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Planet: M-113. The last of a vaguely humanoid species sometimes referred to as the "salt vampire" because of its need for salt and its willingness to kill to satiate its own hunger. The creature...
Pre-industrial society encountered by the Enterprise NX-01. The Akaali were suffering from a mysterious plague caused by a secret Malurian mining operation. Luckily, Captain Archer uncovered this...
Jonathan Archer's crew discovered a ship full of Axanar bodies drained of their triglobulin-rich bodily fluid. An Axanar ship later saved the Enterprise NX-01 from an attack by the same parasitic...
Humanoid species. The Enterprise NX-01's Dr. Phlox is Denobulan. The Denobulans hail from the system Denobula Triaxa, and only require six days of sleep per year (though, according to Dr. Phlox,...
Invocation of Renewal
Prah Mantoos offered Dr. Phlox the honor of leading the pilgrims in this incantaion, which is recited prior to the appearance of the Great Plume of Agosoria. The doctor was thrilled to take him up...
Alpha Quadrant species. Lorillian children are born with the ability to breathe only methyloxide via an inhalation apparatus. This means that mother and child must deal with a difficult weaning...
Humanoid species. Their distinguishing physical characteristic is their mottled, greenish-tinted skin. The Suliban are originally from Sector 3641, but their homeworld became unhabitable around...
The Tesnians require six hours of boron gas a day in order to survive. While attempting to dock, a Tesnian ship collided with Enterprise NX-01 and crashed into an asteroid. Malcolm Reed and Trip...
Captain Archer and the Enterprise NX-01 crew encountered this species of hunters on the "rogue" planet in 2151. For nine generations, Eska hunting parties have stalked and killed the indigenous...
Alpha Quadrant species. The Enterprise NX-01 discovered a derelict Kantare ship and its remaining crew on an otherwise uninhabited planet in 2151. The Kantare crew had survived on this planet for...
Humanoid species indigenous to the planet Valakis. The seemingly primitive Menk are one of two species on the planet; the other is the technologically-advanced Valakians. The Menk are subservient...
Refers to the descendants of the original Terra Nova colonists, who live underground. The Novans did not believe they were descended from humans, instead thinking that humans were the ones...
Stone of J'Kah
The stone represents a life of order and control through logic, and was part of a ritual at the Vulcan monastery of P'Jem. Honored guests were invited to touch the stone at the end of their visit.
Tau Ceti Accords
Vulcan phrase that translates to "Vulcans without logic." This name was given by Vulcan elders to those who disagreed with the ancestral teachings. A group of V'tosh ka'tur was encountered by...
This is how the Eskans referred to the indigenous shapeshifters they hunted on the rogue planet. The wraiths, who possessed telepathic abilities, could assume various forms. One appeared to...
Festival of the Moons
Teachings of Surak
Treaty of Ka'Tann
This matriarchal species established a small mining outpost in the Alpha Quadrant circa 2131. Over the next 20 years, it grew into a colony (population 3,600), complete with schools and a museum....
Left alone with Porthos as the only crew awake while the NX-01 traverses a spatial disturbance lethal to humans and Vulcans, Dr. Phlox spends at least part of his four-plus days jogging while...
A spacefaring civilization known especially as traders, apparently located in or near the Delphic Expanse. Within the elaborate ruse to win Degra's trust and gain intelligence, Archer calls the...
A soft-sided creature, typically about six inches long with a long, slim forked end, used by organic Denobulan healers like Phlox for internal treatments to cleanse the humanoid lymphatic system...
A mysterious group of related species located in the Delphic Expanse, all of whom evolved to spacefaring technological intelligence at the same time on the same homeworld, Xindus. In 2153, the...
Species that lost the ability to reproduce centuries ago. In an effort to preserve their once-flourishing society, the Loque'eque created a mutagenic virus that transformed other species into...
The long-dead species and culture of a subtrerranean humanoid civilization from a still-fertile world in the Delphic Expanse, based in the city of Urquat. Somehow rendered sterile, the people...
Lyssarian Desert Larvae
A melon-sized lifeform whose epidermal layer secretes a viral suppressant, kept by Phlox in his Sickbay menagerie for its use as a salve for cuts and bruises. In a controversial procedure not...
A species and culture known to Denobulans and Vulcans by 2153, governed by the Lyssarian Prime Conclave. They have kept the mimetic cloning ability of Lyssarian desert larvae largely a secret to...
Species with a large merchant fleet. Captain Archer and the crew of the Enterprise NX-01 encountered these aliens during their mission to the Delphic Expanse. Two Osaarian ships had entered the...
Humanoid species that abducted humans from Earth many years ago to use as slave labor on their new colonies. The plan backfired when the humans rebelled, enslaving the Skagarans. The humans...
A humanoid culture of the Delphic Expanse with space travel in the mid-22nd century, physically notable for numerous thin projecting "horns" all about the head. One in 50 million of the natives...
A panel of two representatives from each of the five surviving, dispersed Xindi races, meeting around a table at a secret chamber to plan the destruction of Earth before that world can destroy...
The only one of the five Xindi sentient species who is not bipedal and existing in a standard Class-M atmosphere, they instead require the marine environment they have evolved within. On the...
The sixth of multiple sentient Xindi species were completely wiped out when Xindus was imploded, due to their airborne nature. The planet's destruction was the last act in a century-old civil war...
The most excitable and reactionary of the five sentient Xindi species who are bound in a fractious alliance againt their perceived enemey, Earth. The Insectoids imagine a huge invasion is underway...
The Xindi subspecies who, in Xindi Council debate, are among those acting as devil's advocate to the more militant Xindi-Reptilians and excitable Insectoids. The superweapon project is under the...
Draxxan Cloud Viper
An otherwise unspecified animal and of unknown habitat, but one whose reputation at least is familiar to Phlox — apparently, for stealth if not unpleasantness. When spooked, he compares it...
Origin: unknown. An intelligent, bipedal reptilian species who fought with Captain Kirk on stardate 3045.6 under the assumption that the Federation was threatening the Gorn claim to the planet...
Planet: Q'onoS (Kronos, the Klingon homeworld). The well-statured warrior race has a genetic predisposition to hostility and a well-known streak of fatalism. Lieutenant Worf says that Klingons do...
Green-skinned humanoids, the most notable of whom are the so-called "green Orion animal women," females who seem to be mere slaves but actually wield a preternatural influence over humanoid males...
Also known as Kzin, the Kzinti are a race of sentient feline carnivores native to the planet Kzin. Kzinti are highly sexually dimorphic, at least in terms of intelligence; only the males are...
Each person on Megas-Tu is a specialist in a specific kind of magic, and while the satyr-like Lucien says there are no rivals, "generalists" such as himself are branded as troublemakers. The...
A six-legged creature with purple fur, a long tail, and yellow eyes and claws. About the size of a medium-size dog, the Rigelian hypnoid can project simple illusions, and speak. In 2269 (stardate...
A giant monster seemingly made of brown stone, the "rock creature" is encountered on an uncharted planet by Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, Nurse Chapel, and conman Harcourt Fenton Mudd in 2269 (stardate...
The race of sentient humanoids living beneath the waters of the planet Argo are unknown to the Federation prior of 2269. When the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise investigates the world, its officers...
Giant creatures that resemble slugs, the orange Lactrans each have individual reddish markings on their backs and faces. They have two yellow eyes and a trunk which ends with three grasping...
A tripodal, polytheistic race from the planet Edos. An Edosian has three legs, three arms, and three fingers on each hand and foot, with orange skin and a bony face. Lt. Arex is Edosian. Edosians...