y planet in 2375. He contacted the Voyager and asked them to leave the planet and its orbit immediately. (VOY: "Course: Oblivion")
Peak-eared alien Edit
Salvage alien's species Edit
The salvage aliens were a group of aliens who confronted Janeway, Lt. Paris and Tuvok over the contents of a Borg debris field. Janeway planned to salvage a replacement cortical node for Seven. The salvage alien claimed the right of salvage. A fight ensued and with Paris at the helm of the Delta Flyer II, the USS Voyager crew fought their way past the alien vessels and returned to the ship. (VOY: "Imperfection")
Vidiian-like species Edit
A species characterized by cranial ridges identical to those of the Vidiians.
The adulteress was one member of this species. She was contacted by USS Voyager when they were trying to find the whereabouts of Gar who had stolen The Doctor's matrix. The adulteress had recommend that her husband take Gar on as a partner in a trading deal. She told Janeway that her husband was boring and that Gar was exciting. At first, she was not going to help Janeway locate him, because she thought Janeway wanted him for herself. Only after Janeway pretended that she and Tuvok were lovers did the adulteress help them. (VOY: "Critical Care")
Alien with musket Edit
- See: Illusory people