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Locator logo depicting the galaxy's Gamma Quadrant.

Batrus was a planet in the galaxy's Gamma Quadrant.

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Captain Zin Dezavrim and the crew of the independent courier Even Odds were researching the Mendicum Stone in 2377 and planned to survey the caves on Batrus as part of their research. (DS9 novel: Sacraments of Fire)

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Gamma Quadrant planets and planetoids
Alamenta IIArgrathaBatrusBopak IIIBraxBronis IICaldonia IIICallinon VIIDionby IVDosa IIEcoEeEmpersaEnskith VIErabus PrimeErrikang VIIFounders' homeworldGaia IVHoek IVIdran IVInnerol VKaremmaKeltaraKendarayKigus IIIKurill PrimeLaertesLesurgis XXXIILodontus IIIMerakord IIMeridianMundahlaNew BajorNew Founder homeworldOasonOverne IIIParada IVRindamil IIIRintannaShelvar VISkrreeT-Rogoran PrimeTevlin-DeThreska IITorad VTorga IVVadris IIIVandros IVVaralaVanìmelVhetti PrimeVrynax IIYadera IIYadera PrimeZaria Vunnamed Gamma Quadrant planets and planetoids Gamma Quadrant locator logo.

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