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This list of arthropod alien species is limited to species and groups of genetically related extraterrestrial organisms that exhibit physical features, attributes or forms similar to, but potentially far from a typical Terran species of arthropod while excluding specific references to individual organisms. This list includes sapient, non-sapient and hybrid forms of alien arthropods.

  • Arachnids (Battlelords of the 23rd Century, Starship Troopers)
  • The Arachnid Omnivoracity (Starfire)
  • Bees (Doctor Who)
  • Blisk (Destroy All Humans! 2)
  • Boglodite (Men in Black 3)
  • Brood (Marvel Comics)
  • "Bug" (Starship Troopers)
  • Bugs (Men in Black)
  • Collector (Mass Effect 2)
  • The Colony (Final Days of the Planet Earth)
  • Cerebrocrustacean (Ben 10: Alien Force)
  • Cinnrusskin (Sector General)
  • Cragmite (Ratchet & Clank)
  • Drak (Farscape)
  • Driel (Dark Planet)
  • Antlion swarm (Half Life 2)
  • Formic (Ender's Game)
  • Gaim (Babylon 5)
  • Inibit (Genesis Climber Mospeada) (called "Invid" in the Robotech American adaptation)
  • Insects in The History of the Galaxy
  • Insects in Castle series
  • Ilwrath (Star Control)
  • Irken Empire (Invader Zim)
  • Klackons (Master of Orion)
  • Keepers (Mass Effect)
  • Klick (Star*Drive)
  • Klikiss (Saga of Seven Suns)
  • Kwai (DC Comics)
  • The Lexx race (Lexx)
  • Locust (listed under insectoid because of their superorganism-like society, the various Locust types are similar to a variety of creatures such as arachnids, humans, monkeys, bats, Queen type hive insects, jellyfish, and squid) (Gears of War)
  • Macra (Doctor Who)
  • Majat (Alliance-Union universe)
  • Mantis (Conquest: Frontier Wars)
  • Marmosian (Ascendancy)
  • Martian (Quatermass and the Pit)
  • Menoptra (Doctor Who) (butterfly-like)
  • Mesklinites (Mission of Gravity) (millipede-like)
  • Mind worm (Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri)
  • Nagrab (Dan Dare)
  • Orthopterran (Ben 10: Omniverse)
  • Optera (Doctor Who)
  • Oryctini (Ben 10: Ultimate Alien)
  • "Prawn" (District 9)
  • Precursor (Halo)
  • Rachni (Mass Effect)
  • Racnoss (Doctor Who) (spider-like)
  • Re'tu (Stargate SG-1)
  • Riders, highly aggressive inhabitants of Mother (Remnants)
  • Scrin (Command & Conquer 3)
  • Shadow (Babylon 5)
  • Shivan (Descent: FreeSpace â€" The Great War)
  • "Space Spiders" (Lost in Space)
  • Spider Aliens (Valiant Comics)
  • Lepidopterran (Ben 10)
  • Tachidi (Master of Orion)
  • Taxxon (Animorphs) (Centipede/worm-like)
  • Tecreasean (Battlelords of the 23rd Century)
  • Tetramite (Ratchet & Clank)
  • Than (Andromeda)
  • Thargoid (Elite)
  • Thranx (Humanx Commonwealth)
  • "The Titans" (Yoko Tsuno)
  • Tyranid (Warhammer 40,000)
  • Tractator (Doctor Who)
  • Team Space Bug (Kaiju Big Battel)
  • Uchuu Kaijuu ("Space Monsters") (Gunbuster)
  • Ur-Quan Kohr-Ah (Star Control)
  • Ur-Quan Kzer-Za (Star Control)
  • Vajra (Macross Frontier)
  • Vashta Nerada (presumably insectoid in nature, swarms of them can reduce a living organism to bones in seconds, then animating the remaining skeleton) (Doctor Who)
  • Vespid (Warhammer 40,000)
  • Vrusk (Star Frontiers)
  • Wreaves (ConSentiency universe)
  • Wirrn (Doctor Who) (wasp-like)
  • Xeno (Alone in the Dark)
  • Xenomorph (Alien)
  • Xindi-Insectoids (Star Trek)
  • Yanme'e (Halo)
  • Zarbi (Doctor Who) (ant-like)
  • Zerg (StarCraft)

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