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Pandrilites were a humanoid civilization native to the planet Pandril and were members of the United Federation of Planets. They were notable for their blue skin.

A Pandrilite competed in an interplanetary gymnastics meet at the University of Mississippi on Earth in 2245. (DS9 - The Lives of Dax short story: "Old Souls")

Vigo was a male Pandrilite who served as weapons officer aboard the USS Stargazer under Captain Jean-Luc Picard, and died at Maxia Zeta. (TNG novel: Reunion)

Amitra, a female Pandrilite politician, served as President of the United Federation of Planets from 2364 to 2368. (ST novel: Articles of the Federation)

In 2371, a Pandrilite crewmember of the Daring named Corbis fought with Picard and Lieutenant Worf, who were on an undercover mission near the Caliabris sector. (TNG - The Captain's Table novel: Dujonian's Hoard)

In 2372, a Pandrilite and Tarquinian trading ship docked at Deep Space 9. (DS9 novel: Saratoga)

The Pandrilites were one of twenty-eight species represented on the colony on Bersallis III in the mid 24th century. In 2367, a Pandrilite exobiologist committed suicide due to depression caused by unrequited love. (ST - New Worlds, New Civilizations short story: "Ashes, Ashes")

A Pandrilite goon gave Commander Riker and retainer Lyneea some information on Riker's longtime friend Teller Conlon. (TNG novel: Fortune's Light)


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