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This list of parasitic alien species is limited to fictional 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 parasites or symbiotes, while excluding specific references to individual organisms. This list includes sapient, non-sapient and hybrid forms of alien symbiotes, parasites or species that are parasitic or symbiotic during one or more developmental stages.

  • Andromeni (Battlelords of the 23rd Century)
  • "Body snatcher pods" (The Body Snatchers)
  • Baby (Dragonball GT)
  • Black oil (X-Files)
  • Brain Slug (Futurama)
  • Byrum (Mr. Gray) (Dreamcatcher)
  • Destroyah (Godzilla vs. Destoroyah)
  • DNAliens (Ben 10: Alien Force)
  • DomZ (Beyond Good & Evil)
  • Energy Rider (Farscape)
  • Endosymbiont Needle)
  • Goa'uld (Stargate SG-1)
    • Tok'ra (Stargate SG-1)
  • Gelth (Doctor Who)
  • Ing (Dark creatures with the ability to possess living beings, the dead, and the artificially intelligent, who become darklings.) (Metroid Prime 2: Echoes)
  • Fendahl (Doctor Who)
  • The Flood (Halo)
  • Headcrab (Half-Life)
  • The Hive (Dark Skies)
  • Invid (Robotech)
  • Iskoort (Animorphs)
  • Krynoid (Doctor Who)
  • Life Fiber (Kill la Kill)
  • The Loki (Ratchet & Clank)
  • Martians in The War of the Worlds who injected human blood into themselves.
  • Metroid (Metroid)
  • Necromorph (Dead Space)
  • Nomads (Freelancer)
  • "Puppet Masters" (The Puppet Masters)
  • Symbiote (Marvel Comics)
  • Trill (Star Trek)
  • Ungooma (Ascendancy)
  • The wind (Hooded Swan)
  • Wirrn (Doctor Who)
  • Xenocyte (Ben 10: Alien Force)
  • X Parasite (Metroid)
  • Xenomorph (Alien)
  • Yeerks (Animorphs)

§See also



  • List of fictional parasites

§References





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