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The Talarians are a humanoid species native to the galaxy's Alpha Quadrant. Their government is the Talarian Republic.

History and specifics

The home star system of the Talarian species is the Talar system. (TNG video game: Birth of the Federation)

Talarians are characterized by a distinctive hairless enlargement of the coronal area of the skull extending in two lobes to the back of the head. Talarian blood is red; natives of this species are prone to radiation burns and respiratory distress. (TNG episode: "Suddenly Human")

Raktajino is known to have intoxicating effects on Talarians. (DS9 episode: "A Simple Investigation")

In the 2360s, Talarian military weaponry was inferior to Federation standards, consisting of neutral particle weapons, X-ray lasers, and Merculite rockets, and thus didn't represent a serious tactical threat to a Galaxy-class starship. They also employed subspace proximity detonators and self-destruct devices that were installed on their ships. (TNG episode: "Heart of Glory")

Talarian society is strictly patriarchal, with the role of women being limited to raising children. (VOY novel: The Chance Factor)

They have Talarian hook spiders as pets/companions. (VOY novel: The Chance Factor)

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