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:''See also: '''[[Edo|The Edo]]''', a humanoid species native to [[Rubicun III]].''
 
:''See also: '''[[Edo|The Edo]]''', a humanoid species native to [[Rubicun III]].''
   
The '''Edosians''' (sometimes Edoan) are a race native to planet [[Edos]] in the [[Alpha Quadrant]]. They bear some physical resemblence to [[Triexian]]s, though Edosians are considered a more animated race. ({{ss|NF|The Road to Edos}})
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The '''Edosians''' (sometimes Edoans) are a race native to planet [[Edos]] in the [[Alpha Quadrant]]. They bear some physical resemblance to [[Triexian]]s, though Edosians are considered a more animated race. ({{ss|NF|The Road to Edos}})
 
:''Arex was identified as an Edoan in [[Alan Dean Foster]]'s [[TAS novelisations|''Star Trek Logs'' novelizations]], based on never-aired background information from ''TAS''. That he was actually a Triexian was established in the ''New Frontier'' series, and the root of the confusion touched on in "The Road to Edos."''
 
   
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:''Arex was identified as an Edoan in [[Alan Dean Foster]]'s [[TAS novelisations|''Star Trek Logs'' novelizations]], based on never-aired background information from ''TAS''. That he was actually a Triexian was established in the ''New Frontier'' series, and the root of the confusion touched upon in "The Road to Edos."''
 
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Revision as of 23:45, September 1, 2012

See also: The Edo, a humanoid species native to Rubicun III.

The Edosians (sometimes Edoans) are a race native to planet Edos in the Alpha Quadrant. They bear some physical resemblance to Triexians, though Edosians are considered a more animated race. (NF short story: "The Road to Edos")

Arex was identified as an Edoan in Alan Dean Foster's Star Trek Logs novelizations, based on never-aired background information from TAS. That he was actually a Triexian was established in the New Frontier series, and the root of the confusion touched upon in "The Road to Edos."
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