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XOOLOGY (aka Exozoology)

A. C.: [Monster Galaxy, astral cat?] turquoise lynx-like felinoid moga with star on forehead

a’kweth: sandworm from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

aa: [stirianaa mondegreen] gene-translocating bacteria from Stiria, Airit system, Galaxiki galaxy

aad: [i-less aiad] cave dragonfly from Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

aalaus: [German aal-laus portmanteau, "Sualaan Aalaus"] eel-louse, pest insectoid infesting eels from Sualaa, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

aalth: [Ba-Golik] small pet from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

aant: ["St. Naa's Aants"] 2-headed insectoid from Naa's star system

aapaard: [Dutch aap-paard portmanteau] ape-horse, furry centauroid

aapep: [Egypt.] pleated "moon serpent"

aard: [aardvark, aardwolf back-formation] anteater ancestor of both aardvarks and aardwolves

aariov: ["The Giants of Pigell" by Wim Vandemaan] fist-sized, ochre yellow ichthyoid from Pigell (Vega (alpha Lyrae) VIII)

aardshark: [aardvark-shark portmanteau, “Skrah's Draan Aardsharks”] large, voracious, hairy amphibian with large ears, long tubular snout and both claws and fins from Draa, Skrah system, Galaxiki galaxy

aasfesser: ["scavenger", "World of Primordial Soup" by Arndt Ellmer] crab-like pest from Camouflage, Jamondi cluster

aatxe: [Span.] spirit bull

aatxegorri: [Span.] red steer

aazab: [bazaar aazab palindrome] dark rose creature

aazgont: ["Manhunt on Lepso" by Dirk Hess] 8-legged crocodililan with blue-red scales from Hakain IV used for recording infrared images

aba: ["Space Patrol: Husky Becomes Invisible"] ornithoid whose eggs cure "the floats" from Mars (Sol IV)

abac: [Wales] Lake Llyon Llion monster

abada: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] rhinoceras or [Mythical Creatures List] Congo unicorn , see abath

abaia: [Melan.] large, deep lake eel

aballin: [Forgotten Realms] ooze like stagnant water but acidic

abannic: [cinnabar abannic palindrome] red-orange creature from Cinnabar (fka Mars (Sol IV)

á baoa qu: [The Book of Imaginary Beings by Luis Borges] peach-fuzzy, eyeless, tentacled transparent cephalopodan

abath: see abada

abbagouchie: [museumofhoaxes.com by Alex Boese] creature like owl, fox and deer from Puerto Rico, [Jim Wilson at Webster Echo] aka "dryland piranha"

a-beyn: [eika-beyn mondegreen] eika-beyn arachnoid ancestor (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

Abman snake: [Abma yamba palindrome] yamba-like amphisbæna from Abma, not related to Inkan snake

aboma: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] snake from S. America

abraxan: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] giant, palomino pegasus

abs: ["The Hypno-ball" by Kurt Brand] roo-like carnivore with 2-fingered "hands" from Lovely

Abydonian lizard: [“Stargate: The Movie”] feast food animal with exoskeleton, said to taste like chicken

acacia: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] locust, see cicada, cicala

acari: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] monkey from S. America

acari(d): [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] mite, parasitic insect, see atomy, accarus

accarus: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] mite, see acari(d), atomy

achalerai: [Monster Manual by Skip William, etal.] large flightless ornithoid with 4 stilt-like legs, shaggy vestigial blue-green wings, parrot-like head

achanch: [Armenian dziachanch back-formation] horsefly-horse pegasoid from Peggassa, Hippocrenea system, Galaxiki galaxy

achteg: [nachteg elision] leg-less, nocturnal dracoid from Gethca, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

achtengaal: [Afrikaans nachtengaal elision] nightingale-like ornithoid from Laagnethca, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

achtvlinder: [Dutch nachtvlinder elision] moth-like insectoid noted for achtvlinding

achuur: ["Battle of the Neptune Moon" by H. G. Ewers] giant nocturnal predatory dinosauroid from Alyra system

acid snake: [Star Trek annual #2: "The Final Voyage"] snake-like creature that emits acid from belly from Carnel

acixem: [Mexican acixam palindrome] purplish pink creature from Mexica

ack: [moonack back-formation] woodchuck from Luna (Sol IIIb)

acklay: [“Attack of the Clones”] praying mantis-like crustacean with a protective crest, three eyes, six legs each with a scythe-like claw from Vendaxa, Jedi galaxy

acromatula: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] hairy, black 4.5-m spider from Borneo

actornis: [onactornis mondegreen] off-white flightless ornithoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

acupa: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] weakfish

ad: [Estonian kanad back-formation] diurnal ornithoid from Ka or [Azerbaijani Agcaqanad back-formation] mosquitoid from Agcaqa, related to hgin, from moons of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

adanda: ["Dead Diver" by Wim Vandermaan] insect from Lepso (Firing II)

Adarna eagle: [Filipino] eagle whose song lulls to sleep and whose dropping petrify from Philippines

addee: [adder back-formation] adder prey from Eeda, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

äddry: ["Dead Diver" by Wim Vandermaan] slim, smoldering metallic red, eight-legged carnivore

Aduisan pig: [Suida adiusa palindrome] porcoid from Adiusa, Goodiusa system, Galaxiki galaxy

Adnamese snake: [Adnamese manda palindrome] manda-like amphisbæna from Adnam, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

ado igdaigh: ["mirror of the soul", "The Mountains of The Gods" by H. G. Ewers] aka urgho falat, pigeon-sized, shimmering blue song ornithoid with short, dark red beak from Toulminth (Ovenden IV)

Adulalan lark: [Alauda aduala palindrome] lark-like ornithoid from Aduala, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

adus: [Sudan adus palindrome] reddish yellow creature from Suda (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

adyh: ["The Sentinel of Foppon" by Hans Kneifel] giant, colorful ornithoid of prey

ae: [seal aes palindrome] pale "red" (yellow-orange) sirenian with dark brown extremities

aeco: [ocean aeco palindrome, “Socean Aecos”] hippopotamus-seahorse related to evir from Socea, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

aegospotamus: hippoid from Aegopotami

aehw: [wheat aehw palindrome] pale brownish yellow creature

aelurec: [cerulean aelurec palindrome] frosty blue creature from Cerulea system (Edge World)

aem: [Crayola meat aem palindrome] brownish yellow creature

Aenaran spider: [Aranea aenara palindrome] arachnoid from Aenara, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

aep: [pear aep palindrome] chartreuse yellow creature

aepycamel: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] 6-m giraffe-like camel from Miocene

aepyornis: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] aka elephant bird

aerc: [cream aerc palindrome] very pale reddish creature, see gnim

aerd: [dreaded aerd, Sdrean aerds palindrome] frightening creature from Sdrea, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

aerob: [boreal aerob palindrome] gnat-like insectoid from arctic Borea, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

aerovore: [Orion’s Arm edition Encyclopedia Galactica] aka gray dust, bionano goo responsible for Nanodisaster, Conver Wars, Sagittarius Frontier Wars, Zeon

aet: [teal aet palindrome] bluish green creature

aethonon: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] chestnut-colored pegasus

aetrot: [torteau aetrot palindrome] equinoid with red spots, flaming mouth and ears

Afghant hound: [Afghan-ant portmanteau] large, slender,sesquipedal caninoid with long, thick hair, pointed muzzle, drooping ears, compound eyes and antennae

Afpran bear: ["Phantoms in Terrania" by Ernst Vlcek] Janus-headed ursinoid from Afpra

afrak: [FthinraKathi by Dale Murphy] creature from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

afrotheria: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] large family of animals all originating in Africa, including elephantines, sirenians, hyraxes, tenres, golden moles, aardvarks, elephant shrews

aga: [Indonesian/Malay naga elision] hibernating dracoid from Wintria, Pfetea system, Galaxiki galaxy

agama: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] starred lizard from tropics, see hardim

Agānilakian snake: [Agānilak’s kalināga palindrome] kalināga-like amphisbæna from Agānilak, moon of Naslima, Slamina system, Galaxiki (NGC 1300b) galaxy

agenbite: [Peter Macinnis]: carrion-eating toothless snake, except on Little Ugly where it’s herbivorous

ager: [an onager mondegreen] off-white ass (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

aggatura: [naggatura elision] moorhen likely infested with schamir worms from Arutagga, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

aggedor: [The Monster of Peladon by Terrance Dicks, "Curse of Peladon" by Brian Hayles] ome-horned, fanged, pig-faced bipedal quest beast of Peladon’s trisilicate mines

agger: [Lat. “mound”, “Eggan Agger”] mound-like creature from Egga, Ojikh system, Galaxiki galaxy

aghag: [Maltese naghag elision] sheep-like ruminant from Gahga, moon of Gagha, Gahgagaghag system, Galaxiki galaxy

agi: [unagi back-formation] mock seaserpent

agony: see venom

agouti: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] rodent from S. America, see cavy, degu, paca, coypu

agreno: [Perry Rhodan] light brown, 6-legged mount with large mandibles, mid-body notch, sharp, sour odor used by Skaharans from Luuhr

agriothere: [After the Dinosaurs by Douglas R. Prothero] huge bear from Pliocene or Erehtoirga, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

agua: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] huge toad

agumi: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] pigeon-like trumpeter

ah: [argah mondegreen] gray egg-layer (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

aha: sphecid wasp, related to aha ha or 200-kg Nile perch

ahcilp: [plicha ahcilp palindrome, galaxiki.org] ornightoid from Acgaqa, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

ahgum: [mughal ahgum palindrome] greenish creature

ahik: ["Invasion of the Shadow" by H. G. Ewers] from Fireplace (aka Hephaestus), Boscyks system

ahla: [Maltese nahla elision] bee-like insectoid from Alha, Ojikh system, Galaxiki galaxy

ahlh: [The Romulan Way by Terisa Halekala-LoBrotto, The Disinherited by Diane Duane and Peter Morwood] aka slime devil

ahr: [nahr elision] bat-mouse, ancestral to mouse and bat from Rha, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

ahuizotl: [Fiend Folio by Eric Cagle, etal.] simian with dog-like head, glossy brown fur and white underbelly and clawed hand on prehensile tail, especially fond of eyes, teeth and fingernails [Here Be Monsters almanac] from Meso-America

ahulph: [The Anome by Jack Vance] domesticated anthropoid from Durdane that communicates by odor

ahvaal: [Estonian ahv-vaal portmanteau, “Slaavhan Ahvaals”] ape-whale, large ichthanthropoid from Slaavha, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

aiad: [naiad elision, “Sdaian Aiads”] dragonfly-like insectoid from Sdaia, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

aibad: [Debian aibad palindrome] Debian red creature, from Debia, Deb system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

ailen rac: [carnelian ailen rac palindrome] carnelian red rac, see nim rac, anid rac

ailon: [magnolia ailongam palindrome] whitish gam

ailuht: [Thulian ailuht palindrome] pink creature from Thulia, Thul system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

air-whale: [On the Storm Planet by Cordwainer Smith] aerial cetacean from Henriada, see skywhale,

airyt: [tyrian airyt palindrome] purple creature, see vuam, nedom from Tyria, Tyr system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

aiwa: 10-m sea and air steed from Naboo, Jedi galaxy

ajada: [buaja darat mondegreen] large, lavender rat-like dracoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

Ajan naja: [mynynym] asp-like serpentoid from Aja peninsula, Snowi, Nejstea system, Galaxiki galaxy

ajar: [rajah ajar palindrome] deep, bright saffron creature

ajyrrebzzaj: [Crayola jazzberry jam ajyrrebzzaj palindrome] dark red-violet

a-kao-ut: [Space Pirate by Jack Vance] swift flyer of the Pherasic or from Tuoaka, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

ak: [Turkish karabatak back-formation] ornithoid ancestral to kara bat and cormorant, see daq

akateko: [Japanese] small red hand-like arboreal animal from Japan, see handbird, or Oketaka, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

Akhaar medusa: [Perry Rhodan] huge methane-breater from Akhaar, Tryco-Simm system

akhlut: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] man-eating amphibious wolf (or dirus) from Bering Sea

akibah: ["Dreams from a Foreign Dimension" by H. G. Ewers] wild Arkonide cattle

akinom: ["Death in the Turquoise Sea" by Andreas Findig] little, turquoise ornithoid from Auroch-Maxo-55, Segafredo galaxy

akk: Jedi companion lizard with lightsabre-resistant hide

akman: [“In the Walls from Eryx” by Howard Phillips Lovecraft and Kenneth Sterling] wringling, slimy creature

akola: ["The Steel Swing of Orxh" by Peter Terrid] dangerous sea creature from Xoaixo, Llaga-del-Armgh system

Akoyan snake: [Akoy's yoka] yoka-like amphisbæna from Akoy, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

aku: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] victor fish

Akuizan snake: [Akuiza ziuka palindrome] ziuka-like amphisbæna from Akuiza, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

akuni: ["The Gentlemen of the Blue Crystals" by H. G. Francis] predatory felinoid with 4 slit eyes, green scales and vulture-like beak from Takota's world

akvaryum: [Turkish akvaryum baligi back-formation] ichthyoid ancestral to fisk and goldfish, from Muyravka, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

Al Aiferdnan snake: [Al Aiferdna fandrefiala palindrome] fandrefiala-like amphisbæna from Al Aiferdna

al-mi’raj: [Fabulous Beasts and Demons by Heinz Mode] yellow hare with one black horn or from Jarimla, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

al'diiz: ["Death in the Turquoise Sea" by Andreas Findig] paumyr worm that stimulates budding of plant-island from Auroch-Maxo-55, Segafrendo galaxy

Alaam’s bass: [Balaam’s ass spoonerism] singing ichthyoid from Alaam’s archipelago, pegasoid from Peggassa, Hippocrenea system, Galaxiki galaxy

alan: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] hunting wolfhound

alazb: arachnoid from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

albatross: aka mollyhawk, goony bird, Cape Hope sheep (QPB Encyclopedia of Word and Phrase Origins by Robert Hendrickson)

albertosaur: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] gorgosaur-like tyrannosaurid from Alberta

albino ant: ["13 Against Arkon" by Andreas Findig] white ant-like insectoid from Ertus (Kreit III)

albinoid: [Resident Evil: Code Veronica] T-virus infected salamander with electric shock, matures in just 10 hrs.

albinowl: [albino-owl portmanteau] predatory polar ornithoid

Alborak: silver horse able to travel at hundreds of kilometers per second from Mohammed or from Karobla, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

alca: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] razor-billed auk, see murr(e)

Aldebaran serpent: ["Hide and Q" by C. J. Holland] 3-headed, leg-less reptilian from Aldebaran (alpha Tauri) system

Aldebarian wooly newt: [Flonk News: “A ‘Rotini Worm’ Fossil on Mars?”] wooly newt from Aldebar

alectrosaur: ["unmarried lizard", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 5-m tyrannosaurid from late Cretaceous

alejandro: moga from Monster galaxy [Monster Galaxy]

Alennan worm: [Annela alenna palindrome] worm-like creature from Alenna, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

alf: [flax alf palindrome] pale brownish yellow creature

Alfzarian dragon: ["Honorable Enemies" by Poul Anderson] dracoid from Borthudian mts., Alfzar, Betelgeuse (alpha Orionis) system

Algolian dung beetle: [“Shakedown: Return of the Sontarans” by Terrence Dicks] dung beetle-like insectoid from Algol (beta Persei) system

ali: [argali palidrome] gray sheep (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

aligerbil: [aliger gerbil portmanteau] winged gerbil pegasoid from Peggassa, Hippocrenea system, Galaxiki galaxy

aliha: [Estonian kanaliha back-formation, galaxiki.org] chicken-like ornithoid from Ka, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

alil: [lilac alil palindrome] pale silvery gray creature

aliora: [alioramus mondegreen] mouse-sized tyrannosaur (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

alioramus: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 6-m tyrannosaurid with sharp cones on snout

aliped: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wing-footed creature

alit: [The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind] tail-less, short-legged, bipedal predator from Vvardenfell grasslands, Morrowind, related to guar and kagouti

Aljew eagle: ["Departure into Space" by William Voltz] eagle-like ornithoid from Conyers, moon of Firmer, Sapa system

allan: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] gull or hawk from Scotland, see skua, jaeger

allegory: [Piers Anthony] green reptile with long toothy snout from Xanth or Yrogella, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

allesfresser: ["omnivore", "The Experimental Criminals" by Ernst Vlcek] black, armored wildcat-like felinoid predator with 3 green slit eyes, 4 rows of teeth and long hook-tipped tail from Roulawan, Argnos system

allghoi khorkoi: [Mongolian “death worm“] desert worm that spits yellow acidic saliva, able to generate electrical shock from Mongolia

Allignirian finch: [Allignirfringilla palindrome] finch from Allignir, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

allicanto: metallic-colored desert lizard from Atacama desert, Chile, or Otnacilla, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

alligoator: [alligator-goat portmanteau] scaly omnivorous ruminant with short legs, long tail and backward curved horns

allistinker: [Terra Monster RPG] gray swamp-dweller with bushy white-striped tail, backplates, yellow underbelly, see fouligator from Terrarium

Alliugnan eel: [Anguilla alliugna palindrome] snake-like ichthyoid from Alliugna, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

allocamelus: [ass-camel] donkey-headed camel from Sulemacolla, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

allognathosuch: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] small crocodillian with both sharp and shell-crushing knobby teeth from Paleocene

allosaur: ["donkey-lizard", The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] large theropod dinosaur, from Ruasolla, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

allsnouter: [The Snouters by Harald Stümpke] slender notochord with no limbs, including enterorrinus, wholesnouters

Alman medusa: [Perry Rhodan] sea creature from Alma

aloe: [Speculum Orbis Terrae by Cornelis de Jode] legless goose-like ornithoid with 4 fins, and fish-like tail

alopex: [Fabulous Beasts and Demons by Heinz Mode] huge boy-eating fox from Thebes or Xepola, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

aloze: [Continuum RPG] 1-m, 30-kg carrion-eating cave lizard from Dark Hook Peak, Dornique, Andromede or Ezola, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

alpaca: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] llama-like creature

alpacat: [alpaca-cat portmanteau] wooly, long-necked felinoid on Tacapla ["Tacalpan Alpacat" palindrome], moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

alpacatastrophe: [Godville] very explosive alpaca

alssarg: [nalssarg elision] grassland ruminant from Grassla, Galaxiki galaxy

alt: [althorn back-formation, Tlan alt] ruminant with upright horns from Tla system

altamaha-ha: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] large, dark, humped basilosauroid from Altamaha River, Georgia, or Ahahamatla, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

Alucivan navicula: [mynynym] navicula-like creature from Aluciva, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

aluk: [Yeht-Golik] ichthyoid from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system or Kulan, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

alusn: [Armenian havalusn back-formation] pelican-chicken, ornithoid ancestral to a chicken and pelican

alvarezsaur: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] terapod related to mononykus

alvone: ["The City of Puppets" by H. G. Ewers] man-sized scavenger arthropod

alxasaur: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 3.8-m therizinosaur with small head with leaf-shaped teeth, long arms and large claws, short tail

alyx: [Monster Galaxy] moga from Monster galaxy

alzia: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] magpie

äm: [liäm back-formation] lamb-like caninoid

Amāra snake: [Amāra lab balarāma palindrome] gengineered balarāma-like amphisbæna from Amāra laboratory

amarok: [Inuit, Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] giant, nocturnal warg-like caninoid, possibly same as waheela, from N. E. Pacific coast, or Korama, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

amazu: [namazu elision] giant catfish from Japan or Uzaman, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

amber pencil: ["The Worm Turns" by Gregory Benford] long cylindroid propelled by blue burning gas from HD209458 system

ambiortus: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] earliest flightless carinate from early Cretaceous, ancestral to ichthyornis and birds, or Sutroibma, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

ambulocetus: ["walking whale", After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] sea lion-sized whale ancestor with vestigial hooves related to pakicetus and dalanistes from Eocene or Sutecolubma, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

amdok: [Warrior of Llarn, Theif of Llarn by Gardner F. Fox] scaly, Shetland pony-sized megapodan with 3 eyes, large powerful jaw, whip-like tail used as steed from Llarn, or Kodma, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

amebalea: [Basque ameba-balea portmanteau] amoeba-whale, cetacean with only vestigial skeleton, from Aelabema, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

amhuluk: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 30-m horned lake snake from Forkend Mt. lakes, Ore., or Kuluhma, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

amikuk: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] amphibious, man-eating dracoid with slimy pelt (illustrated by Ben Patrick as with triple jaws like tu-long and 4 eyes) with 4 humanoid arms from Bering Sea (Mythical Creatures List)

ammonia mouse: ["The Deadly Invension" by William Voltz] ammonia-breathing mouse-like rodentoid that exhales hydrogen from Makrabasen

amp-eater: ["L'il Abner" by Al Capp] electovore from Lower Slobbovia

amperor: [Terra Monster RPG] winged quadruped with pincher-tipped tail, see from Terrarium

amphi: {"Lord of the Lost World" by Harvey Patton] amphibious dolphin-like with smooth, scaleless, greenish skin, white underbelly, pointed snout, 4-finger-like extensions on 6 leg-fins, both gills and lungs, communicate with whistling, croaking and chirping from Ysath'Thor

amphicyon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] aka beardog from Eocene or Noy, Cihpma system, Galaxiki galaxy

amphisbæna: [Natural History by Pliny the Elder] serpent with false head on tail, said to protect in pregnancy when alive, curing rheumatism when dead

amphorae: [Worlds Apart: Nat. Hist. of Furaha and Earth by Souren Nyoroge] bottle-like bottom-dwellers from Furaha (alpha Phoenicis IV)

ampint: [Terra Monsters RPG] small, black-and-blue pongid with large front paws, see gorillamp, from Terrarium

amselch: [German Amsel-Elch portmanteau] blackbird-elk/moose, black griffinoid with antlers

amurraupe: ["Escape from Thantur-Lok" by Susan Schwartz] source of shiny, opalescent silk

amynodont: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] aquatic hippoid from Priabonian age (late Eocene) or Noy, Cihpma system, Galaxiki galaxy

amzia: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] wasp

an'dalesgiyísgi: [Cherokee Tsalagi] monkey

anab: [Crayola, Banana Mania Inaman anab palindrome] yellow creature from Inama (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

anacus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] gompothere with 4.3-m straight tusks from Miocene

anæbsihpma: [amphisbæna ananym] amphisbæna with two tail-like heads

anagalid: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] rabbit and rodent ancestor from Danian age (early Paleocene), ancestral to uintathere or Dilagana, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

anai: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] termite from Philippines, see anay

anasa: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] squash bug

anay: see anai

anbel: ["The Crown of Roewis" by Michael Marcus Thuraer] worm-like symbiot of Gurraks that removes blemishes and plaque, and closes small wounds from Roewis (Grosnor III), Nubecula Major

anchorwhip: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] venomous snake with anchor-like tail; [Star of Astarte by Hans Kneifel] prey of flugskerne from Venus (Sol II)

ancoracephalus: ["anchor-head", The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] lambeosaur with anchor-shaped crest, related to sprintosaurs

andelgalornis: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] large flightless bird from Miocene

andrewsarchus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] largest predatory land mammal, 2-m shoulder height (twice the size of a Kodiak)

ane: [nane elision] anthropoid with large, softly glowing eyes, no nose, small mouth, white skin, flexible (because boneless)

anésgi: [kananésgi mondegreen] spider from Ka, moon of Phyver, Neccoit's system, Galaxiki (NGC 1300b) galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

angbut: [City of the Chasch by Jack Vance] food ichthyoid of the Green Chasch from Nion or Tubgna, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

angghav: [Armenian anggh-hav portmanteau] vulture-chicken, ornithoid from Vahggna, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

angleworm: [Piers Anthony] worm that turns corners angularly not by curving from Xanth

angorat: [angora-rat portmanteau] wooly rodentoid from Woolarra III, Galaxiki galaxy

angurusaur: ["Godzilla Raids Again" aka "Gigantis, the Fire Monster" by Shigeru Kayama] 120-m tall biped with nearly useless forearms, back plates, outward-pointing fangs, small ears, multiple brains, breaths hellfire

anidrac: [cardinal anidrac palindrome] cardinal red creature

anigōli: [Cherokee Tsalagi] perch

anihc: [China pink nip anihc palindrome] reddish pink nip or sor

anilo: [Carolina anilo rac palidrome] Carolina blue variety of rac

animadvert: [Orion’s Arm edition Encyclopedia Galactica] gengineered animal that displays, secretes or excretes advertisements

ankheg: [“The Ecology of the Ankheg” by Mark Feil] 3-m yellowish-brown, six-legged burrowing, acid-spitting arthropod with black compound eyes, mandibles, antennae

ankylosaur: armored dinosaur with short legs, club-like tail and spiked torso from Cretaceous

annava: [savannah annavas portmanteau] ruminant from tropical grasslands

annei: [sienna anneis palindrome] reddish or yellowish brown creature

anoa: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] forest ox

anodon: [atanodon mondegreen] light brown dragonfly-like insectoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

anole/i: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] lizard from America

anooba: hyena-like creature from Tatooine, Jedi galaxy

anouar: ["The Wandering Soul" by Hans Kneifel] nocturnal, pack predator with whitish fur with huge, red eyes, long tail, long claws preying on rodsamon from Haghjameite

anqä: [Al-Mas'udi] aka simurgh, huge human-faced bird

anqutan: [Azerbaijani anqut qutan portmanteau] mallard-pelikan ornithoid

antaconda: [ant-anaconda portmanteau] long, 6-legged dracoid with antennae

ant-bear: [Land of Terror by Edgar Rice Burroughs] six-legged ursinoid as large as an elephant from Azar

ant cow: aka aphid or plant louse

antelopeater: [antelope-eater portmanteau] large carnivore able to suck up antelopes like an anteater does ants, see bokeneter

antennalope: [Nextel, museumofhoaxes.com by Alex Boese] antelope with antennae rather than antlers

antgora: [angora-ant portmanteau] 6-legged insectoid with long, silky hair

anthillbilly: [anthill-hillbilly portmanteau] mountain goat-like insectoid

antholops: [Physiologus] bovine with large saw-like horns

anthracothere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] pig-like artiodactyl from Priabonian age (late Eocene) or pigbeast from Noy, Cihpma system, Galaxiki galaxy

antic: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] 4.6-m sea predator with 2 pairs of steering fins behind head, delta-shaped tail, narrow jaws from Dakka, Neptune system

Antivillian leafhopper: insectoid from Antivill ("Growlers" by Larry England)

antlion: [Piers Anthony] lion-headed ant with stingers from Xanth

ant-lizard: see formisaur

Antosian phoenix: phoenix-like ornithoid from Antos (High Stakes by David Peters)

antukai: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] grizzly-sized otter from Forkend Mt. lakes, Ore.

anura: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] toad

Anymese myna: [mynynym] myna-like ornithoid from Anym, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

ao: [omao mondegreen, soapoas palindrome] greenish or pale lavender thrush-like ornithoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

aoa: [Planar Handbook by Bruce Cordell, etal.] silvery, magic-reflecting spheroid surrounded by “droplets” related to xag-yas and xeg-yis, from Aoa, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

ao ao: [Guarani] voracious, man-eating fanged sheep-like peccary, so called by its cry

aococ: [cocoa brown worb aococ palindrome] cocoa-colored creature, see worb

aocrahc: [charcoal aocrahc palindrome] dark gray creature

aofae: [seafoam aofaes palindrome] silver-gray creature

ao-inu: [Jap. “blue dog”] wing-less ha-inu

aor: [roan aor palindrome] reddish-gray equinoid

aosagíbí: [Mujara 5 by Shigeru Mízuki] glowing blue heron from Japan

(ao)udad: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wild sheep with large horns from Africa, see arui, argali

apapanu: [The Howling Stones by Alan Dean Foster] large rock-like water-spouting creature from Parramat archipelago, Senisran

apatemyid: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] insectivorous mammal with long front teeth, scissor-like premolars and long fingers from Paleocene

ape-bear: 3-f, 70 lb gold to chocolate brown marsupial from Dilrgao ("At the Zoo" by Rick Shelley)

aphelops: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] acerathere with short proboscis and prehensile lip, long legs from Miocene

Aporis spider: ["Phantoms in Terrania" by Ernest Vlcek] arachnoid able to spin 100-m net between trees from Aporis

apot: [topaz apot palindrome] yellow-brown creature

appaken: ["Alarm-alpha" by H. G. Francis] voracious predator of whale-like prey from Ertus (Kreit III)

appalachiosaur: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] tyrannosaurid from island-continent Appalachia

aporad: [Warrior of Llarn by Gardner Fox] large horned felinoid of Llarn or Daropa, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

appamoosa: [appaloosa-moose portmanteau] equinoid with moose-like antlers and spotted rump

aps: [feldspar aps dlef palindrome] tan dlef

apt: [The Warlord of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs] 2-m white pongoid with 2 arms, 4 legs, hippo-like mouth with 2 large slightly curving tusks, large multi-lidded compound eyes from Mars (Sol IV)

aptaleon: see Babylonian calopus

aptera: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wingless creature

apusaur: flying dracoid from Apus

aq: [buraq mondegreen] ruby red pegasus (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

aqen: [Albanian peshkaqen back-formation] land-shark shark ancestor from Neqa, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

aquaeonius: small, extinct sea creature from Manticore (Manticorea V), Galaxiki galaxy

aqua-bat: [Gobber’s Compendium of Common Oceanic Species] long-tailed, pointy-eared, gargoyle-faced wyvern-like dracoid from Ganymede, moon of Jupiter (Sol V)

aquanine: [Terra Monster RPG] dark blue pack-hunting aquatic fox, see niptune and carnivice from Terrarium

aquarin: [Terra Monster RPG] hooved, 3-horned dracoid from Terrarium

aquariusaur: sea-serpent-like dinosaur from Aquarius

aquatasnap: shark-like ichthyoid from Deepsea (Phoenix IV), Galaxiki galaxy

aquavirius maggot: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] hydrokinetic brain-like worm

ar: [Croatian zecar back-formation] beagle-rabbit, lop-eared lapoid ancestral to rabbit and beagle or [renar back-formation] reindeer-fox

âr: [Romanian catâr back-formation] cat-mule ancestral to cat and mule

ara: [Ararat mondegreen] mountain-dwelling rodent

araba: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] howling monkey, see mono

arabe: [Le Mammouth Bleu by Luc Alberny] milk creature from Grande Euscarie

arachnenguine: penguin-like aquatic ornithoid with long, tiger-striped mandible-like beak

arachnoid: spider-like creature

aradik: ["Mysterious Zyrph" by H. G. Francis] poisonous giant, spider-scorpion with orange and black stripes, black horn from Zyrph, Manam Turu galaxy

arahatliq: [Azerbaijani narahatliq elision] crab-like crustacean from Qiltahara, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

ara hoot: [Planiverse by Alexander Dewdney] bidimensional sea animal from Arde, Shems system

Arakamese snake: [“Arakamese Makara”] makara-like amphisbæna from Arakam, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

aramari: ["The Galactic Syndicate" by K. H. Scheer] chlorine-breathing, poisonous snake

arany: [Hungarian aranyhal back-formation] ichthyoid ancestral to fish and goldfish from Atnam, moon of Tamanta, Stamanta system, Galaxiki galaxy

arapai: ["The Santa Claus Planet" by Frank M. Robinson] alleycat-like fur and food animal

arapaima: [River Monsters by Jeremy Wade] 3.3-m, 230-kg fish from Amazon

ara(ra): [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] macaw, parrot from Brazil

Arbocilan snake: [Arbocila calicobra palindrome] calicobra-like amphisbæna from Arbocila

arberiverim: [The World of Synnabarr by Raymond C. S. McCracken] ratking gestalt from Synnabarr, fka Mars (Sol IV)

arboreal elephants: ["Crazy As Can Be"] elephants adapted to living in trees

arbrosaur: [The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] aka tree-lizard, dinosaur adapted to trees [galaxiki.org] from Troctopia, Qujhtba system, Galaxiki galaxy

arcaneo: [Terra Monster RPG] from Terrarium

arcane ooze: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] primordeal ooze

archaeohippus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] leaf-eating horse from Miocene

archæopteryx: [Herman von Meyer] aka reptile-bird, tinshemet, reptilian ornithoid with teeth and wing-claws

archæoraptor: aka dino-bird, missing link between dinosaurs and archæopteryx with bird-like head and dromæosaur body

archæothere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] giant swine from Rupelian age (early Oligocene)

archtocyon: ["bear-dog", After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] bear-sized arctocynoid

archosaur: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] ancestor to both birds and crocodiles

arcker: ["Beasts of Zeut" by William Voltz] 90-cm, deadly beavers with round black head, back pouch, symbiotic with croccisor and spicoulo, rarely violet from Zeut [aka Taimon, Dschadoq]

arctodus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] 3/4-tonne, short-faced, black bear from [The Museum of Hoaxes by Alex Boese] Siberia

arctopithicus: [“bear-ape”, Historie of Foure-Footed Beastes by Edward Topsell] bear-like quadruped with ape-like head

Arcturian ape: ["Dawnstar Rising" by Paul Levitz] pongoid from Arcturus (alpha Boötis) system

ard: [French canard mondegreen, drab ard palindrome] drab duck-like ornithoid from Ca

ardipithecus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] walking ape

Ardyan snake: [Ardy hydra palindrome] 18-headed hydra-like amphisbæna from Ardy’s world

arenahippus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] horse from Danian age (early Eocene)

aresil: [Liseran aresil palindrome] purple creature

Arethian flu virus: ["Eye of the Needle"] virus producing flu-like symptoms from Areth

arg: [gray arg palindrome] pale black creature

argah: [Legacy by Michael Jan Friedman] egg-layer

argali: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wild sheep from Asia, see rasse

argas: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] tick, see acarid

argea: [The Cry of the Onlies by Judy Klass] 6-legged arboreal creature from Boaco VI

argen: [negra argen palindrome] black creature from Spain, see arg

arghool swan: [trumpet swan back-formation] variant of oboe swan with mating call with droning component

argidram: [mardi gras argidram palindrome] purplish creature

arglatch: [narglatch elision] fierce hunter

argle: [nargle elision] packrat-like pest

argmid: [dim gray argmid palindrome] dim gray creature, see arg

argopelter: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] reclusive creature that argopelts (hurls splinters and branches at passerby from tree hollow)

argumzio: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] gryphon

argus: [Piers Anthony] lungfish with boar-like head with tusks and 3 eyes in chevron along torso from Xanth

anhangüera: [O Desafio das Bandeirantes ed. by Carlos Eduardo Klimmick Pereira, Flávio Maurice de Anbrade, Luiz Eduardo Ricon de Freitas] demon-possessed, fire-breathing animals from Brazil

arimäer: [Laire by William Voltz] aka relationship bird, ornithoid from Bostell, moon of Välgerspäre, Torgnish system or Algstogermaht aka Tschuschik

aris: [ookaris mondegreen] blue simian pet (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

arisi: [Turkish yabanarisi back-formation] wasp-like insectoid

ariz: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] butterfly

Arkarian waterfowl: ["Starship Mine" by Morgan Grendel] ornithoid noted for mating habits from Arkar

arkliukas: [Lithuanian juru arkliukas back-formation] sea creature ancestral to juru and seahorse from Socea, moon of Fyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

arlzak: [narlzak elision] large mealworm-like burrower

armadillo bear: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “City of Walls and Secrets”] armored ursoid

armadillo wolf: [Avatar: The Last Airbender] armored wolf-like caninoid

armored mantis: bright green, 2.1-m, 180-kg mantis with metallic blue wings from Synnabarr [Cinnabar], fka Mars (Sol IV) (The World of Synnabarr by Raymond C. S. McCracken)

arn: [barn owl spoonerism] large ruminant dependant on arnbowel symbiot for digestion

arna: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] aka arni, arnee, water buffalo from India

arnee: see arna

arni: see arna

arnokh: [gaarnokh mondegreen] gray-green horned creature (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

arok: long seaworm with fins and gills from Relegooturnia (Phoenix IV), Galaxiki galaxy

aroll: ["Speculation of Death" by H. G. Francis] green-furred, chupacabra-like felinoid with suction-cupped tail from Akkantho

arnu: [sunray arnus palindrome] orange-sunglow creature

aroc: [coral aroc palindrome] coral pink creature, see roc

arrasti: [Basque narrasti elision] reptilian from Itsarra, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

arrau: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] turtle from Amazon

arsinothere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] fka embrithopod, elephant-sized hyrax with two bony nose-horns from Eocene Turkey, Paleocene China

ärter: [Perry Rhodan] 4-legged mount dinosaur from Nagath (Cepor II), Erendyra galaxy

artie: [Perry Rhodan] flocking creature noted for mass shedding at sunset from Arptot, Take Rischen empire, Greulfin galaxy

Artipiccan vulture: [Accipitra artipicca palindrome] vulture-like ornithoid from Artipicca (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

Artiudian snake: [Artiud’s duitra palindrome] duitra-like amphisbæna from Artiud

arui: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wild sheep from N. Africa, see (ao)udad

arwhal: [narwhal mondegreen] spotted, tusked cetacean

Arxisto hawk: ["Wastetime" by H. G. Francis] 2-m hawk-like ornithoid flightless hunted for neck scent gland from Arxisto (Arx II), Hercules cluster (M13)

arzazl: ["The Arena Fighters" by H. G. Wers] 20-cm penguin-like after metamorphosis with shiny, snow-white hair with black back stripe, short legs, yellow webbed feet, blue scaley five-fingered hands, before hand-sized tadpole-like from Chiume

as: [argas mondegreen] grey tick (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

asakku: [Assyrian] animal-headed anthropoid from Ukkasa, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

asaur: [genasaur back-formation] goose-reptilian griffinoid

ascarid: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] pinworm

ascon: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] young sponge

asgurd: [Perry Rhodan] predatory mount from Weir Misty, Häturinssan (Zaytgraver VI), Sombrero galaxy

ashi-magari: [“leg-turner”] soft, cottony dust-bunny-like nocturnal tripper

ashtah: [nashtah elision] 6-legged, bloodthirsty, green, sleek-sinned sauroid with triple row of teeth, diamond-hard claws, long barbed tail

ashwinder: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] thin, gray salamander-like snake with red eyes

asi: [Turkish denizanasi back-formation] jellyfish-like sea creature from Deniza or [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] mollusk from Samoa

asiatosuchus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] 4-m crocodilian from Paleocene

askhan: [Prophet of the Stars by Hans Kneifel] mount from Anubis

asno: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] ass from Spain

aspara: [Islandia] scarlet-beaked white seagull with brown back, swift and agile as swallow from Doring marshes

aspis: small, very musical dragon

aspis drone: [“The Ecology of the Aspis Drone” by Jonathan M. Richards] off-white insectoid with chitinous shell, 6 clawed legs, 2 multifaceted eyes, short blunt antennae and long proboscis

assassin bug: [Piers Anthony] insect which kills other insects on contact from Xanth

assp: [ass-asp portmanteau] venomous equinoid with large ears, serpentine neck and head

Astran dragon: [The Stars Are Ours by Andre Norton] winged yellow-green 2.5-m snake from Astra (Deutero-Sol II), with small flat head on a long neck, protruding belly, 25-centimeter claws, large webbed feet

astrapothere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] mastodon-like creature with trunk and enlarged tusks

astro-viper: serpentine with venom which causes Nagoid limb atrophy

asvinni: [Belarussian svinnia back-formation] porpoise-pig amphibian ancestral to pig and porpoise

asyendietha: [gaasyendietha mondegreen] gray-green dracoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

asyyyriak: avian-eater with long brown and green hair, six legs with talons, long neck, hiberate in hollow trees, from Kashyyyk, Jedi galaxy

at: [tan at palindrome] light brown creature

atamzzar: [Crayola razzmatazz atamzzar palindrome] crimson-rose creature

atanodon: [Atanodon odonata palindrome] toothed dragonfly-like insectoid

omy: [atomy mondegreen] light brown mite (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

atazi: [Azerbaijani at-tazi portmanteau] horse-greyhound, large greyhound-like caninoid steed from Izata, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

ateles: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] spider monkey, see quata, coaita

ateng: [Indonesian/Malay banateng back-formation] bison-like beast, related to teng, from Ba

athach: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, Jonathan Tweet and Monte Cook] 3-armed, sickly-green giganthropoid with soft brown fur, pear-shaped face and black teeth

athair: [Irish nathair elision] green serpentoid from Snowi, Nejstea system, Galaxiki galaxy

athol: [“Ah-OOooool!”, The Mysterious World] giant fish-eating chiropteran with flat, monkey-like face, small body and 3.6-m wingspan and haunting howl and aversion to people

atman: [Azerbaijani back-formation] horse-man, not centaur but sea creature ancestral to manta-horse and horse from Snamta, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

Atnamese manta: [mynynym] ray-like sea creature from Atnam, moon of Tamanta, Stamanta system, Galaxiki galaxy

atne: [magenta atne gam palindrome] purplish red gam, see elet

atomy: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] mite, see acari(d), acarus

atrociraptor: ["cruel thief", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 80-cm dromaeosaur with short snout with backward-angled teeth

atsa!di: [Cherokee Tsalagi] fish

atsikap: [Palistan atsikap palindrome] dark green creature

atsisdetsi: [kanatsisdatsi mondegreen] wasp-like insectoid from Ka (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

atspop: [popstar atspop palindrome] red-violet creature

atsv'ya: [Cherokee Tsalagi] rooster

attergal: [Danish nattergal elision] nightingale-like ornithoid

attocarret: [terra cotta attocarret palindrome] brownish pink creature

Aubrey's dog: [Aubrey of Montdidier's dog, Dragon] dracoid from Aubrey's world

auga: [nauga elision] animal noted for its durable hide

augrey: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] aka Irish phoenix, small, greenish-black vulture-like bird from Ireland

aukoala: [auk-koala portmanteau] amphibian with razor-bill, short wings, webbed feet, large ears, sharp claws, pouch

aura: [Worlds Apart: Nat. Hist. of Furaha and Earth by Souren Nyoroge] honey producing insectoid from Lake l'Ambique, Furaha (alpha Phoenicis IV) or [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] turkey buzzard or vulture, see urubu, condor

aura moose: ["The Deadly Test" by Hans Kneifel] huge quadruped from Pthor (aka Pthor)

auroch: ancient ox, [Unexplained! by Jerome Clark] see rimi

aurok: [naurok elision] desert ornithoid

aus: [walaus mondegreen] green aquatic insect (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

aushfa: [Ili-Golik] creature from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

aut: [Icelandic naut elision] bovoid from Sulitua

autilus: [nautilus elision, “Sulituan Autilus”] sea aut, chamber-shelled cephalopodan mollusc from Sulitua

aux: [Perry Rhodan] acid-spraying, lizard-like predator from Curayo, Minzant system, Puydor galaxy

av: [Tev’Meckian] bee-like insectoid from Tev’Meck, MakTar system

ava: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] hummingbird, see topaz, colibri

avalancher: [Monster Manual III] large, rock-like hexapod with one glowing orange eyestalk, toothed mouth

avant-guard dog: [avant garde dog mondegreen] guard dog that attacks before other guard dogs

aven: [unkindness of ravens spoonerism, “Runkindness of Avens”] flightless raven-like ornithoid from Neva, Galaxiki galaxy

avespa: [Galician ave-vespa portmanteau] bird-wasp

avolakia: [Age of Worms Overlord by Erik Mona] ghoulish wormspawn from Greyhawk

avar: [Turkish canavar back-formation] monstrous ar (beagle-rabbit) from Ca

avi: [OviPets] egg-laying ornithoid, see struthio

avimimus: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 1.5-m oviraptorosaur with partially fused arm bones, long legs

avocet: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] aka avoset, wading bird, see ibis, rail, crane, egret, heron, stilt, jacana, flamingo

avod: [cordovan avod roc palindrome] cordovan reddish brown roc

avoset: see avocet

avray: [Brightness Falls from the Air by James Tiptree, Jr., Daneii “horror”, “doom”] plum-colored decapodal arachnoid from Damiem, Yrrei system

aw: ["Tabu Sector Leron" by Arndt Ellmer] beast from Leron, Gulbert Leron system

awa: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] milkfish, see sabalo

awiyusti: [Cherokee Tsalagi] antelope

Awkunese snake: [Awkunese nu-kwa palindrome] nu-kwa-like amphisbæna from Awkun, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

awoo: ["Prince of Peril" by Otis Adelbert Kline] large, scaly, gray wolf-like creature with spiny ruff from Zarovia (Venus (Sol II))

axilim: ["The Iron Finger of God" by Gisbert Haefs] cattle from Dyon's world (Dyon I)

aya: [The Queen of Zamba, etc. by L. Sprague de Camp] equinoid steed from Krishna, tau Ceti system

ayc: [cyan ayc palindrome] cyan blue creature

aye-aye: bushy-tailed monkey with chopstick-like central fingers from Madagascar

ayff: ["Spiders in the Desert" by Ernst Vlcek] giant ornithoid of prey

ayklisty: ["Mysterious Zyrph" by H. G. Francis] giant sauroid from Zyrph

ayu: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sweetfish

ayuk: [King David’s Spaceship by Jerry Pourelle] moose-like creature with prehensile tail and semi-prehensile claws from Makassar or Kuya, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

Azarian ant-bear: [Land of Terror by Edgar Rice Burroughs] creature as large as an elephant from Azar

azdyryth: [Pellucidar series by Edgar Rice Burroughs] small whale-like creature with gator-like head from Htyrydza, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

azi: [atazi mondegreen] light brown horse-greyhound steed (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

azzi: [“azzi pizza” Koobkooc’s Cookbook] food porcoid which also and milk and cheese, related to egasua

azzip: [pizzazz azzip palindrome] magenta-like creature

azzit: [stizza azzits palindrome] reddish brown creature

b: [Piers Anthony] insect of any of many subspecies -- bumble b, quilting b, sewing b -- from hives that b-devil, b-foul, b-lieve, b-seige, and b-wilder -- from Xanth, [banana b palindrome] banana yellow b

ba: [Basque ganba back-formation] prawn-like sea creature from Ga

ba'albeast: ["Passages" by Joe Haldeman] noted for chittering mating challenge from Selva, Confederation space

baaboon: cross between a sheep and a baboon (Rainbeau's Riddle and Rhymes)

Baakinese eagle: ["Hejji" by Dr. Seuss] eagle from Baako, only creature to travel over mountains surrounding Baako valley

bab: ancestor of floob-boober-bab-boober-bub, [baby bab palindrome] baby blue creature

babel fish: [Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Doug Adams] telepathic mimic ichthyoid able to translate thoughts when stuck in ear

babewyn: [The Adventuress of Henrietta Street by Lawrence Miles] savage, demonic pongoid, hunted on St. Belique, Caribbean Sea

babookaris: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] grassland-dwelling simian descended from red-faced, non-prehensile-tailed uakari

badgermole: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Cave of Two Lovers”] brown badger-like burrower with one white and two black stripes, facemask and mole-like shovel-claws

badzi: [Armenian bad-dzi portmanteau] duck-horse pegasoid from Peggassa, Hippocrenea system, Galaxiki galaxy

bagelope: [“The Ecology of the Bagelope” by Kel’anth] wheel-like creature eaten as “bagel” when beheaded

bag monkey: ["The Time Command" by Clark Darlton] deformed simian from Scimore

bagorah: [Ghostbusted] bat-like monster from Korghan

bagpiper: [trumpet swan back-formation] swan-like ornithoid with bagpipe-like call

bail: [bevy of quails spoonerism, “A Quevy of Bails”] straw-colored cuboid

bai ze: [Monsters almanac, "white marsh"] shaggy quadruped from China

baja: ["The March Through the Underworld" by Ernst Vlcek] pongoid from Cronot, Heith system

bajda: [Maltese pernici bajda back-formation] ptarmigan-partridge ornithoid ancestral to partridge and ptarmigan

bakabayo: [Filipino baka-kabayo portmanteau] cow-horse, milk equinoid

bakamaru: [“Seed of Reason” by Daniel Hatch] green, arboreal felinoid from Cham

bakter: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] bacterium

baktermit: [Albanian bakter-termit back-formation] bacterium-termite symbiot

baku: [Sankai Ibutsu] yellow and black tapir-like creature with elephant’s trunk, rhino’s eyes, ox’s tail, tiger’s paws that eats bad dreams from Japan

balæna: island-sized fish with sabre-like dorsal fin

balarāma: [Mahabharata] monstrous snake

balaseli: [“Passage” by Joe Haldeman] flying creature both like manta and bat with 3.6-m wingspan, 12 legs, glossy black back, white underside with hook-like cilia able to skin victim before eating alive, noted in rite of passage to adulthood from Obelobel

balat srar: [Planiverse by Alexander Dewdney] bidimesional sea animal from Arde, Shems system

balaur: dracoid with 3 or more serpentine heads, fins from Romania

baligi: [Turkish yilanbaligi back-formation] eel-snake, amphibious serpentoid from Yila peninsula, Snowi, Nejstea system, Galaxiki galaxy

bald iggle: ["L'il Abner" by Al Capp] cute little wide-eyed, guileless creature hunted to extinction because it induces truthfulness

baldlab: [portmanteau back-formation] hairless Labrador-like caninoid

bald mammoth: [Godville] elephant-like mammoth without hair

baldnander: [Here Be Monsters almanac] shapeshifter, creature that balnands

ball creature: [Han Solo at Star's End by Brian Daley] docile, nocturnal spheroidal herbivore from Duroon, Jedi galaxy, that moves by bouncing

balloon animal: ["Beast of the Underworld" by Kurt Mahr] large spheroid with feeding tentacles from Afrot (Frua III)

balloon beast: ["Superman under the Red Sun"] light blue with 2 lidless eyes and 2 short antennae, inflate with hydrogen when frightened

balloonie: [Superman mythos] batrachian able to blow up into a lighter-than-air spheroid from Krypton, Rao system

balloon mouse: ["A Dark and Stormy Night" by Larry Blamire] tiny dustmite-like creature

balu: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wildcat, lynx from Sumatra

baluchithere: largest land mammal, 5.5-meters at shoulder, long-legged rhinoid with longish neck and no nose horn, renamed paracerathere

bambiraptor: [A Field Guide to Dinosaurs by Henry Gee and Luis V. Rey, Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 70-cm bird-like dromaeosaur with relatively large brain

bamoda: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] 2.5-m green-gray sea predator, similar to docile guchod, from Dakka, Neptune system

Bampire vat: large bloodthirsty pitcherplant-like creature from Bampire Empire

bamsun: ["The Third Law" by Cathrin Hartmann] animal from Intrawelt, Dwingeloo galaxy

bananivore: [Terra Monsters RPG] bipedal, green carnivore with bushy tail, collar from Terrarium

bananteater: [Terra Monster RPG] bushy-tailed ardvark-like nector-sucker, see bananivore, from Terrarium

bandara: [Creatures of the Galaxy by Phil Brucato, Bill Smith, Rick D. Stuart, Chuck Truett] sand-dwelling beetle-like insectoid with loud mating call from Devaron, Jedi galaxy

bandersnatch: [Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There by Lewis Carroll] creature with extensible neck and frumious; [“Dear Mom” by Stephen C. Fisher] larger-than-man-sized woodwose (blue-black lagardbird) from La Paz

bandicoot: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] rat from Ceylon or India

banditry: ["The Great Silence" by Marianne Sydow] symbiotic nyzel, farrn and drohs

Banerian hawk: ["If Wishes Were Horses" by Nell McCue and William L. Crawford] hawk-like ornithoid from Baneria

banteng: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wild ox from Malaysia

banth: [Edgar Rice Burroughs] dog-like decapodal predator, 3.5-meters long, yellow-skinned, hairless except for great bristly mane, several rows of needle-like fangs, enormous green eyes and powerful tail from Mars (Sol IV)

bantha: ["Star Wars IV: A New Hope" by George Lucas, Tatooine Manhunt by Bill Slavicsek and Daniel Greenberg] large quadruped with long thick fur, (males) with long spiral horns, believed by Dim-U priests to hold key to a new golden age from Jedi galaxy

baracoo: [baracuta-caraboo portmanteau] amphibious antlered ruminant

baragon: 45-m saurian with body back shell, large ears, curved forehead horn, ability to spit lightning bolts and leap great distances

barb: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] horse from Barbary or pigeon, see nun, barb, dove, pouter, roller

bara-gnu: ["The Robot Rebels" by Ernst Vlcek] long-horned gnu breed on Betabara II

barbourofelis: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] sabre-toothed nimravid-cat from Miocene

barbu: [“prickle-face”, L’Isle inconnoe by Guillaume Grivel] creature larger than dog from coastal woods of Unknown Island, Indian Ocean

bardaj: [Perry Rhodan] 6-legged predator from Nubecula Major

bardelot: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] sabre-toothed predatory rat

bardicant: [Araminta Station by Jack Vance] large and voracious but lithe, slate-gray omnivore from Deucas with skewer-like tail

bardok: [Yesterday’s Son by A. C. Crispin] white-furred creature from Sarpeidon, beta Niobe

Barey slime worm: ["Exodus of Hearts" by Uwe Anton] dangerous slime worm from Barey IV

bargans: [Afrikaans barg-gans portmanteau] hogoose griffinoid from Stiria, Airit system, Galaxiki galaxy

bargump: [Ghost-Walker by Barbara Hambly] dominant creature from Midgwis (Elcidar Beta III)

baricou: [caribou spoonerism] polar ruminant

bar juchne: [“Xoology” by Kittenbaker] huge bird with 24-m egg from Szurane

barking toad: [Warhammer 40,000] exploding toad-like batrachian from Catachan

barkslug: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] larval barkworm

barkworm: [Midnight Over Santaphrax by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] wild bookworm-like worm

barnacle-goose: [Herbal by John Gerarda] goose-like ornithoid said to begin life in barnacle-like shell on seaside tree

barnetta: [Monster Galaxy] insectoid moga with beehive hairdo

Barnard cat: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] tail-less Haullshay cats adapted to Cathole (Barnard IV) with larger ribcage and eyes from Barnard's Star system

Barniter monkey: [The Monster of Quinto Center" by H. G. Francis] piebald simian

bardicant: large, voracious omnivore with skewer-like tail, lithe gray body from Deucas (Araminta Starion, City of Chasch by Jack Vance)

barracus: ["Humanity in the Twilight" by H. K. Scheer] 35-cm, blue-black ornithoid with 22-cm tail, metallic red underbelly, ochre yellow wings

barrel fish: [Godville] fish adapted to barrels, usually dockside

barr fly: ["Three Times Eternal Life" by Michael Nagula] insectoid

barri: [Creatures of the Galaxy by Phil Brucato, Bill Smith, Rick D. Stuart, Chuck Truett] spacefaring rock-eaters from Jedi galaxy

barylambda: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] sheep-sized mammal from late Paleocene

Barylan monkey: ["barrel of monkeys" mondegreen] simian from Baryla

barythere: ["heavy beast", After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] primitive mastodont with short tusks and no trunk from Priabonian (late Eocene) or Noy, Cihpma system, Galaxiki galaxy

basan: hellfire-breathing devil chicken from Iyo province, Japan

baseball bat: [Piers Anthony] long, thin leathery winged mammal from Xanth

bashaw: 3-tailed creature

basilosaur: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] large sea serpent-like whale, which may have freshwater "lake snake" varieties, [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] related to gaviocetus and dorudon

basilisk: dangerous creature with cock's body, iron claws and beak, triple snake's tail, whose stare is fatal enough to kill it by its own reflection

bask: [Piers Anthony] generic term for basilisk, cockatrice, henatrice, chickatrice, Land of Basks, Xanth

bassoon swan: [trumpet swan back-formation] swan-like ornithoid with bassoon-like call, see contrabassooner

Bast eel: [Bastille mondegreen] eel-like ichthyoid that captures by swarming before beheading from Bast archipelago pegasoid from Peggassa, Hippocrenea system, Galaxiki galaxy

basto: [Carson Napier series by Edgar Rice Burroughs] large, wild blue boar-like creature from Napier's planet with powerful tusks, elephantine-like hide

bat-echidna: ["A Fact Sheet for the Marco Polo" and "The City and the Spaceship" by Hans Kneifel] bat-like echnida with red-black wings, long claws, fanged snout from Leffa, Mayselan system, Sombrero galaxy

bat-fish: [“Equinox” by Rick Berman, Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky] neucleogenic lifeform considered benevolent by Yankuri

bathybius: [Thomas Huxley] gelatinous deep-sea organism

batonoid: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] smallest known mammal, insectivore from Cenozoic

bat-snake: ["Hunters of the Sky Cave"] 1-m dracoid from Ardazir, Hatch nebula

batsquatch: [bat-winged sasquatch, Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 1.8-m simian-faced, dark purplish nape with bat-like wings from Mt. St. Helens/Mt. Rainier region

battering ram: [Piers Anthony] small, curly-horned, wooly sheep-like ruminant, related to hydraulic ram, from Xanth

bavarisaur: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] prey of compsognathus

bay: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] red horse, see roan

baya: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] weaverbird, see maya, taha

baykok: [Here Be Monsters almanac] liver-eating skeletal carnivore with glowing eyes

Bayov pig: [Bay of Pigs mondegreen] demonic porcoid from Bayov's world

baz: [Polish bazant back-formation] feathered insectoid

baž: [Slovak bažant back-formation] feathered insectoid

bazor: ["Bad Eggs"] parasite that hatches from egg as green and tentacles, becoming slimy and scorpion-like

be: [Navaho] deer

bea: honey-collector from Habitat (Iestonian Spiral IV), Galaxiki galaxy

beach bear: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] see kolponomos

bearcat: creature with both bear and cat characteristics from Stutz system; large, bugeyed variety with double row of fangs from Fenris (zeta Lupi III)

beardog: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] aka amphicyon from Eocene or Noy, Cihpma system, Galaxiki galaxy

bear-dog: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] see waheela, amarok from N. Pacific coast, arctocyon

beardale: [bear-airedale portmanteau] ursinoid with wiry tan hair with black markings from Skjoob, Bjosko system, Galaxiki galaxy

Bear Lake monster: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] brown lake snake with ears, short flipper-like legs from Bear Lake, UT

beasle: [boogle of weasles spoonerism, “A Woogle of Beasles”] burrowing wooglebug-like insectoid

Beauty butterfly: [Conscience Interplanetary by Joseph Green] 40-kg parent-eating lepidopteran with gold-furry face

beavermine: [beaver-ermine portmanteau] burrowing rodentoid with short legs and flat, broad tail

bedbug: [Piers Anthony] insect shaped like bed -- or with nests shaped like one -- from Xanth

bedsnake: [“Robot Hugs”] snake that preys on sleepers

beebra: [bee-zebra portmanteau] black-and-white striped bee-like insectoid from Ahla, Ojikh system, Galaxiki galaxy

beefee: [Monster Galaxy] bovinoid from Taurus constellation

bee hamster: ["Red Sun over Ruby" by Detlev G. Winter] palm-sized hamster-like rodent with brownish-green fur, ranging sensors and transparent gossamer wings from Ruby (Omega II)

beer belly: [Reebok] meter-diameter spheroid with belly button

beerdvark: [Afrikaans portmanteau] boar-aardvark, tusked insectivore

beez: honey-making gestalt from Gizmonian Steepes (Edonian cluster II), Galaxiki galaxy

bega: ["Persecuted and Outlaws" by Falk-Inglo Klee] shy, mountain goat-like ruminant from Aklund (Suuma II), Manam Turu galaxy

behe: [behemoth mondegreen] giant moth-like insectoid

behemoth: [Job 40:15-24] aka diplodocus, large swamp-dwelling ruminant with log-like tail [“The Movements of Her Eyes” by Scott Westerfeld], aquatic creature that leaves photo-active algae ballast behind from outside Local Cluster, 30-m, tusked race animal like 3 elephants piled up with about as many legs, that eat volmer sprouts, lives to 85 yrs. from Dimian, Rigel system ("Longshot" by Jack C. Haldeman) or [New History of Ethiopia by Hiob Ludolf] carnivorous hippoid

behir: [“The Ecology of the Behir” by Eric Cagle] blue, 12-m dracoid with 12 short legs, backspines, 2 headspines or smaller behir without lightning-breath from Halruaa

beholder: [The Infinite War] with conical body, one huge eye and 5 claws from Adum

Behrman's worm: ["The Treasure Divers" by Uwe Anton] delicacy on Pregaend

beipiaosaur: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] therizinosaur with hair-like forelimb and hip feathers from China

bekkar: ["The Heir Apparent" by H. G. Francis, rodentoid from Mehan'Ranton (Arkon II) noted for carrying rabies-like disease, calming purr and danger sense

beldon: aerial creatures up to 10 km diameter from Bespin, Jedi galaxy

belemnite: cephalopod with large bullet-shaped shells from Cretaceous

Beletor parasite: [Buzz Lightyear: "Enemy without a Face" by Elizabeth Stonecipher] neck leech that induces aggression, stunned by cold

belgremer: [Laboris "hidden nest", "Fighter for Garbesh" by H. G. Ewers] nocturnal predator with scorpion-like stinger from Arpa Chai, Wahiet medionalis system

Belli's giant snake: ["Base Thunder God" by H. G. Francis] 30-m long serpentoid

bellock: [Perry Rhodan] Celanese hunting animal

Bell spider: [David Bell] space-faring arachnoid capable of c/5

Bell wasp: [David Bell] space-faring insectoid capable of c/3

bellybreeder: ["The Island of the Lucky Ones" byHans Kneifel] pterosauroid from Vetrahorn

beluga: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] white whale, see cet(e), orc, ork, grampus

Belzoidian flea: ["Deja Q" by Richard Danus] flea-like insectoid from Belzoid

bender: [Peter MavInnis] tough-to-kill 1.5-m ichthyoid with many teeth, spines from Ugly Islands

benu: sacred eagle-like purple heron, see fêng-huang, phoenix from Egypt

beo: [Vietnamese con beo back-formation] creature ancestral to con and panther from Di Sa

ber: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük "bear"] ferocious, polar mammal from Habitat (Iestonian Spiral IV), Galaxiki galaxy

bereglo: [Languages of Pao by Jack Vance] gnawer from Pao

Berengarian dragon: ["This Side of Paradise" by D. C. Fontana] yellow-orange, crested, winged herbivorous 19-m long dracoid with long tail, 700-year lifespan from Berengaria VI

bergriolet: ["Planet of the Zombies" by Dirk Hess] from Aramacs' world

bergruutf: 7-m tall herbivore with armored frill from Teloc Ol-son, jedi galaxy

berol: ["The Stolen Space Fleet" by Clark Darlton] sparrow-sized flying, beetle-like insectoid from Drorah (Akon V)

besie: [Afrikaans skilpadbesie back-formation] ladybug-tortoise triphibian ancestral to tortoise and ladybug from Wintria, Pfetea system, Galaxiki galaxy

berkomnair: ["Imperator of Arkon" by Rainier Castor] 3-m elephantine from Iprasa (Arkon VI)

bes sallur: [Planiverse by Alexander Dewdney) bidimensional air animal from Arde, Shems system

bessie: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 12-m lake snake from South Bay, Lake Erie or igopogoid from Beaverton, Ont.

bètan: [Haitian bèt-tan portmanteau] beast-horsefly, especially beastly horsefly-like insectoid

Betelguezean fungus: [“Swarm” by Bruce Sterling] anaerobic fungus edible by both Swarm and Humans from Betelgeuse (alpha Orionis) system

bexen: [Stranger from the Stars by Nancy Etchemendy] grass-dweller from Seldor, theta Scorpii

bezant panther: monstrous felinoid with gold spots with flaming mouth and ears from heraldry

bgregg: ["Leticron of the Superheavy" by William Voltz] animal sometimes fought the death for sport

bharal: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wild mountain sheep from Tibet, see sha, sna, rasse, urial, nahoor, oorial

bhāranka: [Hindi] 2-headed bird

bi: [“Confluence” by Brian Aldiss] N. Myrin cockerel whose crowing lasts over 20 yrs.

bianca: [Italian pernice bianca back-formation] ptarmigan-partridge ornithoid ancestral to partridge and ptarmigan

bibbling: [Bibblings by Barbara Paul] ornithoid necessary for the continued sanity of unmarried, fertile natives from Lodon-Kamaria

bicephalus: ["The Trap" by Finn Donovan] 2-headed snake from Asidia's world

bicorn: man-eater with 2 horns, see man-eating cow

bident: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] 2-year-old sheep, see teg(g)

bieu: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] bee

bigbi: ["Turning Point" by Josepha Sherman] long-legged, swamp-dwelling ornithoid from Thallon, Thallonian empire

big bird: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] dark ornithoid with 4.5-m wingspan, long tail, thin beak from S. Texas, and [Unexplained! by Jerome Clark] gorilla-like face, 3-toed feet

bigfoot: see sasquatch

biglemin: [Haitian bigl-lemin portmanteau] beagle-lemming, large lemming-like creature with long ears

big mast: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] aka fourth mast, 8-m predator from Emeris, Sheel-Sen system

big pest bacterium: [The Tick: “Man-eating Cow”] bacterium causing gigantism in nematoid, stinking smut, and boll weevil

bikit: [Bulgarian/Croatian bik-kit portmanteau] bull-whale, horned, hoofed land cetacean

bikos: [Bulgarian bik-kos portmanteau] bull-blackbird, horned, hoofed, black pegasoid from Peggassa, Hippocrenea system, Galaxiki galaxy

bildad: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] freshwater creature with kangaroo-like legs, webbed feet, hawk-like beak, beaver tail

Bilindian flu virus: [Window on a Lost World by V. E. Mitchell] virus that caused Bilindian influenza

billywig: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] 2.5-cm insect with sapphire-blue head-propeller wings, long thin stinger whose toxin induces levitation and giddiness from Australia

bimbaccere: ["The Judgment of the Dragon Tree" by Marc C. Herren and Dennis Mathiak]giant, nocturnal lizard or "dragon" of Esero [El Hiero, Canary] island

bimm: 1-m, 40-km flat sheet, warm-blooded with eye ring on stalk head from Tolimon, Revnur's system

bingledip: [Winx Club] steed from Red Fountain stables

binjinphant: [“Droids” series] tesselated arboreal ferret-like macropoid from Tazzum-an, Jedi galaxy

bio: ["Transactions with Arkon-steel" by Kurt Brand] bred art of Ara, from Gom, Gonom system

bioparasite: [Secret Satellite Troy by K. H. Scheer] spacefaring amorphic parasite of Moby from Andro-Beta nebula

bio-sloog: slug from Lestonian Lushland (Edonian cluster V), Galaxiki galaxy, see gio-sloog

bird snake: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] whistling snake predator from Pacaus Islands

biri: [Basque birigarro back-formation] thrush-like ornithoid ancestral to garro and thrush

bishtar: [The Queen of Zamba, etc. by L. Sprague de Camp] elephantine cart-puller from Krishna, tau Ceti system

bi-sodih: [Navaho] pig

bit: [The Legend of Zelda: “The Adventure of Link”] red, gelatinous creature unable to jump, enemy of bots from Hyrule

bitingale: ["L'il Abner" by Al Capp] devil-bird whose bite burns for 24 years

bix: [Jerome Bixby mondegreen] bee-like insectoid from Jerome

biyelk: [Helliconia trilogy by Brian Aldiss, see yelk] from Helliconia, Batalix-Freyr system

black caiman: [River Monsters by Jeremy Wade] 6-m broad-bellied crocodilian from Amazon

blackfish: [Syzygy by Michael G. Coney] shark-like Arcadian predator, periodically telepathically controlled by breeding plankton

blackengale: [whitengale back-formation] dwelling ornithoid which blackens cliffs with droppings

black hunter: [white hunter back-formation] large, black, herding shark-like ichthyoid pegasoid from Peggassa, Hippocrenea system, Galaxiki galaxy

black mercy: [“For the Man Who Has Everything” by Alan Moore] parasitic fungus feeding on bio-auro generated by heart’s desire

black pudding: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] 4.5-meter, 60-cm tall bubbling black pudding-thick ooze, elder variety up to 60 meters

Black River monster: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 6-meter, dark plesiosauroid with bulging eyes from Black River, NY

black thing: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] aka Mulberry black thing, black bear or panther-like man-eater or black serpent guide from Cumberland river valley, Kentucky

blade plage: [Resident Evil 4] plage with many tentacles, one bladed

blägböd: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] blackbird

blanca: [Catalan perdiu blanca back-formation] ptarmigan-partridge ornithoid ancestral to partridge and ptarmigan

blase tree goat: ["Ewoks" series] arboreal goat-like creature that hangs lethargically like sloth, from Endor's moon, Jedi galaxy

blastomeryx: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] musk deer-like with large canines in males

blau: [Catalan ocell blau back-formation] symbiot that causes bluing

bleachsucker: ["Finale for Snowman" by Hernamm Ritter] venomous centipede-like insectoid that stores prey in caves

bleater: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] snipe from Europe

bleeb: [Cloudstone] orange variety of bloob

bleederfly: [Piers Anthony] blood-letting insect from Land of Flies, Xanth

bleenbird: blue bird that turns into green bird, not to be confused with bluebird, greenbird or gruebird

blend butterfly: [Death in the Turquoise Sea" by Andreas Findig] from Auroch-Maxo-55, Segafredo galaxy

blender: ["The Galactic Physicians" by Susan Schwartz] hare-like creature from Ariga, Wartok system

bler: [shambler back-formation] shambler-mimicking creature from Sdrea, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

bliger: see blue tiger

blind crab: [Death in the Turquoise Sea" by Andreas Findig] from Auroch-Maxo-55, Segafredo galaxy

blindoe: [“Back Window“ spoonerism] deadly deer-like arachnoid from Wack

blind man: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] predator up to 4 meters with 10 to 16 cane-like legs to 18 meters, rear mouth, shredding claws from Scanodon

blister beetle: [Piers Anthony] insect whose sting raises painful blisters from Xanth

bliraffe: [portmanteau] see blue giraffe

blird: [blackbird spoonerism] parasitic ornithoid in backblird, booblird, neckblird, armblird, legblird varieties

blistmok: dark red or teal sauroid from Mustafar, Jedi galaxy

blix: [Monster Galaxy] yellow and blue, pointy-eared felinoid moga with z-shaped tail that collects lightning charge, but drools from Gemini constellation

blob: ["The Blob" by Theodore Simonson and Kate Phillips] amorph that grows to 15 meters or more in diameter by absorbing flesh on contact, nearly impossible to kill

blok: [Code Lyoko] cubical burrowing hexapod with 4 eyes (brain-eye, red laser-eye, light blue freeze-eye, orange fire-eye), swiveling neck gengineered by Xana

bloodbeetle: [Power Lord series] 3-m bloodhound-like beetle-like insectoid from Toran

bloodfish: pirhana-like ichthoid from Ekton

bloodhornet: ["The Headhunters" by Klaus Fischer] 25-cm, green-and-white hornet-like insect with steel-hard exoskeleton, large compound eyes, long antenna from Zamucc's world (Tziroom VI), blue sun system

blood maggot: [Sandworld by Richard A. Lupoff] food animal from Tyahn, Ptayeem system

blood-sucker: ["Exploration Team" by Murray Leinster] pale, vampiric flying, hairless monkey that feeds after sucking from Loren II

blood-wasp: [Warhammer 40,000] jungle omnivorous wasp-like insectoid

bloodworm: [The Worlds of the Federation by Shane Johnson] 2.4 to 5-cm translucent invertebrate from Arodi (Regulus A II and V) with 4 bloodsucking tentacles

bloop: [Cloudstone] gelintinous blob usually with large, round eyes in many varieties, see bleep

bloos: ["Departure of the Classic Car" by William Voltz] giant, acid-spitting spider from Horror (Dri'ir Trio I)

blope: ["Ewoks" series] hippo-like swamp-dweller, Endor's moon, Jedi galaxy

blophor: ["Before the Final Battle" by Michael Marcus Thurner] small, heat-loving ichthyoid with long beards, that live in flocks, and secretes a Cypron euphoric from Tarquina, Tare Sharm galaxy

blowie: blowfly

blowped: [“Minya’s Astral Angels” by Jennifer Pelland] from waterworld Emerald

bludgersite: parasitic scavenger

blue: cat with short "blue" (gray) hair, wedge-shaped head

blue ant: [Continuum RPG] 5-cm ant-like insectoid from Lemur (aka Korina)

bluebeak: ["The Soulless" by Kurt Mahr] from Roulawan (Argnos V)

bluebear: ["Star Colony Troy" by Kurt Mahr, "The Secret of Gostack" by Kurt Mahr] blue, ursinoid food animal from Troy, Helena system or Gostack, Kellehrt system

blue bottle fly: [Piers Anthony] insect with blue bottle-shaped body from Xanth

blue bull: see nilgai

blue giraffe: ["The Blue Giraffe" by L. Sprague de Camp] aka bliraffe, Hickey's mutant giraffe

blue jellyfish: ["Spaceship of the Dead" by H. G. Ewers] from Olguchait

blue ox: [Paul Bunyan] rare blue-colored ox, related to nilgai

blue salmon: blue, salmon-like ichthyoid hunted for skin from Refuge (Ubigeir VI)

blue-skind grind: ["The Invisible Web" by H. G. Ewers] jungle-dwelling herd carnivore from Kasuir

blue-slug: ["Splinters of Glass" by Mary Rosenblum] thick, glutinous sulfurous water-dweller that continues to squirm and crawl if cut from Europa (Jupiter (Sol V) 2)

blue tiger: aka bliger, blue tiger-like felinoid with black stripes on Orlon planetoid ("Transplanetary: Gems of Orlon" by Cleo Kraft)

blunicorn: [blessing of unicorns spoonerism, “An Essing of Blunicorns”] blue unicorn with S-shaped horn

blurnip: large ruminant noted for strong digestive saliva, hence you can’t get cud from it

blurrg: saurian steed from Ryloth, Jedi galaxy

blychost: [Perry Rhodan] diurnal animal from Fossil, Mary system

blyfish: see chelobis

bmola: see pamola

bo: [bubo mondegreen] lavender eagle-owl (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

boa constructor: [boa constrictor pun] bower-bird-like snake that builds elaborate mudnests

boar: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wild pig

boarca: [boar-orca portmanteau] killer amphibian with short legs, bristly hair and cartilaginous snout from Akyby, Rybyka system, Galaxiki galaxy

boarse: [boar-horse portmanteau] equinoid with short legs, bristly hair and cartilaginous snout

boax: [boa-ox portmanteau] bovinoid carnivore with large constricting tongue

bobbin: [bobbin’ robin] red-breasted ornithoid that bobs its head pigeon-like

bobblack: [bobwhite antonym] small, brown ornithoid with black markings

bobbuck: [Worlds Apart: Nat. Hist. of Furaha and Earth by Souren Nyoroge] blue hexapod with large endsnout from Furaha (alpha Phoenicis IV)

bobrouk: [Czech bobr-brouk portmanteau] beaver-beetle, aquatic insectoid with broad tail and large mandibles

böd: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] bird

bok: [kobe, kobi bok palindromes] dark Indian red or light red-violet creature

boke chee: [choke bee spoonerism] predatory insectoid that chokes its prey from Ahla, Ojikh system, Galaxiki galaxy

bøffelg: [Danish bøffel-elg portmanteau] buffalo-elk/moose,elaborately antlered ruminant from Buffeland [Dutch buffel-eland portmanteau]

boga: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] fish from W. Indies, see cero, testar

Bogadian horse: [Futurama: “The Lost Adventure”] blue steed with spots, yellow frog-like head with eyes on side, thin tail from Bogad

boghog: [Mostly Harmless by Douglas Adams] porcoid from bogs of NowWhat with valuable skin, but meat eaten only in desperation

bogwing: [“The Gungan Frontier” by Chris McCubbin] leathery, web-footed, winged quadruped from Dagobah, Jedi galaxy

bohlinia: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] giraffe ancestor

boisha: [A Miracle of Rare Design by Michael Resnick] ruminant food creature from Artismo

boister: [bed of oysters spoonerism, boisterous back-formation, “An ‘Ead of Boisters”] loud, lice-like insectoid

boiz: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] wingless locust

bokat: [Afrikaans portmanteau] goat-cat, goateed and horned felinoid

bokeneter: [Afrikaans] antelope-eater, see antelopeater

bokwus: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] nape from British Columbia

bolbrawl: [Outernauts RPG] plant-mimic with blossom-like crest lure and root-like tentacles

boleo: ["The Psi-fighter" by Achim Mehnert] ornithoid from Trilith Oct's world

bol kata: ["ball cutter", River Monsters by Jeremy Wade] nut-eating Amazonian pacu adapted to meat-eating after invading New Guinea

bolla: [Albaniana] serpentine dracoid with 4 legs, small wings, faceted silver eyes, said to eat one person every twelfth St. George Day from Albania

bollog: ["Battle of Ferrol" by Michael Marcus Thurner] predator with clawed tentacles that attracts prey with strudel from Ferrol ((Vega (alpha Lyrae) VIII)

boll weevil: [Man Eating Cow] giant snout beetle

bolly-bo: ["The School of Assassins" by William Voltz] 12-m, purple, herbivorous duck-billed dinosauroid with belly pouch

bolognat: [bologna-gnat portmanteau] small biting insectoid with curved cylindrical worm-like body

bolty: ["Planet of a Thousand Delights" by William Voltz] giant, furry predator from Geegival, Virgo A (M 87) galaxy

boma: [Knights of the Old Republic 2: the Sith Lords game] large, green quadruped from Dxun, Jedi galaxy

bomba: [Edgeworld] 4-legged sauroid with nosehorns, fangs

bombat: [Peter Macinnis] bat noted for killing fish by dropping stones from Ugly Islands

bombeetle: ["Space Bird" by James White] explosive beetle that powers migratory Spacebirdriders' space bird from Sector 9

Bombay runner: large Indian Ocean cockroach

bombwat: [wombat spoonerism] explosive marsupial

bomen: [galaxiki.org] hive-minded creature in many different non-humanoid forms from Galaxiki galaxy

bonbon: [Monster Legends] monstrous pongoid

bonegnawer: ["Star Wars IV: A New Hope" by George Lucas] flying desert carnivore with tooth-filled jaws strong enough to crush rock, Jedi galaxy

bongar: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] venomous snake from India

bongsird: [songbird spoonerism] ornithoid that makes an absurd gong-like sound

bonnacon: [Piers Anthony] large armored dracoid with bison-like horns, metalbone eyelids that uses droppings defense against pursuers from Xanth

boobee: [booby back-formation] large trapdoor-spider-like insectoid that lures prey with boobee prize into boobee trap

boober: see floob, floob-boober-bab-boober-bub

boobrie: white roaring loon from Scottish Highlands

boojum: [The Hunting of the Snark by Lewis Carroll] pseudo-snark, able to make people suddenly vanish from Snark Island, Looking-glass world

booll: [boo-bull portmanteau] monstrous bovinoid

booly: [Monster Galaxy] red, bipedal bovinoid with floppy ears and large head from Taurus constellation

boogen: ["The Boogens"] 60-centimeter centipede-like bloodsucker with whip-like tentacles

boogoleef: [Monster Galaxy] turquoise shelled molluscoid moga with red petal fringe from Gemini constellation

boomer: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] male kangaroo

boomslang: [Dutch “treesnake”, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] green (male) or brown (female) snake from S. Africa

Boond ox: [boondocks mondegreen] wild, shabby ox-like bovine from Boond

Boonian snake: [Boo’s Oob palindrome] oob-like amphisbæna from Boo

bootesaur: big-footed dinosaur from Boötes

bootfrat: [fruit bat spoonerism] boot-eating chiropteran

bootie: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] hawk-like crow

bootl: [bootleg back-formation] creature noted for its addictive unfertilized eggs

boracu:

boranglii: [The Invasion of the Planet Wampetter by Samuel H. Pillsbury] large, purple ornithoid from Wampetter

borhyaena: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] hyena-like marsupial from Miocene

boring worm: ["Beyond Hope" by Herbert Haensel] parasite from Jamondi cluster

borophage: [borax-eater] see ringdocus, thylacine

borcupine: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “Appa’s Last Days”] creature with boar’s snout and body and quills

bordok: ["Ewoks" series] medium-sized pony-like equinoid used as beast of burden by Ewoks, Endor's moon, Jedi galaxy

borele: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] black rhinoceras, see nasicorn

boreostracon: giant Pleistocene glyptodon

borhyaenid: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] wolf/hyena-like marsupial predator from Paleocene

borogove: [Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll] thin, shabby mop-like bird

borophage: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] canine with bone-crushing teeth

boryx: [Pawns and Symbols by Majliss Larson] vicious, graceful, territorial, orange-furred predator from Tsorn, Rim, Klingon empire

Boschian monster: [The Gardens of Delight by Ian Watson] monster like those depicted by Hieronymus Bosch, found on 4H97801

boselaph: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] 300-kg antelope from Miocene

bot: [The Legend of Zelda: “The Adventure of Link”] blue gelatinous creature that can combine into gestalt “giant bot”, enemy of bits from Hyrule

botik: ["In the Hand of the Executioner" by Clark Darlton] 1-m, dark furry, flower-eating pongid with brown round eyes from Zercascholpek

bot(t): [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] fly larva

bothridon: amphibious porcoid

bourgeticrinus: sea lily weed (crinoid) of Cretaceous

bovalupus: wolf-like bovine

bovir: ["In the Light of Vega" by Christopher Montillon] Fantan cow

bowfly: [Piers Anthony] arrow-shooting insect from Land of Flies, Xanth

bowlump: [“The Gungan Frontier” by Chris McCubbin] hairy mollusc with waterjet and spitting defense from Jedi galaxy

bowtruckle: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] 20-cm arboreal walking-stick-like insectovore with long sharp claws that feeds on woodlice

bow-wowl: [bow-wow-owl portmanteau] nocturnal caninoid with feathery hair, large head and eyes and hooked beak and talons

brabbe: ["Secret Conference of the Blues" by Arndt Ellmer] marine food animal from Roost (Simban II)

brachiopod: ["lampshell"] shelled invertebrate, ancestor of cyclostomes

brachiosaur: dinosaur from early Cretaceous

brachypothere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] alst teleceratine rhino from Miocene

brak: [Terra Monster RPG] shaggy, green buffaloid, see bufflow, from Terrarium or [Perry Rhodan] Rolfth, Ontry-Melonzus IV)

brahmathere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] huge giraffe with thick, short neck and moose-like horns from late Miocene

brak: [Perry Rhodan] animal from Rolfth (Ontry-Melonzus IV)

braidedhorn: [Fossil Revolution by Douglas Palmer] ox with horns curled together from Siberia

brain beast: [“Brain Beast”] beast created by Akalonians with brain energy

braindeer: [brain + reindeer] brain-eating deer-like creature

brain sucker: [Resident Evil 2] 2-headed, brain-sucking insectoid with mandibles and many arms

brainsucker: [X-COM: Apocalypse] small, yellow quadrupeds used as weapons, which hatch from pods, attack and sometimes turn victim into drone before dying

bram: ["Manhunt on Hayok" by Hans Kneifel] giant blue and yellow tabby felinoid with silver eyes from Hayok cluster

branchshedder: ["Star Bird Mystery" by Hans Kneifel] frightening colony animal

branch-snake: [This Moment of the Storm by Roger Zelazny] non-walkingstick-like serpentoid from Tierra del Cygnus, 72 Cygni system

braque: ["Keepsakes" by Mike Resnick] caninoid from Bednares V

braster: ["The Exiles of Pthor" by Hans Kneifel] yellow-furred ostrich-like ornithoid mount with knife-sharp claws and broad beak from Schleppe dimension

bratling: ["The Feme Singer" by Arndt Ellmer] flying livestock from Baikhal (Cain V)

brauz: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] blackbird

brd: [i-less bird] eyeless cave ornithoid noted for sonar

bread-and-butter fly: [Through the Looking-glass and What Alice Found There by Lewis Carroll] insect with wings like buttered bread slices and sugar-cube-like head from Looking-glass world

bream: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sunfish, see mola

breeza: [zebra spoonerism] fast white equine with black stripes and collapsible sail-like mane

brell: [buffalo, rhinoceras, elephant, lion, leopard acronym] ultimate big game

breshkë: [Albanian breshkë pëllumb back-formation] turtle dove-pigeon ornithoid ancestral to pigeon and turtle dove

bricken: [brood of chickens spoonerism, “A Chewed of Brickens”] brick-colored flightless ornithoid

bricket: [The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] aka rubusaur, brown, lambeosaur with multicolored tail, triangular crest

briel: ["Enemy Alien Galaxy" by Clarke Darlton] color-shifting, fat, slow, lazy, food shellfish from Morka

brill: [Uplift series by David Brin] avian crayfish from Thennanin homeworld, eaten toasted

brilliant tiger: ["Base Thunder God" by H. G. Francis ] tiger-like predator with diamond-studded antlers and iridescent wing membranes between limbs from Akkantho

brint: ["Lost Sorceress of the Silent Citadel" by Michael Moorcock] alley-cat-like creature from Mars (Sol IV)

bristleback: [The Elder Scrolls III: Morowind] tusked boar-like creature of Solstheim, used as steed by Ricklings

bristlefish: ["Death in the Turquoise Sea" by Andreas Findig] ichthyoid from Auroch-Maxo-55, Segafrendo galaxy

broadbeak: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] giant predatory songbird

broc: [bask of crocs spoonerism, “A Cask of Brocs”] reptilian fond of wine barrels

brontëosaur: [“The Infinormatics Laboratory” by Ian Stewart] sauroid with 2 spring-like legs from Ombilicus

broncosaur: [bronco-dinosaur portmanteau] wild horse-like dinosaur

brondar: ["Attack against Earth" by William Voltz] heavily armored mount from Dashall

bron-klyth:["Fighter for Garbesh" by H. G. Ewers] gliding predator with black hairy body and two rows of long sharp teeth, two gold-colored eyes, four strong, but short legs, retreat to mountains with age from Arpa Chai, Wahiet system

brontosaur: [The Great Dinosaur Mystery and the Bible by Paul S. Taylor] dinosaur with apatosaur head and diplodocus body

brontops: 4.2-m Oligocene titanothere

broodfiend: [Erik Mona, Greyhawk Monstrous Compendium Appendix by Mike Breault, etal.] nearly headless worm-like creature with lizard, bat and ape-like features from Greyhawk

brookbu: ["The Flight of the Kelosker" by H. G. Ewers] large, cumbersome though fast predator with sharp teeth and claws

brost: [brost feast spoonerism, galaxiki.org] edible pea-soup-like fog from Rovarga, Gravor system, Galaxiki galaxy

browgoul: [Power Rangers] monstrous, metallovorous pet that hatches in corpse

brown pudding: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] marsh-adapted pudding-thick ooze

brown snake: [Perry Rhodan] toxic, brown snake from Lafayette (Collore IV)

brown trasher: [Piers Anthony] contentious brown bird that trashes things from Xanth

bruh: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] macaque from India, see rhesus

Brumese bull: [Albanian brumbull back-formation] large bugalo-like insectoid from Brum

brunurupucis: [Latvian brunurupucis balodis back-formation] turtle dove-pigeon ornithoid ancestral to pigeon and turtle dove

bu: [ube bu palindrome] lavender creature

buaja darat: [The Museum of Hoaxes by Alex Boese] large, flightless dragon from Komodo Island

bub: ancestor of floob-boober-bab-boober-bub, see ugelb bub, elb bub

bubo: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] eagle or horned owl, see katogle

bucka: [buckaroo mondegreen] macropodan with antlers

budger: [Earth in Twilight by Doris Piserchia] jungle-dwelling mutant

budong: ["Farscape: Green-Eyed Monster"] fish-like starship-eater from Farscape galaxy or [galaxiki.org] from Sdrea, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

buffahigh: shaggy, long-horned, long-necked, long-legged bovinoid

buffant: [Monster Galaxy] turquoise elephantoid moga with red-tipped ears, trunk, tail and feet, fond of ferrying, evolves into truffefant, from Virgo constellation

buffalo-yak: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Waterbending Master”] gray and white domesticated quadruped with backward-curving horns, furry hooved legs

büffelch: [German Büffel-Elch portmanteau] buffalo-elk

bufflow: [Terra Monster RPG] large brak from Terrarium

bufod: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] toad, see rosip

bugalo: [Futurama series, bug-buffalo portmanteau] large milk-producing beetle-like insectoid, see zubrouk

bugblatter beast: [Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Doug Adams] humanoid-eater from Traal

bugglum: [Cloudstone] 2-legged speroid with antennae

bugh: [bug-ugh portmanteau] repulsively ugly insectoid

bugler swan: [trumpeter swan back-formation] swan with bugle-like call

builder: [“Fungi from Yuggoth” by Howard Phillips Lovecroft] fractal-dimensional energy-eater like spiky lump that builds structures from dust, serving Yog-Sothoth

buitreraptor: ["vulture roost robber", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] dromaeosaurid with slender snout with small, widely spaced teeth, long arms and legs

bufo: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] toad

bukavak: [Serbiana] 6-legged, nocturnal, water monster with gnarled horns from Serbia

bulbul: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] nightingale from Persia

buldoqu: [Azerbaijani baldoq-qu portmanteau] buldog-swan, white-feathered triphibian with wrinkled face and long neck

bulette: [“Creature Features” by Gary Gugax] 3.5-m armadillo/shark/snapping turtle-like monster with backcrest, related to gholbrorn, prefers Human to Elf or Dwarf meat

Bulgallian rat: ["Coming of Age" by Sandy Fries] frightening but not deadly

bulganik: ["L'il Abner" by Al Capp] very rarely-seen bird

bulla: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] seal from Vatican

bull-ant: large, horned insectoid

bullar: S. Albanian bolla

bull-dog: creature with bull-like horns and forehooves, and caninoid rear

bulldozer: [Piers Anthony] large rhinoceros beetle-like creature from Xanth

bull-dozer: parasitic mosquitoid that causes sleepiness in bulls

bullet ant: [You Might Be A Zombie and Other Bad News] 2.5-cm ant with most powerful arthropod sting that feels like a bullet from Central America

bull-finch: [bullfinch mondegreen] horned finch-like ornithoid with bull-like head

bull-frog: creature with bull-like head and forelimbs with horns and hooves and batrachoid rear with jumping legs and webbed feet

bullhorn: [Piers Anthony] rear-attacking bovine unicorn from Xanth

bullivant: [bull elephant portmanteau] large, clumsy animal

bull seal: [Piers Anthony] sharp-horned cephalpodan from Xanth

bullsquid: [Half-Life] 1-m slimy sandy brown, maroon or pale green biped from Xen dimension with dark spots, thick tail, slit-pupil side-eyes, red tooth-tipped feeding tentacles

bulreih: ["The Mutants of Erysgan" by H. G. Ewers] insect-cloud from Erysgan, Syveron system

bumblebeetle: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] imago stage of larval glimworm, insectoid with glide-forewings and propelling-hindwings, covered with sensory "hairs", flies up to 800 km/dy to find flish carcass to deposit eggs in

bumming herd: [humming bird spoonerism] moth-like insectoid gestalt that removes protective covering (clothes, fur, feathers) before finishing off prey

bundimun: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] green fungus-like dirt-eater with 2 eyes, spindly legs that secrets acid and reeks of decay

bunf: ["Warriors of Gazkar" by Susan Schwartz] Newfoundland dog-like canine from Lafayette (Collore IV)

bunny-hee: [honey bee spoonerism] large burrowing insectoid

bunny-her: [bunny-hee back-formation] unbunny-like bunny-hee predator

buntis: [Terra Monsters RPG] large, pink-and-blue, bipedal yantis from Terrarium

bunyip: [Journal of the Anthropological Institute] swamp-dwelling man-eater

buraq: [Here Be Monsters almanac] pegasus from Middle East

bur: [ruby bur palindrome] ruby red creature, see ebur, nibur

bureauthread: [thoroughbred spoonerism] bureau-dwelling thread-like dust mite

burkoll: ["Son of the Gods" by Marianne Sydow] omnivorous, armored hyena-like nocturnal, reptilian pack predator from Pthor

burman: short-haired, blue eyed, golden-fawn, blue (black) cat with white feet (socks and gloves)

burmilla: silver, chinchilla and lilac cat

burner: ["Morkheros Prophet" by Ernst Vlcek] 50-cm hopping pyrokinetic predator, strong enough to cripple a limb from Morbienne III

burnikki: ["Covenant of Dealer" by Rüdiger Schäfer] food animal from Intraworld, Dwingeloo galaxy

burra: [The Courtship of Princess Leia] lungfish-like ichthyoid from Dathomir, Jedi galaxy

burrog: ["The Death Machine" by H. G. Ewers] bovinoid from Xthor

burrow-wing: [borrowing mondegreen] predatory ornithoid with wingclaws adapted for burrowing

buru: 4-m blue and white crocodilian from Indian swamps

bushar: ["The March through the Underworld" by Ernst Vlcek] predator from Cronot, Heith system

bushcat: ["Seed of Reason" by Daniel Hatch] bush-dwelling felinoid from Chamal

bushwackee: [wacky, bushwacker back-formation] unpredictable, agile, bush-dwelling prey of bushwacking predator

butch: [“Butch”] 50-cm thin, large-eyed anaerobic simian

butchee: [butcher back-formation] food insectoid, prey of butcher, related to boke chee

butterfish: ["Uncharted Territory" by Connie Willis] perverse ichthyoid from Boohte

button monster: [Genus Loci by Ben Aaronovitch] gengineered button-like monster that hibernates in cocoons from Jaiwan

buzzard-wasp: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Desert”] carrion-eating desert wasp that and rotten-meat-odored fluid (“honey”)

byakhee: [“The Festival” by H. P. Lovecraft] winged creatures like crows, buzzards, ants, winged buffalos and moles and also human corpses

byakher: [byakhee back-formation] omnivorous predator that byakhs (eats anything)

by-est: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] pelagic nektonic that feeds on spapig from Shuttleworth, Amon Alpha system

býkun: [Czech býk-kun portmanteau] bull-horse, bicorn

byronosaur: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 1.5-m troodontid with long snout with many teeth, bird-like nasal airsac

C

cabalo: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] horse from Latin America

cabree: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] pronghorn

cabret: see cabree

cabrie: see cabree

cabrit: see cabree

cacklebird: ornithoid that nests in nestbush

cackyll: [Terra Monster RPG] sneaky, black horned caninoid predator with razorback, see heckyll and grynn from Terrarium

cacterium: [colony of bacteria spoonerism, “A Bolony of Cacteria”] microbe forming cactus-mimicking bolonies

cactumus: [Outernauts RPG] thorny carnivorous plant mimic

cactus cat: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 60-cm, nocturnal, desert felinoid with branching tail, legspurs

cactus-cat: [Piers Anthony] green-and-brown striped felinoid with cactus-like needles and bony front leg blades from Xanth

cadborosaur: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] aka caddy, 12-m eel-like creature with humps, horse- or camel-like head, flukes from Cadboro Bay, BC, possibly naitaka

caddy: see cadborosaur

cade: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] pet lamb, see cosset

cadger: [cete of badgers spoonerism, “A Bete of Cadgers”] cat-badger, burrowing felinoid from Bete

caep: [peach puff uph caep palindrome] pale yellowish-pink creature, see uph

cäf: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] beetle

cagit: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] green parrot from Phillipines

cainothere: [After the Dinosaurs by Douglas R. Prothero] tiny chevrotain-like artiodactyl

cairn: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] terrier, see skye

cairoka: [The Courtship of Princess Leia] ornithoid from Alderaan, Jedi galaxy

çakalamar: [Turkish çakal-kalamar portmanteau] coyote-squid, amphibious predator with both legs and tentacles

calb: [black calb palindrome] black raven-like creature, see looc

Caldorian eel: ["Unification" by Rick Berman and Michael Piller] 1.2-m eel-like creature

calicobra: [calico-cobra portmanteau] venomous hooded serpentinoid with black, white and red markings from Snowi, Nejstea system, Galaxiki galaxy

calicothere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] knuckle-walking, horse-like beast with long front and short back legs with claws

callicantzari: [Piers Anthony] carnivorous anthropoids with slit-eyes, bulbous nose, furry face, twisted tusks, a putrid stench and seemingly misplaced bones from caverns under Goblinland, Xanth

Calogar dog: ["Initiations" by Kenneth Billar] caninoid from Callogar, Delta Quadrant

Calonack elephant: [Voiage de Sir John Maundebil] elephantine creature from Calonack

calopus: aka Babylonian aptaleon, wolf-like creature with serrated horns, feline face, boar’s snout, goatee, cloven forehooves, reptile’s rear

calot: [Edgar Rice Burroughs] pony-sized decapod with frog-like head and 3 rows of razor-sharp teeth from Mars (Sol IV)

caltiki: ["Caltiki, the Immortal Monster"] radioactive, flesh-eating, blood-sucking amoeboid worshiped by Mayans

camahueto: [Here Be Monsters almanac] seacow with narwhal-like horn from Chilean islans

camarosaur: dinosaur from late Cretaceous

cameleater: [Mt. 23:24] animal that eats camels like anteaters eat ants

camelk: [camel-elk portmanteau] aka camelce [R. B. Davenport of N. Y. Herald] elk-like desert quadruped

caminalcule: [Joseph H. Camin in Systematic Zoology by Robert R. Sokal] in 3-legged, spotted and fingered and 4-legged, unspotted and clawed varieties

cammel: camel-like beast of burden with four humps

camnel: camel-like beast of burden with three humps

camptosaur: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] ornithopod descendant

campus hippo: [hippocampus back-formation] hippopotamus mascot of Hutto, TX, or George Washington University campus

canal shark: [Space: 1889 RPG] plesiosauroid predator, especially fond of Earthlings, of the canals of Mars (Sol IV)

candiru: [River Monsters by Jeremy Wade] 13-cm flesh-eating or smaller blood-sucking fish attracted to wastewater from gills or penis

cant: [colony of ants spoonerism] insectoid from Olony

can’t-eat-her: large toothless man-but-not-woman-eating carnivore with elongated snout, long, sticky tongue and shaggy tail

canthumeryx: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] giraffe ancestor with straight horizontal horns

caniel: [Cocker spaniel spoonerism] caninoid with drooping ears, short legs and silky hair from Spocker

canoj: ["The Sentinel of Foppan" by Hans Kneifel] "guarddog" with square skull, 2 tusks from Foppan

cantaire: [Catalan ocell cantaire back-formation] symbiot that causes singing

canx: [Manx cat spoonerism] tailless “flat cat” felinoid

canyon crawler: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Great Divide”] large predator with 8 eyes on each side of head, forked tongue, sharp teeth, cephalothorax and abdomen, 4 skinny legs, many nostrils

canzoo: stinky animal

cāpcāun: dog-headed ogre from Romania

Cape Hope sheep: see albatross

capricornusaur: goat-fish-lizard chimera

Caprochian parrot: ["The Last Days of the War, with Parrots" by James Alan Gardner] green and crimson mouse-sized lizard with brown blood that "parrots" negative thoughts telepathically, eats uv-photosynthesizing Silk from Caproche

capromeryx: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] pronghorn from Zanclean age (early Pliocene)

carabuta: [baracuta spoonerism] dangerous ichthyoid

caracal: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] lynx from Persia

carakiller: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] 2-m flightless caracara with small clawed vestigial wings and colorful head feathers for communicating warning or mating

carapace: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, Jonathan Tweet and Monte Cook] carapaced Illithid symbiot used as living armor, includes backwatcher, fastbreak, hardy, silent, slippery and strongarm varieties

carapato: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] tick from S. America

caratocious: 2-m caterpillar from Betonia (Edonian cluster V), Galaxiki galaxy

caret: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] hawkbill turtle

careve: [Continuum RPG] 2-m insectoid with mandibles from Igendal, Belverius Helenis system

carnage: [Spiderman mythos] psychic killer spawn of venom symbiot which in turn spawned toxin

carnivice: [Terra Monster RPG] ice-adapted gray fox with white and turquoise markings, see niptune and aquanine from Terrarium

carnivorous mammoth: [Rembrandt Peale] with downward-curving tusks

carnotaur: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] ceratosaur descendant

carolig chew: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] long, furry, omnivore with two central mouths, colorless plates, 12 4-jointed legs with wire-brush-like feet, 3 to 6 antennae, up to 2.7 m from Scanodon

carpet-thing: ["A Walk in the Dark" by Arthur C. Clarke] shadowy creature that moves swiftly over rocks from Kralkor II

carreta: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] marine turtle

carretine: [Susan Thorpe] clever red animal

carrion crawler: [“The Ecology of the Carrior Crawler” by Jonathan M. Richards] 1-m yellow and green worm-like creature with long stunning tentacles

cartwheel spider: spider that flees by doing eight-legged cartwheels from Namibia

cash-ok: ["The Silent Spaceship" by H. G. Francis] shaggy felinoid head with long curved horn, 6 legs that moves like chimp from Komouir (Tiffak II)

cassowary: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] rarite bird

castoroid: giant Pleistocene beaver

Catachan devil: [Warhammer 40,000] 40-m scorpion-like jungle omnivore from Catachan

catapo: [Winx Club] small, sometimes red, insect

catapult: [Piers Anthony] sphinx-sized cat from Region of Cats, Xanth

cat-bird: [catbird mondegreen] ornithoid with cat-like head

catbird: [Piers Anthony] part bird, part cat from Region of Cats, Xanth, see cat-bird

catchee: [cat-chee, catcher back-formation] easily caught tarchee-prey, chee with memorable swansong

cater bird: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] rare variety of glister like black and white hornbill gestalt telepathically linked to all caterbirds past and present

catcus: [Continuum RPG] cactus cat-like prey of grumphurr in silkat and kanitt varieties from Sotkaard, Galunis system, Firehorse constellation

catergator: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Swamp”] large, green alligator-like reptile with barbell whiskers, wrap-around tailfin, kneefins

catfish: [Piers Anthony] part cat, part fish from Region of Cats, Xanth

catfly: [GreenSpace] four-winged cat-like scavenger

cathbwn: [Welsh bwncath “buzzard” back-formation] cat-bittern griffinoid

cathgan: [Thongor series by Lin Carter] small but poisonous Lemurian red snake

catlat: [Galactic Patrol by E. E. Smith] diminutive, but numerous, cephalopod with bulbous head, parrot-like beak and tentacles from Delgon (1127 II)

catoblepas: [Ethiopian] monstrous bovine that feeds on poisonous herbs; [Xanthian] scaly with snake-like hair, fatal gaze

cat o’ nine tails: [Piers Anthony] 9-tailed cat from Xanth

cat owl: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “City of Walls and Secrets”] cat-headed owl-like ornithoid with retractable claws, cat-like tail

cattus: [OviPets] egg-laying felinoid, sometimes with wings, etc.

catwalkingstick: [catwalk-walkingstick portmanteau] thin, multilegged felinoid able to camouflage in forest

caudipteryx: ["wing-tail", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] flying dinosaur with wings and tail joined

cavan: ["The Bandits of Terrania" by Ernst Vlcek] scavenger mount from Exota Alpha (Otinarm I) [The Law of Glassbirds by Hans Kneifel] Glynth and ["The Hidden Courtyard" by Christian Montillon] Mawego, Otensos system

cave-bear: [La Citadelle des Glaces by Paul Alperine] giant bear from Devil’s Teeth, Erikraudebyg

cavy: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] pony or rodent from S. America or stray animal

cavout: [Trullion: Alastor 2262 by Jack Vance] small meat creature from Trullion

cawing wumpus: [Godville] beaked, mucus-secreting worm-like sizeshifter with retractable wings

canyon sailor: ["The End of the Crib" by H. G. Francis] predatory ornithoid from Alkordoon, Perseus arm

carata: ["Sectret Circuit X" by W. W. Shols] vampiric tree-mimic with poisonous nettles from Venus (Sol II)

cardiocaudate: ["heart-tail", "Escape from Thantur-Lok" by Susan Schwartz] from Ammh Riconab

carsellot: [Perry Rhodan] mcarnivorous thornbush mimic that moves by rolling from Cratcon (Felloy IV), Vayquost galaxy

cecil: [Motie series by Larry Niven] sea serpent

ceerc: [screech ceercs portmanteau] creature in "The Secret Files of Dr. Drew" in the 47th issue (June, 1949) of Rangers Comics screeching and stealthy varieties

celestail: [Terra Monsters RPG] large-eared felinoid with 2 star-tipped tails, see staria, from Terrarium

celestoah: [Terra Monster RPG] felinoid with 3 star-tipped tails and ears, see celestail, from Terrarium

Cellan fish-pickle: [Allec cella palindrome] fish-pickle-like sea creature from Cella

centigurp: [“Odd Squad: “The Trouble with Centigurps”] pink furball able to bounce, roll, fond of spheres, see gurp

centipede plage: [Resident Evil 4] head-eating centipede-like plage

centurian: [Resident Evil 0] 10-m T-virus infected mutant centipede

centycore: [Piers Anthony] carnivore with horse-like hooves, lion-like legs, elephantine ears, bear-like muzzle and branching 10-point antler from Xanth

cephalogade: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] raccoon-like early bear from Chattian age (late Oligocene) that migrated to America in Miocene or from Skjoob, Bjosko system, Galaxiki galaxy

cephalopodan: cephalopod-like creature, see glider squid, gring, poulp

cerastes: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] horned viper

ceratosaur: face-horned dinosaur

ceratosuch: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] horned crocodilian

ceratothere: ["horned beast", After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] rhino ancestor from Miocene

Cerberus: 3-headed hellhound

ceretridon: ["Duel for a Dracowolf" by Wolf Read] "pet rock" with 5 legs, 4 beady eyers, 3-finger tail from Epona, Taranis (82 Eridanis)

cero: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] fish from W. Indies, see boga, testar

cerpedos: [Memoires De Sir George Wollap by Pierre Chevalier Duplessis] white-furred, red-eyed squirrel from Aprilis, New Britain Islands

cessirid: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, Jonathan Tweet and Monte Cook] illithida variant

cet(e): [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] whale, see orc, ork, beluga, grampus

Ceti eel: ["Wrath of Khan" by Harve Bennett & Jack B. Sowards] sole surviving life-form, 35-cm 10-legged burrowing mollusk with large pinchers from Menkar (alpha Ceti) V

cetiosaur: dinosaur from early Cretaceous

cetus: ["whale", Andromeda: “Belly of the Beast”] supposedly mythical planet-eater threatened Savion again after 6 millennia

cetusaur: large sea dinosaur from Cetus

ch'i-lin: ssu ling of the West, Chinese unicorn with deer-like body, ox's tail, hooves

ch’kariya: [Surak’s Soul] small, burrowing root-eater from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

chahār: [dabbē-i-chahār-sar back-formation] creature ancestral to dabbē-i and sar and dabbē-i-chahār-sar

chair creature: ["The Tomorrow People: War of the Empires"] chair-like creature

chaja: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] screamer bird

chama: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] large mollusc

chameleogoat: [Robot Hugs] goat with ability to camouflage itself by changing pigmentation

chameleon: [camel-lion] desert felinoid with with mane, hump

champ: [Unexplained! by Jerome Clark] plesiosaur-like creature from Lake Champlaine, New York/Vermont-Quebec border, not champosaur, [River Monsters by Jeremy Wade] giant gator gar

champosaur: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] crocodile-like Mesozoic holdover

changa: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] mole cricket from S. America

changchengornis: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] confusciusornis relative with smaller curved beak and long grasping toe, long two-feathered tail

chaos beast: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, Jonathan Tweet and Monte Cook creature unable to maintain shape but able to temporarily assume fangs, claws, horns, pinchers, tentacles, etc. to attack, react by touch, [Planar Handbook by Bruce Cordell, etal.] hunted by Neraphim

chaousarou: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] aka champ, 9-meter, gray plesiosauroid from Lake Champlain, prtected species in Vermont and Connecticut

chapin: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] trunk fish

char: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] brook trout

charaway: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] aka breen ale, animal from gas giant Chassana, Sheel-San system

charger: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] war horse

charlas: [Memores De Sir George Wollap by Pierre Chevalier Duplessis] tall hare with cat-like tail from Aprilis, New Britain Islands

Charles Mill Lake monster: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 2.1-m green reptilian with webbed feet, green eyes from Charles Mill Lake, OH

chasmoporthetes: [After the Dinosaurs by Douglas R. Prothero] cheetah-like hyena from Pliocene

chasmosaur: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] ceratops with both frill and horns

chata(o)n: [French chat-taon, Haitian chat-tan portmanteau] cat-horsefly, nocturnal griffinoid with retractable claws, hooves, mane

chati: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] tiger cat from S. America

chatt: [chatty backformation] louse-like insectoid

Chatterb ox: [chatterbox mondegreen] noisy ox-like bovine from Chatterb system

chaus: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wildcat from Africa and India

chatterbox: ["The Return of the Kangaroo Rex" by Janet Kagan] pterodactyl-like blue, red, purple and yellow creature from Mirabile

chchrorl: ["The Enemy in the Dark" by Kurt Mahr] predator from waterworld Opghan (Ep-Hog II)

chee: [chimpanzee spoonerism mondegreen] polymorph from Zimpa, see wol-la-chee, tarchee, boke chee, butchee, catchee

chee-choo: little green songbird

cheer: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] pheasant from Himilayas, see chir

cheese fly larva: [You Might Be A Zombie and Other Bad News] larva of fly found in casu marzu cheese

cheilostome: advanced bryozoan from Cretaceous

chelao: ["The Stranger" by H. G. Ewers] pale, silver-haired, humanoid-mimicking gestalt of ims, thread devils and membrillas

chelobis: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] aka bly bootman or blyfish, 2.5-m underwater predator with long appendage with bioluminescent bulb from Vorsor Vet, Sapain Saia Siriri system

chen: [chime of wrens spoonerism, “A Rhyme of Chens”, Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] snow goose

cher: [avalancher mondegreen] snow burrower from Avala

chernogg: ["Colemayn's Search" by Hans Kneifel] predator from Pharst, Vogenmuker system, Manam Turu

cherofe: [i-less cheirofa] cave mollusk from Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

cherry-hog: [Partridge’s Concise Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English, rhyming slang] dog

cherry-ogg: see cherry-hog

cherufe: [Araucanian] large, volcano-dwelling eater of young girls or [Mapuche] men from Chile

Cheshire rat: [Godville] rodent who drove out Cheshire cats and rendered Cheshire cheeseless

chessie: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 9-meter, dark, humped basilosauroid from impact-formed Chesapeake Bay

cheveh: scavenger from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

chi-chi: [Space Ark by A. R. Lightner] monkey-like creature from Shikai

chickaree: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] red squirrel

chikasaurus: ["The Ruff and Reddy Show"] large bird thought extinct

chickmunk: [chicken-chipmunk portmanteau] small striped domestic ornithoid

chickpanzee: [chimpanzee-chicken portmanteau] chimp-like, egg-laying flying anthropoid

chickpanzer: [chickpanzee back-formation] predator that panzers (squashes) chicks

chierofa: [The Howling Stones by Alan Dean Foster] molluscoid of outer reef, a delicacy when cured and heated from Parramat archepelago, Senisran

chiggee: [chigger back-formation] minimite prey of mite larvae

chiggock: [To The Slaughter by Stephen Cole] gengineered brainless, featherless turkey

chikaru: [Anakana] creature from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridan) system

chikavac: long-beaked bird used as familiar to steal honey, milk, communicate with other animals from Serbia

chillbeak: [Terra Monster RPG] flightless ornithoid with drill-like wings, horns and carapace, see pendril and turanon, from Terrarium

chilling fog: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] thin cold, aerial ooze

chim: [Vietnamese chim cu, chim son ca, chim thiên nga, chim ung back-formation] ornithoid ancestral to cu and cuckoo, with son ca songbird, with thiên nga swan and with ung falcon from Di Sa

chimæra: [Homer] lion-headed, serpent-tailed goat, [Hesiod] 3-headed; any mixture of animals

chimpanzebra: [chimpanzee-zebra portmanteau] centauroid with chimp head, arms and upper body on zebra’s

chin: [Ili-Golik tshin] desert scavenger smaller than le’matya from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

chinaro: [tanchinaro back-formation] silver-and-black ichthyoid from Ta

china sheep: [The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum] small sheep made of living china from China Country, Oz

chincha: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] skunk, see chinche

chinche: see chincha

chin-chilla: [chinchilla mondegreen] hophead with soft pale gray fur from Thuban (alpha Draconis)

ching huo tie: [Fringe] burrowing, spider-like, parasitic, anaerobic metallophage

chinpanzee: [chin chimpanzee portmanteau] arboreal, fruit-eating double-mouth from Thuban (alpha Draconis) system

chinpanzer: [chinpanzee back-formation] chinpanzee predator

chinthe: leogryph from Burma

chintz: cat with top half colored and bottom white

chinzu: [“Dorsai” by Gordon R. Dickson] food creature from the Hixabrod

chio: [Italian granchio back-formation] crab-like crustacean form Gra

chioccda: [Ital. @] snail

chipmunkey: [Terra Monster RPG] brown simian with yellow stripes and gnawing beaver-like incisors from Terrarium

chir: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] pheasant from Himalayas, see cheer

chiraur: [Outernauts RPG] rotund, kangaroo-rat-like rodentoid with bird-like tail

chird: [chirping bird spoonerism] ornithoid that communicates with burps

chirit: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] inchworm-like squirrel

chiropteroid: bat-like creature

chirostenotes: ["narrow-hand", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 2.5-m toothless oviraptorosaur with short, powerful jaws

chiselhead: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] inchworm-like beaver

chiss: [The Patchwork Girl of Oz by L. Frank Baum] 10-bushel porcupine from Oz

chiton: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] mollusc, clam

chivalrous shark: ["The Chivalous Shark"] man-eating shark that doesn't eat women

chizpurfle: [chizz-purfle ‘cheat-furtrim” “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] dustmite-like crustacean that feeds on electricity infesting

chloon: ["Time Bomb Cell Activator" by H. G. Ewers] giant, colorless teleporting amoeboid symbiot

cho: ["Imperator of Arkon" by Rainer Castor] beetle-like insectoid parasymbiot

chobee: [Piers Anthony] long-snouted reptile with wide nostrils, green corrugated skin, short legs in both soft-toothed and hard-toothed varieties from Xanth

chober: [chobee back-formation] chobee predator

chobolink: [chain of bobolinks spoonerism, “A Bane of Chobolinks”] pesky little ornithoid

chocolate moose: [Piers Anthony] tasty ruminant, related to vanilla moose, from Xanth

chopa: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] rudder fish

Coe snail: [Tim Coe] space-faring snail capable of c/5

chog: [chilling fog spoonerism, galixiki.org] pea-soup-fog-like cloudcreature from Rovarga, Gravor system, Galaxiki

choke bee: [Piers Anthony] insect related to sneeze bee from Xanth

cholinhy: ["The Tribute Smiths" by H. G. Francis] 6-m lizard with 2-m saw-snout, bony tail from Tradom galaxy, HCG 87 cluster, Capricorn

chollima: wild pegasus from Korea

chomäl: ["The Curse of Ruby" by H. G. Francis] little, swamp-dwelling, yellow, predatory reptilian with poisonous "arrows" from Taumond, Kaokrat system

chomper: [Terra Monster RPG] spiked, bulldog-like caninoid, see chompie, from Terrarium

chompie: [Terra Monster RPG] bulldog-like caninoid, see chomper, from Terrarium

choodwuck: [woodchuck spoonerism] burrowing rodentian

chreean: [Perry Rhodan] scaly, chameleon-like, donkey-sized reptilian from Dorkh

chronimal: [Decalogue of the Elements by Ernst Vlcek] fat, black, scaly, 30-cm, 8-legged lizard that triggers timeshifts pastward or futureward from Negasphere

chu’uathor: [The Courtship of Princess Leia] ichthoid from Dathomir, Jedi galaxy

chub: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] squawfish

chuba: [“The Gungan Frontier” by Chris McCubbin] large-footed, very wide-mouthed batrachoid from Tatooine, Jedi galaxy

chubb-chubb: [“The Chubb-chubbs Are Coming”] small, furry, purring creatures with food-blender mouths having many rotating rows of teeth

chubbee: [chubby back-formation] spherical bee-like insectoid

chuck: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] bird with large pinecone-cracking bill in red males and slender insect-and-carrion-eating bill in green females

chuckaboo: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] marsupial monkey

chug: [Rhialto by Jack Vance] black-and-red striped serpentoid repellant to and in charge of sandestin

chummingbird: [charm of hummingbirds spoonerism, “A Harm of Chummingbirds”] pack-hunting hummingbird-like predator

chumtoad: [Half-Life] bright, purple batrachoid with one red eye, backspikes, long blue tongue plays dead before teleporting back to Xen leaving purple energy trail

chupacabra: [Span. “goat-sucker”, Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 1.4-m nocturnal, bipedal, bluish gray mottled therapod with large red eyes, 3-clawed hands, fangs, forked tongue, spine quills from Puerto Rico, Mexico and American Southwest

chuuchilla: [Monster Galaxy] sleepy, gold and orange moga

chuul: [“The Ecology of the Chuul” by Mike Mearls] large, pale yellow crustacean with pinchers and paralyzing tentacles that prefers sand to water

chuvvy: [Partridge’s Concise Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English] flea

chworkt: [Pawn and Symbols by Majlis Larson) white, furry creature with long digits and very long tail from Arcturus (alpha Boötis) system

cicada: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] locust, see acacia, cicala

cicala: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] locust, see acacia, cicada

ciich: [Perry Rhodan] from Gys-Progher (Aggluth II)

cilac: [calico cilac palindrome] calico (black, red and cream) creature

cillej: [jellicle eel cillej palindrome] black-and-white eel-like ichthyoids

cimi: [cimi mimic palindrome] predator mimicked by cimi mimic

cimzzar: [Crayola razzmic berry yrreb cimzzar palindrome] rose-purple yrreb

cingk: ["The Headhunter" by Klaus Fischer] toad-like amphibian from At-Cann

cingk killer: ["The Headhunter" by Klaus Fischer] 1-m segmented, armored constrictor with wide, toothless mouth from At-Cann

cinnabunny: [Cloudstone, cinnamon bun/bunny portmanteau] cinnamon bun-like lapoid

cirb: [firebrick cirb erif palindrome] brownish red erif

Circassian cat: ["Violations" by Shari Goodhartz and T. Michael and Pamela Gray] funny-looking felinoid

circulation bird: bird noted for flying in spiral until it flies up its rear and disappears leaving dropping droppings, see oozlum

ciremil: [Limerick palindrome] chartreuse-colored creature

cirocil: [licorice cirocil palindrome] black creature

cisco: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] whitefish

cish: [catfish spoonerism] fatty ichthyoid with feeding tentacles pegasoid from Peggassa, Hippocrenea system, Galaxiki galaxy

citcrum: ["Arctic Citcra"] creature from Arctic

citipati: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 3-m oviraptorosaur with facecrest, toothless beak

clabb: [clabbert mondegreen] green monkey-like variety of ert from Troctopia, Qujhtba system, Galaxiki galaxy

clabbert: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] horned, hairless, mottled green monkey-like arboreal amphibian with webbed feet and hands, long limbs, and forehead pustule that glows and flashes at danger

clac: [i-less cilac] furry cave mammaloid from Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

clack: [black cat spoonerism] dangerous chiropteran

cladosictis: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] weasel-like marsupial of Miocene

cladpole: [cloud of tadpoles spoonerism, “A Poud of Cladpoles”] brightly-colored parasitic tree fungus which replaces trunk

clannfear: [The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind] large lizard-like daedra like small bipedal triceratops

clarinet swan: [trumpet swan back-formation] swan-like ornithoid with clarinet-like call

clatta: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] sloth-like prosimian primate with armored tail

clawed gargoyle: [Perry Rhodan] dangerous animal from Latura II

clawlossal: [Terra Monster RPG] from Terrarium

claw monster: ["Panther Girl of the Congo"] 4.5-m crayfish

clawster: [Terra Monster RPG] from Terrarium

clawworm: ["Planet of Storms" by Michelle Stern] snail with iridescent green shell and claws from Thersunt

cleft-back: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] antelope with warty back furrow for nesting tickbirds

clezmar: [The Energy Riff by Hans Kneifel] greenish-orange spherical sponge made edible with fermented antidote from Pembur, Draynare system, Valigo galaxy

clickfly: [A Door into Ocean by Joan Slonczewsky] attendant to naked Sharers from Shora the Ocean Moon of Valedon

cliffracer: [The Elder Scrolls III Morrowind] leathery-winged, long-beaked creature with large vertical sail, flailing tail

climacoceras: ["ladder-horn", After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] antelope with rung-like horn branches

climbing echidna: ["A Fact Sheet for the Marco Polo" and "The City and the Spaceship" by Hans Kneifel] teddybear-like echidna with 4 thick white paws with suction cups, large black eyes from Leffa, Mayselan system, Sombrero galaxy

clinger: [Frostworld and Dreamfire by John Morressy] beetle-like insectoid air-eater that glows when near body heat from Hraggellon (Dunuos II)

clingey: [The Jesus Incident by Frank Herbert & Bill Ransom] dangerous ground-dweller from Pandora

clivit: [V: “Breakout”] sand monster

clizz: ["The Headhunter" by Klaus Fischer] very fast flying insectoid

cloaker: [Monstrous Compendium: Forgotten Realms Appendix by William Conners, etal.] large manta-like flocking predator whose subsonic moan unnerves or nauseates prey

cloak-cussed: [cloud of locusts spoonerism, “A Loud of Cloak-cussed”] tiny, invisible but loud, gnat-like insectoid

cloakfish: [Worlds Apart: Nat. Hist. of Furaha and Earth by Souren Nyoroge] blue ichthyoid with green spots, cloak-like tail from Furaha (alpha Phoenicis IV)

clobbee: [clobber back-formation] tiny, easily smashed bee-like insectoid

clockbug: [The Ark Sakura by Kobo Abe] legless insect that feeds on fecal bacteria and rotates heliotropically using antennae

clodhopper: “The Gungan Frontier” by Chris McCubbin] grasshopper-like clawed, beaked, fast-breeding, water-hating biped with exoskeleton and spiked tail from Jedi galaxy

cloud cat: [Airborn by Kenneth Oppel] flying creature

cloudeater: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddel] cloud-shrouded multicolored serpent

cloudrop: [Cloudstone] cloud-like pet

cloud viper: [“Doctor’s Orders”] cloudeater from Draxxa

clout: flying disc-like game "bird"

cluster hive: [The Dalek Factor by Simon Clark] telepathic hive-mind able to mimic least threatening creature to prospective host from Pelt’s world, Quadrille system

cmrlj: [Slovenian] bumblebee

coaita: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] spider monkey, see quota

coati: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] racoon-like mammal

coatl: source of venom derivative from Vestalan ("Snake Pit" by Connie Faddis)

cob: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] male swan

cobbat: [bobcat spoonerism] male swan-eating chiropteran

cobia: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sergeant fish

cobra-beast: [Book of Diabolu Legends, "Look What Happened To J’onn J’onzz"] cobra-like beast absorbs non-Humans

cobra-grande: [River Monsters by Jeremy Wade] anaconda

cobrahma: [cobra-Brahma (bull)] bovinoid with hooded head, pendulous dewlap, long serpentine neck and shoulder hump

cobrozo: [Terra Monsters RPG] colorful cobra-like snake with rattle, see snozo and serpquin, from Terrarium

cock: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] male chicken or salmon

cockagrice: creature with cock-like and porcine characteristics

cockaroach: [Mad Magazine: "Flesh Garden"] monstrous insectoid from Mong's world

cockatrice: [Jer. 8:17] snake-bird cross

cockfish: [Piers Anthony] fish that crows when sunlight lights its pool from Xanth

cock-roach: [cockroach mondegreen] rooster-like insectoid

cockyolly: dear little bird

coconut snake: [The Cruise of the Kawa by Walter E. Traprock (George Sheperd Crappel), museumofhoaxes.com by Alex Boese] snake that uses fangs to pierce cocnuts and drink milk from Filbert Islands

cocquecigrue: [Francois Rabelais] creature embodying absolute absurdity whose coming is said will never be

coelantherid: ["In the Jungle of Kalamdayon" by Peter Terrid] 1-m food ichthyoid from Travnor, Perlitton system

coelophysis: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] ceratosaur descendant

coelurosaur: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] tyrannosaur and ornithomimosaur ancestor

coho: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] silver salmon

cohomo: [Cole Hollow monster, Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 2.4-meter, white, malodorous, 3-toed nape from Cole Hollow, IL

colbi: ["Lightof Oblivion" by Harvey Patton] ibex-like with shiny silver fur, males with long curved horns from Cherkaton, Hercules cluster

colibri: [Monster Galaxy] raging hummingbird-like ornithoid moga from Libra constellation, see ava, topaz

colin: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] quail, see cower

collie: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sheep dog

coly: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] see mousebird, shrike

color cat: ["Superman under the Red Sun"] multicolor tiger-like feline

colour: ["The Colour Out of Space" by Howard Phillips Lovecraft] “dancing incandescence” or 8-cm soft, magnetic life-sucking “meteor” when solidified

colour-beast: [Wonderland by Mark Chadbourn] huge, telepathic creature able to change color so rapid it’s invisible, source of blue moonbeam (invisibility maddening drug)

colugo: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] flying lemur

comar: [Ahandaba by Uwe Anton] 1.5-T livestock from Nubecula Major

comber: [“Fungi from Yuggoth” by Howard Phillips Lovecraft] fractal-dimensional like thin, filmy patch with internal filaments, minion of Yog-Sothoth

come-and-go animal: see noshingra

cometoid: ["The Comet Monster" by Robert Bernstein] comet-like monster

commodius: [galaxiki.org] creature with large, brain and 16 thin leg from Icarusopia system, Galaxiki galaxy

common dragon: [A Hero's Guide to Deadly Dragons by Hiccup Haddock III] aka garden dragon, green and yellow or brown dragon from Barbarian archipelago

compsognathus: ["slender jaw", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 1.4-m bird-like dinosaur with long tail from Germany

con: [Vietnamese con beo, con dê, con huou, con kên kên, con la, con luon, con ong, con sâu, con thú, con tôm, con tran mondegreen] creature ancestral to beo and panther, with dê goat, with huou giraffe, with two kên kên vulture, with la mule, with luon eel, with ong bee, with sâu grub, with thú crayfish, with tran boa from Di Sa

conchoraptor: ["conch-thief", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 1.5-m cestless oviraptorosaur with weakly curved claws, short, powerful jaws and nasal airsacs

condor: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] see vulture, aura, urubu

coneater: [The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] 3-m hypsilophodont with 5 fingers, cone-cracking beak

con(e)y: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] rabbit from Europe

conflagration ooze: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] conflagration-triggering ooze

confuciusornis: ["Confuscius bird", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] crow-sized toothless bird with short tailbone, see changchengornis

con rit: [On the Nature of Animals by Aelian] aka sea-centipede, 45-m many-finned sea serpent with lobster-like tail

constrictosaur: ["Flash Gordon” series] constrictor reptilian from Mongo

contrabassoon: [trumpeter swan back-formation] baboon-like bassoon swan predator

Conway wampus cat: large 6-legged cat from Arkansas

cookee: prey of fire-breathing creatures, like dragons or other cookee monsters, that cook their prey before eating it

coon: raccoon or [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] opossum, ["The Last Man of OSA Mariga" by Rainer Castor] sabre-toothed cephalopodan with suckered tentacles

coonigator: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] raccoon-like scavenger with alligator-like jaws from Montpelier, VT

coot: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sea duck, see scaup, scoter, eider

copper cat: see mishibizhiw

copy cat: [Piers Anthony] mimicking cat able to replicate a manuscript it sits on by extruding copy from its mouth from Xanth

cor: [The Dirdir, The Pnume by Jack Vance] rock-dweller, often red

coraknot: [The First Kingdom by Jack Katz] large, long-necked dracoid quadruped

coralhorn: [Terra Monsters RPG] larger amphious relative of coralpie from Terrarium

coralpie: [Terra Monster RPG] turquoise sealamb, see coralhorn, from Terrarium

cobrozo: [Terra Monster RPG] from Terrarium

cordo: [Attack of the Dinosaur by Dirk Hess, "The March through the Underworld" by Ernst Vlcek] 13-m blind, armored elephatine with 2 trunks, symbiot with Rockandos from Cronot, Heith system

corgi: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] dog from Wales

corgodrill: [Fortune’s Light by Michael Jan Friedman] small rainbow-colored pongoid from Imprima

corkscrew beetle: [cortexclavus, The Wine of Violence by James Morrow] insectoid from Carlotta, Malnovian belt, UW Canis Majoris system

corkscrew worm: [“Capt'n Virgil, Sportsman in Space” by David Brooks] very small, helical vermin from Arizant

corkscroo: [corkscrew mondegreen] macropodan that metamorphs from corkscrew worm-like larva (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

cormah: [shamrock cormahs palindrome] green creature

corneteer: [“Mortal Nature” by Stephen Dedman] sound-sensitive migratory herd animal from Northbergen

coro: ["Red Sun over Ruby" by Detlev G. Winter] antelope-like from Ruby (Omega II)

corpse-tearer: see Nidhoggr

corvusaur: black dracoid with feathery wings from Corvus

coryphodon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] cow-sized pantodont that migrated across Bering Landbridge, related to rhino-sized hypercoryphodon

cosmic creature: ["The Cosmic Creature" by Jack Miller] long-lived shapeshifter

cosmic ray creature: ["The Creature That Couldn’t Die" by John Broome] creature strengthened by cosmic rays

cosmido: corvid with small head, curved black beak, slightly protruding eyes from Dare Meron (Kargnickan II)

cosset: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] young pet lamb, see cade

couch potato: ["Uncharted Territory" by Connie Willis] extraordinarily sedentary creature from Boohte

couerl: [Final Fantasy] aka cuar, cuahl, quirl, related to displace beast

coumarq: [Planet of Graves by Clark Darlton] vermin insectoid from Arkon

coupari: long-haired cat with folded ears

cowl: [cow-owl portmanteau] nocturnal 4-legged milk-producing ornithoid with hooked talons, short beak, and large forward-set eyes protected by hood-like facial skin

cow-beetle: beetle the size of small cow attended by mobile gardener plants sticking out of bodies from Khorlthochloi's world (Superior Beings by Nick Walters)

cower: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] quail, colin

cowse: [cow-mouse portmanteau] bovinoid with large, round ears

coyotl: [Monster Galaxy] fox-like moga

coypu: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] rodent from S. America, see cavy, degu, paca, agouti

crab-bee: [crabby mondegreen] crab-like amphibious insectoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

crabbit: [crab-rabbit portmanteau] decapod with broad, flattened carapace, short antennae, 2 large pinchers, long ears and short tail, not cat-rabbit, see manx

craboa: [Monster Galaxy] moga from Cancer constellation

crabone: [Monster Galaxy] nutty-tasting arachnoid moga with skull-like body from Cancer constellation

cradlefish: [“Star Trek: Enterprise: Vox Sola”] ichthyoid from Neethea

crairtap: [patriarch crairtap palindrome] purple creature

crane: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wading bird, see ibis, rail, egret, heron, stilt, avocet, avoset, jacana, flamingo

cranioceras: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] dromomeryx with straight horns over eyes and behind ears

crat: [cat-rat portmanteau] cat-like rodentoid from Wintria, Pfetea system, Galaxiki galaxy

Crater Lake Monster: ["The Crater Lake Monster"] lake monster from Crater Lake

crattler: [crat-rattler portmanteau] cat-like rodentoid with tail rattle

craulium: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] large animal on Palul (Lar Don), the Dinosaur Planet

craven: [Winx Club] crow/raven-like bird

Crawfordsville monster: [Unexplained! by Jerome Clark] headless, 6-by-2.4-m flying creature with fins, see rod

crayfish-spider: see tuborg

cray-spinner: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] small, translucent creature with diaphanous wings, eyestalks

creep: ["The Night of the Creeps"] black, slug-like brain-eating parasite

creepee: [creeper back-formation] creepy prey of rampant

creeper: see rampant

creeping unknown: ["The Quatermass Experiment" by Nigel Kneale] space-borne spores in dormant state that grow into 6-m tall amorphous parasite with long twining tentacles by consuming flesh, turns host into fungus-like life-sucker carrying over memories and physical attributes to next victim

Crieff mosquito: ["The Star Bastard" by Robert Feldhoff] mosquito-like insectoid from Crieff

cremont: [Earth in Twilight by Doris Piserchia] jungle-dwelling mutant

creodont: bear-cat-like carnivore of Tertiary, see sarkastodon

cressi: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] needle-toothed snake-like nocturnal predator up to 8 meters from Scanodon, Croft system

cressie: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 6-m eel-like lake snake from Crescent Lake, Newfoundland

cretahila: shrimp-like seacreature from Deepsea (Phoenix IV), Galaxiki galaxy

cribrum: [The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] aka cribrusaur, 2-meter, pink flamingoid coelurosaur with sieve-like teeth, long neck and tail

crimson tide: (Bart Simpson’s Treehouse of Horror Spine-tingling Spooktacular) huge red sea monster, mascot of Harvard University

criosphinx: ram-headed lion

criptid: padfooted horse from Koryphon (The Grey Prince by Jack Vance)

cri-tic: [Piers Anthony] loathsome blood-sucking insect from Mundania

crocababolone: [Rainbeau's Riddles and Rhymes] cross between crocodile and and abalone

crocadoodledoo: [Rainbeau's Riddles and Rhymes] cross between crocodile and rooster

crocapoodledoo: [Rainbeau's Riddles and Rhymes] cross between crocadoodledoo and poodle

crocodyllus: [Perigrinationes ad Terram Sanctam by Erhard Reuwich] 9-m aquatic reptile with clawed feet from Egypt

crocosaur: ["Megashark vs. Crocosaurus" by Naomi L. Selfman, Odin's Quest by Cleon Jones] crocodilian dinosaur

croccisor: ["Beasts of Zeut" by William Voltz] 50-cm hemi-spheroid with 4 legs and extendable spines (some sensorium) from Zeut

croche: ["Beasts of Zeut" by William Voltz] carnivorous, forest-dwelling, 300-kg herd dracoid with reptilian jaw, brown scales, pungent odor, red-hot eyes, long tail and levitation organ from Crieff

croizetoceras: ["lyre-horn", After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] deer with lyre-shaped horns from Miocene

croaker spaniel: [Rainbeau's Riddles and Rhymes] cross between a frog and a cocker spaniel

crooked lizard: see ankylosaur

crossbill: small red bird with twisted bill

crotalus: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] rattlesnake or sidewinder

crotalusaur: [cotalus-saur portmanteau] dinosaur with rattle

crotcotta: [Natural History by Pliny] nocturnal dog-wolf with very strong teeth, instant digestion from Indo-Ethiopia

crowdy: ["Sons of the Desert of Anoplur" by Ernst Vlcek] camel-like white mount with long neck, hooves, hump deformed into saddle from Anoplur (Notone II)

crown of thorns: [Starcross by Philip Reeve] giant land starfish with many barbed tentacles from Mars (Sol IV), extinct 100,000,000 BC

croydal: ["Thye Robot Man and the Mutant" by William Voltz] shy ursinoid from Birachy-chan (Tyk Ambazor IV)

crum: [crumhorn] tamable shabby creature noted for crumpled horn

crumm: [crummy backformation] louse-like insectoid

crup: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] omnivorous, ferocious fork-tailed terrier from S. E. England

crvuk: [Croatian crv-vuk portmanteau] worm-wolf, larval insectoid-caninoid symbiot, similar to pollop

cryceptor: [Outernauts RPG] scorpion-like crustacean adapted to cold

cryptile: [crypt reptile portmanteau, The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] white desert agamid (frilled lizard) with mucusy, net-like frill for catching brine flies able to turn black when threatened

crytophoca: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] with praepusa, phocapontophoca, leptophoca, the first true seals from Miocene

crystal bird: [Superman mythos] silicon-based ornithoid whose mass grave formed the Jewel mountains, Krypton, Rao system

crystal ooze: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] crystallized ooze, see snowflake ooze

crystal spider: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] crystalline arachnoid from Garden of Light

cua: : [Vietnamese chim cu-cua portmanteau back-formation] crustacean ancestral to chim and cuckoo-crab triphibian from Di Sa (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

cu: [Vietnamese chim cu mondegreen] chim-cuckoid ornithoid from Di Sa (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

cuahl: see couerl

cualg: [uocualg mondegreen] mammaloid with blue fur (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

cuar: see couerl

cucina: [Latvian juras cucina mondegreen] rodentoid ancestral to juras and Guinea pig (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

cuckoo dragon: [A Hero's Guide to Deadly Dragons by Hiccup Haddock III] aquamarine or turquoise winged dragon that lays its eggs in bird's nests frm Barbarian archipelago

cuk: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] ass

cuka: [Latvian juras cuka mondegreen] cetacean ancestral to juras and porpoise (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

cuitlamiztli: [Unexplained! by Jerome Clark] see onza

cuk: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] donkey

culibra: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] snake from Spain

curl-up: [M. C. Escher] 6-legged creature with sideward eyestalks that moves by curling and rolling

curset: [Trullion: Alastor 2262 by Jack Vance] crab-like sea insectoid from Trullion

cutter: [roachcutter mondegreen] beetle-like insectoid prey of roachcutters from Ahla, Ojikh system, Galaxiki galaxy

cutthroat: ["At the Zoo" by Rick Shelley] raccoon-faced baboon-like creature from Albin

cw: [Welsh cwcw mondegreen] rabbit-cuckoo, long-eared burrowing griffinoid ancestral to another cw and cuckoo, with ningen and rabbit, almost indistinguishable from ningen, from Pharr, Farpt system, Galaxiki galaxy

cwcwyddrywystrys: [Welsh cwcw-wydd-dryw-wystrys portmanteau] barnacle goose-like cross between cuckoo, goose, wren and oyster

cwcwystrys: [Welsh cwcw-wystrys portmanteau] cuckoo-oyster, barnacle goose-like ornithoid ancestral to cuckoo and oyster, with oyster and cuckoo

cwystrys: [Welsh cw-wystrys portmanteau] cw-oyster cross ancestral to cw (rabbit-cuckoo) and cwcwystrys, with oyster and cwystrys

cyanide-breathing butterflies: [“Dr. Pauli’s Planet” by Carey Wilber] gengineered butterflies that breathe cyanide

cyanocyne: [diehard Republican] aka huckleberry hound ["Huckleberry Hound"] blue canine, see xanthocyne

cyban: [cybernetic animal portmanteau] animal that has been cybernetically augmented

cybhot: [Perry Rhodan] arachnoid flinging extremely toxic barbs from Boestris Zazoma

cyclonine: [Terra Monster RPG] wintail adapted to stratosphere from Terrarium

cyena: [cackle of hyenas spoonerism, “A Hackle of Cyenas”] evil-laughing hyena-like caninoid

cygnusaur: beautiful flying/swimming dracoid from Cygnus

cygon: [Outernauts RPG] venomous flying creature with yellowish underbelly and pink butterfly wings

cynodont: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] thrinaxodon ancestor from Permian

cynr-cwcwyddrywystrys: [Welsh] barnacle goose-like griffinoid ancestral to chameleon and cwcwyddrywystrys, with cwcwyddrywystrys and chameleon

cypher: [The Heir Apparent by H. G. Francis] burgundy ornithoid from Arkon II

cza: [Polish szarancza, czasaltik mondegreens] locust-like insectoid from Szara, moon of Naslima, Slamina system, Galaxiki galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

czasaltik: [Perry Rhodan] swarming insectoid from Thorrin (Thorrtimer II), Whirlpool galaxy

D

da: [adanda mondegreen] insectoid from Ada (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

daasvoël: [Afrikaans daas-aasvoël portmanteau] horsefly-vulture, small vulture-like ornithoid fond of horses

dābbe-i-chahār-sar: [Islam] 4-headed, winged creature in India Ocean

daboia: see daboya

daboya: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] aka daboia, snake from India, see cobra, krite

dachshund pig: [Thora's Escape by Clark Darlton] dachshund-like food porcoid from Venus (Sol II)

da cova: [avocado dacova palindrome] avacado green insectoid

dadang: [The Headhunter by Klaus Fischer] tiny, cave flying insectoid that communicated via dance

dadar: [Hammer of Death by H. G. Francis] hooved, dromedary-like desert equinoid from Pthor

daeodon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] fka dinohyus, pig-like entelodon

dagg: [daggert mondegreen] small, pretty arboreal ichthoid from Troctopia, Qujhtba system, Galaxiki galaxy

daggert: [“The Gungan Frontier” by Chris McCubbin] small, pretty, fast-breeding, short-lived ichthyoid herbivore from Jedi galaxy

daggertooth: ["Hyperspace Nomads" by Arndt Ellmer] predator from Spectral empire

dagora: ["Dagora, the Space Monster" by Shinichi Sekizawa] 30-m long lighter-than-air jelly-fish-like with 60-m tentacles, crystalized by wasp venom

dagrug: [Heretics of Tazolen by Susan Schwartz] rodentoid pest from Tarkan branch universe

dagvna: [Cherokee Tsalagi] oyster

dahagmata: ["The Dream of the Navigator" by Rüdiger Schäfer] 20-m, glittering yellow crystalline water-dwelling lump, source of deadly addictive euphoric "ulcers"

dahara: [Michael Kane series by "Edward Powys Bradbury" (Michael Moorcook)] pongoid the size of Shire horse with wide kangaroo-like tails and large hind legs used as steed on Kane's world

dahondra: ["Under the Crystal Lattice" by Arndt Ellmer] antelope-like ruminant from Arkon I

dahu: aka dairi, darou, darhut and tamarou, deer-like ruminant with two legs shorter than others from Europe, like gyasutus

daioha: [kwandaioha mondegreen] cobra-like snake from Kwa (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

dairi: see dahu

daj: [jade daj palindrome] jade green creature

dak: [Indonesian landak back-formation, galaxiki.org] hedgehog-like burrower from La, moon of Dea, Noon-Dae system, Galaxiki galaxy

dakim: [Mikado dakim palindrome] yellowish creature

Dakka shark: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] 11-m carcharadon adapted to Dakka, Neptune system

daksi: [Cherokee Tsalagi] terrapin

dalam: [marmalade dalam ram palindrome] "red" (yellow-orange) ram-like rumninant

dalanistes: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] whale ancestor with webbed hind feet, long snout and tail related to ambulocetus and rodhocetus from Eocene

Daley's bird: [X-1: "The Trap" by Finn O'Donovan] ornithoid with 4 wings

Daley's snake: [X-1: "The Trap" by Finn O'Donovan] 2-headed serpentoid

Dallikian snake: [red Dallik kill-adder palindrome] red kill-adder-like amphisbæna from Dallik

damaga: [Cherokee Tsalagi] horsefly

Damogran eagle: [Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series by Douglas Adams] frond-crested eagle-like desert ornithoid from Damogra noted for paper mâché nests

damruss: [Perry Rhodan] mount from Paricza, Punta-Pono system

danakak: [“A Star Is Born” by Jerry Oltion] mouth-dwelling scavenger symbiot of the Darefta

danax: [xanadu danax palindrome] gray creature

dancer: ["Infernal Dance of the Giants" by William Voltz] thin, headless spacefaring giant with 7 legs from Pulsa, Whilor system

dandilion: [GreenSpace] dandelion-seedling-like aerial scavenger with puffy antennae and black eyes

dandylion: [Terra Monster RPG] felinoid with blossom-like tailtip, see purrpetal, from Terrarium

dang: [Filipino tandang back-formation] rooster-like ornithoid from Ta

danjitter: ["The Market of Xudon" by Hans Kneifel] trainable hawk-like ornithoid from Xodon (Xudomanyla IV), Black galaxy

danta: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] tapir from S. America

dap:[lap dog spoonerism] small, friendly caninoid with cylindrical body and very short legs

daphoenodon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] amphicyon or beardog that migrated to America in Miocene

daq: [Azerbaijani qarabatdaq back-formation] aka ak, ornithoid ancestral to qara bat and cormorant, [Perry Rhodan] nocturnal pack predator from Titanic (aka Oharc)

daquir: [Voyage Curieux dún Philadelphe dans des Pays nouvellement] 3-horned bovinoid whose skin is used for belts on Waferdanos Island, N. Atlantic

dara: [bandara mondegreen] beetle-like insectoid from Ba

darasp: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] small animal from gas giant Chassana, Sheel-Sen system

darcan: ["Struggle for Exota Alpha" by Hans Kneifel] skiddish mount from Thargomindah, Exota Alpha

dardgog: [guarddog spoonerism] territorial caninoid

darelg: ["The Tryonic Alliance" by Susan Schwartz] domesticated livestock with red coat, broad chest, mane, back-turned horns, long ears, green eyes, beard, used for milk, meat and mount, from Ganroj, Thagg system, Stardust galaxy, Shapley supercluster

darhut: see dahu

darjeel: ["Land of Forgetfulness" by Dirk Hess] mount from Akon

darkmantle: [“The Ecology of the Darkmantle” by Jonathan M. Richards] dark brown, cave-dwelling cephalopodan with webbed tentacles, using echolocation and limited telekinesis to darken cave, related to piercer, roper and lou carcolh

Darkness: [“The Terror of the Darkness” by Joseph Lidster] space parasite that feeds on darkness in mind, turns minor annoyances into reasons to murder

dark tree: [Monsters of Faerün] cypress-like vampiric monster with fiendish face and two spindly arm-branches

darou: see dahu

darr: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] black tern

darsine: [sardine spoonerism] small, edible ichthyoid pegasoid from Peggassa, Hippocrenea system, Galaxiki galaxy

darso: ["The Puppets of Astera" by Hans Kneifel] large, swallow-like ornithoid from Astera (Muul II)

darter: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] perch-like fish or snakebird

darthmunk: from Terrarium (Terra Monsters)

dasher: [“The Lazarus Effect” by Frank Herbert and Bill Ransom] large, deadly black water-walking beast from Pandora

daspletosaur: ["frightful, brawny lizard", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 9-m, 2-T tyrannosaurid with characteristic postorbital bone

date jellyfish: ["Daellian's Fight" by Michael Marcus Thurner]

datryma: [i-less diatryma] large, flightless cave ornithoid from Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

D-bra: [dazzle of zebras spoonerism, “A Zazzle of D-bras”] colorful double-humped shellfish

daymare: [The Right Hand of Dextra by David J. Lake] ornithoid from Dextra

: [Vietnamese con dê back-formation] creature ancestral to con and goat from Di Sa

dea: [“dea head”, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] worm-like food animal with regenerating head ancestral to dly and deadly spawn

deadly spawn: [“Deadly Spawn”] in immature state 8-cm worm; in mature state 2-meter, 1.5-tonne reddish with plant-like trunk, 3 headseach with large mouth, no eyes, 2 long tentacles with pinchers

deadpan: [Piers Anthony] ugly-faced creature fond of cooking fires from Xanth

deathbeast: ["Dawnstar Rising" by Paul Levitz] deadly beast from Graan

deathgleaner: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] diurnal predatory, scavenging cheropteran with 1.3-m wingspan

debaril: [The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] 60-cm, adaptable desert dinosaur with black beak

declan: [“Avatar”] dracoid steed from Pandora, moon of Polyphemus, alpha Centauri system

dedramixxi: ["The Cell Activator" by Hans Kneifel] long-limbed, black and yellow furry tetramorph with long skull or short, web-footed, gilled, barbed-toothed or with wolf-like head, long tail with barbs and suckers or with gliding wings, thin tail from Cyrsic nr. Black galaxy

deel: [land eel back-formation, galaxiki.org] serpentine from La, moon of Dea, Noon-Dae system, Galaxiki galaxy

deer-bunny: see jackalope

deer pig: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “Zuko Alone”] pig-headed deer with pig legs, bushy tail and antlers

deerwig: [deer-earwig portmanteau] hooved and antlered ruminant with pair mandibles and antennae

degu: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] rodent from S. America, see cavy, paca, coypu, agouti

deichsor: [The City of a Thousand Traps by William Voltz] dangerous predator from Gevonia (Targo II)

deinonychus: [A Field Guide to Dinosaurs by Henry Gee and Luis V. Rey] aka incorrectly as velociraptor ["Jurassic Park"], ["terrible claw", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 3-m dromaeosaur with large slashing claws, able to stiffen tail for balance

deinothere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] mastodont with characteristic downward-turned tusks from Miocene

Deiran turkey: [“Never Enough Dark”] 1.3-m magenta-furred turkey-like ornithoids from Deira

delp: [Wyst: Alastor 1716 by Jack Vance] especially vicious black creature used as watchdog from Wyst

delpinusaur: sea serpent-like dinosaur from Delphinus

deltagar: [Jandar of Callisto by Lin Carter] sabretoothed tiger-like predator from jungle moon of Thanator with whip-like serrated tail, remarkably fast for its size, shaggy scarlet fur, 2 fantastic curling horns, neck ruff

demiguise: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] herbivorous pongid with long, fine, silky, silver fur and large black eyes, sometimes invisible

demi-pachyderm: [Warhammer 40,000] large meat animal from Flint, Angelus subsector, Scarus sector

demondog: see hellhound

demon squid: [Capt. Proton: Defender of the Earth by D. W. "Prof." Smith] monstrous cephalopodan, in common and giant varieties, from Grayhawk II

demon wasp: ["The March through the Underworld" by Ernst1-m wasp-like burrowing insectoid with faceted eyes, poisonous stinger from Cronot

demorr: [Albanian dem-morr portmanteau] bull-louse, large, aggressive, louse-like insectoid with horns

Denarian parasite: [Grave Matter by Justin Richards] parasite able to keep host “alive” even after death, identified by pale-eye

Denevan neural parasite: ["Operation: Annihilate" by Steven W. Carabotsos] amorphous, gelatinous parasitic gestalt that devastated beta Portola, Levinius V, theta Cygni XII, Ingraham B and finally Deneva

Denobian lemur: [“Enterprise” series] furry quadruped, mostly one-headed, valued for its tasty liver from Denob

deodath: [Thongor series by Lin Carter] Lemurian dragon-cat with 2 brains, 3 hearts

der: [-der mondegreens, red der palindrome] red flame-resistant sauroid from Salama, Ga or Zara (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

Derbyshire ram: [“The Derbyshire Ram”] gigantic ram, like Norstilian sheep

derr: [copper red derr eppoc palindrome] red eppoc variety

derra: [Albanian derr-rra portmanteau] pig-worm, leg-less, pig-like scavenger from Adiusa, Goodiusa system, Galaxiki galaxy

desbreko: [The Legend of Zelda] large variety of skullfish with escort skullfish from Hyrule

deseret: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] honeybee

desert croc: see zintal

desert-devil: ["The Quality of Mercy"] from Miaplacida

deserter: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] rat

desert hopper: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] turret-eyed land shelled mollusc with three-toed foot, scaly skin and drill-like proboscis that must hop to breath

desert shark: [Dougal Dixon] virtually hairless, insectivorous worm-like burrowing quadruped

desh, greater: [“The Door to Saturn” by Clark Ashton Smith] semi-transparent extra-dimensional with slim, fish-like body, 4 knotted limbs, wide mouth with many curved 6-inch teeth, several lidless, plate-like eyes in crescent

desh, lesser: [“The Door to Saturn” by Clark Ashton Smith] large, silvery extradimensional with tadpole-like body, limp toothless mouth, several beady eyes across a narrowhead, long, tough and springy limbs , destroy brain used as portal

deti: [Albanian gjeldeti mondegreen] rooster-turkey, parthenogenic ornithoid ancestral to turkey and rooster (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

devanaan: ["Target: Morpheus System" by Marc A. Herren] swarming copter-like insectoid that drop lava chunks from Orontes, Morpheus system

devourosaur: ["Flash Gordon” series] sea serpent from Mongo

devi bun: [Monster Galaxy] bat-winged white rabbitoid with gray furry collar from Libra constellation

devil’s corkscrew: large helical worm (or just giant beaver holes, not fossils)

devil's dreck: [Worlds Apart: Nat. Hist. of Furaha and Earth by Souren Nyoroge] arboreal predator fond of bushhog from Meralgia, Furaha (alpha Phoenicis IV)

devil croc: horned crocodilian, see ceratosuch

devil monkey: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 1.5-m gray simian with baboon-like face, kangaroo-like legs, small forearms, bushy tail

devil-swine: [“Drums on Fire Mt.” by Graeme Morris and Tom Kirby] monstrous porcoid

dew: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] jackdaw

dewback: ["Star Wars IV: A New Hope" by George Lucas] large reptilian herbivore used as beast of burden and guard creature in arid ecosystems like Tatooine, Jedi galaxy

dexut: [tuxedo dexut palindrome] black creature with white legs, belly and chest

dhedeen: ["Guardians of the Intrawelt" by Herbert Haensel] 4-cm, long-winged, chick-like, yellow ornithoid with nedle-sharp transparent beak used as translator from Intrawelt

dheja: ["Death in the Turquoise Ocean" by Andreas Findig] marine animal from Auroch-Maxo-55, Segafrendo galaxy

dhenrro: [Albanian rrodhen mondegreen] sheep-leech, blood-sucking parasite of sheep from Gahga, moon of Gagha, Gahgagaghag system, Galaxiki galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

dhiccer: ["The Anti-Molkex Bomb" by Hans Kneifel] blue-black flying squirrel with mouse-like head, empathic (fur turns white if near nervous breakdown)

dhiriq: [Albanian dhi-iriq portmanteau] goat-hedgehog, horned, goateed hedgehog-like creature

dhog: [dog-hog portmanteau] caninoid with short snout, curly tail from Stiria, Airit syste, Galaxiki

dhole: ["The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath" by Howard Phillips Lovecraft] enormous slimy, rustling, crawling, burrowing nocturnal creatures from the Pnoth valley, Isle of Oriab, Southern Sea, Dreamworld or [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wild dog

dhuguluk: ["The Hour of the Centaurs" by H. G. Ewers] semi-organic, garment-like symbiot of Asdis that heals and camoflauges

dhushbar: [Perry Rhodan] aka ruuk, noted for 30-day generations from Lennyth, Thootis system, Dakkardim balloon galaxy

di!li: [Cherokee Tsalagi] skunk

diacodexis: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] early deer-like artiodactyl with long hind legs for running and hopping from Eocene Tethys Sea

dialp: [plaid dlialp palindrome] plaid creature

diamond lizard: [Perry Rhodan] food reptilian from Troy, Helena system

dianoga: ["Star Wars IV: A New Hope" by George Lucas] 10-m long 7-tentacled omnivore from shallow pool and murky swamps with one eyestalk, Jedi galaxy

diaper: [den of vipers spoonerism, “A Venn of Diapers”] malodorous pancake-like creature that feeds on feces and urine

diatryma: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] 2-meter, flightless "terror crane", related to gastornis from Paleocene Europe [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] or Eocene S. America

dibeh: [Navaho] sheep

dicerathere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] two-horned rhino from early Miocene

dickacher: [dickachee back-formation] dickachee predator

dicyanodon: mammal-like amphibious reptile of Permian or Snowi, Nejstea syste, Galaxiki galaxy

didgeridodo: [trumpet swan back-formation] swan-dodo with didgeridoo-like call

dieb: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] jackal from N. Africa

diefret: [Afrikaans dief-fret portmanteau] buzzard-ferret, burrowing griffinoid predator

digalinv'hidv: [Cherokee Tsalagi] donkey

digdogger: [The Legend of Zelda ] giant one-eyed sea urchin from kingdom of Hyrule

diger: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] underground-dwelling ooze

digester: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, Jonathan Tweet and Monte Cook] velocirapter-like beast with bony head, feeding tendrils and acid-squirting head tube

digger: ["Seed of Reason" by Daniel Hatch] burrower from Chamal or [Perry Rhodan] fast, dangerous burrowing worm from Tabatau

diggle: [Piers Anthony] worm-like sub-Vole tentimes the size of a wiggle able to phase through bedrock without affecting it under Xanth

digworm: [Han Solo's Revenge by Brian Daley] small burrowing worm whose digestive juices can dissolve rock from planet Kamar, Jedi galaxy

Dihpan aphid: [Dihpa's aphid] sapsucking insectoid from Dihpa system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

dikironium cloud creature: ["Obsession" by Art Wallace] space-faring gaseous bloodthirsty predator able to phase shift to become invisible

dil: [Albanian qen kandil deti mondegreen] sea ornithoid ancestral to deti and jellyfish from Qenqa, moon of Neslima, Slimina system, Galaxiki galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

dilldapp: [museumofhoaxes.com by Alex Boese] hamster-like wolperting from Sweden

dillion: [dandillion mondegreen] floating puffball from Da (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

dilly-bug: [Wyst: Alastor 1716 by Jack Vance] tittering insectoid from Wyst

dilong: ["emperor dragon", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 1.6-m tyrannosaurid from Jurassic China

dilophosaur: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] ceratosaur descendant along with coelophysis, carnotaur

dilyra: [ardylide dilyra palindrome] ardylide yellow creature

dimepede: [Piers Anthony] related to nicklepede with smaller more painful bite from Xanth

dimetrodon: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] short-legged dinosaur with sail from Permian

dina: [Azerbaijani sardina mondegreen] sardine-buzzard barnacle goose-like ornithoid ancestral to buzzard and small ichthyoid young (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

dindun: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] turkey

dine: [sardine, an ondine mondegreens] off-white long-necked fish-mammal amphibian (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

dingar: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wild honeybee from E. Indies

dingonak: [John Alfred Jordan] 5.5-m scaly river monster with reptilian claws, scorpion tail, walrus tusks from Maggori river, Kenya [Here Be Monsters almanac] and mane with feelers, fangs

dinho: [Monster Galaxy] gray donkey-like moga with buckteeth, black mane and yellow chest

dinko: [Han Solo at Star's End by Brian Daley] palm-sized venomous creature with powerful hind legs covered with serrated spurs, 4 "arms", needle-like fangs that secretes a foul-smelling liquid to mark territory and discourage predators, Jedi galaxy

dinoc: [dinocroc mondegree] predatory roc (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

dinocroc: ["Dinocroc vs. Supergator" by Jim Wynordski, Mike MacLean] crocodilian dinosaur

dinofelis: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] sabre-toothed cat from Miocene

dinohyus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] renamed daeodon

dinosaur: ["terrible lizard"] bird ancestor

dinoshark: ["Dinoshark" by Frances Doel, Guy Prevost] shark ancestor

dinscher: short-haired caninoid with small ears and tail from Poberma

Dioskylos: ["Clash of the Titans"] 2-headed hellhound

Diotvi snake: [“Diotvi Divtoid”] divto-like amphibæna from Otvi

dip: [Catalana] vampiric canine with one lame leg

diphong: [Perry Rhodan] food ichthyoid from Centaurus A galaxy

diplocynodon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] 1.5-m caiman-like alligator from Paleocene

diplodocus: [“double-beam”] large, herbivorous dinosaur with long neck and tail from early Cretaceous

diplovertubron: ["The Monster of Piedras Blancas by C. Haile Chace] 1.8-m tall scaly anthropoid with large claws, 2 blunt horns, large flared nostrils, fleshy shoulder pads, lumpy, varicose chest veins

dipper: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] long-necked, aquatic bird that become flightless as it matures

diprotodon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] rhino-sized wombat from Pliestocene

dipsas: [Piers Anthony] serpent whose bite causes unquenchable thirst from Mt. Parnaaus foothills, Xanth

diricawl: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] non-extinct variety of teleporting dodo

dirosaur: [“The Prince and the Pirate” by Keith Laumer] forest sauroid with long neck and chin spike hunted on Elora

dirtcreeper: see mudder

dirt-dragon: ["Tremors" and "Tremors: The Legend Begins"] aka tu-long, graboid

dirus: [canis dirus] giant Pleistocene wolf, see dog-bear, waheela, amarok

Di San chim ung: [Vietnamese di san chim ung mondegreen] hawk-like falcon from Di Sa (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

Discovery dreamstealer: [The Stealers of Dreams by Stevbe Lyons] aerial hallucinogenic bacteria from Arkannis Major

Disench ant: ant-like insectoid said to be good for removing curses and possessions from Disench system

dishley: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sheep from Leicester

disky: [frisky dog spoonerism] energetic, playful batrachoid

dismembee: [dismember back-formation] regenerative, segmented bee-like insectoid

dispare squid: [“Red Dwarf: Back to Reality” by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor] dysempathic cephalopod that caused mass suicide of Esperanto crew

displacer beast: [“The Ecology of the Displacer Beast” by David Cook, etal.] blue-black puma-like beast with 2 long black shoulder-tentacles with horny edges, 2 or 4 extra limbs, able to “displace” (appear meter from actual position), related to couerl

dissac: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] large, hoofed mesonychid (whale ancestor) from Paleocene

distarterops: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] marine walrus-like rodent with tusks and one clawed limb

divto: [“Ewok” series] 3-meter, 3-headed nocturnal venomous snake from Endor’s moon, Jedi galaxy

dīwe: [Persian] shapeshifting ogre with creature faces, large tusks

and horns

dlab: [“Bald Dlab”] hairless amphisbæna

dlas: ["Destination Base" by Micahel Marcus Thurner] deadly owl from Ertrus (Kreit III)

dlef: [feldgrau arg dlef, feldspar aps dlef palindrome] arg or aps variants

dlief: [field dlief palindrome] creature in both field and other varieties

dly: [deadly spawn mondegreen] worm-like creature ancestral to dea and deadly spawn (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

dnazd: [Killing Machine by Jack Vance] centipede-like creature with large poison-tipped mandibles from Misk Mts. of Thamber

do: [Basque mando mondegreen] mule-like beast of burden from Ma, moon of Dea, Noon-Dea system, Galaxiki (NGC 1300b) galaxy (The Life and Times of Isabel Feghoot)

dobbie: ["The Roots of the Dinosaurs: by Arndt Ellmer] stinking caninoid from Tullama

dobermantis: [Doberman-manta portmanteau] pale green centauroid with powerful grasping forelimbs, antennae

dococrile: [crocodile spoonerism] large amphibious carnivore

doddlebug: bombeetle-like insectoid

doe: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] female rabbit or deer

dogator: [dog-alligator portmanteau] canine-like ambibious sauroid, see

dog-bird: [The Travels and Adventures of William Bingfield, Esq.] great flightless ornithoid from Bingfield's Island with shaggy hair, greyhound-like head, pig-like tail, long legs with panther-like claws, lays eggs and gives milk

dogie: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] motherless calf

dogopus: [Sheldon Cooper in "Big Bang Theory"] cross between dog and octopus

dograt: [King of Argent by John Phillifent, dog-rat portmanteau] scavenger from Argent, Alcone II

dogwoodchuck: [dogwood-woodchuck portmanteau] woodchuck-like caninoid

dogy: see dogie

dök: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] duck

dolabratops: ["pickaxe-faced", The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] sprintosaur with pickaxe-shaped crest

dolit: [Haitian zandolit mondegreen] reptilian from Za, Dora galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

dollphin: [doll-dolphin portmanteau] short-snouted mermaid-like cetacean with pink humanoid face markings

dolman: ["Attack of the Dinosaur" by Dirk Hess] 3-m, 6-legged, armored, purple predatory serpentine with ears from Cronot, Heith system

domestical: ["People from the Retort" by H. G. Ewers] breeding marine animal from Refuge (Ubiger VIII)

doney: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] hedge sparrow

dong: [budong mondegreen] large lavender spacefish (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

donkey-lizard: aka allosaur

donkiwi: [donkey-kiwi bird portmanteau] equinoid with long ears, long slender bill and vestigial wings

donning gull: [Don Ingals mondegreen] gull-like ornithoid that dons clothes (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

doodlesack swan: [trumpeter swan back-formation] bagpiper swan variant with goatskin-like plumage

doolb: [bloody doolb palindrome] creature noted for blood-sweating faux death

doomfang: [A Hero's Guide to Deadly Dragons by Hiccup Haddock III] gigantic, yet very fast, black dragon with blue, frozen-fire breathfrom Barbarian archipelago

doormouse: [dormouse back-formation] teleporting rodentoid

door-sturgeon: [Theodore Sturgeon mondegreen, Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot] teleporting sturgeon-like ichthyoid from Theo system (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

dor: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] June bug

dorgone: ["Servant of Perfection" by Marianne Sydow] 7-m sand worm with many legs, large eyes, mandibles from Pthor

dormmouse: [dormouse mondegreen] rodentoid adapted to dorm-living (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

dormouse: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] squirrel-like mammal

dor-mouse: flying squirrel-like ancestor of mammals and insects

dorab: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] marine fish from E. India

dore: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] walleyed pike

dork: ["Thetryonic Alliance" by Susan Schwartz] domesticatible predator with sloping back, long spiny tail and hair except on legs, chunky skull, snubnosed muzzle, 6 tusks (2 above, 4 below), long purple tongue, huge triangular ears from Ganroj, Thagg system, Stardust galaxy

dornhai: ["Gene Death" by Michael Nagula] dogfish-like ichthyoid from Pegasus Major

dorshevell: [Perry Rhodan] dolphin-like from Occreshija

dorten: ["The Star Pilot" by H. G. Francis] swarming, nesting reptilian from Urirgi

doruemic pinnipex: ["Face To Face With Planet Scanodon" by Rocky Strone]

pinnipex from Scanodon

dorudon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] whale ancestor related to basilosaur and mysticetes

dosa: [Cherokee Tsalagi] mosquito

dosvdali: [Cherokee Tsalagi] ant

doto: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sea slug, see elysia

dottle: ["The Book of Ptath" by A. E. Van Vogt] sleek, scarlet, one-horned quadrupedal steed from Gonwonlane

double-beam: see diplodocus, behemoth

double-ellipsoid: smooth, gray, telepathic creature like rotating circles from Sombrero galaxy

double-mouth: [four-mouth extrapolation] legless variety of four-mouth with 2 leg-like lips and feeding mouth between and balancing tail, related to hophead, chin-chilla and chinpanzee, from Thuban (alpha Draconis)

doublivore: [Another World by Jean-Ignace-Isidore Gérard] creature with heads on both ends, such as some apelicans, elephantoads, bullizards

douc: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] monkey from China

Douglass' deer: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] dromomeryx with large-bottomed inward-curving horns

dourada/o: [female Galician peixa-dourada back-formation, male Portuguese piexe-dorado] ichthyoid ancestral to fish and goldfish

dove: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] pidgeon, see barb, dove, nun, pouter, roller

downed hog: [hounddog spoonerism] burrowing porcoid

dóya: [Cherokee Tsalagi] beaver

doyouthinkhesaurus: ["Do you think he saw us?"] nearsighted male pterosaur from Godville

doyouthinkshesaurus: ["Do you think she saw us?"] nearsighted female pterosaur from Godville

dozer: [Terra Monster RPG] rotund burrower from Terrarium

dracoid: dragon-like creature, in winged lizard (pterosaur) and monster lizard (dinosaur) varieties

draak: ["Beasts of the Underworld" by Kurt Mahr] gengineered 5-m arachnoid with dozens of rope-like legs, ir vision, black fur from Afzot

draconis: [OviPets] egg-laying dracoid

dracuc: [Catalan drac-cuc portmanteau] dragon-worm, larval form of metamorphosizing dracoid

dragoff: [dragon back-formation] dragon predator

dragon: hellfire-breathing serpent in flying [Isa. 14:29] and non-flying [Num. 21:6] varieties

dragon bird: [Perry Rhodan] serpentoid from Campopas (Sheneka II)

dragoneye: ["False Flag" by Clark Darlton] large cetacean with 2-m, slightly hypnotic eyes from Okul, Sagittarius

dragonflare: [Terra Monster RPG] segmented, six-winged insectoid with hot tailbulb, see dragonfry, see Terrarium

dragonfly: ["dragonfly from another world", Adventures of the Fly] dragon-like hellfire-breathing, 5.5-m tall, 11-m long insectoid with purple skin, 4 legs, 2 heads, 2 wings; [Xanthian] small hellfire-breathing insectoid dragon from Xanth

dragonfry: [Terra Monster RPG] small, 4-winged insectoid with hot tailbulb, see dragonflare, from Terrarium

dragon horse: [Piers Anthony] rare creature with horse-like front and dragon-like rear from Xanth

dragonne: [Monstrous Compendium, Vol. 2 by David Cook, etal.] lion-like desert dracoid

dragonnewt: [White Bear and Red Moon by Greg Stafford] newt-like dracoid from Glorantha

dragon of the Up-and-Out: [“The Game of Rat and Dragon” by Cordwainer Smith, aka Rat] “hungry vortex of aliveness, hate and tenuous interstellar matter”, able to teleport a million miles in just under two milliseconds (virtual 2700c) and “tear the soul out of a body with its roots dripping”

dragonosaur: dragon-like dinosaur ["Save a Cave"]

dragon-slug: ["Star Wars" series by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson, Prophets of the Dark Side by Paul and Hollace Davids] slug-like lumni-spice eating cavern dweller from Hoth VI, Jedi galaxy

dragonsnail: [White Bear and Red Moon by Greg Stafford] snail-like dracoid from Glorantha

dragon turtle: dragon-like turtle (Odin's Quest by Cleon Jones)

draid: ["The Shadowless" by Horst Hoffmann] forest animal from Novatho, Jamondi cluster

drake: [Piers Anthony] small, ornate, but fierce and crafty hellfire-breathing dragon with large, streamlined wings from Xanth

drakken: [The Face of the Waters by Robert Silverberg] top predator -- with rammerhorn -- from the waterworld Hydros

drakrab: [Czech drak-krab portmanteau] dragon-crab, triphibious crustacean

Drallamese mallard: [palindrome] mallard-like ornithoid from Drallam system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

dram: [Armenian voskedram mondegreen] finch-like ornithoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

Drambon carpet: [Major Operation by James White] irridescent/translucent leech from Drambo (aka Meatball)

drang: ["The Monster From Krypton"] large, purple, flying serpentine with one white horn on dinoid head from Krypton, Rao system

drannit: vile, noisome, uncouth creature from the Farscape galaxy

dras: [Lithuanian gandras mondegreen] stork-like ornithoid from Ga (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

Drascue bacteria: [Encyclopedia Galactica] mutant starin that destroyed all organics on Drascue facility of Procyon (alpha Canis Majoris) IV

Dravidian firebird: ornithoid with shiny, metallic plumage

dread: [Piers Anthony] invisible monster with haunting voice, less terrorizing if named, from Xanth

dreamer: [“The Winged Dreamers” by Jennifer Guttridge] furry, transparent-winged flier that “exists for living their dreams”, telepathic gestalt on Durban’s world or [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] puffbird from Brazil

drebbin: [The Courtship of Princess Leia] horned predator of rancors

dreemer: ["In the Land of Dreemer" by H. G. Francis] 1.5-m, green scaly, beaver-like amphibian with mole-like head with moose-antler-like sideblades, 6 limbs from Clearwater

dreeemer bear: ["In the Land of Dreemer" by H. G. Francis] 9-m, grizzly-like predator with 6 legs, large fangs, 2 spines on skull from Clearwater

drefiala: [fandrefiala mondegreen] spear-headed snake from Fa (iota Orionis) system

dreh: [dreh herd palindrome] herding ruminant

dreizebra: [Germ. trizebra, aka hexacamel, fairy chess] 6-legged black-and-white-striped camelopardian

drekavac: [Slavic “yeller”] dog- or fox-like caninoid with kangaroo-like legs from Kriavicka river, including krilati (winged) and long-necked vira (whirlpool) varieties

drella: ["Wolf in the Fold" by Robert Bloch] love-eater from Canopus (alpha Carinae) V aka [wandrella mondegreen] Wa (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

dremetze: ["Operation CV Embinium" by Horst Hoffmann] felinoid predator from Akron

drezup: ["The Setchenen" by Susan Schwartz] heat-seeking, palm-sized, poisonous stinging, brown fly-like nocturnal predator from Quarantimo, Salmenghast galaxy

Dribgno bird: [palindrome] singing ornithoid from Dribgno system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

drig: [“Squirrel Cage” by Robert Sheckley] predator that eats slegs from Seer

driggist: ["Face To Face With Planet Scanodon" by Rocky Strone] aka trundle bed, mobile as larva, from Scanodon

drillbit: [The Integral Trees by Larry Niven] dangerous parasite from Smoke Ring, LeVoy's star ship

driller-dragon: [A Hero's Guide to Deadly Dragons by Hiccup Haddock III] black, winged dragon with swiveling drill-like nosehorn from Barbarian archipelago

driver dragon: [A Hero's Guide to Deadly Dragons by Hiccup Haddock III] enormous white dragon with sabre-like fangs and headspikes from Barbarian archipelago

drillrat: [“Robot Hugs”] rat-like rodentoid with drillsnout

drogg: ["The Soul Hoarders" by Leo Lukas] multifunctional cyban from Intrawelt

drohs: ["The Great Silence" by Marianne Sydow] manipulative and senging symbiot in banditry, see nyzel, farrn

drok: ["Flash Gordon” series] stegosauroid from Mongo

dromaeosaur: ["running lizard", A Field Guide to Dinosaurs by Henry Gee and Luis V. Rey, Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] bird-like dinosaur with relatively large teeth, including bambiraptor, rahonavis, sinornithosaur, deinonychus (or velociraptor), utahraptor

dromiceiomimus: ["emu-mimic", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 4-m ornithomimosaur

dromomeryx: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] deer relative with bony horn cones that diversified in Miocene, see cranioceras, Douglass' deer, Gregory's deerlet, Lull's deerlet, procranioceras, Rak's deer, sinclairomeryx, Sinclair's deer

dromornis: ["running bird", After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] 3-m flightless bird from Miocene

dromozoon: [“A Planet Named Shayol” by Cordwainer Smith] mutagenic parasite from Shayol

droon: [Border Princes by Dan Abnett] small, long-legged, dark blue sinus-cavity-dwelling insects hatching from pale blue eyes

dropbear: large, vicious carnivorous koala from Australia

drork: [drok-rork portmanteau] monstrous stegasauroid

droth: [Superman mythos] large, sea ornithoid that feeds on silten sea weed from Krypton, Rao system

droub: ["The First" by Peg Robinson] jumping creature from Shadrasi's world

droub-avit: ["The First" by Peg Robinson"] steed of the Shadrasi

dryopithecus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] European primate vanished in Miocene

dryworm: [“Who Mourns for Adonais?" by Gilbert Ralston] giant worm-like creature from Antos IV

drywystrys: [Welsh dryw-wystrys portmanteau] barnacle goose-like wren-oyster from Pharr, Farpt system, Galaxiki galaxy

dryx: [an ondryx mondegreen] off-white antlered herd creature (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

dschiggetai: ["In the Light of Vega" by Christopher Montillon] ass from Asia

dsipraen: [Perry Rhodan] house-sized creature with 50 long tentacles tipped with suckers and drillbits from Jaimbor, Mbor system, Hercules cluster

duan: [Bill Gibbons] larger than ropen with phosphorescent underbelly and bony crest like pteranodon

dubb: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] bear from Syria

duckbill: see hadrosaur

ducrot: ["Formula of Death" by Hans Kneifer] lizard-like predator whose scales are used as currency from Capucinu

dugerún: [Perry Rhodan] beetle-like insectoid from Bench, Heperés system

dugbog: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] log-like amphibian with webbed paws, sharp teeth that eats mandrakes

duglithen: ["Robot City" by H. G. Ewers] omnivore like gray-brown whip-like cords

dugong: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sea cow, see manatee

duesp: [pseudoduesp palindrome] predator mimicked by pseudoduesp prey

duirg: ["Bastion of Parrakh" by Michael Nagula] rust-colored, oval, grooming louse-like insectoid from Roewis, Nubecula

duitra: ["The Ambergris Element" by Margaret Armen] aka sur-snake, red tentacled, whale-sized venomous sea monster from Argo

dula: [sardula mondegreen] horned lion ancestor (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

dullahan: headless undead monster from Ireland

dumbo: [The Integral Trees by Larry Niven] dangerous predator in Smoke Ring, LeVoy's system

dump creature: [Fortean Times] 5-cm fuzzy worm woth blue eyes

dun: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] May fly

dung furry: ["Rhodan Times a Thousand" by Hans Kneifel] fist-sized scavenger of giant snail dung from Trafalgar (fka Magadona), Victory system, Demetria cluster

dun pudding: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] desert-adapted pudding-thick ooze, not related to dun

duocorn: [The Stars Are Ours by Andre Norton] blue-gray unicorn-like creature with two silver horns from Astra, Deutero-Sol II

dū paikar: 2-faced sea monster from China Sea

duplgoose: [Amazing Logic Puzzles by Norman D. Willis] goose-like ornithoid that lays eggs in pairs from Dranac

duppypog: [puppydog spoonerism] small caninoid related to even smaller poggle

durdon: ["The Dreamers of Oth" by Marianne Sydow] giant lion-like felinoid from Pthor

duriel: caterpillar-like insectoid

durkii: [“Droids” series] hideous, 3-m reptilian megapodan with baboon face

dünon: ["The Instinct Warrior" by H. G. Francis] arachnoid predator, prey of instinct warrior from Zentapher

Duriel caterpillar: ["Covenant of Dealer" by Rüdiger Schäfer] voracious 9-segmented caterpillar-like insectoid from Duriel V

duroc: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] red pig

durok: [“Battle for Alana” by Bernie Krigstein] steed adapted to icy cold

durtle: [turtle dove spoonerism] cliff-dwelling winged tove

durzog: [The Elder Scrolls III: Tribunal] powerful reptilian with slashing claws and sharp teeth

duschio: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] seabird

dusk amoeba: 50-m space amoeba from planetless Cathex Som system, aka Dusk, Galaxiki galaxy

dusk beast: [Manual of the Planes by Jeff Grubb, etal.] 2-headed, human-sized shadow-lizard

dust bunny: see ashi-magari, [Godville] rabbit-like desert lizard

duster: [“The Parasite Planet” by Stanley G. Weinbaum] giant moth-like insectoid

dustosaur: giant ashi-magari-like creature

dust waiburn: [Tokyo Mew Mew] gengineered moth-like insect that spreads poison dust from its wings

dwhale: [land whale mondegreen] large carnivore from La, moon of Dea, Noon-Dae system, Galaxiki galaxy

dwarf megalosaur: [The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] island subspecies about a third the size of normal megalosaur

dwarfsnouter: [The Snouters by Harald Stümpke] small sand-dwelling snouter from Wisi-Wise, Hi-Yi-Yi Islands

dwark: [Thongor series by Lin Carter] large tyrannosaur-like jungle sauroid

dwarmari: [Perry Rhodan] wingless (except for queen) ant-like, omnivorous insectoid with venomous string, including pygmy variety, from Taloris, Hayok system

drassonax: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] bear-like pinniped ancestor

Dylan Thomas sheep: ["The Return of the Kangaroo Rex" by Janet Kagat] blue-wooled sheep adapted to Mirabile

dyna: [dynamite mondegreen] small, but powerfully toxic insectoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

dyryth: [Pellucidar series by Edgar Rice Burroughs] arboreal, sloth-like, elephant-sized shaggy-haired herbivore with bark-slashing claws, defensive tail

dze: [Navaho] elk

dzi: [sardzi mondegreen] spider-horse ancestor (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

dzizh: [Armenian dzi-izh portmanteau] horse-cobra, dracoid with horse hooves, mane and tail

dzuko: ["Where the Gods Live" by E. G. Ewers and "Dying Worlds" by Hans Kneifel] gnu-like mount with cow-like head, antelope legs from Koetanor Delp, Myrguuk system

E

e'rrh: [i-less ei'rrh] poisonous hummingbird-like cave ornithoid from Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

ea: [argea mondegreen] gray, arboreal hexapod (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

eagull: [eagle-gull portmanteau] orinthoid with long wings, webbed feet, hooked beak and sharp eyesight

earfin: [earwing extrapolation] flightless, aquatic earwalker with ears adapted for swimming

earleaper: [earwing extrapolation] flightless earwing with ears adapted for leaping

earwalker: [earwing extrapolation] flightless earwing with ears adapter for walking

earwing: [The Snouters by Harald Stümpke] hummingbird-like, iridescent snout leaper with large ears adapted for gliding, vestigial tail from Hi-Yi-Yi Islands

earthbat: [Robot Hugs] dracoid with earthworm-like body and bat-like wings

earthborer: ["The Puppets of Areffa" by Peter Griese] like brown, egg-laying cross between rabbit and Plophos mole that communicated by beeping with yellow larva with 24 legs, protruding eyes and paddle-like teeth from Areffa, Manam Turu galaxy

earthsnake: ["Red Sun over Ruby" by Detlev G. Winter] 2-m burrowing serpentoid from Ruby (Omega II)

earthzwack: ["Spaceship Sol in Need" by William Voltz and Peter Griese] mouse-like rodentoid on Sol

ebek: [nebek elision] hairy tyger-like felinoid

Ebirah: [“Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster”] 110-m lobster from Letchi Island

ebma: [amber ebma palindrome] orangish yellow creature

ebmul: [Crayola lumber ebmul palindrome] pale tan creature

ebur: [ruber ebur palindrome] purplish ruby creature

ebye: [Afrikaans perdebye mondegreen] hornet-horse pegasoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

ec: [Czechoslovakian kanec mondegreen] boar-like porcoid from Ka, moon of Phyver, Neccoit's system, Galaxiki galaxy or [Slovenian pišcanec mondegreen] chicken-like ornithoid from Pišca (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

ecalypse: [Manual of the Planes by Jeff Grubb, etal.] shadow-equinoid

echid gnat: [echidna-gnat portmanteau mondegreen] echidna-like gnat with spines, slender snout

echidna: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] porcupine anteater

echis: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] viper

Ecimese mouse: [Ecimese mice palindrome] rodentoid from Ecim, related to Esuomese mouse

eclipse fish: [Thai pla rahu, River Monsters by Jeremy Wade] 90-kg sea and river stingray

ecnednepedni: [independence ecnednepedni palindrome] grayish blue creature

ecoceras: [sarecoceras mondegreen] beastly deer (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

ecroo: [ecru 'roo portmanteau] yellowish-gray macropodan

ecup: [puce ("flea") ecup palindrome] dark red to grayish purple creature

edac: [cadet edac palindrome] cadet gray creature

edan: [Nadeshikan Akih's edan palindrome] pink creature from Akih system

edednod: [dandelion oil edednod palindrome] yellowish creature noted for oily secretion

edentate: includes sloths, armadillos and anteaters

edgehog: [fairy chess, array of hedgehogs spoonerism, “A Harray of Edgehogs”] cliff edge-dwelling porcoid

Edge wraith: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] ferocious, white chiropteran

ed-log: [golden ed-log palindrome] log-like creature in golden (white with brown tips), see orn

edmontosaur: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] ornithopod descendant

ednad: [dandelion oil ednad palindrome] dandelion yellow creature, source of ednad oil

edne: [lavender edne val palindrome] purplish val

edraeb: [bearded edraeb portmanteau] bearded male goat-like ruminant, see eldraeb

edrornj: [red-orange spoonerism] red-orange creature

edspu: [Upsdell edspu palindrome] brownish red creature

edwoh: [edwoh chowder”, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] food molluscoid

edyenoh: [honeydew edyenoh palindrome] pale green creature

Eefian hfeeder: [“Red Eef’s Hfeeder”] red hydrogen-eating creature from Eef

eed: [deer eed palindrome] deer brown creature

eedle: [needlefish elision] small, swordfish-like ichthyoid from Atnam, moon of Tamanta, Stamanta system, Galaxiki galaxy

eeh: [Crayola sheen eehs palindrome] light green creature

eek: [keel eek palindrome] screaching, red ocher creature, see eik, evit

eela: [waheela (bear-dog) mondegreen] warg-like dog (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

eelbird: [“Amok Time” by Theodore Sturgeon] 9-meter, dracoid with snake-like body, feathery wings and tail, 2 large clawed legs, light prismatic blue underbelly, noted for its 11-yr migration to western caves from Arodi (Regulus A V)

eelddar: [raddle eelddar palindrome] red ocher eel-like watersnake, see eelddur

eelddur: [ruddle eelddur palindrome] red ocher eel-like watersnake, see eelddar

eelephant: [eel-elephant portmanteau] elephant-like quadruped with serpentine “trunk”

eelk: [eel-elk portmanteau] large grayish-brown ruminant with long branching antlers and serpentine tongue

eelpard: [Afrikaans/Dutch kameelpard mondegreen] eel-like seahorse ancestral to giraffe from Kam (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

eendief: [Afrikaans eend-dief portmanteau] duck-ferret, burrowing and aquatic griffinoid

eeno: [The Legend of Zelda] small, snow creature of Termina, able to meld and split

eerg: [neon green eerg noen palindrome] green noen

eessacir: [“eessacir fricassee”, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] food animal

eew: [eew srettib, eew elbmut palindromes] see srettib, elbmut

éfac: [café au lait ialua éfac, café noir ion éfac palindromes] brown creature, in ialed and ion varieties

effoc: [coffee effoc palindrome] coffee brown creature

efreet: ["Tales of the Outer Planets" ed. by Gary L. Thomas] Outer Planet creature

eft: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] newt, see evet, triton

egassa sarphagum: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] 15-m jellyfish-like creature with 150-km mat, related to sarmus, from Dakka, Neptune system

egasua: [“egasua sausage”, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] food porcoid related to azzi

eglo: [bereglo mondegreen] gnawing mammal

egdirbmac: [Cambridge egdirbmac palindrome] pale blue creature

egdod: [Dodger egdod palindrome] Dodger blue creature

Egian snake: [Eg’s Ge palindrome] ge-like amphisbæna from Eg's star, discovered by Gen. Eg (Ed Igrat's Star Guide)

egnig: [ginger egnig palindrome] yellow-orange creature without black

egret: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wading bird, see ibis, rail, crane, heron, stilt, avocet, avoset, jacana, flamingo

ehco: [ocher ehco palindrome] yellow creature

ehctolb: [blotched ehctolb palindrome] blotchy ohco

ehsae: [seashell ehsaes palindrome] pale pinkish off-white creature

ehsgge: [eggshell ehsgge palindrome] off-white creature

ei’rrh: [nei’rrh elision] poisonous hummingbird-like ornithoid

eider: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sea duck, see cooyt, scaup, scoter

eight-biter: ["In the Realm of the Torture King" by Clark Darlton"] small, but voracious, 8-legged insectoids with strong mandibles from Gaberaan

eight-clawed bear: ["Demon of the Red Dwarf" by Ernst Vlcek] delicacy food animal from frozen wastes Ottoljim

Eihcoopian snake: [Eihcoop’s Poochie palindrome] poochie-like amphisbæna from Eihcoop

eik: [kiel eik palindrome] screaching, red ocher arachnoid, see eek, evit, a-beyn, zech

eika-beyn: ["The Death of a Magniden" by Hans Kneifel] palm-sized arachnoid

eikzech: ["The Goddess of the Symbionts" by H. G. Ewers] 25-m, armored predator with 8 column-like legs, arched back, inflatable cheeks, horns and poison gas-emitting tubes that sucks out dissolved interiors of prey from Tonturst (Lignan II)

Eipgamese magpie: [palindrome] magpie-like ornithoid from Eipgam (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

eipto: [“eipto pot pie”, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] food animal

eirf: [“fried eirf” ”, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] food animal related to rettab from Pharr, Farpt system, Galaxiki galaxy

eirrac: [carrier eirrac palindrome] pigeon-like ornithoid

ej: [jet ej palindrome] black creature

ejdra: [Dutch ejdra ape-ez zeepaardje palindrome] ape-like sea-centauroid descended from seahorse from Socea, moon of Fyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

ejiron: [nejiron elision] rock-like, underground-dwelling lumbering, rolling, explosive creature

ejron: [i-less ejiron] rock-like creature from Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

ek: [ek elision] caninoid with 3-clawed feet, sold on black market for nek

Ekagretran snake: [Ekagretran snartergake palindrome] snartergake-like amphisbæna from Ekagretra, moon of from Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

Ekan snake: [mynynym] serpentine reptile from Eka peninsula, Snowi, Nejstea system, Galaxiki galaxy

Ekcu’s rat: [“Star-suckers’ Sr. Ekcu’s rats”] pack-hunting star-sucker predator

ekcit: [ticked ekcit palindrome] creature with ticked markings

eknod: [donkey eknod palindrome] donkey brown creature

ekomata: [nekomata elision] 2-tailed monster cat

el: [Romanian catel mondegreen] felinoid producing puppy-like young (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

elacroc: [“The Cryer of Crystal” by Joseph Green] big as an elephant with teeth like a crocodile from Crystal

ela-egel: [Perry Rhodan] marine ectoparacite

elagnit: [elagnit hgin nightingale palindrome, galaxiki.org] variety of hgin from Acgaqa, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's syste, Galaxiki galaxy

elaps: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] garter snake from S. Africa

elasmosaur: long-necked plesiosaur

elb: [bubbles elb bub palindrome] pale blue creature related to bub, ugelb

elba: [sable elbas palindrome] black creature

el-bat: [stable el-bats palindrome] riding chiropteran

elbisivni: [invisible elbisivni palindrome] sometimes invisible creature

elbmut: [tumbleweed eew elbmut palindrome] pale orange eew

elbow leech: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Swamp”] large segmented leech with white dot per segment

elbowalker: [snouter extrapolation] snouter with atrophied legs and nasarium adapted to walking on elbows to free its hands for grabbing prey

elbram: [marbled elbram portmanteau] furry creature with wholrs and spiral markings and other varieties from Draapaa, Albina system, Galaxiki galaxy

eldoo: [“eldoo-noodle soup”, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] food ornithoid

eldraeb: [beardless eldraeb portmanteau] beardless female goat-like ruminant, see edraeb

elea-ina: swarming ant-like insectoid from Zonder-Myry

electripine: [Terra Monster RPG] small quadruped with electromagnetic barbs, see sporkupine, from Terrarium

electrotter: [Monster Galaxy] moga with z-shaped tail, evolves into spwinder from Gemini constellation

elenu: [The Howling Stones by Alan Dean Foster] ichthyoid from Parramat archipelago, Senisran

elephant-bee: [Through the Looking-glass and What Alice Found There by Lewis Carroll] insect with nectar-gathering proboscis from Looking-glass world

elephant-bird: [Atkanda-lihiniya] huge bird able to hold elephants in talons, from Sri Lanka and Nepal, see rukh,

elephant bird: aka aepyornis, large flightless bird from Madagascar

elephant-fish: [Hindi] fish with elephant-like head and forelegs

elephant koi: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Warriors of Kyoshi”] 12-m orange and yellow koi fish

elephant rat: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “Avatar Day”] small, black rodent with elephant-like trunk, raccoon-like white-ringed eyes

elephant-tiger: [1001 Arabian Nights] tiger-like felinoid with elephantine head and wings

élephantortue: [élephant-tortueportmanteau, Another World by Jean-Ignace-Isidore Gérard] elephanturtle, carapaced pachyderm

elephent: [elephant-ent portmanteau] see nicor

eleroo: [Wuz series by Douglas Hutchison] elephantine megapodan from Wuz

eft: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] small lizard from Europe, see gecko

egger: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] moth

eksam: [masked eksam palindrome] creature with dark raccoon-like marking around eyes

elaphine: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] red deer

elec: [celestial Ait's elec palindrome] celestial blue creature from Ait

electrex: [Monster Legends] electrical land eel with spikes

eles: [ateles mondegreen] light brown spider monkey (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

elgnuj: [jungle elgnuj palindrome] jungle-adapted creature

elgnap: [spangled elgnaps palindrome] spotted (spangled, maculate) creature

eliob: [“boiled eliob”, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] food crustacean

elirroh: [horrible elirroh palindrome] monstrous creature

Elizabth Lake monster: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] bat-winged griffinoid from Elizabeth Lake, CA

elk-coon: [Gene L. Coon pun] creature with elk-like head and coon-like body from Gea

elk-lizard: from Pola ("Queen of the Panther World" by Berkeley Livingston)

ellf: [i-less ellif] cave insectoid from Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

ellif: [Welsh ellifant mondegreen] large insectoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

ellik: [killer ellik palindrome] carnivorous elk-like predator

ellim: [smitten ellims palindrome] dark pinkish purple rekab prey

Elmendorf monster: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] short, mottled bluish-gray caninoid with overbite from S. Texas

eloiv: [violet eloiv palindrome] violet creature

elolan: massive, purple herbivore from Pakuri, Takrone system, Ambriador galaxy

elppa: [apple elppa palindrome] chartreuse-like green variety of ydnac

elprup: [purple elprup palindrome] purple creature

elrac: [scarlet elracs mondegreen] orangish red creature

elrah: [harlequin iuq elrah, Nacridone Nodirca iuq palindromes] yellowish green iuq from Nodirca system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

elsiap: [paisley elsiap palindrome] paisley creature

elsie: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] humped lake snake from Lake Elsinnore, CA

elt: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] young pig, see grice

eltrym: [myrtle eltrym palindrome] greenish creature

eltsiht: [thistle eltsiht palindrome] pale purplish creature

Elttan snake: [Elttan snattle palindrome] snattle-like amphisbæna from Eltta system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

elttob: [bottle elttob palindrome] bottle green creature

elttom: [mottled elttom palindrome] mottled creature

Elumese mule: [mynynym] mule-like eguinoid from Elum system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

elysia: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sea slug, see doto

elytratker: ["The End of the Crib" by H. G. Francis] arachnoid from Alkordoom galaxy

elzzadelzzar: [Crayola razzle dazzle elzzadelzzar palindrome] magenta-rose creature

emac: [cameo emac] creature with red-tipped white hair or [camel emac palindrome] light brown creature

emarac: [caramel emarac] creature with gray-pinkish (blue-fawn) fur

embrac: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, Jonathan Tweet and Monte Cook] illithidae variant

embrithopod: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] see arsinothere

em(e)u: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] ostrich-like bird, see ratite

emh: [“The Altar of Redemption” by Anne Laurie Logan] large creature of the jauneans

emis: [nemis elision] mosquitoid from Ta

emmet: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] pismire ant

emmop: [pomme emmop] mop-like creature with green spots

emmu: [summer emmus portmanteau] hibernating emu-like ornithoid

emoester: [Afrikaans emoe-oester portmanteau] emu-oyster, barnacle goose-like ornithoid

emoose: [emu-moose portmanteau] shaggy quadruped with moose-like body and antlers and emu-like neck and head

em sponge: 30-cm lenticular creature with fine hair-like suckered tentacles, symbiotic with omnivorous em amoebae from Emshen cluster, Canis Venatici

emyd: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] terrapin or fresh water tortoise

emydosaur: turtle-lizard

emys: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] marsh tortoise

en: [nen elision] dove-like ornithoid

enantiornis: ["opposite bird", The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] misidentified as non-avian dinosaur, small swallow-sized with characteristic backward feet

encephalophant: ["The Prospectors of Cigro" by Peter Terrid] 6-m, gray-white shimmering clump with photosynthetic tail, hundreds of small legs, used for propecting, transportation and shelter from Cigro, Manam Turu galaxy

endac: [Croatian crvendac mondegreen] aka enka (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

endrop: [Physiologus] half-horse half-fish from Rumania

energy creature: ["The Ordeals of Dimension Z" by Leo Dorfman] energy creature from Z dimension

energy-leech: ["Call of the Cosmos" by Cary Burkett] energy-draining parasite threatening Shatou

energy monster: [WordGirl: "Becky and the Bard", "The Birthday Girl's Monstrous Gift"] living electricity

energy police: [Secret Satellite Troy by K. H. Scheer] from planet-sized crystal Moby

energy vampire: cave-dwelling ergovore from M

enfield: [“Xoology” by Kittenbaker] creature with fox-like head, greyhound-like chest, eagle-like, wolf-like legs and tail from Szurane

eng: [ateng mondegreen] light brown bision-like ruminant (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

engapmahc: [champagne engapmahc palindrome] buff-cream (slightly pale to very pale reddish) creature

enil: [linen enil palindrome] white creature

enka: [Czech cervenka mondegreen] robin-worm, aka endac, ornithoid with worm-like larva (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

Enki ape: [Estonian Enki ape-hak kahepaikhe portmanteau] pongoid ancestral to hak becomes amphibious from Enki, moon of Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

enleipäpuun: see Nek’s enleipäpuun

ennedi: [Here Be Monsters almanac] striped sabertoothed cat from Chad

énnet: [tenné énnet palindrome] tawny creature

ENO: [Enormous Space Octopus acronym] space octopus used for space travel

enoh: [honey enoh palindrome] ruddy brown creature

enottub: [buttoned enottub palindrome] creature belly patches

enrag: [garnet enrag palindrome] creature in dark red or brown, black, green yellow varieties, but not blue

enroc: [Cornell enroc palindrome] Cornell brownish red roc

enroh: [horned enroh palindrome] horned creature

entelodont: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] pig-like artiodactyl with bony warts on lower jaws from Priabonian age

enterorrrhinus: [The Snouters by Harald Stümpke] allsnouter with ciliated epithelium

eohippo: eohippoid from Noy, Cihpma system, Galaxiki galaxy

eohippus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] hyrax-like 3-toed perissodactyl mistaken for Eocene horse

eon: [pigeon mondegreen] pig-pigeon griffinoid ancestral to pig and pigeon from Adiusa, Goodiusa system, Galaxiki galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

eon-coral: [neon-coral elision] long-lived brilliantly glowing sea creatures living in colonies from Snobaal, Laabon system, Galaxiki galaxy

eopie: ["The Gugan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] short-trunked cameloid herd beast of burden from Jedi galaxy

eotyrannus: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 8-m tyrannosaurid with long arms and fingers from Eurasian jungles

eozoon: [John William Dawson] giant foraminiferan

ep: [torep back-formation] predatory bull-bird

épagneul-tortue: [Another World by Jean-Ignace-Isidore Gérard] carapaced spaniel-like caninoid

Epan ape: [mynynym] Janus-headed pongoid from Epa system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

epihippo: eohippoid from Noy, Cihpma system, Galaxiki galaxy

epidendrosaur: ["on-tree lizard", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] scansoriopterygid with grub-grabbing finger

epihippus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] beagle-sized three-toed horse from middle Eocene

epirt: [striped epirt, pinstriped epirtsnip palindromes] creature with thin stripes that eats epirpsnips

epmi: [imperial air epmi palindrome] purple aerial creature

Epoletnan antelope: [mynynym] horned ruminant from Epoletna system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

eppek: [keppel palindrome] cyan-like creature

eppoc: [copper eppoc palindrome] reddish brown creature, see ynnepr, derr, esorr

equiflora: [Outernauts RPG] green, horned equinoid planimal

equinair: [Terra Monster RPG] small equiness from Terrarium

equiness: [Terra Monster RPG] flying pink equinine with green eyes, white mane and tail, rear anklewings from Terrarium

equinox: [equine-ox portmanteau] horse-like bovine

equuleusaur: small, horse-like dinosaur from Equuleus

er: [red er palindrome] red ornithoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

eralc: [claret eralc palindrome] claret wine-colored purple creature

erank: ["The Planet-lock" by Marianne Sydow] large, scaly sea horse from Guhmo (Nurshug IV), Black galaxy

Erazodnan snake: [Erazodna tandozare palindrome] tandozare-like amphisbæna from Erazodna

erca: [sacred ercas palindrome] animals used in ritual sacrifices

erd: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] shrew, see tartar

erdkat: [Afrikaans seekat antonym] land octopus, non-aquatic cat-like cephalopodan, see octopuss

erdmeeu: [Afrikaans seemeeu back-formation] burrowing cuckoo-like ornithoid

erehtothere: [mynynym] aka beast from Ereht system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

erekcam: [mackerel erekcam palindrome] creature with thin vertical stripes

ereltra: [antlered ereltra palindrome] antlered creature

eremothere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] 6.3-m ground sloth from Pleistocene

ereppik: [“kippered ereppik”, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] food ichthyoid

erf: [nerf elision] domesticated herbivore breed for meat and pelts

erffaz: [zaffre erffaz palindrom] blue erf predator

erg: [greater eta erg palindrome] erg, especially large worm from eta Majoris, see essel

ergal: [at mondegreen] light brown nightingale-like ornithoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

erhco: [ochre erhco palindrome] pale brownish-yellow creature

eri(a): [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] silkworm from Assam

erif: [fire engine nigne erif, firebrick cirb erif palindrome] red creature, see nigne, cirb

erlikosaur: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 6-m therizinosaur with peg-like teeth, long snout

erllen: [Cornell red erllen roc palindrome] red roc

ern(e): [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sea eagle, see gull, skua, scaup, tern, fulmar, gannet, petrel, scoter

ernanodon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] sloth-like from Cenozoic

erovore: [mynynym] eros-eater

erowl: [generowl back-formation] eagle-goose ornithoid

erpillar: [caterpillar mondegreen] larval felinoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

erro: [sorrel erros palindrome] brownish-orange to light brown creature, see omannic

ert: [tree ert palindrome, galaxiki.org] arboreal creature from Troctopia, Qujhtba system, Galaxiki galaxy, see ert sib

Ertrus bear: ["Radio Free Ertrus" by Robert Feldhoff] 1.2-m, 4-T ursinoid from Ertrus (Kreit III)

Ertrus centipede: ["The Rat of the Jersey City" by Frank Böhmert] 20-cm, red, blue and green, centipede-like nocturnal pest with poisonous bite adapted to high pressure from Ertrus (Kreit III)

Ertrus gnu: [Alpha Alarm by H. G. Francis] gnu gengineered for Ertus (Kreit III)

erua: [aureolin ilo erua palindrome] yellow creature associated with ilo, see erual

erual: [laurel erual palindrome] greenish erua-like creature

erumpent: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] gray rhinoid with explosive horn and rope-like tail

erro: [sorrel erros palindrome] reddish-brown creature, see omannic

ERRV: [endogenous retroretrovirus, The Land That Time Forgot by Edgar Rice Burroughs] virus that reverses ERV's "reboot"

ERV: [endogenous retrovirus, "Martian Autumn" by Stephen Baxter] virus causing "reboot" to ancestral form when triggered by ecocatastrophe

eryx: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sand snake or ["Base Thunder God" by H. G. Francis] predator spider-snake with 6 multi-faceted eyes and pinchers, 8 gray, hairy legs, greenish scales

Esara bat: [Catalan esarabat mondegreen] roach-like bat from Esara, moon of Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

esarb: [i-less esiarb] food animal from Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

esbröd: [nesbröd elision] aka esbrød [esbrød], locust-like insectoid

escargot-phaléne: [Another World by Jean-Ignace-Isidore Gérard] snail-headed moth

escolar: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] oilfish

esd: [moonesd mondegreen] cow-like bovinoid from moon (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

ésg: [kananésg mondegreen] spider from Kana (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

esher: [The Dumb Robot by Hans Kneifel] serpentoid from Chephren Nova, Pharaoh system

esiarb: [“braised esiarb”, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] food animal

Eskarian oviparum: [Investigations by Jerri Taylor] oviparous creature of Eskar, Delta Quadrant

eskirte: ["Mountain Mage" by Clark Darlton] 3-m, grizzly-like ursinoid from Pthor

esmarg: ["The Sun's Death" by Uwe Anton] parasitic, swamp-dwelling scavenger from Holter

Esoomese moose: [mynynym] moose-like ruminant from Esoom system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

espeed: [deep sea espeed palindrome] fast, psychic creature of the ocean depths from Snobaal, Laabon system, Galaxiki galaxy

ess: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] S-shaped worm, see tinea

essel: [lesser essel palindrome] greater and lesser varieties of ess from eta Minoris, see erg

esserp: [“pressed esserp”, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] food serpentoid from Snowi, Nejstea system, Galaxiki galaxy

esset: [nesset elision] venomous 3-fanged serpentinoid

esupam: ["Rescue Operation Tekayl" by H. G. Francis] very poisonous serpentoid

essur: [russet essur palindrome] reddish-orange brown creature

Esuomese mouse: [mynynym] rodentoid, related to Ecimese mouse, from Esuom, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

et: [Norwegian manet mondegreen] jellyfish-like sea creature from Ma, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

etch: [netch elision] herd air jellyfish-like creature that hovers

etee: [eter mondegreen] non-jellyfish-like sea creature from Ma, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

etekcol: [locketed etekcol palindrome] creature with white chest

eter: [Swedish maneter mondegreen] jellyfish-like et and etee predator from Ma, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

etfut: [tufted etfut portmanteau] creature in tufted and other varieies

Etibnegan snake: [Etibnegan agenbite palindrome] agenbite-like amphisbæna from Etinega

etjie: [Afrikaans verkleurmannetjie mondegreen] chameleon-like reptilian from Verkleurma (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

ētli: [Cherokee Tsalagi] mink

etserc: [crested etserc palindrome] creature noted for its crest

ettabtnuom: [Mountbatten ettabtnuom palindrome] grayish mauve creature, see tomylp

ette: [genette back-formation] goose-horse pegasoid

etter: silky-haired reddish-brown caninoid from Sirish

ettim: [mitted ettim palindrome] creature with white front paws

ettodaklop: [polka-dotted ettodaklap palindrome] creature with polka-dots

ettop: [spotted ettops palindrome] creature with spots

etvor: [Czech/Slovak netvor elision] monstrous creature

etwep: [pewter etwep palindrome] bluegray-silver creature

eucerathere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] shrub oxen from Pleistocene

eugno: [“eugno tongue”, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] food animal noted for tongue

eule-chat: [Another World by Jean-Ignace-Isidore Gérard] owl-headed, cat-bodied griffinoid

euparkeria: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] typical archosaur with possible antorbital air sac

euphonium swan: [trumpet swan back-formation] large tuba swan-like ornithoid with euphonium-like call

evaeb: [beaver evaeb palindrome] beaver brown creature

ever bird: [never bird elision] bird said to dwells in Heavenly Jerusalem

evet: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] newt, see eft, triton

evit: [tiver evit palindrome] screaching, red ocher ornithoid, see eik, eek

evillya: [Mushroom Planet series by Eleanor Cameron] insectoid from Basidium

evir: [river evir palindrome] hippopotamus-horse ancestral to horse and hippopotamus, related to aeco and ekal, from Socea, moon of Fyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

evli: [silver evlis palindrome] pale creature with dark tips

ewolf'n: [cornflower ewolf'n roc palindrome] cornflower blue roc

ewopdnap: [pomp and power ewopdnap mop palindrome] purplish mop-like creature

ewt: [newt elision] newt-like creature

ewyn: [babewyn mondegreen] blue pongoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

execution bird: ["Drang the Destroyer" by Leo Dorfman] avian from Cyclon

Exmoor beast: [exmoorotherium, Unexplained! by Jerome Clark] 2.4-meter, black or tan cat-like creature from Exmoor, Devonshire

exogyra: spirally-shaped oyster from Cretaceous

exterminator: [A Hero's Guide to Deadly Dragons by Hiccup Haddock III] semi-transparent, packhunting dragon with sword-talons and 2 hearts from Barbarian archipelago

eyas: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] unfledged bird

eyecleaner: ["Castle of Secrets" by H. G. Ewers] 50-cm, nocturnal animal from Dorkh

eye-lizard: see opthalmosaur

eyesaur: [Outernauts RPG] land cephalopodan with many eyestalks with red eyebrow-crests, walking tentacles

eyra: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wildcat from S. America

ez: [Dutch ejdra ape-ez zeepaardje portmanteau] ape-seahorse ancestral to ejdra and seahorse from Socea, moon of Fyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

ezkahla: ["The March through the Underworld" by Ernst Vlcek] large predator from Tratta

eznorb: [bronze eznorb palindrome] coppery brown to tawny buff ornithoid

F

F-4 virus: ["No Exit" by Kate Orman] deadly virus that leaves survivors sterile

f’tan: [“Seed of Reason” by Daniel Hatch] porcine from Chamal

fachen: shapeshifting creature, often black-feather-maned mare from Scotland or [galaxiki.org] from Sdrea, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

fafazon: ["Battle of Ferrol" by Michael Marcus Thurner] wild beast from Ferrol (Vega (alpha Lyrae) VIII)

fagah: ["The Children of the Robot" by H. G. Ewers] lizard from Vurla, Vurla system

fahigh: [buffahigh mondegreen] shaggy, lavender, long-horned, long-necked bovinoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

fairy: ["Rhodan Times a Thousand" by Hans Kneifel] nocturnal, swarming insectoid from Trafalgar (fka Magadona), Victory system, Demetria cluster

falanx: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] wolf-like predatory rodent

falcarius: ["sickle-maker", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 4-m early herbivorous therizonosaur

falcoff: [falcon back-formation] falcon predator

falconfly: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] large flutterbird-eating wasp with both grasping and slashing legs

falipa: ["The Psi-fighter" by Achim Mehnert] small, furry rodentoid from Trilith Okts homworld

falled-in: [dolphin spoonerism] amphibious cetacean

falok: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] falcon

falta: ["The Law of the Idols" by H. G. Francis] tiger-like, reddish-blue felinoid with 8 legs

faltcec: ["The Wrong Grossart" by Hans Kneifel] 16.3-cm, long-legged insectoid with 4 wings

faltechse: ["Planet of Storms" by Michelle Stern] basilisk-like two-headed bird predator from Thersunt

falumpaset: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin"] herd quadruped with distinctive bellow from Naboo swamps, Jedi galaxy

fambaa: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Christ McCubbin] large amphibious, herbivorous beast of burden from Jedi galaxy

fanamin-pitoloha: 7-headed hydra from Madagascar, see pitoloha

fanback: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] egg-laying sauroid with dorsal spine, lower-jaw tusks from Jedi galaxy

fandrefiala: spear-headed snake of Malagasy

fangryf: [fanged gryphon] winged creature from Merseia, between Betelgeuse and Rigel ("Day of Burning" by Poul Anderson)

fant: [Maltese iljunfant mondegreen] elephant-lion ancestral to lion and elephant or [buffant mondegreen] lavender elephantoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

faol: [“faol tae meatloaf” Koobkooc’s Cookbook] food animal related to sllab and tae

Far-Go chicken: ["Famine in Far-Go" by Michael Pricedeadly] radioactive, mutant chicken

Farmer City monster: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 2.4-m nape with yellow eyes from Farmer City, IL

farmian: [Terra Monster RPG] from Terrarium

farnoth: [“In the Walls from Eryx” by Howard Phillips Lovecraft and Kenneth Sterling] fly-like insectoid

farrn: ["The Great Silence" by Marianne Sydow] locomotive symbiot of banditry, see nyzel, drohs

fasticalon: ["Murder Under Glass" by Bob Liddel] beast immune to poisonous rose and hunted on Kilgari

fastiga: [“The Three-cornered Wheel” by Poul Anderson] long-eared, long-snouted equinoid from Ivanhoe system

fat bat: (Cloudstone) nearly flightless, square-shaped chiropteran

fathla: [Thongor series by Lin Carter] awful, cat-sized arboreal leech from Lemuria

fatoceros: ["L'il Abner" by Al Capp] bloated pachyderm vulnerable to addictive mockaroni

fatsnake: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] venomous viper-like cobra with enlarged baseball bat-like tail

fatty: [Syzygy and Brontomek by Michael G. Coney] tuna-like ichthyoid, primary food source of colonists from Arcadia

fatu-liva: [The Cruise of the Kawa by Walter E. Traprock (George Sheperd Crappel), museumofhoaxes.com by Alex Boese] square-egg-laying bird from Filbert Islands, see oo-er

faust: [Monster Galaxy] white pegasoid moga with purple

favvinta: ["The Dark Zero" by Rainer Castor] wrinkly, maneless, teleporting packrat-like baboonoid from Clurmertakh

fawcrish: [crawfish spoonerism] predatory crustacean from Snobaal, Laabon system, Galaxiki galaxy

faynaa: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] fast-moving, carnivorous lute-shaped ichthyoid from Jedi galaxy

faz: [Afrikaans/Dutch fazant mondegreen] feathered insectoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

feather boa: large, constricting snake with feathers

featherfoot: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] hopping desert rodent immune to plant toxins which it spits out for defense

feather-wing beetle: [Piers Anthony] insect with feather-like wings from Xanth

feeder: [“Fungi from Yuggoth” by Howard Phillips Lovecraft]fractal-dimensional like spiked sphere cluster, minion of Yog-Sothoth

Feejee mermaid: [P. T. Barnum] monkey-fish, primative ichthropoid

feem: [“Milk Run” by Robert Sheckley] noted for freezing-point parthenogenesis, like queel

fehed: [Dead Diver by Wim Vandermaan] blue lizard with long legs that spews sticky black prey-luring goo from Lepso, Firing system

feist: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] small dog, see pom, pug, peke, pup

fejl'n: ["Pilot of the Chaotarchs" by Leo Lukas] 6-legged racing caninoid from Hangay galaxy

feld: [German Feldlerche mondegreen] lark-like ornithoid from Adulala, moon of Fyver, Neccobit's syste, Galaxiki galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot0

felinodore: [Eyes of the Overworld by Jack Vance] felinoid

felisaur: cat-like lizard from Hiye (Koloris IV), Galaxiki galaxy

fell beast: [Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien] carrion-eating pterosaur-like steed of the Nazgûl

feltervi: ["Persecuted and Outlaws" by Falk-Ingo Klee] brown (summer), white (winter) mountain marten-like ornithoid from Arklard, Suuma system, Manam Turu (Krelquan) galaxy

fenar: [In the Hand of the Executioner" by Clark Darlton] reptilian from Zercasholpek

fêng-huang: [Chinese] beautifully feathered bird with enchanting cry, ssu ling of the South, see benu, phoenix

fennec fox: [Perry Rhodan] wolf-like caninoid from Chephren Nova, Pharaoh system

fenris: ["Rise of the Cynos" by H. G. Ewers] 40-cm, blue, shaggy canine with stubby tail, cropped ears from Kamash (Paternal VII)

fere: [The Dirdir, The Pnume by Jack Vance] dangerous gulch creature from Sibol

ferm: lake lizard that reproduces via symbiotic flies from Habitat (Iestonian Spiral IV), Galaxiki galaxy

Ferrol cat: [Odyssey series] turquoise and white cat with beard and golden eyes from Ferrol (Vega (alpha Lyrae) VIII)

feyr: [“Nothing to Fear” by Kevin N. Haw] large brain-like cephalopodan with many large, golden eyes and needle-toothed mouths, dies on exposure to sunlight unless a great feyr

fez ant: [pheasant mondegreen] burrowing insectoids whose hills are fez-shaped

ffes: [Welsh ffesant mondegreen] feathered insectoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

ffish: [flying fish spoonerism] two-headed mockingbird-like ichthyoid from Atnam, moon of Tamanta, Stamanta system, Galaxiki galaxy

ffoc: [coffee ffoc palindrome] coffee-colored creature

ffonagort: [“ffonagort Stroganoff”, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] beefy food animal

fibbee: [fibber back-formation] bee-like insectoid agitated when lied to

fiddler fly: [Piers Anthony] from Land of Flies, Xanth

field nickel: ["Quartier Lemurica" by Michael Marcus Thurner] edible, garden pest size of rodent's head from Arcane Raphan, Nagigal trinary system

fierson: [Jets*Rockets*Spacemen Trading Cards #89-90] ravenous, fanged ursinoid with apish face from Kroto, Sirius (alpha Canis Majoris) system

fiery horse: [Sirach 48:9] horse-like plasmoidal steed

fife swan: [trumpet swan back-formation] small flute swan-like ornithoid with fife-like call

filagin: [Azaerbaijani fil-lagin portmanteau] elephant-falcon, pegasoid with both wings and earwings pegasoid from Peggassa, Hippocrenea system, Galaxiki galaxy

filc: [cliff filc portmanteau] cliff-dwelling ornithoid

filcher: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, Jonathan Tweet and Monte Cook] white, interdimensional creature with dark green back and hands, 4 eyes and large stomach-mouth on torso, 2 eyes and round mouthhole on bauble-like head, 1 leg with 4 toes and 4 arms, usually found underground

fiil: ["Imperator of Akron" by Rainer Castor] space worm from Ay

fillt: ["In the Land of Beasts" by H. G. Francis] prey of orhil from Umshuyr (Netse-Tana II)

finchworm: [finch-inchworm portmanteau] flightless, legless ornithoid

fingal: [“Believer’s” by David Gerrold] noted for eggs

fing-er: [finger back-formation] pink segmented inchworm-like predator that fings

finger leech: [leech finger back-formation] leech fond of fingers, particularly ring finger

fingerprint fish: [Bardín the Superrealist by Max] fish with fingerprint-like markings

fingershell: [A Door into Ocean by Joan Slonczewsky] used to control fingershell parasites by colonists on Shora, the Ocean Moon from Valedon

fingerwalker: [snouter extrapolation] snouter adapted for walking on fingers with atrophied arms, legs and nasarium

finikor: [The Spawn of Fashan by Kirby Lee Davis] from Boosboodle

fin lizard: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] bipedal lizard with fin-like skinflaps

kip: [valkip mondegreen] red falcon-chicken (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

fipple swan: [trumpet swan back-formation] flute swan-like ornithoid

fird: [flock of birds spoonerism, “A Block of Firds”] ornithoid from cubical world Block

fireball: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] pig-eating, scarlet fire-breathing dragon from China

firebat: hellfiery chiropteran from Clodios (Iestonian Spiral VII), Galaxiki galaxy

fire beetle: [Jets*Rockets*Spacemen Trading Card #24] enormous insectoid with snake-like hypnotic powers and adapted to high temperatures

firebird: [“At the Zoo” by Rick Shelley] supergaudy pheasant-like ornithoid from Fennich; another from Orion VII; [The Reefs of Space by Frederik Pohl and Jack Williamson] multitudinous prey of the pyropods

firebug: ["Bug" by William Castle, Thomas Page, "The Nest"] mutant, fire-starting cockroach

fire bug: fiery insectoid from Zentapher

fire-crab: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] tortoise-like creature with gem-studded carapace that expels flaming methane from rear like gamera from Fiji

firedog: [Piers Anthony] fire-breathing, volcanically hot devil dog from Xanth; see hell hound

firedragon: ["Flash Gordon" by Frederick Stephani, George Plympton, Basil Dickey, Ella O'Neill, based on Alex Raymond's strip] hellfiery dracoid from Mongo

fire dragon: ["The Headquarters of the Irregulars" by Conrad Shepherd] winged dracoid with fire-generating organ from Boulktat (Boul III), Nubecula Minor

fire fly: ["The Power of the Sun" by H. G. Francis] deadly 2-m lizard with flame skin pattern from Ailand (aka Zwottertracht, Zwotta II)

firekong: [Monster Legends] hellfiery gorilla-like ape

firemouth: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] venomous moth

fire muräne: ["The Psi-fighter" by Arndt Drechler] dangerous sea creature from Trilith Okts homeworld

firenaught: [Terra Monster RPG] armored, winged insectoid predator, see firmitaur, from Terrarium

firepuppy: [Monster Legends] small hellhound

firequacker: [Rainbeau's Riddles and Rhymes] cross between duck and firefly

firesaur: [Monster Legends] hellfiery bipedal dinosaur

fire slug: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] poisonous slug from Brazil

firestilt: ["The Black Time" by Wim Vandermaan] creature from Jonathon, Jonah system, Charon nebula

firgel: [“Milk Run” by Robert Sheckley] big, croaking, cold-fixing lizard, become dormant with sudden temperature or pressure changes

firmitaur: [Terra Monster RPG] armored, armed, cave-dwelling hexapod with thick antennae, see firmian and firenaught, from Terrarium

first mast: [fourth mast back-formation] relative of fourth mast from Emeris, Sheel-Sen system

fischaf: [German Fisch-Schaf portmanteau] fish-sheep, wooly amphibian from polar seas of Gahga, moon of Gagha, Gahgagaghag system, Galaxiki galaxy

fishbird: [The Reefs of Space by Frederik Pohl and Jack Williamson] multitudinous prey of pyropods from Orion VII

fishcrow: [fish crow mondegreen] fishbird with crow-like body

fish-goose: [church of Zillis] fish-headed goose-like ornithoid

fishie: [Lobo #3] aka space-dwelling dolphin-like creature

fish lizard: [Space: 1889] ichthyosauroid from Venus (Sol II)

fish-snake: ["The Man Who Saved Kal-El’s Life" by Robert Bernstein] venomous eel-like creature from Fire Falls, Krypton, Rao system

fiskur: [Icelandic gullfiskur back mondegreen] fish-gull triphibian ancestral to fish and goldfish (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

fkyd: [“The Altar of Redemption” by Anne Laurie Logan] quadruped of the jauneans

flabbee: [flabby back-formation] bee-like insectoid with flesh-colored dewlap

flag-lizard: see vexillosaur

flamebeast: [Superman mythos] flaming creature from Krypton, Rao system or [galaxiki.org] pyrothere-like creature from Sdrea, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

flamebird: [Superman mythos] red, yellow, orange, green ornithoid with red crest from Krypton, Rao system

flame devil: ["Graveyard of Ships" by Cathrin Hartmann] blue plasmoid that fead on death fear through forehead to reproduce by division from Pakuri, Takrone system, Ambriador galaxy

flame-monster: ["The Ordeals of Dimension Z" by Leo Dorfman] monstrous fire-adapted creature from Z dimension

flamoose: [Terra Monster RPG] moose with flaming antlers and tail, see ignitler, from Terrarium

flan: [Final Fantasy] pudding in amarillo (yellow), azabache (jet black), azul (blue), blanco (white), palido (pale, pearl) and rojo (red) varieties

flantic: [Rhialto by Jack Vance] long-necked forest-dweller

flan tick: [flan, flantic mondegreen] tick that infests flan that induces tic (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

flapaloo: ["L'il Abner" by Al Capp] scrawny bird, now extinct, able to lay 1000 eggs per minute, which disolve into gasoline

flapper: rokh-like ornithoid from Sios (Sky Ocean)

flare-wing: [Completely Unofficial Star Wars Encyclopedia] flying creature from Alderaan, Jedi galaxy

flarmian: [Terra Monster RPG] small, red-brown insectoid with thick antennae, see firmitaur, from Terrarium

flarmiblue: [Terra Monster RPG] from Terrarium

flarn: ["Babylon 5: The Parliament of Dreams" by J. Michael Straczynski] delicacy from Antares (alpha Scorpii) system

flarp: [The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] 1-m pterosaur with vestigial wingflap for display

flash spider: ["The Space Circus" by Hans Kneidel] regengineered arachnoid that spins almost unbreakable thread

flatcat: [The Rolling Stones by Robert A. Heinlein] small, furry, omnivorous, empathic symbiot, dormant when not eating

flat eel: ["Exile of the Oracle" by Michael Marcus Thurner] flat eel-like ichthyoid from Baikal (Cain I)

flat food monster: ["Dawn over Hellworld" by Hans Kneifel] flat, camouflaged ground predator edged with grasping claws from Hellworld (Ereshkigal), Adad system

Flathead monster: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 18-meter, black, smooth-skinned, eel-like lake snake from Flathead Lake, MT

flatwing: [The Jesus Incident by Frank Herbert and Bill Ransom] dangerous ground dweller from Pandora

Flatwoods monster: [Unexplained! by Jerome Clark] gliding creature with head like ace of spades, foul odor from Flatwoods, WV

flauriz: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] pelican

flaxet: ["The Golderin" by Susan Schwartz] from Whirlpool galaxy

flaygrub: [Ghost-Walker by Barbara Hambly] flaying grub-like creature from Midgwis (Elcidar Beta III)

fleddox: ["The Feme Singer" by Arndt Ellmer] flying mount with purple veins, raptor head, with pointed white beak, huge yellow eyes, using ultrasound echolocation from Ash-Irthumo, Ash system, Jamondi cluster

fleder: [Fledermaus mondegreen] common ancestor to mouse and bat (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

fleeter: ["The Fantastic Voyage of Francis Drake-4" by Clark Darlton] small, pearly white, fruitivorous rodentoid from Typhoon (Kuros Kuros II), Nubecula Minor

flendag: [Ghost-Walker by Barbara Hambly] creature that nests in streams from Midgwis (Elcidar Beta III)

fleratii: [The Howling Stones by Alan Dean Foster] large, silvery flying-fish-like ichthyoid from Parramat archipelago, Senisran

flesh devouring space worm: [“Attack of the Flesh Devouring Space Worms” by Mike A. Martinez and George N. Thompson] giant worms that reanimate dead in Arkansas

flesheater: [“The Flesh Eaters”] microbes that grow upon electrification to glowing lumpy oval 6 by 12 meters with 9 feeding tendrils, 1 white eye spot, poisoned by blood

flesh jelly: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] flesh-eating jelly-thick ooze

flib: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] flea

flice: [flock of lice spoonerism, “A Lock of Flice”] small woolyworm-like creature, see heep, from Gahga, moon of Gagha, Gahgagaghag system, Galaxiki galaxy

flicker: [flickertail mondegreen] squirrel-like creature noted for its near-invisibity, see flitterbick (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

fliedermouse: flying mouse-like rodentoid

flion: [fly-lion portmanteau] griffinoid with insect-like wings, antennae and cat-like body

flippisk: ["Farscape" series] decapod, tasty if prepared correctly, but dangerous when not

flird: [flock of birds spoonerism, “A Bach of Flirds”] songbird that collect in Bachs

flish: [flying fish, The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] air-breathing winged ichthyoid with insulating hollow scales with protusile (horizontally moving) jaws, horizontal tail

flit: [The Barber of Aldebaran by William Moy Russell] insignificant seeming but producing an astonishingly potent pheromone to which creatures, humans, and even robots are not resistant

flitamug: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] bat

flitterbick: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] nearly invisible flying squirrel, see flicker

flitter waif: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] waif with 3 curved fangs

floater: [“Fungi from Yuggoth” by Howard Phillips Lovecraft]fractal-dimensional like short, sturdy clubs with many fin-like blades, minion of Yog-Sothoth

flobberworm: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] thick, brown, slimy 2.5-cm worm that secrets slime from both ends

flockopi: [flying octopi portmaneau] aerial cephalopodan gestalt

flofox: [Terra Monster RPG] small pale blue and white fox, see wintail, from Terrarium

flog: [flying frog spoonerism] food triphibian best when fried

flomar: ["Foray into Intrawelt" by Christian Montillon] gray, edible forest-dwelling quadruped from Intrawelt

flongboo: [Rootabaga Stories by Carl Sandburg] yellow, nocturnal predator with luminous tail that lives in hollow trees of Saskatchewan

floob: [The Howling Stones by Alan Dean Foster] short-legged, brown-furred creature of Parramat archipelago, Senisran

floob-boober-bab-boober-bub: [On Beyond Zebra by Dr. Seuss] cross between floob, boober, bab and bub

floodplain sailer: ["Escape to Talanis" by Hubert Haensul] with larger, colorful females from Stardust, Far Away cluster, Shapley supercluster

flooer: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] flightless chiropteran with flower-like nose and ears

floridaceras: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] acerathere from Miocene

flound-er: [flounder back-formation] flounder-like ichthyoid that flounds

flowercat: ["The Last General" by H. G. Francis] felinoid from Lyberjan IV

flower-faced snouter: [The Snouters by by Harald Stümpke] snouter with petaled nasarium in long stem-like tails, short-tailed and tail-less varieties from mountains of Mitadina, Hi-Yi-Yi Islands

flügelhorn swan: [trumpet swan back-formation] swan-like ornithoid with flügelhorn-like call

flugskerne: [Star of Astarte by Hans Kneifel] predator of anchorwhip snake from Venus (Sol II)

flumsh: ["Sugar and Spike" #90] 9-m long, 6-m tall dracoid, pink with blue spots, red crest and back plates, fangs, yellow forehead horn, vestigial yellow wings, 4 short legs, able to fix anything (by touch chronoplasty) with forked red tongue

flunkey: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] gliding simian

flusshai: ["Battle of Ferrol" by Michael Marcus Thurner] dangerous predator from Ferrol (Vega (alpha Lyrae) VIII)

fluster: [Terra Monster RPG] long-tailed yellow hexapod with brown extremities, see mothball, motharch, from Terrarium

flute swan: [trumpet swan back-formation] tuba swan-like ornithoid with flute-like call

flutterfly: [flutter of butterflies spoonerism, “A Butter of Flutterbies”] yellow-winged insectoid

flutterbird: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] tropical petrel-like ornithoid that includes roachcutter, spitfire, false spitfire, etc.

flutter crab: ["Fighter for Garbesh" by H. G. Ewers] small, dark brown crustacean from Arpa Chai (Wahiat II)

flutter monkey: ["The World of the Disembodied "and "Flagship in Need" by H. G. Ewers] small simian with leathery wings, hands, glowing golden eyes, black lips, songbird-like voicewith from Pigell (Vega (alpha Lyrae) VI)

flutternatter: ["The Cathedral of Rhoarx" by Michael Marcus Tharn] from Dwingloo galaxy

flutter valve: ["Return of the Sol" by H. G. Francis] from Ovaron's world, Finder Maelstrom between Ploohn-Nabyl and Mahagoul galaxies

flyg: [Worlds Apart: Nat. Hist. of Furaha and Earth by Souren Nyoroge] short snake-like dracoid with 4 wings with 45-cm wingspan, males gold and blue, females brown and gray from Furaha (alpha Phoenicis IV)

flying ape: ["The Confrontation" by H. G. Francis] bluish ichthyoid with wing-like fins, small arms from Gaea (Prov III), Provcon Fist nebula

flying bear: [Perry Rhodan] small, flying ursinoid from Aptulat (Aptut III)

flying frog: ["Exodus of Hearts" by Uwe Anton] flying batrachoid from Golundar

flying grizzlies: grizzlies with feathered wings and lazereyes from Synnabarr (fka Mars (Sol IV) (World of Synnabarr)

flying sheep: [Piers Anthony] winged ovine from Xanth

flying snake: [Piers Anthony] winged, sometimes poisonous serpents related to dragons from Xanth

flying snow otter: otter-like mammaloid that flies, adapted to cold from Sappire (Eno III), Galaxiki galaxy

flying threat: [“Flying Threat” by David H. Keller] plane-sized insectoid

fnetar: ["Shadows over Ferrol" by Hermann Ritter] furry farm animal

fo: [bu mondegreen] lavender toad-like batrachian (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

fog-eater: see grava

foklom: [The Spawn of Fashan by Kirby Lee Davis] from Boosboodle

folding eel: ["Exile of the Oracle" by Michael Marcus Thurner] toxic, snake-like ichthyoid from Baikhal (Cain V)

fond-crested eagle: [Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams] eagle-like desert ornithoid noted for paper mâché nests from Damogran

food-beast: [Titan by Jack Vance] beast used for food

footpad: [“Mortal Nature” by Stephen Dedman] greenish ambush predator with huge soft paw and algae symbiot in fur from Northbergen

footworm: larger variety of inchworm

formaldé: [formaldehyde mondegreen] noted for preservative hide (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

formisaur: [The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] ant-like dinosaur, like gestalt

Fouke monster: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis, "The Legend of Boggy Creek"] 3-meter, 3-toed amphibious gigantanthropoid from Sulphur River, Arkansas

fouligator: [Terra Monsters] black, bipedal, swamp-dwelling reptilian with yellow underbelly and white-striped bushy tail, see allistinker, from Terrarium

four-ear: [tailwalker extrapolation] earwalker with 4 long ears adapted for walking from Hi-yi-yi Islands

four-mouth: [“The Wondrous Works of His Hands” by Jayge Carr] noted for great appetite from Thuban (alpha Draconis) system

four-tail: [tailwalker extrapolation] tailwalker adapted to walking on 4 prehensile tails from Hi-yi-yi Islands

fourth mast: see big mast

fouse, mealed: [fieldmouse spoonerism] cornmeal burrowing rodentian

fox-bear: [Island of Dr. Moreau by Herbert George Wells] fox-headed ursinoid mutant

foxfirefly: [foxfire-firefly portmanteau] glowing flyingfox-like creature

fox-fish: [Church of Zillis] fox-headed ichthyoid

foxpaw: [Terra Monster RPG] purple fox, see pranktail, from Terrarium

fox-swallow: [fox swallow mondegreen] flying fox-like creature with fox-like head and swallow-like body

frallop: [Earth in Twilight by Doris Piserchia] jungle-dwelling mutant

frankenfish: ["Frankenfish" by Simon Barrett, Scott Clevenger] monstrous fish

frankenstoat: ["Frankenstoat" by Leigh Loveday] monstrous stoat

frankenswine: [Mirabile by Janet Kagan] porcinoid Dragon’s Tooth mutant reminiscent of Frankenstein’s monster

frankilla: [Terra Monsters RPG] greenish, electric pongoid, see gorillastein, from Terrarium

frayoomnairo: [Mushroom Planet series by Eleanor Cameron] egg-sized mushroom-like creature from Basidium

freezard: [The Legend of Zelda] freezing-breathed dracoid which when shot shatters into 2 to 5 mini-freezards from Hyrule

frelimard: [Continuum RPG] 3-m giant dragonfly from Idengal, Belverius Helenis system

frell: ["The Wreck of the Godspeed" by James Patrick Kelly] food animal from which sausage is made on Harvest

frella: ["Prince of Peril" by Otis Adelbert Kline] hairless sheep-like food animal from Zarovia (Venus (Sol II))

freshwater shark: [Resident Evil] from Racoon University

fretro: [Star Frontiers] large, 4-eyed, green-haired carnivore from Artule

fried-egg jellyfish: ["The Worm Turns" by Gregory Benford] space creature like fried egg and jellyfish from HD209458 system

frier: [Piers Anthony] hen that lays fried eggs from Xanth

fris bee: [Piers Anthony] disc-shaped, striped honey-producing insects that spin as they fly from Xanth

fristigo: ["Investments" by Walter John Williams] food animal

frizzap: [Outernauts RPG] purple, electric flightless ornithoid

frizzee: [Outernauts RPG] llama-like creature

frizzer: [frizze back-formation] predator that frizzes hair of prey

froodle: [French poodle spoonerism] caninoid with thick curly hair from Pench

frogger: ["Seed of Reason" by Daniel Hatch] animal from Chamal

frôlion: [Code Lyoko] gengineered leg-less, 10-winged mosquitoid with laser-stinger and poison-spitting proboscis

fromp: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] creature with striped, prehensile tail, curving claws, proboscis, rabbit-like ears, comical warning shutter-cough (except giant fromp)

frost beast: ["The Ordeals of Dimension Z" by Leo Dorfman] beastly cold-adapted creature from Z dimension

frost worm: [Frost Worm] worm-like dracoid with armored head, black spider-like eyes, mandibles able to freeze nearby or paralyze more distant with howl

frothing trumpet snouter: [The Snouters by Harald Stümpke] trumpet snouter that uses froth to hide and capture prey from Hi-Yi-Yi Islands

frozzilla: [Outernauts RPG] legless creature with one antenna and yellow eyes

frroh: [i-less ifirroh] mutant Enki cave ape from Hpo, moon of Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

frunch: [free lunch spoonerism] ornithoid that nests only on windward cliffs

frutwux: [Tev’Meckian] aka bloodtick, food insectoid from Tev’meck

fud: [Maltese qanfud mondegreen] hedgehog-like burrower from Qa (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

fudnik: [Tears of the Oracle by Justin Richards] parasitic creature that feeds on host’s fud [fear, uncertainty and doubt] and on non-host’s lifeforce from Paracletes

fugl: [Danish sommerfugl mondegreen] bird-mimicking butterfly (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

fugu: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] fish from Japan, see tai

fu-hsi: ox-headed snake

fujara swan: [trumpet swan back-formation] flute swan-like ornithoid with fujara-like call from Wintria, Pfetea system, Galaxiki galaxy

fulmar: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sea bird, see ern(e), gull, skua, scaup, tern, gannet, petrel, scoter

fumado: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] see pilchard, sardine

funazz: ["Aliens in the Family: You Don't Have to Be a Pet to Be Popular"] pet from Harnaz

Fuolornis fire dragon: [Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series by Douglas Adams] salamander-like dracoid hunted to extinction as alleged aphrodisiac from Brequinda

furby: [Tiger Electronics] small, furry creature with yellow beak, long ears

furiosa kato: aggressive feline from Noxind (Thousand Stars)

furmid: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] ant

furry crab: [Shards of Honor by Lois McMaster Bujold] many-legged creature with yellow, razor-sharp beak and 4 beady eyes

furry scorpion: [galaxiki.org] scorpion-like creature with fur from Aren, Galaxiki galaxy

fursnake: [Robot Hugs] furry boa-like snake

fusa: [Maltese hanfusa back-formation] beetle-like insectoid from Ha, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

fusorian: [The Reefs of Space by Frederik Pohl and Jack Williamson] single-cell interstellar space dweller that fuses free hydrogen into heavier elements forming the Reefs of Space

fuster: [Catalan ocell fuster mondegreen] woodpecker-like ornithoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

fususaur: [The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] burrowing dinosaur like sandle

fu t'ou: wagon-pulling herbivore from Pai, Dragon nebula (Star Trek: The Next Generation: Dragon's Honor by Kij Johnson and Greg Cox)

fuoma: ornithoid with flowery tail, conical beak and antler-like crest from Terropas

fuzzy crab: [Shards of Honor by Lois McMaster Bujold] vampiric balloon-like spheroid with maroon tentacles

fvai: [pl. fvaiin, The Romulan Way by Terisa Halekala-LoBrotto, The Disinherited by Diane Duane and Peter Morwood] pet from ch’Rihan, Eisn (128 Trianguli) system

fwoilto: [Fwoumies' zoilto spooneriism] food animal

fwooper: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] brightly-colored bird with maddening song (fwoop) from Africa

fworm: [puffworm mondegreen] puf larva (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

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ga: [Filipino tanga mondegreen, sage gas palindrome] gray-green moth-like insectoid from Ta or [Indonesian/Malay serangga mondegreen] insectoid from Sera, system 416, Third galaxy (Stardrift Empires Nova, Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

gaarnokh: [Flandry series by Poul Anderson] horned creature from Starkad

gaasyendietha: [Seneca, “Sea Serpents of Canada” by Charles Alexander Moffat] hellfire-breathing, fresh-water dragon that leaves a firetrail

gabbledictum: ["Space Patrol" series] voice-mimicking parrot-like ornithoid from Mars (Sol IV), see lazoon

gagh: [“A Matter of Honor” by Wanda M. Haight, Gregory Amos and Burton Armus] Klingon “serpent worms” eaten either live or stewed from Qonos

gagria: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] goose

gah: [Navaho] rabbit

gaid: [Book of Dreams by Jack Vance] 6-m ichthyoid with luminifer-tipped dorsal spines from Aloysius

gaija beast: [Malibu Deep Space 9 #21: "Fadeout"] large, furry, purple beast or from Draapaa, Albina system, Galaxiki galaxy

gajasimha: [Sinhalese] monstrous elephant-lion, see gajavirāla

gajavirāla: monster with lion and elephant characteristics, see gajasimha

galané: ["The First Thort" by Michelle Stern] orange fruit-eating chiropteran with triangular body from Zarbik, moon of Groll, Vega (alpha Lyrae) system

galago: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] lemur from Africa

galapago: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] tortoise

galegi: [Cherokee Tsalagi] blacksnake

galiva: [Continuum RPG] 8-m sea crocodilian from Amarillon, Nogullon system

gallimimus: ["fowl-mimic", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 6-m, 440-kg ornithomimosaur with short arms, toothless beak

galliwumpus: ["O. Henry"] mammal with backfin and 18 toes

galloro: [Catalan gall-lloro portmanteau] gull-parrot, bright-colored sea ornithoid

gallynipper: large mosquito that gallynips

galo: [bugalo mondegreen] lavender milkbeetle (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

galoomp: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] rattle-tailed, hoofed, herbivorous biped from Jedi galaxy

galschia: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] dove

galuisdi: [Cherokee Tsalagi] bedbug

galumpf: [The Invasion of the Planet Wampetter by Samuel H. Pillsbury] steed with colored spirals and wing-like spray from Lake Wacawawawoo, Wampetter

galushaceras: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] acerathere from Miocene

gam: [magnolia ailon gam, telemagenta atne gam elet, magenta atne gam, magic mint nimci gam palindromes] whitish ailon, purplish-red atne or greenish nimci, see elet

gamelon: beast from Bunyan ["Camping with Xavier" by Steve Poling]

gamera: ["Gamera the Invisible" by Nizo Takahashi] 60-m energy-eating, green-blooded, space tortoise with nearly invulnerable carapace, upward-pointing tusks, flyes by retracting legs and shooting jets of 2 or 4 legholes

gamoo: [kangamoo mondegreen] milk-producing macropodan from Ka, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's syste, Galaxiki galaxy (The Life and Times of Isaella Feghoot)

gananoid: [The First Kingdom by Jack Katz] very long necked quadruped

ganbalea: [Basque ganba-balea portmanteau] prawn-whale, crustacean-eating cetacean

gand-er: [gander back-formation] goose-like predator that gands

gandimat: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] skua-like magpie

Gankarian auroch: [Our Man in Space by Kurt Mahr] wild auroch-like creature from Gankar

ganna: [Irish meánranganna mondegreen] locust-like insectoid from Meánra (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

gannet: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sea bird, see ern(e), gull, skua, scaup, tern, fulmar, petrel, scoter

gannetwhale: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] walrus-like flightless seabird

gantala: [i-less giantala] giant sloth-like cave megapod from Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

ganute: [Earth in Twilight by Doris Piserchia] 3-eyed, black, wooly, blue-mouthed jungle-dwelling mutant

ganzer: [“Mindswap” by Robert Sheckley] egg-laying creature from Melde II

gaos: 61-m tall nocturnal biped with small, powerful claws, flat bird-like head, stiff neck, leathery wings, big yellow eyes with red irises, bright pink blood, able to shoot destructive yellow sonic beam from double throat, regenerate injured body parts, put out fires with yellow vapor, killable with ultraviolet light

gappa: [“Gappa, the Triphibian Monster”, aka “Monster from a Prehistoric Planet” by Iwao Yamazak and Ryuzo Nakanishi] 90-m bipedal hellfire-breathing dracoid with bat-like wings, fat horn, beak

gar: [Icelandic mangar mondegreen] mongoose-like burrower, related to goest, gosta, gouste, gust, gusta, gustë, gustiniai, gusto, hust, (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot) from Ma, moon of Dea, Noon-Dae system, Galaxiki galaxy or [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] needlefish

Garanian bolite: [“A Man Alone”] bolide from Garan

garbill: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] merganser duck, see smew

garboyl: [Super Smash Bros.] harmless pokémon

gardaix: [Catalan llangardaix mondegreen] reptilian from Lla (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

gardenworm: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] 45-cm crevice-dwelling polychaete (bristleworm) with fern-like algae-filled “branches” able to dissolve terabyte glue

gargan: [The Dirdir, The Pnume by Jack Vance] game ornithoid from Sibol

gargel-orum: [sing. gargel-i, On Beyond Zebra by Dr. Seuss] exotic creature

garg-worm: [Reteif to the Rescue by Keith Laumer] worm-like source of garg, food of the Ynnezadoogians

Garko gas creature: ["Supergirl's Fortress of Solitude" by Jerry Siegel] gaseous lifeform from Garko

garliktho: scaly, flying dracoid

garn: [Dutch garnaal mondegreen] prawn-eel, shelled, serpentine ichthyoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

gardon: ["Teenagers from Outer Space" by Tom Graeff] lobster-like crustacean that feeds on air and people

garooster: [kangarooster mondegreen] large, flightless ornithoid the large hopping legs from Ka, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

garro: [Basque birigarro, oilagarro mondegreen] thrush-woodcock-like ornithoid ancestral to oila and woodcock, with biri thrush (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

garthim: [The Dark Crystal by Jim Henson] vicious, black-shelled crustacean with no internal organs animated by the Skeksis

garthok: [Coneheads by Tom Davies and Dan Aykroyd] elephantine hexapod with spiked tail from Remulak, Cone nebula

gartuo: [Crayola outrageous uoe gartuo palindrome] orange uoe

garuda: [Hindu] large, eagle-like bird associated with white face, red wings and golden body

garudimimus: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 3-m toothless ornithomimosaur without toeclaw

garue: [kangarue mondegreen] blue variety of garooster from Ka, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

gase: [The Wocket in My Pocket by Dr. Seuss] small yellow creature with pink collar and cuff fringe

gashadokuro: [Mighty Morphin Power Rangers] 23-m skeleton detected by ringing-in-ear sound

gashant: [Space: 1889 RPG] 2.5-m bipedal iguana-like steed with eagle-like beak from Mars (Sol IV)

gastornis: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] large flightless "terror crane" from Paleocene, related to diatryma

gastropod: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] snail, abalone

gata: [Filipino ngumagata mondegreen] felinoid ruminant from Nguma (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot) or [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] nurse shark

gathra: [Fiend Folio 3rd Ed.] dangerous black bovinoid beast of burden with boar-like head, inward-curving horns, straight upward-pointing tusks from Avernus, Bantor

gator gar: [A History of Fishes by J. R. Norman] 12-m "very despised, hated fish" [River Monsters by Jeremy Wade]

gatoroid: ["Megapython vs. Gatoroid" by Naomi l. Selfman] giant alligator

gatortoise: [alligator-tortoise portmanteau] amphibious sauroid with high, rounded carapace, powerful jaws

gau: [Indonesian/Malay bangau mondegreen] heron-like ornithoid from Ba (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

gaudybird: [Le Cittá invisibili] brightly-colored bird from Evarchia, Balkan penisula

gaunch: [Wyst: Alastor 1716 by Jack Vance] forest monster from Wyst

gauntling: [Frostworld and Dreamfire by John Morressy] river creature from Hraggellon (Duruos II)

gaur: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wild ox from India, see gour, zebu, gayal, s(a/e)ladang

gaviocetus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] whale ancestor related to takracetus and basilosaur

gaya: [“Shadow Lord” by Laurence Yep] long-haired, 3-m long goat-like herd creature from Angira

gayal: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wild ox from India, see gaur, gour, zebu

gaylor: [Armenian gayl-lor portmanteau] wolf-quail, pack-hunting, predatory quail-like ornithoid

gazanggh: [Armenian gazan-anggh portmanteau] beast-vulture, vulture-like griffinoid that eats both dead and living

Gazanian salamander: ["The Last Tribble" by Kevin L. Davis] salamander-like creature that both crawls and slides

gazolt: [Terra Monster RPG] small buzzgrass grazer, see volteer and shadowvolt, from Terrarium

gazun: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] hen

ge: [Norwegian slange mondegreen] serpentoid from Sla

: [Albanian merinangë mondegreen] arachnoid from Merina (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

Gearb ox: [gearbox mondegreen] noisy ox-like bovine from Gearb system (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

gila: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] lizard, see gila, guana, skink, varan, iguana

gecobra: [gecko-cobra portmanteau] small venomous sauroid with padded suction-cup feet and flattened hood

ged(d): [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] pike from Scotland

geegy: [“Vengence on Varos” by Phillip Martin] fly-like insectoid from Varos, Cetus

geejaw: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] bat-winged, large-beaked small insectovorous ornithoid that mimics other ornithoids from Jedi galaxy

gëemadhe: [Albanian merinagë e madhe mondegreen] tarantula-like arachnoid from Merina (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

gekkoe: [Dutch gekko-koe portmanteau] gecko-cow, milk reptilian

gel: [The Legend of Zelda] 2-eyed blob, in ambushing green and slow, red dividing varieties, related to ChuChus and Zol, from Hyrule

gelatinous non-cube: [“The Ecology of the Gelatinous Cube” by Ed Greenwood] jelly-thick ooze, related to qyoob

geldarm: [Jap. gerudoaamu, The Legend of Zelda] large, vertical-attacking sand worm from Hyrule

gen: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] goose

genasaur: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] cerapod ancestor

generowl: [Terra Monster RPG] large, eagle-like ornithoid with armored head, see hootenant, from Terrarium

genette: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] small horse, see jennet, gennet

gennet: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] small horse, see jennet, genette

genser: [“A Final Unity” by Spectrum HoloByte] gengineered Dr. Vi Hynh-Foertsh from Morassia (epsilon Chysule II)

genyornis: flightless bird

gerblin: gerbil-like rodentoid from Naic III, Galaxiki galaxy

gerbull: [gerbil-bull portmanteau] small, long-tailed rodentoid with horns

gerde: [wine dregs gerde niw palindrome] brownish red niw prey

gernaute: [Alter Ego ed. by Patrick and Michael Phillips, Eric Lautier. Bernard Jullian, Jean-René Jelteon] gengineered gerbil-like companion

gerrymander: [Elbridge Gerry] misshapened salamander-like dracoid

gestalt: [The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] black with white spots, thatched nest-building arbrosaur with sensory hairs, whose 1-m queen lays 10 eggs per 10 days per poisonous headspined male, see formisaur, ant-lizard

geta: [Armenian getadzi mondegreen] hippopotamus-horse amphibian (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

gettle: [“Chain of Command” by Frank Abatemarco] wild herd creature from Cardassia

Gevaudan beast: [gevaudanotherium, Unexplained! by Jerome Clark] cow-sized hyena-like wolf

ghastly: [Piers Anthony] slimy, nearly indestructible creature that looks like a squashed caterpillar with many legs and tentacles that bites, belches and spits purple venom from Xanth

ghastozar: [Callisto series by Lin Carter] seagull-sized flying predator from Thanator

ghat: ["Lost Sorceress of the Silent Citadel" by Michael Moorcock] scaly creature from Mars (Sol IV)

ghidorah: [“Ghidrah” by Shinichi Sekizawa] 14-m tall, 3-headed, long-necked dracoid with leathery wings, back spines, 2 tails, golden scales, able to spit lightning

golbrorn: [Dragon Annual #1] smaller, pack-hunting version of bulette

ghole: [“Vaster Than Empires and More Slow” by Ursula K. LeGuin] experimental creature from Hain or [After Man by Dougal Dixon] bone-eating mammal

ghost-jelly: [Starcross by Philip Reeve] ghostly, jellyfish-like space-dwelling creature

ghost waif: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] thin, pale waif with very long barbels

ghyst: [Outernauts RPG] white ghostly creature with short arms, batwings, long dracoid tail

gi: [Haitian zangi mondegreen] eel-like ichthyoid from Za, Dora galaxy, ancestral to una and unagi (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

gi'i: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] sulfide-based animal with long, multi-branched jaws, lined with hard, sharp scraping teeth from Omuch, T'Canidew system

giantala: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] giant sloth-like macropod

giant bee: [The Scarlet Empress by Paul Magrs] honey-producing insectoid from Hyspero

giant bird: [Last Man Running by Chris Boucher] giant ornithoids from Lentic empire

giant bird louse: [Last Man Running by Chris Boucher] giant louse-like insectoid on giant ornithoids from Lentic empire

giant claw: [“The Giant Claw” by Samuel Newman and Paul Gargelin] vulture-like ornithoid with 60-m wingspan, pear-shaped body, long neck, large head protected by antimatter shield neutralizable by muon beam

giant electric penguin: [Monty Python’s Flying Circus: “Scott of the Sahara”] 6-m tall desert-dwelling penguin-like biped with glowing eyes and 2 long green tentacles from Sahara

giant fly: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Swamp”] brown-green, flight-less, edible fruitfly with red eyes, small translucent wings, 8 legs

giant hornet: [You Might Be A Zombie and Other Bad News] large hornet that sprays flesh-eating acid-phermone from Japan

giant jellyfish: [“Graveyard of Fear”, “No Escape from Death”] very large jellyfish

giant octopus: [Unexplained! by Jerome Clark] 6-m tentacle span that washed up at St. Augustine, FL

giant mutant fire clam: large mutant clam adapted to fire from Synnabarr (fka Mars (Sol IV) (World of Synnabarr)

giant rock snake: boulder-like food animal from Mercury (Sol I)

giant sea spider: ["Monsters of the Antarctic" by D. Trull, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: “The Monster’s Web”] thousand-times normal from Antarctica

giant shrew: ["Radio Free Ertrus" by Robert Feldhoff] 2-m shrew from Ertrus (Kreit III), see killer shrew

giant snail: ["Rhodan Times a Thousand" by Hans Kneifel] 15-m shelled snail with man-sized molars from Trafalgar (fka Magadona), Victory system, Demetria cluster

giant ymgyp: [pygmy ymgyp portmanteau back-formation] large creature also in small variety

gib: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] tomcat

gibbee: [gibber back-formation] gibberslug's bee-like insectoid host

gibberslug: [Fiend Folio ed. by Don Turnbull] larval gibberling

gibberling: [Fiend Folio ed. by Don Turnbull] gestalt of pale, hunchbacked, pointy-eared anthropoid with black mane, black eyes, that reproduce by injecting gibberslugs during bite, eat even own dead

gibik: [Highway by Neal Barrett, Jr.] extraordinarily vicious lemming-like predator

gibling: [Superhero City] rodentoid pest from Gibbi

gidni: [indigo gidni palindrome] blue-violet creature

gieb: [beige gieb palindrome] beige creature

gigan: [“Godzilla vs. Gigan” by Jun Fukuda and Shinichi Sekizawa, "Godzilla vs. Megalon"] 120-m biped with large claws, tail, 3 flimsy but utile wings, armor plating particularly on forehead (from which destructive beam comes), shoulders, thighs, kneepads, beak and mandibles, one large red eye, neckspikes, buzzsaw in chest from Hunter nebula

gigant: ["The Giants of Pigell" by Wim Vandemaan] 1.5-m jungle-dwelling anthropoid from Pigell (Vega (alpha Lyrae) VI)

gigantelope: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] 10-tonne elephant-like antelope in hairless tropical, wooly polar varieties with plow-like horns and long-necked, short-horned variety, horrane prey

gigantillocutus: [T. C. Harbaugh of Casstown, OH, Middletown, MD Valley Register] monstrous creature

gigantobacterium: ["The World of Giant Germs" by Robert Bernstein] giant germ-like creatures

gigantocricetus: [“Three, Two, One -- Penguins!”] aka giant space hamster (GSH), brown-bear-sized rodentoid used as food and spaceship power source by Tinker Gnomes from Krynn, in sabre-toothed, carnivorous flying, hellfire-breathing and miniature (“normal” hamster) varieties

gigantomus: ["The Monster Mouse" by Robert Bernstein] mutant giant mouse

gigantorca verdis: ["Multi-Man Strikes Again"] killer whale made large and green by Multi-Man

gigawasp: [Continuum RPG] 7-cm dungwasp from Lemur (aka Korina)

gigelorum: mite-ear-dwelling creature from Scotland

gigram: [Monster Legends] fox-like monster with white collar

gila: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] beaded lizard, see gecko, guana, skink, varan, iguana, monster from Gila

gilacorn: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “Appa’s Last Days”] once giant gila monster with unicorn-like horn

gilgonnoal: food pachyderm from Gizmonian Steepes (Edonian cluster II), Galaxiki galaxy

Gilly boat: [billygoat spoonerism] nautiloid from Gilly

gilt: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] young female hog, see shoat, shote

gilvo: [“New Ground” by Grant Rosenberg] rare stick-like tree-dweller from rain forests of Corvan II

ginea: [Basque ginea txerri mondegreen Guinea pig-pig, porcoid ancestral to pig and Guinea pig (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

gingersnapdragon: [ginger snap-snapdragon portmanteau] dragon whose droppings resemble gingersnap cookies

gini: [Filipino gini-baboy mondegreen] Guinea pig-pig, porcoid ancestral to pig and Guinea pig from Adiusa, Goodiusa system, Galaxiki galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

ginis: [Lithuanian banginis mondegreen] cetacean from Ba (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

ginor: [ginormous mondegreen] giant mouse-like rodentian

gio-sloog: slug from Lestonian Lushland (Edonian cluster V), Galaxiki galaxy, see bio-sloog

girallon: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] 4-armed white gorilla-like pongoid with dinosaur’s tail that walks semi-erect

girbil: [giraffe-gerbil portmanteau] small long-legged, long-necked, long-tailed rodentoid

giriffin: [giraffe-griffin portmanteau] quadruped with long neck and legs, tan with orange-brown blotches, short horns, eagle-like head, lion-like body

girafe-coléoptére: [Another World by Jean-Ignace-Isidore Gérard] giraffe-beetle, carapaced camelopardoid with insectoid legs

git’woa: amphibian from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

githyanki: ["Tales of the Outer Planets" ed. by Gary L. Thomas] Outer Planet creature

gitli: [Cherokee Tsalagi] dog

gitshou: cranny-dwelling ovaloid from Tincityie (Edonian cluster VII), Galaxiki galaxy

giu tie: [Fringe] segmented anaerobic metallophage with suckers and pinchers

givol: [Continuum RPG] pink, horned, ostrich-like ornithoid mount from Sotkaard, Galunis system, Firehorse constellation

giyísgi: [an'dalesgiyísgi mondegreen] Dale's simian from A (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

glacierin: [Terra Monsters RPG] ice-adapted quadruped with one horn from Terrarium

gladehawk: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] hawk-like ornithoid

gladrat: ["The Return of the Kangaroo Rex" by Janet Kagan] pesty rodentoid from Mirabile

glærke: [Danish sanglærke mondegreen] skylark-like ornithoid from Sa (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

glagon: [“Deadly Planet” by James Opie] Lurgi steed from Kalthar

G-larva: [Resident Evil] parasite that transforms host into G-type mutant (acid-spitting, clawing, burrower with many tentacles and teeth)

glar: [rouglar mondegreen] creature ancestral to rou and rouglar (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

glass bird, cow, unicorn: [Piers Anthony] vitreous animals from Looking Glass Land, Xanth

glat: [City of the Chaschby Jack Vance] dangerous, heavy jungle creature able to merge with shadows from Shattorak

glatisant beast: [Le Morte d’Arthur by Thomas Malory] beast with serpent’s head, leopard’s body, haunches of lion, feet of hart

gled(e): [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] kitebird, see elanet

glee: [strangler back-formation mondegreen] prey of strangling predators from Stra (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

gleek: [“Mork and Mindy” series] poodle-like creature from Ork or ["The All-New Super Friends Hour" series] blue monkey

glider squid: [A Door into Ocean by Joan Slonczewsky] red-blooded cephalopodan from Shora, the Ocean Moon of Valedon

gliffer: ["Rhodan Times a Thousand" by Hans Kneifel] black ornithoid, prey of hymeri from Trafalgar (fka Magadona), Victory system, Demetria cluster

glimmer: [Resident Evil: Dead Aim] 20-eyed, flat-headed garbage-eating glow-in-the-dark creature

glister: [The Curse of the Gloamglozer] large, ever-changing shape-shifter feeding on strong emotions, in larger and deadlier blood-red variety

glitch: aka saboteur bug

glitterfire: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] glittering, fiery ooze

glob: [“The Outrageous Okona” by Les Menchen, Lance Dickson and David Landsberg] Klingon fly-like insectoid half the size of a Terran mosquito but with loud buzzing sound from Qonos

globoid terror: [“The Globoid Terror” by R. F. Starzl] 12-meter, large-mouthed, gelatinous spheroid with feeding tentacles

globster: [beached St. Augustine, FL 1896] whale-squid-like globular sea creature

glockensp: [Glockenspiel mondegreen] eel-like ichthyoid noted for mating song

gloe-ih: [Navaho] weasel

glook: [“Space Patrol: The Rangers”] strange insectoid from Dictum Forest

gloomworm: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] cave-dwelling bacteria-eating polychaete (bristleworm), prey of slickribbon

gloppit: ["Babylon 5: Believers" by David Gerrold] legendary egg-layer from Placibo

glossina: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] tsetse fly, see mau, kivu

Gloucester monster: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 30-meter, dark basilosauroid from Gloucester, Mass.

glowat: glowworm-like chiropteran from Youmisian Homeland (Edonian cluster III), Galaxiki galaxy

glowfly: [Avatar: The Las Airbender: “The Swamp”] housefly-like insectoid with blindingly bright firefly-like glow

glowino: [Terra Monster RPG] mutant shino with electrical power, see gloyew, from Terrarium

glowpossum: [Starman Jones by Robert Heinlein] luminescent rodent-like marsupial from Charity

gloyew: [Terra Monster RPG] radiation-eating rhinoid with backspikes, see glowino, from Terrarium

glum: [bugglum mondegreen] lavender spheroidal biped with antennae (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

glumbumble: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] furry, nettle-eating insect whose bite induces melancholy from N. Europe

glyptodont: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] huge armadillo-like creature of Miocene

gnadnaf: [fandango gnadnaf palindrome] purplish creature

gnalligator: [gnaw of alligators spoonerism, “An Awe of Gnallinators”] colorfully feathered dracoid noted for gnalligating

Gnal’s snake: [Gnal’s moo boomslang palindrom] mooing boomslang-like amphisbæna from Gnal’s system

gnant: [gnat-ant portmanteau] small, biting, 2-winged social insectoid

gnar: [“Seed of Reason” by Daniel Hatch] rodentoid from Chamal

gnarsh: ["A Vision of Venus" by Otis Adelbert Kline] man-eating flying creature from Zarovia (Venus (Sol II))

gnarth: vicious predator from Chalandor ("Detour" by Mike Sekowsky)

gnarwhale: [Monster Galaxy] large flying fish moga with feathery wings from Pisces constellation

gnaro: [neon orange gnaro noen palindrome] orange noen

gnew: [wenge gnew palindrome] brownish gray creature

gnewt: [gnu-newt portmanteau] small, slender, brightly colored amphibious quadruped with drooping mane and beard, long tuffed tail, curved horns

gnik: [“gnik a la king”, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] chicken-like food ornithoid

gnilbraw: [warbling nilbraw portmanteau] warbling ornithoid

gni: [flamingo gni malf palindrome] pink malf

gnim: [gnim aerc’s scream palindrom] aerc noted for its scream

gnint: [lightning gnint ghil palindrome, galaxiki.org] electricity-generating variety of ghil from Acgaqa, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

gnitargim: [“Migrating Gnitargim”] migratory prey of rotargim

gnnayh: [Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World by Lemuel Gulliver] bird of prey from Houyhnhnm Island

gnoc: [Congo gnoc palindrome] Congo pink creature

gnorl: ["Land of No Return" by Bill Finger] energy-eating monster

go: [Filipino hunyango mondegreen] chameleon-like reptilian from Hunya or [Portuguese frango mondegreen] chicken-like ornithoid from Fra (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

: [Hungarian pillangó mondegreen] butterfly-like insectoid from Pilla

goanna: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] monitor lizard

goat gorilla: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The King of Omashu”] 3-m dark pongoid with gorilla-like face, 2 upward-pointing fangs, rabbit-like ears, 2 horns, backhump, hoved hindlegs

gobbleglop: ["L'il Abner" by Al Capp] teddybear-like porcoid omnivore that prefers garbage and rubbish

gobiathere: ["Gobi beast", After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] beast with huge inflated snout supported by bone

gobmag: [gamboge gobmag palindrome] saffron or mustard yellow creature

gocko: [“Flash Gordon” by Frederick Stephani, George Plympton, Basil Dickey, Ella O'Neill, based on Alex Raymond's strip] 9-m long green underground-dwelling dracoid with serpentine torso, 6 taloned feet, lobster-like claws, nostriled beak, forked tail from Mongo

goest: [Dutch mangoest mondegreen] mongoose-like burrower, related to gar, goest, gosta, gouste, gust, gusta, gustë, gustiniai, gusto, hust , from Ma, moon of Dea, Noon-Dae system, Galaxiki galaxy

gogh: [Monster Galaxy] Mayan glyph-like moga with crest, back markings from Gemini constellation

gohma: [The Legend of Zelda ] cyclops monster crab from Hyrule

gojirasaur: [“Godzilla” by Inoshira Honda and Takeo Murata] 120-m tall radioactive bipedal sauroid with jagged back plates, able to breathe hellfire

gok: [“A Race through Dark Places” by J. Michael Straczynski] felinoid from Minbar (Babylon 5 series by J. Michael Straczinski)

gokül: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] chicken

golbangi: [Kor. @] snail

gold bug: [Piers Anthony] insect similar to but slightly less dangerous than the midas fly that gold-plates whatever touches it from Xanth

golden bear: [Shawnee and Wyandot] 700-kg, golden-colored brown bear from Kansas

golden beetle: [Gor series by John Norman] rhino-sized insectoid with meter-wide mandibles, golden mane, feeds primarily on priest-kings

golden snow virus: [Power Ranger] virus used by Algolian gas-drinkers on Leslie

golp panther: monstrous felinoid with purple spots, flaming mouth and ears from heraldry

gomorra: [The Tick: “Paul the Samuri”] 15-m gigantogecko from Monster Island

gomo: [gomosapiens] subhuman worker that reproduces asexually from Clodios (Iestonian Spiral VII), Galaxiki galaxy

gomphothere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] mastodont that migrated from Eurasia to America in Miocene

Gonalian moth: [“Disaster” by Ron Jarvis and Philip A. Scorza] swarming insectoid from Gonal IV

gonarch: [Half-Life] last-stage 3-m headcrab with 4 razor-sharp legs, exoskeleton but vulnerable in sac

gonchong: [Island of the Lizard King by Ian Livingstone] parasite that controls host via proboscis in skull

gondar: [The Courtship of Princess Leia] animal from Hoth, Jedi galaxy

gonera: [Catalan sangoera mondegreen] leech-like parasite, related to guessuga, guijuela, guissuga, si, from Sa, the Leech Planet

gonmoose: [mongoose spoonerism] antlered musteloid

Goober peacock: [goober pea-peacock portmanteau] brightly-colored ornithoid with peanut-shaped body from Goob

goo fish: electric eel-like fish with blue venom that solidifies into yellow glue

goomba: [The Legend of Zelda: “Link’s Awakening”] aka kuriboe, brown, bipedal chestnut-like creature from Koholint Island, Hyrule

goonch: [River Monsters by Jeremy Wade] 200-kg leathery, slug-like fish with broad, tooth-filled head

gooroo: [guru mondegreen] goo-eating macropodan (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

gopher: [gopher back-formation] predator that gophs (burrows)

gopher bear: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “City of Walls and Secrets”] burrowing ursinoid

goraffe: [gorilla-giraffe portmanteau] tan centauroid with orange-brown blotches, ape-like upper body and 4 long hind legs

gorgops: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] huge species of hippo with eyestalks from Pleistocene

gorgon: [Historie of Foure-Footed Beastes by Edward Topsell] catoblepas-like creature with hairy head, cow-like snout, scales, hooves, curly tail

gorgosaur: ["terrible lizard", “Gorgo” by Carson Bingham] 75-m tall bipedal sauroid with large ears, red eyes, armored back and tail from Nara Island, [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 9-m, 1-tonne albertosaur-like tyrannosaurid

gorhen: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] moorhen

gorillamp: [Terra Monsters RPG] large, black-and-blue electric pongoid, see ampint, frankilla, from Terrarium

gorillasaur: [Mighty Samson series] large fanged pongoid with lower quarters of lizard

gormander: [Le cinquiesme et dernier livre des faicts et dicts du bon Pantagruel by François Rabelais] brightly colored bird able to change colors chameleon-like from Ringing Island

Gorokian midwife toad: ["Death Wish" by Michael Pillar] batrachian from Gorok, Delta Quadrant

gorolla: [The Barber of Aldebaran by William May Russell] fierce animal from Toxicurare

gorth: [Ultra Klutz by Jeff Nicholson] 4-armed, large, hairy, mumblimg anthropoid

gorwol: [Frostworld and Dreamfire by John Morressy] silver-furred creature huntable only by Onhla from Starside Hraggellon (Dunuos II)

gossamer tiger: ["On the High Frontier" by Michael F. Flynn] predator of jellybelly that hides in hypoholes and attacks with particle beams

gosta: [Catalan/Italian/Spanish mangosta mondegreen] mongoose-like burrower, related to gar, goest, gouste, gust, gusta, gustë, gustiniai, gusto, hust, from Ma, moon of Dea, Noon-Dea system, Galaxiki galaxy

goud: [Afrikaans/Dutch goudvis mondegreen] ichthyoid ancestral to fish and goldfish, related to guld from Snobaal, Laabon system, Galaxiki galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

gour: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wild ox from India, see gaur, gayal, zebu

gouste: [French mangouste mondegreen] mongoose-like burrower from Ma, related to gar, goest, gosta, gust, gusta, gustë, gustiniai, gusto, hust, from Ma, moon of Dea, Noon-Dae system, Galaxiki galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

gowk: elusive bird like snipe or hoodwink from Scotland

grabbit: ["The Trap" by Finn O'Donovon] green rabbit with lobster claws from Asidia's world

grabfoot: [Uhura’s Song by Janet Kagon] underground-dwelling chicken-sized dinosauroid from Sivao

grabanster: [“The Big Game” by Sandy Schofield (Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch)] thick furred, chattering, rat-like tribble predator with wet-dog B. O.

graboid: ["Tremors"] aka tu-long, dirt-devil, giant blind worm with mouthed tongues

grahl: [The Elder Scroll III: Morrowind] large, powerful, white-furred cave-dwelling creature with large tusks and claws, red eyes from Solstheim

grakel: ["Learning Curve" by Ronald Wilkerson] creature noted for its "milk", Delta Quadrant

grakk: [Thongor series by Lin Carter] large, scaly, green-blooded “lizard-hawk” dracoid with 12-m wingspan, long neck, barbed tail, hideous head, hooked beak, scarlet eyes, blue spiny crest from Lemuria

grakka: [Brick Bradford series] bipedal saurian with powerful arms, jaw and tail, horn on back of head, back spikes, bullet-proof hide

grampus: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] whale, see orc, ork, cet(e), beluga

granger: [“A Final Unity” by Spectrum HoloByte] caninoid gengineered Dr. Vi Hynh-Foertsh from Morassia (epsilon Chysule II)

grank: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] large-mouthed bulldog-like creature from Jedi galaxy

grantchester: [Mothstorm by Philip Reeve] variety of icthyomorph

Grantinian rhino-beast: ["Murder Under Glass" by Bob Liddil] armored land-whale from Grantin

graouilli: monstrous dragon from Metz

graoull: [i-less graouilli] dracoid from Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

grasshopper-swallow: [grasshopper swallow mondegreen] swallow-like ornithoid with grasshopper-like head

grava: ["The Curse of the Microcosm" by Conrad Shepherd] aka fog-eater, huge, sickle-shaped dracoid with 100-m wings, large tentacles, silver-blue leathery skin from Dnofftrie, Microcosm

gravedigger: [Resident Evil 4] victim of T-virus, huge graboid-like worm with 4 long mandibles, bloodsucking young

gravel-maggot: [“Star Wars IV: A New Hope” by George Lucas] worm-like creature that feeds on rotting flesh from hills and rocky badlands of Tatooine, Jedi galaxy

gravornis: ["heavy bird", The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon, "A Gravornis in Rovarga"] large, flightless bird like cold-adapted tromble

graphorn: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] large, grayish-purple bicorn with humped back from Alps

gras: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] gypsy horse, gri, gry

gray ooze: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] viscous, gray 4-m puddle unable to climb walls, but immune to fire and cold

great eagle: see thoron

great feyr: see feyr

grec: [Worlds Apart: Nat. Hist. of Furaha and Earth by Souren Nyoroge] flightless, tail-less yellow ornithoid with 4 vestigial wings, clam-like head from Nullarbor Plain, Auralgia, Furaha (alpha Phoenicis IV)

greel: [squeaky wheel gets the grease spoonerism “The Squeaky Greel Gets the Whease”] predator that lures wheases by squeaking like prey

greenasaur: [Monster Legends] green bipedal dinosaur

greenbird: bird that is always green, not to be mistaken for bleenbird or gruebird

green death: [The Green Death by Malcolm Hulke] green maggot that leavesdeadly slimetrail from Metebelis III

green slime: [“The Green Slime” by Charles Sinclair, William Finger and Tom Rowe] reand from ooze [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] that looks like green blood into bipedal, 3-clawed footed, 2-armed mound with red orb on top, double boney back ridge, electrogenic pincers for self-cauderizing wounds

greeny: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 9-meter, green eel-like lake snake from Finger Lakes, NY

greep: [Motie series by Larry Niven] crab-like quadruped from Maxroy’s Purchase

greeshka: [“A Song for Lya” by George R. R. Martin] cave-dwelling parasite able to give pseudo-immortality to empathic Shkeen in 10-year Joining

Gregory's deerlet: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] dromomeryx without horns but with fangs

greibble: [“The Greibble”] floppy giant with pink and purple fur that eats inanimate objects

grejo: [Spanish cangrejo, Portuguese carangrejo mondegreen] crab-like crustacean from Ca and Cara (The Life and Times ofisabella Feghoot)

grelbon: [Coneheads by Tom Davies and Dan Aykroyd] carrion-eating heron-like ornithoid with half-m wingspan from Remulak, Cone nebula

gremlin: 2-kg gremlin-like from Khao Thap (Thousand Stars)

gremur: [group of lemurs spoonerism, “A Loop of Gremurs] long-tailed, very communal, arborial pongoid

greti: [Encyclopedia Galactica] untamable carnivore from Helicon, Arcturus (gamma Boötis) system

grewbleen: [blue-green spoonerism] blue-green or bleen creature

greywaif: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] smooth-skinned gray waif with 2 barbels

gri: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] gypsy horse, see gry, gras

gribaka: [Filipino grib-baka portmanteau] grebe-horse, griffinoid with hooves, mane, webbed feet

grice: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] young pig from Scotland, see elt

grick: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] 2.4-m green and white slug with vulture-like beak, rubbery hide and 4 barbed feeding tentacles

grii: [ny’ghan grii mondegreen] spheroid from Nygha (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

griffi-saur: [Sea Devils #32] 5-m orange-skinned biped with lion-like head and mane, feathery wings, scaly skin

griffletae: [“The Dashing About Flying Box People” by Uncle River] sleepy, sluggish creature from Craton V

grilleguan: [German Grille-Leguan portmanteau] cricket-iguana, long-legged, hopping reptilian

grilse: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] young salmon, see parr

grimb: [“The Book of Ptath” by A. E. van Vogt] 3.6-m tall creature with small 3-horned head on long yellow neck on green body with bluish-violet tail from Gonwonlane

grimworm: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] larval bumblebeetle which hatches from flish carcass, reand both sexually and parthenogenetically, dominant female eats all others and then pupates

grindylow: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] green, horned lake cephalopodan

gring: [Metamorphosis by Jean Lorrah] purplish fanged pongoid with 4-fingered hands from Elysia

grither: [“Seasons of Belief” by Michael McDowell] proud, hateful, large-eared beast that griths (hates its name spoken aloud)

grivet: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] monkey from Africa, see mona, waag

grizzleel: [grizzly (bear)-eel portmanteau] ursinoid with snake-like tongue from Skjoob, Bjosko system, Galaxiki galaxy

groack: [Callisto series by Lin Carter, ] towering, scaly, flippered “river dragon” from Callisto (Jupiter (Sol V) 4), or [galixiki.org] from Socea, moon of Fyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

groat: herding herbivore noted for groatle (shaggy hair) from Fulacin, Rhylanor subsector

groath: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] goat-like hornhead, plate-like horns on males, pyramid-like horns on females

grobbit: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] rodent with hooves, long tail and raccoon-like hands

grog: [groundhog spoonerism back-formation] tiny insectoid canine symbiot

groke: [Muumipappa merellä, Muumipappan urotyöt by Tove Jansson] aka mårran and mörkö, blue, pear-shaped creature with large, round eyes fascinated by lamps whose loneliness causes ground to freeze

Grolian snake: [Grol’s slorg palindrome] slorg-like amphisbæna from Grol’s world

gromble: [“Aaahh!!! Real Monsters” series] monster with green beard and fur, black hands, yellow teeth, bulging eyes and bright red lips

grompus: [Superman mythos] one-eyed creature from Krypton, Rao system

gron: [“Vaster Than Empires and More Slow” by Ursula K. LeGuin] “scapegoat” from Hain

gronckle: [A Hero's Guide to Deadly Dragons by Hiccup Haddock III] slow and stupid, snot green, bogie beige and pooey brown dragon with mace-tipped tail, wings, spikes from Barbarian archipelago

grono: [Vampirella #1 by Forrest J. Ackerman and James Warren] boar-like bloodsucker from Draculon

goony bird: aka albatross, mollyhawk

gorrick: ["Turning Point" by Josepha Sherman] source of leather from Thallon, Thollonian empire

grouillard: [Worlds Apart: Nat. Hist. of Furaha and Earth by Souren Nyoroge] cackler with greenish-yellow rump, foul spittle from S. Paleogea, Furaha (alpha Phoenicis IV)

grounder: [Highway by Neal Barrett, Jr.] insidious threat to Lemmits

ground fish: ["Wouldn't It Be Better?"] fish adapted to burrowing in the ground

groupie: [Piers Anthony] fattish fish with large, soft extremities and kiss of death from Xanth

grub-bee: [grubby back-formation] bee-like insectoid that metamorphs from grub-like larva

grue: [Zork by Dave Lebling, Godville] photophobic predator ironicllay with luminescent fur

gruebird: [grue + bird] green bird that turns into blue bird, not to be confused with greenbird, bluebird or bleenbird

grumpy converter: living replicator used as counterfeiter from Bluxte (Valeria)

grumphurr: [Continuum RPG] catcus-eating, malodorous, but edible, rodentian from Sotkaard, Galunis system, Firehorse constellation

grundler: ["Exile of the Oracle" by Michael Marcus Thurner] rainbow-colored freshwater predatory ichthyoid with big green eyes from Tan-Jamondi II

grusaur: crane-like dracoid from Grus

gry: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] gypsy horse, see gri, gras

gryf: [Tarzan the Terrible by Edgar Rice Burroughs] 6-m triceratops-like sauroid with blue body, yellow face and belly, blue bands around eyes, red hood, 3 bony back ridges (yellow, red and yellow), used as steed in Pal-ul-don, Zaire

grynn: [Terra Monster RPG] carnivorous donkey-like equine, see heckyll, from Terrarium

gryph: [Monster Galaxy] griffionoid moga from Leo constellation

gryphus: [OviPets] egg-laying griffinoid

gryken: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] scroflet-eating mustelid with long, thin body and sharp teeth that lives in grykes (limestone fissures)

gryllus: [Bosch Cretensis, Kato Zakro] monster of dissimilar body parts, chimera

gryon: goat-like ruminant from Daxon (Yonith I), Galaxiki galaxy

gryphorg: [Fly Man #34] 12-m long omnivorous dracoid conjured by Evilo with 12-m bat-like wings, gray skin, nearly useless forearms, long neck, back plate

Guaca mole: [guacamole mondegreen] small, venomous burrowing avocado-like marsupial from Guaca

guan: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] bird from S. America, see jacu, sylph, turco, seriema

guana: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] lizard, see gila, gecko, skink, varan, iguana or [Perry Rhodan] living spaceships bred by Guanaar from giant worms from Louipaz galaxy

guanat: [i-less iguanat] small cave lizard from Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

guanlong: ["crown dragon", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 3-m tyrannosaur ancestor with backward-facing hollow crest, U-shaped teeth

guapena: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] ribbonfish

guar: [The Eldar Scrolls III: Morrowind] domesticated beast of burden called “tigers” because Deshaan Plain variety are striped from Morrowind, related to alit and kagouti

guay: [The Legend of Zelda] similar to keese, crow, pterodactyl, includes flightless variety, from Hyrule

guchod: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] docile sea creature, similar to predatory bamoda, from Dakka, Neptune system

guejo: [Portuguese/Galician caranguejo back-formation] crab-like crustacean from Cara

guessuga: [Galician/Portuguese sanguessuga back-formation] leech-like parasite, related to gonera, guijuela, guissuga, si, from Sa, the Leech Planet

gugai: [Cherokee Tsalagi] tick

gugurunz: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] ostrich

guhgwe: [Cherokee Tsalagi] quail

guicol: ["Battle of Ferrol" by Michael Marcus Thurner] dangerous mimicking predatory insectoid from Ferrol (Vega (alpha Lyrae) VIII)

guijuela: [Spanish sanguijela back-formation] leech-like parasite, related to gonera, guessuga, guissuga, si, from Sa, the Leech Planet

guilala: [“The Big Space Monster Guilala” aka "The X of Outer Space" by Kazui Nihonmatsu, Eibi Motomochi, Moriyoshi Ishida] 60-m tall sauroid biped with lumpy skin, large leg frills, claws, beak, 2 flat body projections from sides from face, 2 antennae, 1 horn, shrinks when exposed to guilalium

guiron: [“Gamera vs. Guiron” aka "Attack of the Monsters" by Fumi Takahashi] 60-m long biped shaped like a butcher’s knife with eyes on sides, brawny arms, stumpy legs

guissuga: [Italian sanguissuga back-formation] leech-like parasite, related to gonera, guessuga, guijuela, si, from Sa, the Leech Planet

guld: [Danish guldfisk backfromation] ichthyoid ancestral to fish and goldfish, related to goud

gulder: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] large-eyed, hermaphroditic marsupial with small-mouthed snout from zeta Reticuli system

gull: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sea bird, see ern(e), skua, scaup, tern, fulmar, gannet, petrel, scoter

gullipud: [“The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] squishy, fast-breeding self-inflatable swamp-dweller used as gulliball from Jedi galaxy

gulo: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wolverine

gulon: aka jerff, ravenous dog-sized beast with head, ears, claws of cat, fox-like tail and thick shaggy brown fur from Scandinavia or [“Xoology” by Kittenbaker] Szurane, aka lion-hyena

gulphog: ["Alien Animal Planet" by Sean Cooper] biped with vibration-sensitive tusks and uv-sensitive parietal eye from Aurelia

gulp worm: [Resident Evil: Code Veronica] T-virus victim like mandible-less gravedigger

gumberoo: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 1.8-m thick-skinned, hairless ursinoid

gumi: [Swahili nyangumi back-formation] cetacean from Nya

gummy worm: [Here Be Monsters] worm used to catch phantom catfish

gummy wyrm: [Godville] monstrous, gelatinous worm said to have caused extinction of dinosaurs and dodos

gundark: [“Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back” by Donald E. Glut] strong, wild, 4-armed 1.5-m long pongoid whose ear-pulling was a rite of initiation from Jedi galaxy

Gunji jackdaw: [“If Wishes Were Horses” by Neil McCue Crawford and William L. Crawford] ostrich-like ornithoid

guppeacock: [guppy-peacock portmanteau] small, iridescent blue-green triphibian

gupsin: [FthinraKathi by Dale Murphy] venomous serpentine dracoid from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

gura: [“Star Pirate” by Len Dodson] giant egg-laying creature

gurp: [“Odd Squad: “The Trouble with Centigurps”] pink furball able to bounce, roll, fond of spheres, able to increase a hundredfold, see centigurp

gurrath: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] jaguar-like mongoose

gust: [Estonian/Armenian mangust back-formation] mongoose-like burrower from Ma, related to gar, goest, gosta, gouste, gusta, gustë, gustiniai, gusto, hust, from Ma, moon of Dea, Noon-Dae system, Galaxiki galaxy

gusta: [Polish/Romanian mangusta back-formation] mongoose-like burrower, related to gar, goest, gosta, gouste, gustë, gusta, gustiniai, gusto, hust, from Ma, moon of Dea, Non-Dae system, Galaxik galaxy

gustë: [Albanian mangustë] mongoose-like burrower, related to gar, goest, gosta, gouste, gust, gustiniai, gusta, gusto, hust, from Ma, moon of Dea, Noon-Dae system, Galaxiki galaxy

gustiniai: [Lithuanian mangustiniai back-formation] mongoose-like burrower from Ma, related to gar, goest, gosta, gouste, gustë, gustiniai, gusto, hust, from Ma, moon of Dea, Noon-Dae system, Galaxiki galaxy

gusto: [Galician mangusto back-formation] mongoose-like burrower, related to gar, goest, gosta, gouste, gust, gustë, gustiniai, hust, from Ma, Dea, Noon-Dae system, Galaxiki galaxy

guyascutus: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 3-m armored, mountain-climbing gator-like or rabbit-deer-like creature with dorsal spikes

guze panther: monstrous felinoid with blood-red spots with flaming mouth and ears from heraldry

gvhe: [Cherokee Tsalagi] bobcat

gvna: [Cherokee Tsalagi] turkey

gvnigetsuli: [Cherokee Tsalagi] black fox

gwak: [“Flash Gordon”] large, monstrous equine from Mongo

gwank: [gwak-wan portmanteau] large, long-legged tortoise-like steed

grawlion: [Outernauts RPG] rotund, purple horny toad

gwyfyn-cwcwyddrywystrys: [Welsh] barnacle goose-like griffinoid ancestral to moth and cwcwyddrywystrys, with cwcwyddrywystrys and moth

gwythaint: [Prydain series by Lloyd Alexander] huge black bird used as spy and executioner by Arawn, defeated by crows

gy: [Hungarian varangy back-formation] toad-like amphibian from Vara

gya: [Hungarian hangya back-formation] ant-like insectoid from Ha

gybbon: [Buffon] gibbon

gyorg: [The Legend of Zelda] pink, spiky shark-like ichthyoid from Hyrule

gyter: [tiger spoonerism] black felinoid with orange stripes

gyüki: multi-legged, bull-headed dracoid with sword-like tail from Japan

H

ha: [Galician/Portuguese aranha mondegreen] arachnoid, related to ya, from Ara comstellation (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

haasluk: [Afrikaans haas-sluk modegreen] hare-swallow, burrowing griffinoid related to haasmous, haaspecht, haaswaan, haasvoël (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

haasmous: [Afrikaans haas-smous mondegreen] hare-hawk, burrowing griffinoid related to haasluk, haaspecht, haaswaan, haasvoël (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

haaspecht: [Afrikaans haas-specht portmanteau] hare-woodpecker, burrowing griffinoid related to haasluk, haasmous, haaswaan, haasvoël (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

Haast eagle: see poukoi

haasvoël: [Afrikaans haas-aasvoël mondegreen] hare-vulture griffinoid related to haasluk, haasmous, haaspecht, haaswaan (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

haaswaan: [Afrikaans haas-swaan mondegreen] hare-swan, burrowing griffinoid related to haasluk, haasmous, haaspecht, haasvoël (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

hach: [at mondegreen] light brown giganthropoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

hackrabbit: [husk of jackrabbits spoonerism, “A Jusk of Hackrabbits”] lapoid with hatchet-like nose horn

haddo: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] humpback salmon, see holia

hadhayosh: [Persian, The Bundahishn transl. by E. W. West] aka sarsaok, related to behemoth, source of immortality beverage hush

hadrak: [Czech had-drak portmanteau] snake-dragon, legless, wing-less dracoid

hadrosaur: dinosaur with duck-like bill and webbed feet, related to crested lambeosaur

hadruk: [Belarussian had-druk portmanteau] skunk-seal, malodorous sirenian from Skjoob, Bjosko system, Galaxiki galaxy

haetae: lion-like, fire-eating canine, sometimes with one horn, bull-dog-like jaw from Korea

hagfish: fish with 4 hearts, toothed tongue, one nostril

haggot: [Wyst: Alastor 1716 by Jack Vance] food ichthyoid from Wyst

haha: [The Last Yggdrasill by Robert F. Young] ornithoid from New America (Genji V), fed by Quantextils, made extinct with the cutting of the last Yggdrasill tree

haho: ["Prince of Peril" by Otis Adelbert Kline] large, mottled green and orange hyena-like nocturnal creature with 3 horns, spines from Zarovia (Venus (Sol II))

haidh: [nhaidh elision] cockroach-like insectoid

haietlik: [Nootka] sharp-headed sea serpent able to shoot electricity from tongue

ha-inu: [“winged dog”] see ao-inu, winged blue canine

hairy ghost: [Oregon’s Ghosts and Monsters by Mike Helm] elusive, 2.1-meter, white, bear/gorilla-like BHM with webbed feet from Conser Lake nr. Albany, Ont.

hairyoddity: [Nehemiah Grue and Peter MacInnis] arboreal, bipedal rabbit that feeds on palm seeds and cocoanuts from Ugly Islands

haischa: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] turtle dove

hak: [Estonian Enki ape-hak kahepaikhe portmanteau, The Xoo Book] amphibian ancestral to ape becomes amphibious from Enki, moon of Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki (NGC 1300b) galaxy(Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

haku: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] kingfish, see opan

hal-bird: [Piers Anthony] very thin bird very large, narrow axe-beaked head from Xanth

hali toad: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] frog-like reptilian with poisonous breathe

hall minotaur: [Godville] mintaur adapted from labyrinths to hallways

hallucigenia: [Wonderful Life by Stephen Jay Gould] invertebrate with 14 tentacles and defensive spikes from Canada

hameh: [“Xoology” by Kittenbaker] bird that springs from murder victim’s blood from Szurane

hamites: ammonite that uncoils from shell into hairpin shape from Cretaceous

hammelhorn: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] shaggy, domesticated, black herd animal with large “sadface”, 3 hooves per foot

hammerfly: [Piers Anthony] night construction insect from Land of Flies, Xanth

hammie: [The Tree of Life by Mark Michalowski] vicious pongoid predator symbiotic with trees of Life whose brains were absorbed when threatened by Tollipian virus

hamster: [hamster back-formation] hamster-like predator that hamsts

hamstercat: [Cloudstone] hamster-like cat

hamsteer: [hamster-steer portmanteau] small rodentoid with large cheek pouches, horns and short tail

hanadak: [“Ewoks” series] ferocious creature like grizzly-baboon from Endor’s moon, Jedi galaxy

handbird: [The Right Hand of Dextra by David J. Lake] hand-like ornithoid from Dextra, see akateko

handwalker: [snouter extrapolation] snouter adapted to walk on hands with atrophied feet and nasarium

hang: [“Squirrel Cage” by Robert Sheckley] flying predator that eats slegs from Seer

hanzo: [Monster Galaxy] rat-headed, blue biped moga with large, clawed hands, red wings with blue tips from Sagittarius

hapalops: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] ground sloth from Miocene

Hapiazan clam: ["happy as a clam" mondegreen] clam from Hapiaza

hapyxelor: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 7.5-m sirenian with 3 eyes, aka mussie from Muskrat Lake, Ont.

haran: legendary “fire beast” from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

hardhat: [The Legend of Zelda] non-rock-spitting, rubbery beetle related to octorok, red much harder to kill than blue from Hyrule

hardim: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] starred lizard, see agama

hareng: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] herring

harikap: [Palace of Love, Star King by Jack Vance] large bristly biped from Sarkoy

harikapt: [harikap-apt portmanteau] bristly pongoid with white fur, 2 arms, 4 legs, hippo-like mouth with 2 large slightly curving tusks, large multi-lidded compound eyes

harmonium: [The Sirens of Titan by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.] kite-like, asexual, somewhat telekinetic blind and deaf chiropteran from Mercury (Sol I)

harpymimus: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 3-m ornithomimosaur with beak with few teeth

harrekki: [Wizard of Earthsea by Ursula K. LeGuin] small dracoid the size of a girl’s hand with wings and talons, feeding on worms, wasps and sparrow’s eggs from Iffish, Earthsea

hatazi: [Azerbaijani hata-tazi portmanteau] bug-greyhound, large, long-legged, carapaced beetle-like insectoid

hattifattener: [Finn Family Moonintroll by Tove Janssen] aka hattifnattar and hattvatit, tall, thin, tubular, white, vibration-sensitive creature with side tentacles, grown from seeds

haurok: ornithoid from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

hawk-owl: [hawk owl mondegreen] ornithoid with hawk-like head and owl-like body

hawkbower: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] predatory bowerbird, male with flesh-tearing beak for attracting flies for females

hawkoon: [Robot Hugs] griffinoid like hawk and raccoon

haxopod: [Frostworld and Dreamfire by John Morressy] beast of burden from Hraggellon (Dunuos II)

hayalit: small, burrowing creature from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

hayyoth: [Angels by Malcolm Godwin] fire-breathing yet heavenly beast

hcam: [Doria hcam machairod palindrome] sabre-toothed felinoid from Doria

hcegila: [unhcegila back-formation] non-man-eating dragon

headcrab: [Half-Life] aka head-humper, small, round parasite with 2 mottled tan and reddish hind limbs and 2 clawed forelimbs and beak between, in several varieties: watermelon-sized, both toxin- and radiation-resistant land and non-resistant aquatic, fast wall-walking and black or dark green poisonous with white knees and rattle-sound, controls host by covering face or whole head (“mawling”) and substituting “chestmaw”

headwiggle: polliwog

heath-hound: headless hell-hound

he bat: [Indonesian/Malay hebat back-formation] mammoth-bat griffinoid

hedamnu: [Hurrite] amphibious snake-dragon

heder: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] unshorn sheep, see hogg

hedorah: [“Godzilla vs. Hedorah” aka “Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster”] 60-m “flying pancake” garbage-eater with bulging eyes that leaves a sulphuric acid trail that grew into 120-m amorph with red eyes, stumpy legs, pseudopods, long flat tail

heela: [Warriors of Mars by Edward Powys Bradbury and Michael Moorcock] 8-legged hyena-sized creature from Kane’s world (Mars (Sol IV)) with 6 curved talons, long neck with 2 heads each with 4 eyes, razor-like teeth, 2 tails, barrel-like torso, feed on own dead when prey unavailable

heep: [hirsel of sheep spoonerism, “A Sirsel of Heep”] larger woolyworm-like relative of flice from Gahga, moon of Gagha, Gahgagaghag system, Galaxiki galaxy

hegetothere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] rabbit-like toxodont from Miocene

heid: [Afrikaans luiheid back-formation] sloth-lui ancestral to lui (leopard-horse) and sloth

heckkius: [galaxiki.org] voracious insectoid from Nytrino, Locomoto system, Galaxiki galaxy

heckyll: [Terra Monster RPG] black, one-horned caninoid, see grynn and cackyll, from Terrarium

helicat: [GreenSpace] cyborganic cat-helicopter scavenger

heliopath: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] tall, fiery creature

helicoid: [“Mathematical Zoo” by Martin Gardner] creature shaped like helix or spiral, such as mumps virus

helicopteryx: [snouter extrapolation] earwing with nearly-invisible rotating rather than flapping wing-ears

Hellguard virus: silicon-based virus that bonds very fast with oxygen, but countered by fool's gold dust (Pandora Principle)

hell hound: [Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle] aka demon dog, calf-sized dark, shaggy canine with fiery eyes, sometimes headless, from hell via Suffolk or Norfolk; see heath-hound

hellspider: [sourceforge.net] hellish transdimensional arachnoid

hemauchenia: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] aka Blancan llama from Pliocene

hemicyon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] long-legged running bear from early Miocene

hemiped: mutant with half the usual number of legs, 2-legged quadruped, 3-legged insectoid, 6-legged arachoid, balaseli or crustacean, 8-legged ornad, 18-legged hocust

hen: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] female chicken or salmon

hephalumph: [“The Hephalumph”] 4-meter, 3-eared, though deaf, pachyderm with red eyes, blue tail, turquoise nose and fondness for honey from Wildesmere

Heraclitus virus: [Warhammer 40,000] deadly virus used against Tyranids on Tarsis Ultra

herbil: [horde of gerbils spoonerism, “A Gored of Herbils”] small but ferocious horned rodentoid

heretic-ant: [Warhammer 40,000] omnivorous ant-likr insectoid that eats from feet upward from Catachan

herill: [Nomenclator Aquatitium Animantium by Conrad Gesner] aka scweynwal quadrupedal ichthyoid with pig-like snout and ears

hermit: [Diaspora by Greg Egan] molluscoid with interferometer vision from the janus tree forests of Poincaré

heron: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wading bird, see ibis, rail, crane, egret, stilt, avocet, avoset, jacana, flamingo

herrerasaur: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] 2.5-m bipedal dinosaur or dinosauromorph

herring-gull: [herring gull mondegreen] fishbird with herring-like head and gull-like body

hesperocyon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] early weasel-like canine from Eocene

hesperopithicus: ape with pig-like prosthennops teeth from Pliocene

hesperornis: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] long-legged, long-necked, flightless diving bird from Cretaceous, related to ichthyornis

hessi: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] aka barn beetle, food 8-legged arthropod with iridescent plates from Cathole, Barnard system

heterodontosaur: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] ornithopod descendant

heteromys: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] pocket mouse from Miocene

hexacamel: [N. M. Gibbons] aka trizebra, 6-legged camel-like zebra

hexagiraffe: [fairy chess] aka double zebra, leaping hexapodal camelopardoid

hexaprotodon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] hippo from Miocene

hexapteryx: [The Snouters by Harald Stümpke] creature with 6 wings, such as Hi-Yi-Yi damselfly

hexa-puma: ["Ms. Midshipwoman Harrington" by David Weber] hexapodal puma-like felinoid from Sphinx

hexip: [The Right Hand of Dextra by David J. Lake] equinoid from Dextra

heyuannia: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] crestless oviraptorosaur

hfeeder: ["The Worm Turns" by Gregory Benford] aka hydrophage, hydrogen-eating space creature with spokes, beams, rhomboids, fat curves, rough skin, prickly shells, rubbery rods and slick mirrors

hgiliwt: [twilight hgiliwt palindrome] twilight variety of ad from Acgaqa, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

hgin: [night hgin palindrome] nocturnal variety of diurnal ad, insectoid from Agcaqa, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

hgindim: [midnight hgindim] hgin predator from Agcaqa, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

hgintrof: [fortnight hgintrof] hgin predator from Agcaqa, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

hgkatha: [Pawns and Symbols by Majliss Larson] 6-legged, mahogany-colored burrower with slender muzzle from Tsorn

hia: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] hawk parrot

hicken: [headless chicken] chicken-like ornithoid except headless

Hickerson turtle: [Dean Hickerson] space-faring turtle capable of c/3

hickwall: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] green woodpecker

hidebehind: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] man-eater never seen because of its ability to hide behind trees or rocks

hider: [“Fungi from Yuggoth” by Howard Phillips Lovecraft]fractal-dimensional like tiny tentacled blob, usually within other fractal, minion of Yog-Sothoth

hierocosphinx: falcon-headed lion

Hieroff ant: [hierophant mondegreen] ant-like insectoid that kills even when not hungry from Hieroff

hiirnahr: [Estonian nahrhiir back-formation] mouse-nahr, ancestral to nahr (bat-mouse) and mouse

hiku: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] scabbard fish from New Zeeland

him: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 2.1-meter, long-armed malodorous nape from Hawley, TX

himbur: dark brown cat with black extremities

hiploop: [The Legend of Zelda] man-sized insectoid from Hyrule

hipokampus: [galaxiki.org] creature from Romula, Galaxiki galaxy

hipparion: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] last 3-toed horse from Pleistocene

hippodontia: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] 4-m tall, long-legged quadruped on Palul (Lar Don), the Dinosaur Planet

hippogryph: horse-like griffinoid with eagle head and wings

hipporcupine: [hippopotamus-porcupine portmanteau] hippoid with long, sharp, erectile quills

hippopotamonstrosequiped: [hippopotamonstrosesquipedian back-formation] monstrous hippoid with 2 extra legs

hippopotamoose: [hippopotamus-moose portmanteau] hippoid with moose-like antlers

hippopotamouse: [hippopotamus-mouse portmanteau] river-dwelling hippo-sized rodentoid

hiri-hiri: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] predatory marsupial with snake-like prehensile tail

hirschwan: [German Hirsch-Schwan portmanteau] deer-swan, griffinoid

hirsuk: [Dudekors “Hairy monster”] amphibious suk with thick matted hair and tough hide

hive-rat: [King David’s Spaceship by Jerry Pourelle] fierce oviparous rodentoid from Makassar

hlai: [pl. hlaiin, The Romulan Way by Terisa Halekala-LoBrotto] large flightless food ornithoid from Eisn (128 Trianguli) system

hlinga: emotion-sensitive glowworm from Rythria (Double, Double by Michael Jan Friedman)

hlorg: [“Contamination Crew” by Alan Nourse] pink omnivorous blob absorbs energy on atomic level via nuclear enzyme, particularly fond of carbon doubling in 8 hrs. but edible

hlvdaji: [Cherokee Tsalagi] lion

hlvdatsi: [Cherokee Tsalagi] tiger

hnoiyika: [pl. hnoiyikar] vicious weazel-like predator from ch’Rihan, Romulan Empire

hobab: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] ox

hodag: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 2.4-meter, black, horned creature with backspikes, spear-like tail from Wisc., in cave and shovel-nose varieties

hodgee: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 6-meter, long-necked lake snake with flippers from Lake Hodges, CA; prey of hodging predators

hogg: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] unshorn sheep, see heder

hog monkey: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “Jet”] baboon-like simian with red eyes, dark face with pig-like snout, thicker upperhair, upward-pointing tusks

hogoose: [hog-goose portmanteau] griffinoid, see bargans

hohokum: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] fast-swimming, insectoid with wide flippers, short eyestalks and mandibles from Jedi galaxy

hokoratata: poisonous ichthyoid, mimicked by non-poisonous mock hokoratata, both from Deepsea (Phoenix IV), Galaxiki galaxy

hokuwa: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] long-necked, small-headed lake snake from Devil's Lake, Wisc.

hol: [athol mondegreen] light brown fish-eating chiropteran (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

holey cow: [Piers Anthony, holy cow mondegreen] brainless bovine full of holes, yet used as steed, from Xanth

holia: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] humpback salmon, see haddo

holmesina: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] giant armadillo from Pleistocene

Homeside magpie: [From Galaxy to Galaxy" and "Ghost Ship Chrest IV" by Kurt Mahr] shaggy, gray, 1.5 ornithoid with spherical head, button eyes, long beak, one leg, 6-fingered arm, communicates via radiowaves from Virgo A galaxy

homoceratops: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] carnivorous ceratopsian dinosaur on Palul (Lar Don), the Dinosaur Planet

homothere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] dirk-toothed cat from Pleistocene

homy: [Monster Galaxy] sardonic, multicolored molluskoid moga

hónatata: [The Snouters by Harald Stümpke] berry-eating snoutwalker with 4 nasaria from Hi-Yi-Yi Islands

Honey Island Swamp monster: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] aka "wookie", 2.1-meter, gray, amphibious giganthropoid with yellow eyes, 4-toed feet from Honey Island swamp, Louisiana

honeyrabbit: [honey bee-bunny rabbit portmanteau] rabbit-like burrowing creature that yields a honey-like excretion

honeysucker: [Worlds Apart: Nat. Hist. of Furaha and Earth by Souren Nyoroge] armored creature with long tail, neck and snout that eats both honey and larval aurae from Furaha (alpha Phoenicis IV)

honeytail: [The Snouters by Harald Stümpke] bee-eating snouter that secretes solidifying sella from nasarium and honey-like secretion from tail from Mitadina, Hi-Yi-Yi Islands

honon: [aethonon mondegreen] bluish-green pegasus (TheLife and Times of Isabella Feghoot)

hooded dasher: [The Jesus Incident by Frank Herbert and Bill Random] dangerous ground-dweller from Pandora

hoodwink: [M. F. Meikeljohn] bird too elusive to be seen or heard clearly or captured, see gowk, snipe, or [Terra Monster RPG] from Terrarium

hooey hound: [Popeye] aka painted wolf from Africa

hook spider: [“Realm of Fear”] Talarian arachnoid with half-m legs

hoon: [Eyes of he Overworld by Jack Vance] grue-like predator

hoop snake: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] venomous black serpent up to 4.5-meters, able to move quickly by biting its tail and rolling, from American Southwest, see ouroboros, tzuchinoko, or L'li (The Children Star by Joan Slonczewski)

hoopworm: [Piers Anthony] worm able to move quickly by biting its tail and roll from Xanth

hoorah bird: [Piers Anthony] colorful, though ugly, bird that collects debris and bric-a-brac from Xanth

hoot: [Planiverse by Alexander Dewdney] bidimensional sea animal from Arde, Shems system, see ara and robor hoot

hootenant: [Terra Monster RPG] owl-like ornithoid with armored head, see generowl, from Terrarium

hoover: [Star Wars: Return of the Jedi by James Kahn] quadruped with long, disproportionate snout and large eyes

Hoover hog: armadillo

hophead: double-mouth adapted to hopping, see chin-chilla, jawbreaker, from Thuban (alpha Draconis) system

hopiak: [The Howling Stones by Alan Dean Foster] flying creature like bird and bat with pink eye below and above short beak from Parramat archepelago, Senisran

hoplophoneus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] sabre-tooth-like nimravid from Oligocene

hopper: [The Stars Are Ours by Andre Norton] kangaroo rat-like creature that hopps (hops and burrows) from Astra (Deutero-Sol II)

hopping fish: ["Return of the Kangaroo Rex" by Janet Kagan] rice-loving fish able to leap 3.6 meters from Mirabile

hopping hawk: [Peter MacInnis] flightless bird with winghooks from Ugly Islands

hoppopotamus: [Wuz series by Douglas Hutchison] rabbit-like hippoid from Wuz

horeb: [Callisto series by Lin Carter] vile rodentoid from Thanator

horja: ["Planet of Lizard" by Bernd Perpline] mosquito-like insectoid from Topid

horker: [The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind] white furred, tusked, water-breathing sirenians from near Solstheim

horklump: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] pinkish mushroom-like creature with black bristles that eats eartworms

hornadon: [The First Kingdom by Jack Kate] 2.1-meter, horned, fanged anthropoids

hornhead: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] see groath, moose-like antelope in helmeted variety with axe-shaped horns and water variety with branched horns and spade-shaped mouth

hornswoggle: [Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Ronald Dahl] dangerous creature from Loompaland, Africa

horntail: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] 5-m black, omnivorous dragon with bronze horns, spiked tail from Hungary

hornterror: [Perry Rhodan series] one egg of which can defoliate a planet, but secret molkex used as armor in Blue Empire ships

hornworm: [Piers Anthony] predatory worm with 4 horns that usually protrude above the surface attacks with corrosive poison strong enough to shatter stone from Xanth

horrane: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] cheetah-like gigantelope-eating primate with sharp teeth, curved claws

horria auss: ["Face To Face With Planet Scanodon" by Rocky Strone] auss from Scandon, Croft system

horse-fly: pegasoid with fly-like wings and compound eyes

horse-hawk: see hurrok

horse-rhino: [The Island of Dr. Moreau by Herbert George Wells] horse-headed rhinoceros mutant

horswine: [horse-swine portmanteau] long-legged horse-like porcoid

hort: [“The Face of Evil” by Chris Boucher] pirana-like crustracean from Xoanon’s world

horust: ["Face To Face With Planet Scanodon" by Rocky Strone] large, terrestrial scavengers with 12 to 36 legs and multi-fingered antennae at both ends, pink chitinous plates up to 5 meters from Scandon

hoto: [Portuguese gafanhoto back-formation] grasshopper-like insectoid from Gafa

houndeye: [Half-Life] yellow-green triped with electric blue stripes, large black compound eyes, high-pitched bark, destructive pack harmonics, mouth on underbelly, related to panthereye

hou tie: [Fringe] armored, anaerobic metallophage with tentacles, prey of kun tie

houtou: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] motmot from S. America

hoverworm: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] 1-m poisonous worm that explosively expels toxic gas

howboy: [cowboy hat spoonerism, “The Howboy Cat”] rather largefelinoid with wide brim for protecting its light-sensitive eyes from the sun

howler: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] furless, violetish-gray, sickly-dog-like simian with misshapened shoulders, legquills and maddening howl, trained as mounts with difficulty

howler cat: ["Shabazzas Death Track" by H. G. Francis] forest felinoid from Lepso (Firing V)

howler caterpillar: ["The Element of Cold" by Arndt Ellmer] roaring, 30-cm, white and pink spotted caterpillar-like insectoid with need for uv from Azyrk

howler dog: ["Beasts of the Underworld" by Kurt Mahr] jungle caninoid from Geron

howlrunner: [Han Solo’s Revenge by Brian Daley] wild, canine-like omnivore from Kamar with humanoid-skull-like head

hownow: [The Rise and Fall of the Sheshak Empire] brown bovinoid

hoxney: [Heliconia trilogy by Brian W. Aldiss] creature from Helliconia, Batalix-Freyr system

Hoylean dog: ["Dog Star" by Will Richardson (Bill DuBay)] giant, tentacled monster like that owned by Cable Renshaw named Nebraska from Hoyle

hplovec: [H. P Lovecraft] raft-like water surface predator

Hponian snake: [Hpo’s oph palindrome] oph-like amphisbæna, related to Ekagretran snake, from Hpo, moon of Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

hreshnik: [Armenian hresh-shnik portmanteau] monster-pig, giant, ferocious porcoid fro Adiusa, Goodiusa system. Galaxiki galaxy

hrochrt: [Czech hroch-chrt portmanteau] hippopotamus-greyhound, large, gray, aquatic caninoid

Hromi: from Hromi constellation (Gatherer camp Gahromi, "The Vengence Factor" by Sam Rolfe)

hrotr: [“The Altar of Redemption” by Anne Laurie Logan] flying creature of the jauneans

hrtvor: [Croatian hrt-tvor portmanteau] greyhound-skunk, fast, malodorous mammaloid

hrumph: ["The Gungan Frountier" by Chris McCubbin] large herbivore beast of burden with antlers from Jedi galaxy

hsi-fu: [fu-hsi back-formation] snake-headed ox

hsigo: [“Xoology” by Kittenbaker] winged simian from Szurane

hsub: [bush hub palindrome] creature of jungle undergrowth

htif: [filthy htif palindrome] creature noted for filthiness

Htol’s sloth: [Htol's sloth palindrome] sloth-like mammaloid from Htol’s star (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

Htomese moth: [mynynym] moth-like insectoid from Htom, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

Htommamese mammoth: [mynynym] shaggy pachyderm from Htommam, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

htyhr: [rhythm htyhr palindrome] blue-gray creature

huaxignathus: ["old Chinese jaw", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 1.8-m compsognathid with very long hands

hüen: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] hyena

huey: [Monster Galaxy] blue vulpinoid moga from Gemini constellation

huffalon: [Amazing Logic Puzzles by Norman D. Willis] beast of burden from Dranac

hugger: [The Barber of Aldebaran by William Moy Russell] exotic life-form

huggernaut: [Godville] monster that kills by hugging, not crushing like juggernaut

hugl: [“The Chosen People” by Robert Randall] invested Nidor, see wiggle-worm until edris powder discovered

huhnerz: [German Huhn-Nerz portmanteau] chicken-mink, egg-laying, furry burrower with beak from moons of Dea, Noon-Dae system, Galaxiki galaxy

huhu: [Cherokee Tsalagi] yellow mockingbird

huilliches: aka Chilean basilisk, long mouse-like rodent with rooster-like head

huit: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] oyster

huli jing: [Here Be Monsters almanac] 9-tailed fox aka kitsune in Japan and kurniho in Korea

hull rat: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] thin hexapod up to half-m from gas giant Chassana

huma: [Music of Life by Hazrat Inayat Khan] androgynous, carrion-eating phoenix from Persia

humar: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] lobster

humbaba: [Here Be Monsters almanac] fire-breathing gianthropoid with lion's mane, horns, feline face from Mesopotamia

humbug: [The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster] large beetle-like insectoid in lavish coat, striped trousers, checkered waistcoat, spats and derby

humdinger: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] blibbering creature

hummelch: [German Hummel-Elch portmanteau] bumblebee-elk/moose, griffinoid with antlers and humming from Ahla, Ojikh system, Galaxiki galaxy

hummer: [Piers Anthony] mysterious humming flying creature from stagnant water whose hum is especially annoying to demons in Xanth

hummingcow: aka hummingbird-cow griffinoid, see libri

humming dog: [“The Glowing Eggs of Titan"] oviparous hummingbird-like caninoid from Titan (Saturn 4)

humming peeper: [“Ewoks” series] small, flying swamp-dweller with sleep-inducing hum from Endor I’s moon, Jedi galaxy

humpedback lizard: ["Liberation in Camouflage" by Michael Marcus Thurner] large sauroid with backhump from Sadik

humped man: [The Night Land by William Hope Hodgson] anthropoid from the Night Land

humrož: [Czech humr-mrož portmanteau] lobster-walrus, six-legged, eyestalked serenian with tusks and whiskers

hum sow: [somehow spoonerism] porcoid with insectoid wings that hums as it flies

humung: [humungous mondegeen] giant goose-like ornithoid

hunanothere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] giraffe near relative

huou: [Vietnamese con huou back-formation] creature ancestral to con and giraffe from Di Sa

hurtle: [Cloudstone] hare-turtle

hurrok: [Tortall series by Tamora Pierce] aka “horse-hawk” predatory pegasus with claws rather than hooves

hurt panther: monstrous felinoid with blue spots with flaming mouth and ears from heraldry

husavec: [Czech husa-savec portmanteau] goose-mammal, goose-like triphibious mammaloid

huse: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] white whale from Caspian, see beluga, huso

hush: [High Stakes by David Peters] somewhat like animated bearrug with coarse, matted brown fur

huso: see huse

hust: [Belarussian manhust back-formation] mongoose-like burrower, related to gar, goest, gosta, gouste, gust, gustë, gustiniai, hust, from Ma, moon of Dea, Noon-Dae system, Galaxiki galaxy

hutia: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] rodent from W. Indies

hyaenodon: carnivore from Oligocene

hyainolouros: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] hyena-like creodont that migrated from Africa to Europe in Miocene

hycust: [locust antonym] swarming mountain insectoid

hydra: [Lernaean] 9-headed snake

hydralic ram: [Piers Anthony] large, curly horned, wooly sheep-like ruminant, related to battering ram, from Xanth

hydrusaur: sea serpent from Hydrus

hyaenodon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] primitive creodont from Oligocene

hydraclops: [Odd Squad: “Rise of the Hydraclops”] large, one-eyed, tentacled seamonster

hydrapoid: [The Microbots #1] 4.5-m tall gray-furred creature with mammoth-like body, tusks, 2 tentacle-like “trunks”, 3 slimy, suckered feeding tentacles on either side of face

hydrarchos: [Hydrarchos by Alber Koch] 34-m sea serpent

hyena-swine: [Island of Dr. Moreau by Herbert George Wells] hyena-headed porcine mutant

hyenat: [hyena-gnat portmanteau] small scavenger insectoid with powerful jaws, short hind legs

hyla: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] toad

hylighter: [The Jesus Incident by Frank Herbert and Bill Random] orange jellyfish-like lighter-than-air carnivore from Pandora

hymeri: ["Rhodan Times a Thousand" by Hans Kneifel] gliffer-eating forest lizard that gives off foul, nocturnal gas bubbles from Trafalgar (fka Magadona), Victory system, Demetria cluster

hypercoryphodon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] rhino-sized coryphodon

hyperfish: air-breathing hyperdimensional ichthyoids that travel in space-time in schools of up to 27 members, aided Tick, Paul the Samurai in Pan-Celestial Challenge of Champions (The Tick)

hypergriffin: hyperdimensional griffin-like monster (Final Crisis Aftermath: Runi #4)

hyper lynx: [Godville] lynx-like plasmoid able to travel at lightspeed

hyperodapedon: [Strange Science] dinosaur with short legs, double fangs

hypnopotamus: [Godville] hippopotamus with snake-like hypnotic eyes

hypnotoad: ["Futurama"] toad-like batrachian with hypnotic eyes

hypohippus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] leaf-eating horse from Miocene

hypotenuse: [Piers Anthony] very fat creature with mouth that opens into a triangle from Xanth

hypsilophodont: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] horned dashund-like psittacosaur

hyracodon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] Great Dane-sized running rhinoid from Eocene

hyracothere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] hyrax-like paleothere mistaken for Eocene horse

hythea: [Terra Monster RPG] bipedal, aquatic rodentian with large claws, see lotheo, from Terrarium

I

ialua: [café au lait ialua éfac, café noir ion éfac palindromes] light brown éfac

iao: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] honey eater bird, see moho, manuao

iaryt: [Tyrian iaryt palindrome] purplish brown creature

iatnuom: [niatnuom elision] goat-like ruminant

ib: ["The Amazing Carnival of Complaining" by Nathan Carlson and Phil Lollar] red-naped creatures, see muloc, rab, rallod

ib rab: [Barbie ib rab palindrome] pink ib, see rab

ibid: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] lizard from Phillipines, see ibit

ibis: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wading bird, see rail, crane, egret, heron, stilt, avocet, avoset, jacana, flamingo

ibit: see ibid

ibrot: [torbie ibrot palindrome] creature with patchy markings of "red" (yellow-orange)/brown on "blue" (gray)/cream (very pale yellow-orange)

ibla: [nibla elision] white creature

ic: [abannic mondegreen] red-orange creature from Aba, Taurus (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

ice-ant: [“Flight on Titan” by Stanley G. Weinbaum] cold-adapted insectoid from Nivia colony, Titan (Saturn 4)

icebeast: ["Cauldron of the Transmitter" by Dirk Hess] 3-m, slim, gray predator with 4 legs, long furry tail, broad head with 2 fangs from Kledzak-Mikhon

ice-burro: [Edgar Rice Burroughs mondegreen] burro-like eguinoid adapted to arctic from Edgarr

ice crab: [Winx Club] cold-adapted crustacean

ice-dragon: ["Once a Legionnaire" by Gerry Conway] dracoid from frigid Wondil IX

ice dragon: dracoid adapted to extreme cold from Sappire (Eno III), Galaxiki galaxy

icegedunk: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] flipper-less sirenian with wheel-like rear appendages

icegiant: from Stiemond (Papiloma IV), star maelstrom between Ploohn-Nabyl and Mahagoul galaxies

icegoat: ["Demon of Red Dwarves" by Ernst Vlcek] goat-like ruminant adapted to cold from Ottooljim, Ottrahr system, Perseus arm

ice snake: [Winx Club] ice-breathing serpentoid from Omega dimension, see snowsnake

icespider: ["Ice Spiders" by Eric Miller] arachnid adapted to cold

icevia: [Monster Galaxy] serpentine moga with crystalline horn and mane

ice-wolf: [“Courier” by Keith Laumer] cold-adapted caninoid from Sköne or Vasa, Jorgensen’s system

iceworm: [E. J. "Stroller" White] worms living in glacial ice, ["The Peace Mission" by Hubert Haensel, "The Ysterone" by Kurt Mahr] 30-m, slimy variety from Worsian IV, All-Mohandot galaxy

ichneumon: [Historia Animalium by Conrad Gesner] aka Egyptian mongoose, long-tailed crafty enemy of dragons

ichthyoid: fish-like creature

ichthyornis: ["fish-bird", The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] seabird from Cretaceous, related to hesperornis

ichthyosaur: ["fish-lizard"] fish-like aquatic dinosaur of Cretaceous, including opthalmosaur

icthyomorph: [Starcross by Philip Reeve] space-dwelling fish-like creature

icor: [nicor elision] creature like both elephant and ent

icosohedroid: [“Mathematical Zoo” by Martin Gardner] creature shaped like icosohedron including herpes, measles, and triola viruses

idek: creature from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

idhoggr: [nidhoggr elision, “id-tearer”] telepathic dracoid

idico: [nidicolous elision mondegreen] louse-like insectoid remaining in nest until able to fly

idifu: [nidifugous elision mondegreen] goose-like ornithoid whose hatchlings soon leave the nest

idigat: [Continuum RPG] black, pack hunting leonid, both sexes maned from Amarillon, Nogullon system

id na tao: [Filipino qanid na tao back-formation] vulture-like ornithoid from Qa

id nob: [Bondi idnob palindrome] Bondi blue creature, see nob

idoffad: [Crayola daffodil idoffad palindrome] daffodil yellow creature

odorip: [Crayola spiral disco ball Aboc's idorips palindrome] greenish blue creature from Aboc system (The Xoo Book, Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

idrev: [verdigris irg idrev palindrome] blue-green irg

iec: [ceil iec palindrome] ceil blue creature

iellä: [Finnish niellä elision] swallow-like ornithoid

iffler: [niffler elision] iffling predator

ifirroh: [“Horrific Ifirroh”] horrible monster

igelch: [German Igel-Elch portmanteau] hedgehog-elk/moose, burrower with digging antlers from Egeland [Afrikaansor Dutch egel-eland portmanteau], moon of Dea, Noon-Dae system, Galaxiki galaxy

Igeti ape: [Basque Igeti ape-epaitegi portmanteau] ape-stingray ancestral to ape and stingray from Igeti

ightingale: [nightingale elision] nightingale-like ornithoid

Igi snake: [Igi lab baligi palindrome] gengineered baligi-like amphisbæna from Igi laboratories

igitz: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] small blue batrachian with webbed hind feet and clawed forefeet and hind fins

ignitler: [Terra Monster RPG] small flamoose from Terrarium

igōli: [anigōli mondegreen] perch-like ichthyoid from A (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

igopogo: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 21-m gray, dog-headed, air-breathing creature with flippers from Lake Simcoe, Ont., related to Beaverton bessie and Kempenfet Bay kelly varieties

igrifani: [milligrifani mondegreen] green millipede (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

igriou: [Grondo “lazy”; La Découverte de L’Empire de Cantahur by De Varennes de Mondasse] white donkey-like person-shy equinoid from Cantahar Island that needs dog for motivation

iguana: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] lizard, see gila, gecko, guana, skink, varan

iguanadon: [Gideon Mantell] large herbivorous dinosaur, quadruped (or not), with nose-horn (or thumb-claw)

iguanat: [iguana-gnat portmanteau] small, 6-legged sauroid

Igumi snake: [Igumi imugi palindrome] imugi-like amphisbæna from Igumi

ihcro: [orchid ihcro palindrome] purplish pink creature

ihi: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] stitchbird

ihscuf: [fucshia ihscuf palindrome] pinkish purple creature

ihselttab: [battleship ihselttab palindrome] battleship gray creature

I-knit: [stinking niknits palindrome] malodorous arachnoid

ikopi: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin"] long-legged quadruped with question-mark-shaped horns (said to cure shaupat bite) and long hollow tongue

ikpmup: [pumpkin inpmup palindrome] orange creature

ikthos: ["Prince of Peril" by Otis Adelbert Kline] hideous, scaly pet with tusks, long tail from Zarovia (Venus (Sol II))

il: [nil elision] hippopotamus-horse

ilager: [regalia ilager palindrome] purplish creature that ilages

ilc: [cliff ilc mondegreen] cliff-dwelling creature (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

Ilgfee reef glider: [red Ilgfee reef glider palindrome] red reef glider-like creature from Ilgfee (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

ilingoceras: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] pronghorn with straight spiral horns from Miocene

iliphint: three-eyed pachyderm

ilj: [Dutch niljpaard back-formation elision] hippopotamus-horse ancestral to horse and hippopotamus

Iller quail: small ornithoid with mottled plumage and short tail from Iller

iliboru: [urobilin iliboru palindrome] brownish orange creature

ilijah: [The Gods of the Underworld by Stephen Cole] voracious lizard with parasitic young gengineered by Boor and later by Venedel

illithida: [pl. illithidae, Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] Illithid-like creature including cessirid, embrac, kigrid and saltor

illuyanka: [Hittite] hydra-like 7-headed dracoid

ilma kabosh: [Planiverse by Alexander Dewdney] bidimensional sea animal from Arde, Shems system

ilo: [olid ilo palindrome] malodorous creature, see nar, see erua

ilop: [Catalan antilop back-formation] elk/moose-antelope, ruminant ancestral to elk or moose and antelope

ilop ant: [Catalan antilop back-formation] insectoid symbiot with ilop

ilski: [Croatian nilski konj elision back-formation] hippopotamus-horse ancestral to horse and hippopotamus

ilut: [tulip ilut] pink creature

im: ["The Stranger" by H. G. Ewers] insectoid symbiot in chelao gestalt, see thread devils and membrillas

imdugud: Mesopotamia griffin

imoba: [abominable Elban imoba palindrome] monstrous creature from Elba

imugi: large python-like water or cave snake from Korea

in’hhui: [The Romulan Way by Terisa Halekala-LoBrotto] ichthyoid from ch’Rihan, Eisn (128 Trianguli) system

ína: [Icelandic canína back-formation] lapoid from Ca

inadzuk: [Armenian sardinadzuk back-formation] sardine-spider sea arachnoid ancestral to spider and sardine-like young

inafrog: [galaxiki.org] predatory batrachian with poison gas bubbles from Bubblefire, Locomoto system, Galaxiki galaxy

ínadv: [Cherokee Tsalagi] snake

incisivosaur: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 1-m primative oviraptorosaur with buckteeth

indri: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] short-tailed lemur, see maki

ined: [denim ined palindrome] denim blue creature

inesra: [arsenic inesra palindrome] arsenic gray creature

infinity worm: [Keys of Infinity by Clifford A. Pickover] worms with highly variable life expectancies from short-lived greens (11.86 yrs.), through goldens, grays (13.17 yrs.), blues (237 yrs.), violets (391 yrs.), crimsons (147,000 yrs.) and virtually immortal blacks and transparents from Callisto (Jupiter (Sol V) 4)

ingen: [ningen elision] cuckoo-rabbit, long-eared burrowing griffinoid

ingenia: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 2-m oviraptorosaur with low crest, short arms

inisid-isda: [Filipino maninisid-isda back-formation] cormorant-like ornithoid from Ma

Inkan snake: [inkanyamba back-formation] yamba-like snake from Inka, not related to Abmayan snake

inkanyamba: [“Animal X”] horse-headed serpentoid from Howick Falls, S. Africa [Here Be Monsters almanac] or 2 antelope heads

inki: [ninki-nanka elision] creature ancestral to nanka and inki-nanka

inkt: [Dutch inktvis back-formation] squid-fish, feeding-tentacled ichthyoid ancestral to fish and squid from Atnam, moon of Tamanta, Stamanta system, Galaxiki galaxy

inlati: [Doomsday World by Carmen Carter, Peter David, Michael Jan Friedman and Robert Greenberger] spicy-tasting ichthyoid

inoceramus: 2-m flat clam from Cretaceous

inoli: [Cherokee Tsalagi] badger

insinuosaur: [The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] coneater-mimicking jinx

inspector: [“Fungi from Yuggoth” by Howard Phillips Lovecraft] magic-eating fractal-dimensional like thin spiky tube with blob at one end, minion of Yog-Sothoth

instinct warrior: ["The Instinct Warrior" by H. G. Francis] predator from Zentapher

intellect devourer: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] bred by Illithid, [The World of Synnabarr by Raymond C. S. McCracken] very dangerous relative of shoo monster from Synnabarr, fka Mars (Sol IV)

invisible: ["Superman under the Red Sun"] large land octopus

io: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] peacock butterfly or moth

ion: [café au lait ialua éfac, café noir ion éfac palindromes] dark brown éfac

ipal: [lapis lazuli Luzal's ipal palindrome] lapis lazuli blue creature from Luzal

ipe: [sepia ipes palindrome] old ivory creature with dark brown ticking

iponi: [sinopia iponi palindrome] dark reddish brown creature

Ipsllean spider: [“Red Ipslle Bell Spider”] red Bell spider-like space creature from Ipslle

irap: [Paris irap palindrome] toxic emerald green creature

irati: [Slovenian šikanirati back-formation] caninoid from Šika

Iratus bug: [“Star Gate: Atlantis”] large insectoid that becomes more and more like prey from Pegasus galaxy

irba: [nirba elision] aquatic reptilian with large head and foreclaws and long tail

iree: [eerie iree palindrome] eerie black creature

iretsiw: [wisteria iretsiw palindrome] lavender creature

irg: [sangria irg nas mondegreen] reddish purple na, see idrev

iri: [iris iri palindrome] blue creature

Irish elk: [megaloceras giganteius, After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] moose-like deer with 3.6-m antlers

ironbelly: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] metallic gray, 6-tonne dragon with deep red eyes from Ukraine

iron-eater: ["The Bio-breeder" by Peter Terrid] insectoid from Ohhgras that excretes iron

irpac: [capri itrpac palindrome] light sky blue creature

irzibaj: [jbizri ananym] flying beetle with pale blue back and glossy black underbelly with bright red spots from Ahla, Ojikh system, Galaxiki galaxy

isaacasi moth: [Isaac Asimov pun] moth-like insectoid gestalt

isak: [pl. isakki, Fortune’s Light by Michael Jan Friedman] wild, toothy, black creature from Imprima, muzza ("bitch")

ischyrosmilus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] sabre-toothed cat from Zanclean age (early Pliocene)

iserri: [irresistable Elbit's iserri palindrome] cerise creature from Elbit

ishcuf: [neon fuchsia ishcuf palindrome] purplish red noen

íshinú: [níshinú elision] herring-dog amphibian

ishravas: [uchaishravas back-formation] 6-headed quadruped ancestral to ucha and uchaishravas

Isser snake: [Isser cressi palindrome] cressi-like amphibæna from Iss

it: [valit mondegreen] red burrower (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

ita: [Filipino pugita back-formation] octopus-dog ancestral to dog and octopus

itch beetle: [Alien Pet: “I Was A Teenage Bearded Boy” by Japhet Asher] small beetle-like insectoid from Confirma

itchfly: [Piers Anthony] from Land of Flies, Xanth

itchyworm: [A Hero's Guide to Deadly Dragons by Hiccup Haddock III] small, chili red, blood-sucking pack-hunting dracoid with painful sting from Barbarian archipelago

itcra: [arctic itcra palindrome] arctic creature

itnam: [mantis itnam palindrome] greenish creature

Itnatan shrimp: [Atantia itnata palindrome] shrimp-like sea creature from Itnata

itoare: [Romanian ciocanitoare mondegreen] woodpecker-like ornithoid from Cioca (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

itreraptor: [buitreraptor mondegreen] lavender dinosaur (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

itrot: [tortie itrot palindrome] creature with tortoiseshell (black, "red" (yellow-orange), cream) markings

ity: [wality mondegreen] green gopher (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

iuq: see elrah, noj [Quinacridone Nodircan iuq palindrome] from Nodirca system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

ival: [nival elision] ptarmigan-partridge ornithoid

ivedder: [red devil ivedder palindrome] dark crimson creature that iveds

ivil: [livid ivil palindrome] blue-gray creature

ivory sail: ["The Worm Turns" by Fregory Benford] ivory-colored solar sail with spars from HD209458 system

ixxen: ["The Dogtown Tourist Agency" by Jack Vance] blind fox-like animal that sometimes raise wild Gomaz children on steppe of Long Bones, Maz

iylf: [niylf elision] flying creature

iynx: wryneck woodpecker

izlard: [lizard spoonerism] fatty reptilian

J

j: [Piers Anthony] cheery, crested bird in blue, green and red varieties from Xanth

j'suna: ["The Menace of Mystery Island", "Cosmo turns Traitor"] alien pet of D'jann

ja: [pl. j’ja, Tarzan the Terrible by Edgar Rice Burroughs] sabre-toothed, yellow-and-black striped lion-like felinoid from Pal-ul-don, Zaire, [“Confluence” by Brian Aldiss] depraved underground creature from Myrin, [Slovenian kanja back-formation, galaxiki.org] buzzard-like ornithoid from Ka, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

jabberwock: [Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll, illustrated by John Jenniel] 6-m tall creature with thin legs, 3-toed dinosaur-like foot, thin arms with 3 long furry claws, long rat-like tail, bat-like wings, pear-shaped body, serpentine neck, fish-like head with fins jutting from lower jaw and tendrils from sides of mouth, bug-eyes, no nose, antennae, scales

jabizri: [The Voyages of Dr. Dolittle by Hugh Lofting] 7.5-cm flying beetle with glossy black back with bright red spots and pale blue underbelly

jaboon: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] slow long-eared, fork-tailed quadrupedal herbivore with leathery hide from Jedi galaxy

jacana: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wading bird, ibis, rail, crane, egret, heron, stilt, avocet, avoset, flamingo

jackalope: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] aka deer-bunny, "warrior rabbit", 1.2-m lapoid with antlers from Wyoming or [Monster Galaxy] batwinged jackalope moga from Leo constellation

jackass-rabbit: [portmanteau: jackrabbit] jackass-like rabbit, see mule rabbit

jacu: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] bird from S. America, see guan, sylph, turco, seriema

jaeger: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] gull, see skua, allan

jag: [Monster Galaxy] leopard-spotted, 4-legged landshark moga

jaglui: [Afrikaans jagluiperd back-formation] cheetah-horse ancestral to horse and cheetah

jaguon: [Jets*Rockets*Spacemen Trading Card #45] lion-like felinoid adapted to high temperatures

jaiga: [“Gamera vs. Jiger”, aka “Gammera vs. Monster X” by Fumi Takahashi] 60-m long stregosauroid that can spit quill-like spears, shoot heat ray, fly using jets under neck shield

Jaiwanese frog: [Genius Loci by Ben Aaronovitch] ritually burned giant batrachian beast-of-burden from Jaiwan

jak: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] shark

jakabird: [“The Beast with a Billion Backs” by Eric Kaplan] humanoid-faced angeloid that feeds off parasites from electro-matter universe

jakal: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] jackal

ja kacka: [Belarussian dzika ja kacka back-formation] boar-duck, tusked triphibian

jamod: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] camel

janais: [Timeless by Stephen Cole] pet from Gallifrey which exhales time, but apparently die in Big Bang after eating Time Vorex wraiths

janglefish: musical ichthyoid from Atnam, moon of Tamanta, Stamanta system, Galaxiki galaxy

janiset: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] weasel-like predatory rodent

japote: ["Babylon 5: Knives" by Lawrence G. DiTillio] food animal from Centauri Prime

jarel: [Ili-Golik dzharel] small horned equinoid from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

Jarvis' sea-monster: [Four-Day Planet by H. Beam Piper] source of tallow wax, main export from Fenris

jasimha: [gajasimha mondegreen] gray-green elephant-lion (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

jastrike: [Terra Monster RPG] large, predatory ornithoid, not as stealthy as striken, from Terrarium

javelina: [museumofhoaxes.com by Alex Boese] prehistoric horned porcoid, ancestor of rackabore

jawbreaker: [hophead extrapolation] large hophead with jaws adapted for pouncing on and stunning or crushing prey from Thuban (alpha Draconis)

jawflipper: [snouter extrapolation] predatory snouter with atrophied legs and nasarium adapted to backflipping upon prey by opening jaw

jawalker: [snouter extrapolation] snouter with atrophied legs and nasarium and “double-jaw” adapted for both walking up to and then swallowing prey

jebei noion: ["The Mysterious Barbarian" by Peter Terrid] war ornithoid

jeep: [Popeye] hyperdimensional, bipedal hybrid of painted wolf with bear-like head, large nose, long tail able to teleport from Africa (yellow with black spots), (blue and gray) Indiana, or (red and black) Ohio

jeholornis: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] l-m long-tailed bird from early Cretaceous, see shenzhouraptor

je-june bug: [Piers Anthony] dull, uninteresting insect from Xanth

jelly-belly: ["On the High Frontier" by Michael F. Flynn] like jellyfish, whale, tent caterpillar and radio, and unlike all of them, source of stardust, prey of gossamer tigers

jellyfish-spider: [Imperial Moon by Christopher Bulis] lo-gee creature like jellyfish and spider from Phiadora

jen: [Romanian paianjen back-formation] arachnoid from Paia

jennet: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] small horse, see gennet, genette

jequard: [Pawns and Symbols by Majliss Larson] creature from Aldebaran (alpha Tauri) system

jerff: [Swedish] see gulon

Jerrya hern: [Jerry Ahern mondegreen] hern-like ornithoid from Jerrya

Jersey Devil: [Alex Crow, James Harding, Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] egg-laying creature with long pointed bill, 4 clawed (or cloven) legs, bat-like wings, mule-like head, one eye and armored body resembling tiger, vampire and bovalupus from Pine Barrens, NJ

jestar: [Terra Monster RPG] purple bipetal fox-like, teleporting creature with jester-like crest, see pranktail, from Terrarium

jeval: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] horse

ježirafa: [Croatian jež-žirafa portmanteau] hedgehog-giraffe, small, giraffe-like burrower with clawed forelegs and shovel-like horns

jha: [Galaxiki RPG] bipedal, silver wolf-like caninoid from Jharv, Golden Axe system, Galaxiki galaxy

jhimn: [The Romulan Way by Terisa Halekala-LoBrotto, The Disinherited by Diane Duane and Peter Morwood] serpentinoid from ch’Rihan, Eisn (128 Trianguli) system

jibeinia: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 12-cm enantiorn with wishbone, small wing-claws

jigok: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] hen

jinfengopteryx: ["golden-phoenix-wing", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 55-cm very bird-like troodontid with rounded snout, slashing toe, relatively long arms, but without leg feathers

jingo: [Worlds Apart: Nat. Hist. of Furaha and Earth by Souren Nyoroge] angular hexapod with backsails, black fringe from Furaha (alpha Phoenicis IV)

jinx: [The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] aka insinuosaur, predatory coneater mimic with teeth, killing claw and only 3 fingers

jip: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] sheep

jipülavultur: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] bearded vulture

jirooph: [Outernauts RPG] white llama-like creature with black spots, long neck, horns and tail

jiu tou niao: 9-headed bird of ill omen from Chinese

jobberknoll: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] tiny, blue, speckled bird whose death knell includes every sound its every heard

joe: [“The Cage” by Bertram Chandler] small, multicolored furball scavenger with retractable tentacles from Hawkins’ world

joey: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] young kangaroo

jog: [jumping frog spoonerism] brightly-colored, fast roadrunner-like ornithoid

joltermite: [Terra Monster RPG] electrical black beetle-like insectoid with yellow markings, see voltermite, from Terrarium

jor: [Monster Galaxy] horned, black bovinoid moga with white head and frill that eats children from Libra or [rojo jor palindrome] red creature

Joranian ostrich: [“Past Prologue” by Kathryn Powers] bird noted for hiding head under water, sometimes too long

jraf: [giraffe contraction] short-necked, short-legged camelopardian, see qilin

jrrtol: [J. R. R. Tolkien kine pun] bovinoid gestalt

jubjub: [Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll] bird with terrifying, shrill, screaming song but exquisite when cooked from Snark Island, Looking-glass world

juhiyama: [galaxiki.org] 8-legged creature with wheel-like feet from Nagui archipelago, Nemodia, Hlatteld system, Galaxiki galaxy

jumpee: [jumpy, jumper back-formation] prey of jumping predators

jump-at-a-body: [Piers Anthony] small hairy, multi-legged monstrous creature formerly from Mundania later from Xanth

juoon: generic atmospheric monster from Alest (Kal;amon VIII), Galaxiki galaxy

juras: [Latvian juras cuba, juras cucina, juras zirdzinš back-formation] chimera ancestral to cuka and porpoise, with cucina Guinea pig, with zirdzinš seahorse

juraventor: ["Jura mt. hunter", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 80-cm compsosaur

juru: [Lithuanian juru kiaules, juru kiaulyte, juru arkliukas, juru veplys back-formation] chimera ancestral to kiaules and porpoise, with kiaulyte Guinea pig, with arkliukas seahorse, with veplys walrus from Socea, moon of Fyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

K

k’nurt: rabbit-like rodentoid from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

k'zana: ["Captives of Alien Beasts"] beastly creature

ka: [Polish kijanka back-formation] tadpole-like creature from Kija or [Lithuanian slanka back-formation] woodcock-like ornithoid from Sla

kaadu: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] flightless ornithoid steed from Jedi galaxy

kade: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sheep tick, see ked

kakar: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] deer, see muntjac, ratwa

kabe: [urikabe back-formation] force-field-projecting parrot-like ornithoid ancestral to uri and urikabe

kabosh: see ilma kabosh

kadeko: [Eros Descending by Michael Resnick] beast of burden from Grotamana, Quinellus cluster

kae: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] jackdaw from Scotland

kaeuq: [squeaky kaeuqs mynynym] small burrowing creature

kaf: [fake kaf palindrome] calf-like predeator mimicked by fake kaf

kagouti: [The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind] short-tailed biped with triangular snout, forward-pointing tusks, related to alit and guar

kaha: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] proboscis monkey

kahk: [khaki palindrome] khaki brown creature

kahla: [ezkahla mondegreen] amphibious predator (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

kail: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] ibex, see kyl, tur

kailiauk: [Gor series by John Norman (John F. Lange, Jr.)] large, lumbering, gregarious and dangerous, shaggy, trident-horned 2-tonne ruminant with 4 stomachs, 8-valved heart 2.5-m at shoulder

Kainji nightingale: [Across the Universe by Pamela Sargent and George Zebrowski] nightingale-like ornithoid from Kainji mts., Merope (23 Tauri) IV

kaioso: [Basque kaio-oso portmanteau] seagull-bear, clawed, billed triphibian from Skjoob, Bjosko system, Galaxiki galaxy

kaison: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] bright-colored flying grass-dwellers (yellow-green bar k., blue and yellow sheet k., black and blue fad k. vatrieties) from Shuttleworth, Amon Alpha system

kai-wip: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] aka zatcher or ther, 4-m two-winged torpedoid with horizontal tail fins, 2.7-m wingspan from Emeris, Sheel-Sen system

kākissa: [Finnish kāki-kissa portmanteau] cuckoo-cat, griffinoid with retractable claws, fosters eggs in other griffins nests

kakuru: [The New Dinosaur by Dougal Dixon] aka rainbow lizard, coelurosaur ancestral to cribrusaur

kalaboo: [Cloudstone] pesty grass-eaters

kalanoro: 1-m tall, 3-toed, 3-fingered, hairy, telepathic creature with large eyes, backward feet

kalidah: [The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum] forest creature with bear-like body and lion-like head from Munchkin Country, Oz

kalināga: [Hindi] 1000-headed snake

kamaitachi: aka “sickle weasel”, burrowing predator with very thin sharp claws, born in triplets from Japan

kamakolia: ["Message from a Star"] lizard with metal-strong horn from Delta, alpha Centauri system

kamelch: [German Kamel-Elch portmanteau] camel-elk/moose, desert moose

Kam eel: [Afrikaans kameel back-formation] desert eel from Kam

kamama: [Cherokee Tsalagi] butterfly or elephant

kan'nuna: [Cherokee Tsalagi] bullfrog

kanair: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] canary

kananésgi: [Cherokee Tsalagi] spider

kanatsisdatsi: [Cherokee Tsalagi] wasp

Kandorian hound: [Superman mythos] yellow, telepathic caninoid with wolf-like tail, boar-like snout from Kandor, Krypton, Rao system

kangamoo: [kangaroo-moo (cow) portmanteau] macropod-like milk producer

kangaroo rex: [Mirabile by Janet Kagan] tyrannosaur-like macropodan mutant from Dragon’s Tooth, Mirabile

kangarooster: [kangaroo-rooster portmanteau] large macropod-like flightless ornithoid

kangarue: [blue kangaroo synthetic rhyme] blue macropodan

kangur: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] kangaroo

kaniok: [Belarussian marskoj kaniok back-formation] seahorse-like creature ancestral to marshoj and seahorse from Socea, moon of Fyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

kanitt: [Continuum RPG] furball-like catcus from Sotkaard, Galunis system, Firehorse constellation

kanko: [“The Fox and the Badger in Japanese Folklore” by M. W. de Visser] aka koda-gitsune, rat-sized fox with vertical eyes, thin hair

kankrelat: [Code Lyoko] aka roachster, cling with 4 pointy legs, carapace, laser-eye gengineered by Xana

kanscho: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] hawk

kao tzu: slug from Pai, Dragon nebula (Star Trek: The Next Generation: Dragon's Honor by Kij Johnson and Greg Cox)

kaplumbaga: [Turkish kaplumbaga güvercin back-formation] dove-like ornithoid ancestral to pigeon and turtle dove

kappa: [Oriental Adventures by Gary Gygax, etal.] furless, green-skinned, beaked simian with exposed cerebrospinal fluid from Japan or [“Xoology” by Kittenbaker] creature with tortoise’s body, monkey’s head and scaly limbs from Szurane

Kara bat: [Turkish karabatak back-formation] chiropteran ancestral to ak and cormorant from Kara

karapeet: [parakeet spoonerism] small, colorful ornithoid

karavi: [Albanian karavidhe back-formation] lobster-goat ancestral to a goat and lobster

karikot: quadrupedal beast of burden with blue-black fur from Ikranaka system, 9.8 ly from Spica (alpha Virginis)

karip: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] carp

karix: [The Goddess of Ganymede by Michael D. Resnick, Donald M. Grant] lion-like day-blind creature the size of a grizzly with retractable suction cups on foot, with loud roar from Thane’s moon

karkadann: hay-eater larger than camel with forehead horn from Camphor Islansd

karkaddan: [The Arabian Nights] 1-horned, winged antelope intermediate in size between elephant and rukh

Karlek virus: [galaxiki.org] deadly virus from Karlek, Aronshok, Galaxiki galaxy

Karn beast: [:”The Beasts of Karn” by Ken Koonce and Michael Merton] chiropteroid from Kern

karpoun: [Trullion: Alastor 2262 by Jack Vance] wild tiger-like beast of Shamshin volcanoes

karura: hellfire-breathing eagle-headed anthropoid, enemy of dragons, from Japan

kastodon: [sarkastodon mondegreen] creodont ancestor (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

kat: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] cat

katogle: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] eagle owl, see bubo

katyr: [Danish kat-tyr portmanteau] cat-bull, small, furry, horned bovinoid from Draapaa, Albina system, Galaxiki galaxy

kautūhala: [Hindi] creature-creature chimera, e.g., elephant-lion, deer-lion, etc.

kavak: [bukavak mondegreen] lavender, nocturnal water monster (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

kavead: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] Guinea pig

kawama: [The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind] tunneling hive-creature

kawōni: [Cherokee Tsalagi] duck

kaycro: 20-m, 4.5-T fast, food mammaloid from Agills

kazmortel: [Perry Rhodan] fist-sized sparrow with button eyes, communicates with near ultrasonic from Kazmortul

kea: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] large, sheep-killing parrot from New Zeeland, see lory, vasa, vaza

keblak: [Sumatran] ghost cockerel

ked: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sheep tick from Scotland, see kade

keese: [The Legend of Zelda] chiropteroid controlled by Vire the devil from Hyrule

kekkai: [Jap. “blood lump”] blood golem

kelep: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] stinging ant

kelly: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] igopogoid from Kempenfet Bay, Ont.

kemili: [Cherokee Tsalagi] camel

kên: [Vietnamese con kên kên back-formation] trisexual creature ancestral to con twice and vulture from Di Sa

kenel: [FthinraKathi by Dale Murphy] equinoid from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

kenfish: [frankenfish mondegreen] monstrous icthyoid from Fra

kepard: ["Empire Star by Samuel R. Delany] dangerous animal from Rhys, Tyre's moon, tau Ceti system, 11.9 l. y. from Sol

keratoro: [Space Ark by A. M Lightner] golden-horned unicorn from Shikai

kermitoid: [Worlds Apart: Nat. Hist. of Furaha and Earth by Souren Nyoroge] bipedal batrachoid from Furaha (alpha Phoenicis IV)

kerril: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sea snake from Asia

kete: [“Ewoks” series] large dragon-fly-like insectoid that builds spiral mounds made with sticky marshmallow-like substance from Endor I’s moon, Jedi galaxy

keukegen: [Jap. “fluffy hair appearance”, Mujara 2 by Shigeru Mizuki] originally long-haired canine, then any rarity

khaan: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 1.5-m conchoraptor-like oviraptorosaur with sharper head-neck angle

khat: [Tev’Meckian] ant-like insectoid from Tev’Meck, MakTar system

khiffah: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] herd pongoid

khmer: longhaired cat without white feet (socks)

khrukai: [Flandry series by Poul Anderson, “swordwing”] swarming insectoid from Starkad

kiau: [Lithuanian juru kiaules, juru kiaulyte back-formation] porpoise-Guinea pig ancestral to les and porpoise, with lyte Guinea pig

kiaules: [Lithuanian juru kaiules back-formation] cetacean ancestral to juru and porpoise

kiaulyte: [Lithuanian juru kiaulyte back-formation] rodentoid ancestral to juru and Guinea pig

kickchin: [chicken spoonerism] large aggressive flightless ornithoid

kida: [Continuum RPG] 30-cm sandspider able to jump 3 meters from Sotkaard, Galunis system, Firehorse constellation

kigrid: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] illthida variant

kiho: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] io butterfly

kiiloks: [Estonian kiil-loks portmanteau] dragonfly-rattler, 4-winged leg-less dracoid with rattle-tipped tail

kik-kik: [“Shadow Lord” by Laurence Yep] giant beetle with luminous “eyes” in rat niche from Angira

kilin: [“Xoology” by Kittenbaker] one-horned dracoid with lion’s mane, stag’s body, ox’s tail from Szurane

kilison: slug hunted for sport from Lestonian Lushland (Edonian cluster V), Galaxiki galaxy

Kilkenny cat: feline able to fight until just claws and tail tip from Kilkenny, Ireland

kill-adder: [Witch of the Dark Gate by John Jakes] snake thick as man’s arm with large fangs, threeked tongue

killawatt: [Outernauts RPG] yellow, electrical skyfish with red eyes

killer bee: [Warwick E. Kerr] swarming, aggressive African-American bees

killer hare: [Godville] carnivorous hare, distinguishable from killer rabbit by tattoolessness

killer penguin: [Orcbusters by Ken Rolston] penguin than kills

killer rabbit: [Godville] carnivorous rabbit, distinquishable from killer hare by skin tattoos

killer shrew: ["The Attack of the Killer Shrews" by Jay Simms] giant, yet still voracious, mutant shrew from Baines Island

Kimonian lizard-bird: tinshemet-like saurornithoid from Kimon ("Immigrant" by Clifford Simak)

kite: [Laurence Doyle and Manoj Joshi] multi-mouthed insectivore with jellyfish-like tendrils and tether from Blue Moon

kitsune: [Here be Monsters almanac] 9-tailed fox from Japan, aka huli jing in China and kurniho in Korea

kitton: [Mother Hitton’s Littul Kittons” by Cordwainer Smith] fiercest, smallest, craziest telepathic mink from Norstrilia (aka Old North Australia)

kitty-hawk: [Piers Anthony] cat-headed and legged ornithoid with feathered tail from Xanth

kiu-lung: [Chinese] hornless dragon

kivu: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] tsetse fly, see mau, glossina

kiyūga: [Cherokee Tsalagi] chipmunk

kjingyow: [Sambahsa] goldfish

kkught: [Armenian kku-ught portmanteau] cuckoo-camel, desert pegasus with hump, fosters eggs in other pegasi nests

Klabnian eel: [“QPid” by Randee Russell and Ira Steven Behr] eel-like creature from Klabnia

klake: [Nick and the Glimmung by Philip K. Dick] horned creature from Plowman’s planet

klammmerraffer: [Ger. @ "Klammerrraffer"] clinging-monkey

kldets’ots’ias: [Georgian tst’elp’rtian kldets’ots’ias back-formation] partridge-like ornithoid from Tst’elp’rt

kli: [“kli milk”, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] milk ruminant bovine

klizzie: [Navaho] goat

kllhe: [The Romulan Way by Terisa Halekala-LoBrotto] dungworm from ch’Rihan, Eisn (128 Trianguli) system

klokanec: [Czech klokan-kanec portmanteau] kangaroo-boar, large hopping porcoid

knarl: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] lactose intolerant hedgehog

kneazle: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] cat with large ears, spots and lion-like tail

knid: [Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator by Ronald Dahl] huge, dark, spaceship-attacking pack ovoid

knife-kite: [“Flight on Titan” by Stanley G. Weinbaum] pterodactyl-like sauroid from Nivia colony, Titan (Saturn 4)

knightaur: [Monster Galaxy] armored bovine moga from Taurus

knim: [Mink knim palindrome] creature with dark extremities

knine: [Monster Galaxy] cyberdog moga from Leo constellation

knivor: [Coldheart by Trevor Baxendale] carnivorous chiropteran from Eskon

knobby: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 1.8-m giganthropoid from Cleveland Co., N. C.

knoe shoshu: [Space: 1889 RPG] sly predator from Mars (Sol IV)

knot: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] small, red sandpiper, see pume, stint

Knuk’s skunk: [mynynym] skunk-like mammaloid from Knuk’s star (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

knurd: [drunk tank nat knurd palindrome] pink nat predator

ko: [kanko backformaton, galaxiki.org] rat-sized fox-like mammalian from Ka, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

koalaotter: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Waterbending Master”] koala-headed otter

koala-shrew: [The Pollinators of Eden by John Boyd] symbiot to siren tulips from Flora

koanaf: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] shellfish

kobe: [Swahili kobe njiwa back-formation] turtle dove-pigeon ornithoid which when cossed with pigeon and turtle dove

kobor hoot: [Planiverse by Alexander Dewdney] bidimensional sea animal from Arde, Shems system

kockanec: [Czech kocka-kanec portmanteau] cat-boar, nocturnal, predatory porcoid with retractable claws

koda-gitsune: [Jap. “pipe-fox”] see kanko

kodius: 1-tonne kodiak subspecies bred for Human compatibility by Kodius Co. ("Exploration Team" by Murray Leinster)

koek: [Dutch koekoek back-formation] cuckoo-cow, milk griffinoid that fosters eggs in other griffinoid nests

kōga/i: [Cherokee Tsalagi] crow

kohcitra: [artichoke kohcitra palindrome] artichoke green creature

koira: [Finnish lammaskoira back-formation] sheepdog-sheep ancestral to sheep (aghag) and sheepdog (Gahgan) from Gahga, moon of Gagha, Gahgagaghag system, Galaxiki galaxy

koko: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] parson bird from New Zeeland

kola: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] jackal from India

kolezia: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] thrush

kolponomos: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] aka beach bear, semi-aquatic mollusk-eating bear from Miocene

kom: [smoke koms palindrome] creature with pale coat with gradually darkening tips

komarac: [Croatian obican komarac back-formation] gnat-like insectoid from Obica

Komodo rhino: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Warriors of Kyoshi”] reptilian with large frontal horn and 2 more at temples, claws, not actually from Komodo

kongres: [Code Lyoko] piranha-headed eel with laser eyes, vulnerable in pod on blue tail gengineered by Xana

kongamato:

konjež: [Croatian konj-jež portmanteau] horse-hedgehog, large hedgehog-like steed

koop: [spooky koops palindrome, fly the koop] ghostly kite-like creatures

köpegi: [Turkish çobanköpegi back-formation] sheepdog-like caninoid from Çoba

kora: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] water cock

korat: ["purple-gray"] trim, short-haired seafoam (silver-"blue" (gray)) cat with tall ears, heart-shaped head, large green eyes

korm: [Danish ko-orm portmanteau] cow-worm, leg-less bovinoid

kotka: [Finnish korppikotka back-formation] vulture-raven, omnivorous ornithoid

kotur: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] quail

krab: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] crab

krabes: [Code Lyoko] large crab-like crustracean with 4 scythe-like legs, 2 tri-lasers and a pulse laser gengineered by Xana

krabik: [Bulgarian krab-bik portmanteau] crab-bull, horned crustacean

krabken: [Terra Monster RPG] from Terrarium

Krah’s shark: [mynynym] shark-like ichthyoid from Krah’s star (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

kraken: [Germ. colossal squid, The Museum of Hoaxes by Alex Boese] 9-m (or larger) cephalopod with razor-shape hooks

krank: [The Resurrection Casket by Justine Richards] shark-like space creature

Kravdraan aardvark: [mynynym] hairy insectovore from Kravdraa

Krayt dragon: [“Star Wars IV: A New Hope” by George Lucas] large, carnivorous dracoid from Jundland mts., Tatoonine, Jedi galaxy

kreefout: [Afrikaans kreef-fout portmanteau] crab-bug, large, flightless crab-like insect

kreetle: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] omnivorous, long-tailed, decapodal, beetle-like insectoid trained to crack nuts with mandibles from Jedi galaxy

kref: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] crayfish

krelat: [kankrelat back-formation, galaxiki.org] 4-legged insectoid from Ka, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

krelk: [Pawns and Symbols by Majliss Larson] aka llamaroo, dun with black back stripe, black eyes and nose, long prehensile-tipped tail, kangaroo-like legs, llama-like head and neck

krelor: [Armenian krel-lor portmanteau] bear-quail, winged ursinoid from Skjoob, Bjosko system, Galaxiki galaxy

krenshar: [Monster Manual 3.5] 1.5-m felinoid with shaggy, spotted (maculate) fur, bristly hair, bushy tail, terrifying screech

kresch: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] parrot-like mollusk that repeats what it hears from Jedi galaxy

Kriegsp eel: [Kriegspiel mondegreen] electric eel-like ichthyoid used as a weapon on Kriegsp

krik: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] cricket

krikül: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] grasshopper

krite: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] snake from India, see cobra, daboia, daboya

krith: [The Ring of Ritornel by Charles L. Harness] winged spider, most fearsome predator from the Deep in the Twelve Galaxies

krobaa: see venom

kroger: ["Prince of Peril" by Otis Adelbert Kline] 1.8-m mottled green and yellow, reptile, 2/3 mouth, pouch behind head, 2 legs below ears with 3-taloned feet, back-curving teeth from Zarovia (Venus (Sol II))

krolig: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] rabbit

kroll: [“The Power of Kroll” by Robert Holmes] giant mutant squid with 250-m head and more than 50 tentacles mistakenly worshipped by Swampies of delta Magna III's moon

krotasnek: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] rattlesnake, see noidülasnek

kroter: [Thongor series by Lin Carter] fleet horse-sized reptilian steed from Lemuria

krov: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] crow

kroyie: [Heir to the Empire by Timothy Zahn] huge, canopy-dwelling ornithoid from Kashÿyÿk, Jedi galaxy, attracted to bright lights, hunted for food by Wookiees

krupik: small, gray creature under fir tree, not rabbit, hare, kangaroo or squirrel from "distant constellation" ("Help Needed" by Kirill Bulychev)

krrunkku: [Armenian krrunk-kku portmanteau] crane-cuckoo ornithoid

Kryonian tiger: [“Imaginary Friend” by Jean Louise Matthias and Ronald Wilkerson and Richard Fliegel] tiger-like felinoid in xoo on Brentalia

Kryptonian mole: [Superman mythos] large metallovorous mole-like creature from Krypton, Rao system

Kuamese auk: [mynynym] see Kuan auk, from Kuam or Kua, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

Kuan auk: [mynynym] large flightless bird from Kua or Kuam, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

kubanochoerus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] aka unicorn pig from Miocene

kud: [Duke kud palindrome] Duke blue creature

kuguguk: [Turkish kugu-guguk portmanteau] swan-cuckoo, aquatic ornithoid that fosters eggs in other’s nests

kuhai: [German Kuh-Hai portmanteau] cow-shark, not easily tamed milk ichthyoid

kuku: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] fruit pigeon from New Zeland

kukuk: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] cuckoo

kulshedra: [Albaniana] hellfire-breathing serpentine dracoid with 9 tongues, horns, spines and large wings

kulta: [Finnish kultakala back-formation] ichthyoid ancestral to fish and goldfish from Atnam, moon of Tamanta, Stamanta system, Galaxiki galaxy, see arany

Kulyhean turtle: chelonian large enough to build houses on (Shadow World Atlas by Terry K. Amthor)

kun: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] cow

kun tie: [Fringe] 1.5-tonne, predatory, anaerobic mellophage with spear-like proboscis

kuribou: see goomba

kurniho: [Here Be Monsters almanac] 9-tailed fox from Korea, aka kitsune in Japan, huli jing in China

kurtavuk: [Turkish kurt-tuvuk portmanteau] wolf-chicken, flightless omnivorous griffinoid

kushel: fowl from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

kuspic: [Shona, Zimbabwe cipsuka (red/orange/purple) kuspic palindrome] red, orange or purple creature

kusrat: [Dutch muskusrat back-formation] muskrat-mouse, rodentian

kusu: [Azerbaijani balabankusu back-formation] bittern-like ornithoid from Balaba

kutoro: [Filipino kuto-toro portmanteau] louse-bull, 6-legged bovinoid with carapace

kutrub: [1001 Arabian Nights] with long forefeet

kuyutha: [Final Fantasy VII] gigantic bull-bear monster

kvgwóha: [Cherokee Tsalagi] sapsucker

kvil: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] eagle

kvtli: [Cherokee Tsalagi] raccoon

Kwahthginese nighthawk: [mynynym] nighthawk-like ornithoid from Kwahthgin, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

kwandaioha: [Cherokee Tsalagi] cobra

Kwean bee: [queen bee mondegreen] bee-like insectoid from Kwea

kwekaweau: ["The Hunt for the Kwekaweau"] giant gecko from New Zeeland

kwyjibo: [Bart Simpson] big, dumb, North American ape

kyl: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] ibex, see kail, tur

Kylerian goat: ["Death Wish" by Michael Pillar] goat-like ruminant noted for "milk" from Kyler, Delta Quadrant

kyptoceras: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] protceras with nose horns and foreward-curving forehead horns

kyyhky: [Finnish turturikyyhky back-formation] turtle dove-pigeon ornithoid ancestral to turturi and turtle dove, with nen pigeon

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la: [Vietnamese con la back-formation] creature ancestral to con and mule from Di Sa

Laan snake: [Laan n’aal palindrome] n’aal-like amphisbæna from Laa, Laan system

Laanese snake: [Laanese n’aal palindrome] n’aal-like amphisbæna from Laan system

labbeetle: [“Protective Mimicry” by Alguis Bulgess] selectively vampiric beetle-like insectoid from Deneb XI

laboc: [cobalt laboc palindrome] colbalt bluebird

lab chicken: [Syfy Monster Island] mutant fire-breathing, electric chicken with tentacles for legs

labyrithodon: [aka sithig, Pellucidar series by Edgar Rice Burroughs] amphibian with crocodile-like jaws, toad-like body

lacc: [sarlacc mondegreen] breast with feeding tentacles (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

ladder: [ladder mondegreen] tall giraffe-like predator that ladds

Lae’s seal: [mynynym] seal-like sirenian from Lae’s star (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

laf: [falu laf palindrome] deep red creature

lagar: ["The Cloud" by Tom Szollosi] egg-layer from Takar, Delta Quadrant

lagardo: [“Dear Mom” by Stephen C. Fisher] 1-m tall blue-black sauroid biped with beak and no arms, that spreads its wattles when excited from La Paz

Lagartan gecko: [“Carnival Night” by Warren Hammond] scavenger lizard from Lagarta

lag monster: [Godville] extradimensional with time-slowing aura

lago: [galago mondegreen] gray-green lemur (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

lagosuchus: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] dinosauromorph, not actually a dinosaur

laifah: ["Battle of Ferrol" by Michae Marcus Thurner] carnivore from Ferrol (Vega (alpha Lyrae) VIII)

laith quine: [Irish éanlaith quine back-formation] Guinea fowl-like ornithoid from Éa

lajazell: [Callisto series by Lin Carter] small winged dracoid from seashore, Thanator, related to zell

Lake Iliamna monster: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 9-m silver fish with black stripes, blunt barracuda-like head from Lake Iliamna, Alaska

Lake Leelanau monster: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 6-m lake snake with long neck like cedar branch from Lake Leelanau, Mich.

Lake Manitou monster: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 18-m lake snake with round eye, forked tongue from Lake Manitou, IN

lake snake: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] aka naitaka, freshwater basilosauroid or giant eel

Lake Utopia monster: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 15-meter, eel-like lake snake from New Brunswick

Lake Worth monster: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] amphibious nape with goat-like legs, white fur, scaly face from Lake Worth, TX

lalu: [Minions of the Wankh by Jack Vance] wild creature from Long Bones steppe, Maz

lambeosaur: crested hadrosaur

lambo: [Monster Galaxy] lamb-like wooly ruminant moga with red heart-shaped markings

lambprey: [lamb-lamprey portmanteau] small, wooly quadruped with jawless sucking mouth with rasping teeth from Woolarra III, Galaxiki galaxy

lamec: [Encyclopedia Galactica] beast of burden from Helicon, Arcturus (gamma Boötis) system

Lammamese cow: [Lammamese mammal palindrome] milkcow-like animal from Lammam

Lamington beetle: [Peter MacInnis] large carnivorous, dark brown click beetle with white spots, huge mandibles and hinged head from Ugly Islands

lamoster: ["In the Light of Vega" by Christopher Montillon] Fantan toothbrush-like creature

lampray: [lamprey-ray portmanteau] ichthyoid with horizontally flattened body, narrow tail, and jawless sucking mouth with rasping teeth from Atnam, moon of Tamanta, Stamanta system, Galaxiki galaxy

lampshell: see brachiopod

land-eel: [This Moment of the Storm by Roger Zelazny] eel-like land creature from Tierra del Cygnus, 72 Cygni system

land kraken: [Piers Anthony] guards the Love-Lies-Bleeding monument in Isle of View, Xanth

landine: [Relative Dementias by Mark Michalowski] gengineered shapeshifting "guarddog" from Annarene

landstrider: [The Dark Crystal by Jim Hensen] cream-colored, long-legged, floppy-eared quadrupedal steed with coilable proboscis

land-whale: ["Superman under the Red Sun"] carnivorous whale re-adapted to land

lank: [The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] 4-meter, giraffe-like hadrosaur with ankleclaws

lanka’gar: [“night flyer”] chiropteran from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

lanmola: [The Legend of Zenda ] monstrous centipede from Hyrule

lantern bird: [“Ewoks” series] large, beautiful ornithoid with shimmering nest, iridescent tail feathers used in medicinal potions from Endor’s moon, Jedi galaxy

lantern fish: [Piers Anthony] luminescent fish with goggling eyes from Xanth

lao shu: rodentoid (Star Trek: The Next Generation: Dragon's Honor by Kij Johnson and Greg Cox)

lapago: [galapago mondegreen] gray-green tortoise (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

lapin-escargot: [Another World by Jean-Ignace-Isidore Gérard] rabbit-headed, rabbit-sized snail

lapling: [“The Most Toys” by Shari Goodhartz] small creature with long snout thought extinct but discovered in Kivas Fajo’s collection and later Nagus Quark’s

lapók: [Hungarian tellapók back-formation] large arachnoid ancestral to tel and tellapók, related to tel, tola, tul, tule, twla, from Tara

lapon: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] scorpion fish

lar: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] monkey from Malaysia, see marmoset, sai

lara: [Vulcan’s Forge by Josepha Sherman and Susan Shwartz] dazzingly blue desert ornithoid from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

lareme: [emerald lareme palindrome] green creature

larl: [Gor series by John F. Large Jr. as John Norman] white-furred, panther-like felinoid with wide head a yard in diameter and immobilizing roar

larpa: [The Cry of the Onlies by Judy Klass] hooting camel-like beast of burden with long muzzle from Boaco IV

larth: [Thongor series by Lin Carter] sea serpent “twice ship-size” with lashing tail, claws, fangs from Lemuria

laschiz: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] eagle

lasher: see venom

lashlarm: [“How Aliens Work” by Craig Freudenrich] toilet-shaped beach predator with large mouth, sensory tendrils and 3 short stool-like legs

lasphine: ["Keepsakes" by Mike Resnick] Ragobad symbiot

lasset: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] white ermine, see miniver

lat: [lab rat spoonerism] rodentoid from Rab

lataceratops: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] ceratopsian dinosaur on Palul (Lar Don), the Dinosaur Planet, up to 12 meters, 6-m hornspan

latch: [arglatch mondegreen] gray predator (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

laud: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] lark

lauia: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] parrot-fish, see loro, scarid

lava fly: [Mac] fly-like insectoid from Rinax, Delta Quadrant

lavyrm: [Terra Monster RPG] black-headed pink, lava-eating wyrm, see magmawyrm, from Terrarium

lazoon: [“Fireball XL5” by Garry and Sylvia Anderson] mimicking ape-like creature from Mars (Sol IV), see gabbledictum

le: [tangelo le nat palindrome] dark orange gnat, see nire

leapdog: [The Monstrous Regiment by Storm Constantine] hazard from Mireway Artemis, Shamberel-Guino system

leaf leaper: [The Snouters by Harald Stümpe] snouter with tail with bristly sole-plate on leg-like tail along with nasarium for leaping both forward and backward from Hy-yi-yi Islands

leap dog: [The Monstrous Regiment by Storm Constantine] hazard of Mireway Artemis, Shamberel-Guimo system

leaper: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] large, desert-dwelling, fat-storing rodent

leapfrogg: [leapfrogging back-formation] leaping batachian

leaping devil: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] round, short-faced insectovorous mammal with long tail, long legs

leaping sphagnum: [Mothstorm by Philip Reeve] variety of sphagnum or nibbling sporran which leaps from Georgium Sidus (Uranus (Sol VI))

Lear deer: ["King Lear" by William Shakespeare] rodent-sized wild animal

leech phage: [Resident Evil 4] regenerate leech-like phage

leech zombie: [Resident Evil 0] leech gestalt that mimics James Marcus who merged the queen leech with the the progenitor virus, soaks victims with acid, explodes when threatened

leet: groundhog-like creature from Rubi-Ka

leever: [The Legend of Zelda ] red or blue 4-horned gumdrop-like energy-eater from Hyrule

leidyosuch: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] alligator from Paleocene

lelk: [sealelk mondegreen] amphibious mammaloid with antlers, flippers and fluke from Skjoob, Bjosko system, Galaxiki galaxy

lelyo: [yellow spoonerism] yellow canary-like creature

le-matya: [Worlds of the Federation by Shane Johnson, FthinraKathi tematla] yellow and green desert predator from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system, both cat-like and dog-like with diamond-like side markings, striped tail, poison fangs, leathery skin, faced single-handedly in kahs-wan ritual

lemkin: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] small, blue pet with “Wai-kha!” call

lemur: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] small monkey with large eyes

leodragerus: see lóng, lion-headed dragon

leon: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] lion

leonatoar: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] sealion

leontocephalus: [Odin's Quest by Cleon Jones] walrus-like sealion with mane

leopard: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] tree tiger

leopard-shark: [Dreadnaught! by Diane Carey] iridescent spotted (matulate) fish with 12 gills from Proxima

leopardvark: [leopard-aardvark portmanteau] large, spotted (matulate) anteater

lep: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] ape or monkey

lepon: [Jets*Rockets*Spacemen trading card #17] 2.1-m long carnivore like both lion and flying squirrel with webbed paws adapted to low gee

leptauchenia: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] little semi-aquatic oreodont from Oligocene

lepticid: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] insectivorous mammal with elephant-like trunk and kangaroo-like legs from Eocene

leptomeryx: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] tine deer-like grazer from Oligocene

leptophoca: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] with praepusa, crytophoca, pontophoca, the first true seals from Miocene

lepus: [OviPets] egg-laying rabbit-like creature

lepusaur: [lepus-saur portmanteau] burrowing dinosaur from Lepus

Lerekcamese mackerel: [mynynym] mackerel-like ichthyoid from Lerekcam

lerwa: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] snow partridge

les: [Lithuanian juru kiaules back-formation] amphibian ancestral to kiau and kiaules

leshe: [The Suns of Caresh by Paul Saint] giant carnivorous insect that travel on icebergs

lethifold: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] black, cloak-like carnivore from Papua, New Guinea

lesothosaur: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] bipedal dinosaur

lette: [bulette mondegreen] lavender armadillo/shark/snapping turtle-like monster (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

leucotrix: [“Mathematical Zoo” by Martin Gardner”] long thin bacterium that reand by tying itself in knots to divide

leucrotta: [Monster Manual by Gary Gygax] 2-m tall, dark, badger-headed creature with beige lion-like torso, stag’s legs and bony ridges not teeth, able to sound like woman, child or animal in distress

leviacuda: [Terra Monster RPG] armored predatory ichthyoid, see scuda and predacuda, from Terrarium

leviathan: [Job 40:25-41:26] large untamable, armored, hellfire-and-steam breathing sea monster with back spikes or [Monster Galaxy] sea serpent moga with purple fringe, many teeth and 2 antennae from Pisces constellation

leviosaur: [“The Door of His Face, the Lamps of His Mouth” by Roger Zelazny] comparable to leviathan

li: [Turkish delikanli back-formation] young caninoid from Delika

liäm: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] lamb

liar bird: [Peter MacInnis] aka rubbish bird, small, greenish mimicking bird from Ugly Islands

liati: [“Babylon 5: Knives” by Lawrence G. Tillio] wild Centauri creature

libelul: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] dragonfly

libri: [Danish kolibri back-formation] aka hummingcow (hummingbird-cow), small milk griffinoid ancestral to cow and hummingbird

licat: [Ghost-Walker by Barbara Hambly] small predator from Midgwis (Elcidar Beta III)

licorne: [French] horse-bodied unicorn

lida-eniquine: striped, flexible camelopardian from Nogullon system (Continuum RPG)

lidi: [Pellucidar series by Edgar Rice Burroughs] diplodocus-like beast of burden of the Thurians, Pellucidar

lief: [Monster Galaxy] blue, 4-legged moga with leafy green ears, collar and tail

lieto: see ocama

liev: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] hare

lifeleech: [Gary Gygax in Monster Manual III ] variety of otyugh, ferocious with supernatural healing powers and super-tetanus bite

lifette: [galaxiki.org] debatably living creatures adapted to extreme cold from Froze, Locomoto system, Galaxiki galaxy

lightning beast: [Mighty Samson series] giant reptilian that can unleash a high-voltage charge

lightsabre-toothed tiger: [Godville] cyban (cybernetic animal) tiger with lightsabre fangs

liguhldisgi: [Cherokee Tsalagi] mud dauber

lija: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] leatherfish or unicorn fish

like like: [The Legend of Zelda] yellowish, cylindrical shield-eaters

lilysnouter: [The Snouters by Harald Stümpke] plant-mimicking snouter with rigid tail, including miracle or glowing lilysnouter from Hi-Yi-Yi Islands

limicoline bird: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] snipe, plover

limimus: [gallimimus mondegreen] gray-green beaked dinosaur with short arms (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

limrev: [vermillion oil limrev portmanteau] insectoid with long thin proboscis that drinks vermillion oil

lin: [Navaho] horse

lindorm: [Unexplained! by Jerome Clark] 6-meter, black snake with yellow belly from Norway

lindwurm: [“Xoology” by Kittenbaker] green-gold serpentine dracoid from Szurane

ling: [Danish musling back-formation] clam-mouse, shell-dwelling rodentoid ancestral to mouse and clam

liobear: [Mighty Samson #1] golden furred, 3-m tall lion-headed ursine

lion-dog: [China] bushy-tailed lion-like creature occasionally with wings or one horn from Fo

liondragon: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] see lóng

lion-fish: [Church of Zillis] lion-headed ichthyoid

lion-hyena: see Szuranian gulon

lion turtle: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Library”] lion-like turtle

liovet: [violet spoonerism] violet lion-maned creature

lippet: [The Dirdir by Jack Vance] small, defenseless animal from Carabas, Sibol

lira: [Monster Galaxy] ornithoid moga with antlers and purple-and-white stripes from Libra

lis: [cornsilk lis roc palindrome] cornsilk white roc

lis'n: [cornsilk lis'n roc palindrome] white roc

liškanec: [Czech liška-kanec portmanteau] fox-boar, bushy-tailed porcoid

lithosaur: [Outernauts RPG] armored, rock-like creature with small feet, long pointy snout and large eyes

litoptern: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] camel/horse-like hoofed mammal from Paleocene

litter bug: [Godville] small, carapaced packrat-like insectoid with 6 legs, able to carry much in its hyperdimensional sacs

lituus swan: [trumpet swan back-formation] trumpet swan-like ornithoid with curved neck and lituus-like call

Liuvian builder: [“Red Liu’s Builder”] red builder-like creature from Liu

liva: [galiva mondegreen] gray-green crocodilian (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

living blasphemy: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] especially ugly ooze

living rock: rock with very slow metabolism, weeks for breathing cycle (Richard Demonde in World Wide News)

liw: [wild liw palindrome] wild creature

lizard-bird: saurornithoid, pterosaur-like bird

lizard-snake: [Perry Rhodan] 3.5-m reptilian with prehensile tail, croc-like legs, scorpion-like mandrel on tail tip from Lumbagoo, moon of Ajaton, Lumbagoo system

ljah: [i-less ilijah] cave lizard from Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

llam: ["Small Llams"] small, llamba-like ruminant

llama: [Span. "name"] shaggy mountain ruminant

llamaroo: [llama-kangaroo portmanteau] cross between llama and kangaroo, see krelk

llamba: [llama-lamb portmanteau] small long-necked wooly ruminant from Woolarra III, Galaxiki galaxy

llem: [smelly llems palindrome] odorous creature

llihcnihc: [chinchilla llihcnihc palindrome] white creature with black-tipped hairs

llinav: [vanilla llinav palindrome] yellowish off-white creature

llion: [llama-lion portmanteau] tawny long-necked, wooly-haired felinoid with mane and tufted tail

llof: [folly llof palindrome] rosy crimson creature

llopoll: [Catalan llop-poll palindromic portmanteau] wolf-louse, insectoid of insectoid-canine symbiot hunting in co-operative packs, see pollop

llorocell: [Catalan lloro-ocell portmanteau] parrot-bird, parrot-like bird, often confused with ocelloro

Llugae’s seagull: [mynynym] seagull-like ornithoid from Llugae’s system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

llurg: [grullo llurg palindrome] dun or mouse-colored creature

llwyf-cwcwyddrywystrys: [Welsh] baracle goose-like ornithoid ancestral to magpie and cwcwyddrywystrys, with cwcwyddrywystrys and magpie

llyff: [Welsh llyffant back-formation] amphibious insectoid

loa: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] eye-infesting worm from Africa

loan shark: [Piers Anthony] shark fond of arms and legs of Girard Giant river of blood, hypnogourd world, Xanth

lob: [bole lob palindrome] bole brownish creature

lobalug: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] poisonous cephalopodan from North Sea

lobo: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] gray timber wolf

lobosa: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] protozoan

lobsteer: [lobster-steer portmanteau] horned crustacean with stalked eyes, long antennae, 8 legs and 2 pinchers

Loch Moose monster: [Mirabile by Janet Kagan] moose-like lake monster mutant from Dragon’s Tooth, Mirabile

locnil: [Lincoln locnil palindrome] deep warm olive green creature

loga: ["The Little Wanderer" by Joe Gill] space avian

logworm: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] large, brown, log-mimicking, non-venomous hoverworm

loligo: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] squid

lolo: [Cherokee Tsalagi] locust

lomo: parroting simian from Clodios (Iestonian Spiral VII), Galaxiki galaxy

lóng: hellfire-breathing dragon with golden lion-like neck spikes, snub-snout from China

longhorn: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] dark green dragon with long tail, glittering gold horn from Romania

longicorn: beetle with long antennae

long-mā: [Vietmanese] horse-dragon with horn

long-necked muzzle: [“Capt'n Virgil, Sportsman in Space” by David Brooks] muzzle-like sea creature with long neck

lonk: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] black-faced sheep from England

looc: [cool black calb looc palindrome] variant calb

loomi: ["Space Patrol: The Swamps of Jupiter"] creatures valued for their heat-retaining skins

loomp: [galoomp mondegreen] gray-green rattle-taile, bipedal herbivore (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

lootsman: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] pega, remora suckerfish

lopelier: [French antilopelier back-formation] anti-antelopeater, creature that eats antelopeaters like anteater eats ants

lopenbär: [German antilopenbär back-formation] anti-antelope-bear, creature that eats antelope-bears

loplac: [Cal Poly loplac palindrome] dark green creature

lora: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] tree snake

lori(s): [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] aye-aye, Ceylonese lemur

lork: ["The Astronautical Revolution" by Leo Lukas] from Yezzikan Rimba (Rimba III), Dommrath galaxy, see thunderlork

loro: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] mock parrot or parrot-fish, see lauia, scarid

lorshara: aquatic mammal larger than whale from Mya (Airajah IV)

lory: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] parrot, see kea, vasa, vaza

loro: gray-green gull-parrot ornithoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

lossine: [Voyage au center de la terre] 1.8-m leathery sauroid used as watchdog from Albur, Pluto

lotheo: [Terra Monster RPG] aquatic rodentian with large rudder-like ears, long tail, clawed "fins", see hytheo, from Terrarium

lotis: [Terra Monster RPG] insectovorous plant mimic, see mantislash, from Terrarium

lotor: [OviPets] egg-laying raccoon-like creatures

Lotron dragon: ["Patron of Time" by H. G. Ewers] T. rex-like

lou carcolh: [Giants, Monsters and Dragons by Carol Rose] cave-dwelling serpent-like mollusk with very long, slimy tentacles from France, related to darkmantle, piercer and roper

lounge lizard: [Godville] lizard adapted to lounging, usually in front of television, see parlor snake

loupie: [French loup-pie portmanteau] wolf-magpie, pack-hunting chattering griffinoid with long tail

love bug: [Piers Anthony] glowing, brightly colored insect from Xanth; [“What’s So Bad About Feeling Good”] euphoria-inducing germ carried by toucan

lowder: [The Legend of Zelda] small, blue beetle from Hyrule

luachsh: [Cabyle legend] wild monster

luce(t): [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] full-grown pike

luchusa: gigantic, footless blackbird seen only by evil people from Robstown, nr. Corpus christi, TX

luckdragon: [The Neverending Story by Michael Ende] hellfire-breathing, dog-headed wing-less dragon which flies with accelerated levitation

Lucky Pierre: [The Snouters by Harald Stümpke] earthworm-eating burrowing snouter from Hi-Yi-Yi Islands

luffabo: [buffalo spoonerism] bison-like bovinoid

lug: [Knight Moves by Walter Jon Williams] large-headed, bug-eyed non-hopping megapodan that grazes on grass-like moss, able to teleport, on Amaterasu

luggage: [“Uncharted Territory” by Connie Willis] extraordinarily sedentary creature from Boohte

luhimuh: [Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World by Lemuel Gulliver] wild rat from Houyhnhnm Island

lui: [Afrikaans luiperd, luiheid back-formation] leopard-horse ancestral to horse and leopard, with heid sloth

lül: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] owl

Lull's deer: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] dromomeryx with branch-like horns

lulu: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] barn owl from Samoa

lum: [mulberry yrreb lum palindrome] pinkish purple yrreb

lumba-lumba: [Indonesia/Malay ikan lumba-lumba back-formation] dolphin-fish, ichthyoid ancestral to fish and dolphin

Lumenian cat: ["Planet of Light"] crystalline pet killed by oxygen from Lumenia

lumette: [L’Automne à Pékin] small, yellow, sand-dwelling snail from Exopotamia

lumir: [Action Comics #314] six-legged pet from Krypton, Rao system

lummox: large ox-like bovine that destracts during exam week

lumpf: [galumpf mondegreen] gray-green steed (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

lumpskull: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] mysterious creature

luna: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] green moth

lunatick: insectoid from Kadix (Power Rangers: "Survival of the Silver")

lung: [Chinese] hellfire-breathing, scaly, horned dragon

luon: [Vietnamese con luon back-formation] creature ancestral to con and eel from Di Sa

lupow: [Outernauts RPG] gray wolverine-like creature with red back stripes

lupus: [OviPets] egg-laying wolf-like creature

lupusaur: wolf-like, pack-hunting dinosaur from Lupus

lurg: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] marine annelid used as bait, see sao, nereis

lurker: [Resident Evil 0] progenitor virus-infected giant frog with small eyes, nearly invulnerable skin and sharp tongue

lurkfish: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] 4-meter, lumpy, camouflaged swamp-dweller with motion-sensing barbels, protective plates, able to generate kilovolt charge

lurtle: [leatherback turtle spoonerism] chelonian with tethered lurtlings on its carapace

luschia: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] duck

lushaceras: [galushaceras mondegreen] gray-green acerathere (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

lutie: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] nocturnal, mouse-like rabbit

lutscher: ["Mother's Day" by Astrid Julian] with large sowbug-like larvae from Sheelar

luxzia: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] locust

lyabani: [Azerbaijani qulyabani back-formation] monstrous swan ancestral to swan and monster

lyam: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] bloodhound from Scotland

lycanthropic virus: [Kursaal by Peter Anghelides] virus causing werewolfism from Kursaal, Cronus system

lychbug: [Marune: Alastor 933 by Jack Vance] stinging insectoid of Marune

Lycosa tarantula: [“Realm of Fear”] arachnoid from Lycosa

lyena: [laughing hyena spoonerism] caninoid able to reproduce by splitting after gorging

lyhannh: [Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World by Lemuel Gulliver] large swallow-like bird from Houynhhnm Island

lying cat: feline able to detect lying, like cetaceans (Saga)

lynar: [“Chain of Command”] chiropteroid from Celtris III

lynel: [The Legend of Zenda] lion-headed centaur

lynipper: [gallynipper mondegreen] gray-green mosquitoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

Lyoko mite: [Code Lyoko] sphere with tentacles that spits yellow energy balls

Lyoko scorpion: [Code Lyoko] biped with transparent skin, thick forelegs, thick muscular neck, large beak and large tail with stinger, related to creeper

Lyoko tarantula: [Code Lyoko] spider-like quadruped with 6 small red eyes and foreleg lasers gengineered by Xana, vulnerable at top of head

Lyraxian cat: [“Squirrel Cage” by Robert Sheckley] felinoid with enhanced senses of smell and hearing though virtually blind from Lyrax

lyrehorn: see croizetoceras

Lysenkan mole: [Enemies of the System by Brian Aldiss] bipedal mole mutant from Lysenka II

lytcadactyl: [mynynym] creature with unique toes from Lytca system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

lyte: [Lithuanian juru kialyte back-formation] rodentian ancestral to kiau and kiaulyte

M

ma: [Ygamese, surma mondegreens, Amese ma palindrome] reddish brown caninoid with snake-like tail (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

ma'pek: ["The Web" by Michelle Stern] man-eating simian

macaque: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] see bruh, rhesus

macboon: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] large, unhairy 5-legged carnivore from Isle of Drear, related to quintaped

machairod: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] sabre-toothed cat from Miocene

machin: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] monkey from Phillipines

machshund: [moxie of dachshunds spoonerism, “A Doxie of Machshunds”] supersonic caninoid

macrauchenia: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] camel-like litoptern with long, tapir-like proboscis from Pliocene

macrovirus: ["Macrocosm"] giant virus-like organism from Delta quadrant

madder: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] red turkey

mado: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] trumpeter perch

ma-e: [Navaho] fox

mafedet: [Egyptian] snake-lion

mag: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] titmouse, see pagus, mag(g)

måged: [Danish måge-ged portmanteau] seagull-goat, goateed, horned triphibian

magenta fling: [galaxiki.org] magenta-colored fling from Bubblefire, Phoenix system, Galaxiki galaxy

mag(g): [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] magpie, see pie(t), piot, pyot, pyet, ninut, pi(an)et

magicaneo: from Terranium (Terra Monsters RPG)

magic-sniffer: [Piers Anthony] short quadruped with long flexible tapir-like snout that snootles in presence of anything magical, especially magic berries, from Xanth

magma: [“Gorath” by Takeshi Kimura] 75-m tall walrus with glowing eyes able to use flippers for defense

magma creature: [“The Caves of Androzani” by Robert Holmes] subterranean creature from Androzani Minor, Sirius system

magmawyrm: [Terra Monsters RPG] 4-legged, white winged, heat-resistant red dracoids, see lavyrm, from Terrarium

magnoped: [“Flash Gordon” series] large pachyderm with pair of crushing tusks from rogue planet Mongo

magon: [tormagon back-formation] bull-like creature

magoo: [Space: 1889 RPG] mysterious predator from Mars (Sol IV)

magraclop: large headed cyclops from Valley of Monsters, Amazon ("Mystery of the Magraclop, "The Lost Skeleton Returns Again" by Larry Blamire)

magtail: [The Legend of Zelda: “The Wind Waker”] small, one-eyed, hi-temp centipede with large jaws, curls up when threatened

maha: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sambar deer, see rusa

mahseer: [River Monsters by Jeremy Wade] 90-kg fish from Himalayas

Mailb ox: [mailbox mondegreen] papyrus-eating ox-like bovine from Mailb system

maiti: [uzamaiti mondegreen] non-blue grizzly (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

maja: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] spider crab

makant: [“Ewoks” series] large, playful insectoid like both mantis and cricket from Endor’s moon, Jedi galaxy

makara: [Hindi] croc-like, elephant-like, snake-like creature

maki: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] lemur, see indri

makl: [The Spawn of Fashün by Kirby Lee Davis] creature from Boosboodle

mako: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] long-nosed shark

Makr eel: [Afrikaans/Dutch makreel back-formation] eel-like ichthyoid from Makr system

Malachi's Boots: dangerous, poisonous, soft, tentacled beast of Tranquitlity 7 (Double, Double by Michael Jan Friedman)

malaclaw: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] poisonous, but no-deadly, lobster-like crustacean

malignant amoeba: ["The Ship That Dared Not Land" by Otto Binder] giant, omnivorous amoeboid

malf: [flame malf palindrome] creature with "red" (yellow-orange)-tipped hair or feathers, see gni

mammontops: [The Snouters by Harald Stümpke] aka shaggyfaced snouter, 1.3-m snout walker with 4 short, thick walking nasaria and 2 feeding nasaria from Mitadina, Hi-Yi-Yi Islands

Mam moth: [mammoth back-formation] giant moth-like insectoid from Mam system, [Rus. mamuth] large, shaggy pachyderm

mamuta fiso: 200-kg mammoth from Khorkalon (Thousand Stars)

man: [pl. mans, Azerbaijani manat back-formation] manta-horse, seahorse-like amphibian ancestral to horse and manta ray, not to be confused with male Humans

manateel: [manatee-eel portmanteau] long, thin aquatic mammaloid with broad, flattened tail and paddle-like flippers

manda: [“Atoragon” (Atragon) by Shinichi Sekizawa] 6-m long aquatic snake with 4 small vestigial limbs, 4 straight horns, 180-centimeter fangs, snout tendrils, short brown mane on back, yellow eyes from Mu

mandoril: [Araminta Station by Jack Vance] wild creature from Cadwel

mandu: [Katmandu back-formation] mountain feline

man-eating cow: [The Tick: “Man-eating Cow”] carnivorous bovine, hornless variety of bicorn

man-eating spinach: [Mad Magazine: My First Scary Reader, twisted little thoughts for warped little minds] giant, mobile spinach that eats men, women and especially children

mangá: [Vietnamese mang-gá back-formation] flightless bear-chicken griffinoid, related to mangông

mangông: [Vietnamese mang-gá back-formation] flightless bear-goose griffinoid, related to mangá

manipogo: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 15-m muddy brown, humped lake snake from Manitoba lakes, see winipogo

maniraptor: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] featherless ancestor of both dromaeosaurs and birds

manshark: [Piers Anthony] shark-headed anthropoid with gills and large fin on neck from Xanth

manteri: [Terra Monster RPG, young manticub] quadruped with ringed pincher-tipped tail, electrical and poison, see manticub and amperor, from Terrarium

manticub: [Terra Monster RPG] quadruped with ringed stinger-tipped tail, electrical and poison defenses, see manteri and amperor, from Terrarium

mantigrue: [“Ewoks” series] hideous, dracoid with leathery wings, sharp claws, long pointed beak from Endor’s moon, Jedi galaxy

mantislash: [Terra Monster RPG] plant-mimicking insectoid with petalclaws, see lotis, from Terrarium

manuao: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] honeybee, see deseret, moho

manul: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wild cat from Siberia or Tibet

manx: cat without tail, not crabbit

mao: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary, Kipling] peacock, see pavo

mapingari: [Dr. David Oren, “Sightings”] 1.8-m, 270 kg ground sloth

mapo: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] small goby from Atlantic

mar: [Danish marsvin back-formation] Guinea pig-pig, porcoid ancestral to pig and Guinea pig

mara: [Croatian bubamara mondegreen] beetle ancestor to ladybugfrom Ahla, Ojikh system, Galaxiki galaxy or Patagonian cavy

marabou: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] stork

marabounta: [Code Lyoko] gray sphere that multiplies by digital mitosis gengineered by Jeremie, see tornade, shabom, rover

maracan: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] macaw from Brazil

marauder: [“Fungi from Yuggoth” by Howard Phillips Lovecraft]parasiticfractal-dimensional like stringy mass of fine tendrils, minion of Yog-Sothoth

marax: [The Maracot Deep by Arthur Conan Doyle] 75-cm crayfish

marí: [Basque corb marí back-formation] cormorant-raven ornithoid ancestral to raven and cormorant

Markoffian sea lizard: [“Star Trek: The Next Generation: Deja Q” by Richard Danus] aquatic sauroid from Markoff

marling: [murmuration of starlings spoonerism, “A Stumuration of Marlings”, mar back-formation] Guinea pig-piglet, small relative of mar

marmelot: ["Prince of Peril" by Otis Adelbert Kline] horse-sized hairless, scaly, mottled orange and black sabertoothed felinoid from Zarovia (Venus (Sol II))

marmont: [The Dirdir, The Pnume by Jack Vance] large, braying bovinoid from Sibol

marmoset: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] monkey, see lar, sai

marmot: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] woodchuck, see moonack

mårran: [Swedish] see groke

mars: [Monster Galaxy] turquoise spheroid moga with crest and 2 eyes

marshkoj: [Belarussian marshoj kaniok, marshoj svinki mondegreen] seahorse-Guinea pig amphibian ancestral to kaniok and seahorse, with svinki Guinea pig from Socea, moon of Fyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

marsupilani: [André Franquin ] yellow, block-spotted primate with very long prehensile tail, large, round black nose, floppy rabbit-like ears from Palombia

marthresant: ["The Colonel Returns to the Stars" by Robert Silverberg] walrus-like creature from Phosphor

Martian mandrill: ["The Menace of the Martian Mandrills" by Jack Miller] mandrill-like creature with superpowers from Mars (Sol IV)

Martian measles virus: ["Space Patrol"] measles-like virus that causes spiral spots from Mars (Sol IV)

martilki: [Turkish marti-tilki portmanteau] seagull-fox, coastal griffinoid with furry tail from Draapaa, Albina system, Galaxiki galaxy

martyaxvar: [Pers. "maneater"] manticore

marvint: [varmint spoonerism] small insectoid pest

maržyrat: [Belarussian maržy-žyrat portmanteau back-formation] walrus-giraffe amphibian

mas: [Indonesian/Malay ikan mas mondegreen] ichthyoid ancestral to fish and goldfish from Atnam, moon of Tamanta, Stamanta system, Galaxiki galaxy, see arany, kulta

mastig: dragoid from Rannica III (Star Trek #33: Deep Domain by Howard Weinstein)

masu: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] salmon from Japan

matagot: demonic black cat said to produce a gold coin per day from France

materi: [Terra Monster RPG] from Terrarium

matouchi: [Mémoires De Sir George Wallop by Pierre Chevalier Duplessis] deer from Aprilis, New Britain Islands

mau: [Egyptian] aka ocicat, spotted (spangled, matulate) cat or [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] tsetse fly, see kivu, glossina

maulotaur: [Heretic-HeXen] minotaur variant that uses maul (large hammer) and serpent-like pyrokinesis

maulverine: [Terra Monsters RPG] large wolvus relative fronm Terrarium

maustier: [German Maus-Stier portmanteau] mouse-bull/beast, beasty creature with horns and large round ears

mavie: see missel

mavis: see missel

maya: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] weaverbird, see baya, taha

mbielu mbielu mbielu: [Unexplained! by Jerome Clark] stegosauroid from Africa

mbyllizogojer: [Alb.] wolf

meaching: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] small, burrowing lemming-like rodent, prey for ravenes, booties and gandimots

measle: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] tapeworm larva

meatgoat: ["Planet of the Zombies" by Dirk Hess] lean goat-like rumninant with long curved horns from Aramar's world, Microcosm

mecrim: [The Menagerie by Martin Day] deadly, heat-seeking predator gengineered in Menagerie of Ukkazaal

mecrim gut bacterium: [The Menagerie by Martin Day] bacterium in mecrim gut that killed its gengineers on Ukkazzal

medusa: [The Sign of the Mute Medusa by Ian Wallace] endangered azure aerial life-form from Turquoise (Gannet IV)

medusa-bird: [“Wonder Girl’s Decision of Doom” by Robert Kanigher] bird with medusa-like crest from Paradise Island

meelur: [lemur spoonerism] large-eyed arboreal simian

meercan: [Vulcan's Glory by D. C. Fontana] steed from Areta (beta Circini III)

mega bite: [Resident Evil: “Outbreak File #2”] giant, blood-sucking mutant flea with queen as large as subway

megadonkey: [Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Doug Adams] large donkey-like equinoid from Arcturus (gamma Boötis) system

megager acrix: ["Face To Face With Planet Scanodon" by Rocky Strone] large predatory cressi from Scanodon, Croft system

megagecko: ["Monster Manatee vs. Giant Gecko" by Satanus666] giant gecko

mega-grasshopper: Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series by Douglas Adams] large grasshopper-like insectoid from Arcturus (gamma Boötis) system

megahippus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] leaf-eating horse from Miocene

megalania: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] giant monitor lizard from Pleistocene

megaloceras: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] Irish elk ancestor

megaloceratops: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] carnivorous ceratopsian dinosaur on Palul (Lar Don), the Dinosaur Planet

megalodon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] see whale-eating, 17-m species of carcharocles (great white shark)

megalon: [“Godzilla vs. Megalon” by Jun Fukuda and Shinichi Sekizawa] 120-m tall biped with head and blotchy-yellow beetle wings, 2 thick mandibles, short spiked tail, leaf-like plates, conical burrowing “arms”, large red side-viewing eyes, floppy antennae, horn with startip that shoots lightning bolt, able to spit fireballs

megalonyx: [Thomas Jefferson “giant claw”, After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] large ground sloth

megalosaur: [William Buckland] ancestor to tyrannosaur

megamanatee: ["Monster Manatee vs. Giant Gecko" by Satanus666] giant killer manatee

meganguilla: giant eel, sea serpent

megantereon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] sabre-toothed cat from Zanclean age (early Pliocene)

megaphone bird: [The Snouters by Harald Stümpke] thrush-sized slime snouter predator of Eeza-zofa, Hi-Yi-Yi Islands

megapillar: giant, but quick, caterpillar-like worm from Habitat (Iestonian Spiral IV), Galaxiki galaxy

megapiranha: ["Megapirahna" by Naomi L. Selfman] giant piranha

megapython: ["Megapython vs. Gatoroid" by Naomi L. Selfman] giant python

megashark: ["Megashark vs. Giant Octopus" by Jack Perez, "Megashark vs. Crocosaurus" by Naomi L. Selfman] giant shark, see supershark

megashark: ["Megashark vs. Giant Octopus" by Jack Perez, "Megashark vs. Crocosaurus" by Naomi L. Selfman] giant shark, see supershark

megaspider: ["Eight Legged Freaks" by Jesse Alexander, Ellory Elkayem, "Tarantula" by Robert M. Fresco, Martin Berkeley] giant man-eating spider

megasquid: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] 8-tonne land cephalopodan with 8 short cylindrical legs, 2 feeding tentacles, one lung and frog-like croak

megathere: giant Pleistocene sloth (see mylodon, mapingari)

megatrociraptor: ["giant cruel raptor"] giant variety of atrociraptor

meh: [Monster Galaxy] fluffy, green goat moga from Capricorn constellation

meilmir: [Odin's Quest by Cleon Jones] melanic porcupine

mei long: ["soundly sleeping dragon", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 53-cm troodontid that slept curled bird-like, with large nostrils, closely packed teeth, related to sinoventor

mela ntouka: ["elephant-killer", Unexplained! by Jerome Clark] rhino-like creature from Lake Tele, Congo

meliaceratops: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] ceratopsian dinosaur on Palul (Lar Don), the Dinosaur Planet

mellitus: [“Wolf in the Field” by Robert Bloch] gaseous when in motion, solid when still from alpha Majoris I

mellivora: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] aka honey badger from Pleistocene

melodee: [Monster Galaxy] horrible, pink biped moga with fluffy white wings

membrilla: ["The Stranger" by H. G. Ewers] skin-like symbiot in chelao gestalt, see ims and thread devils

memphre: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 21-meter, dark, humped lake snake from Lake Memphremagog, VT

menigirri: [Fortune’s Light by Michael Jan Friedman] plump, cobalt-colored sauroid with pleasant scent from Imprima

menoceras: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] sheep-sized rhino with two nose-horns on males which migrated to America in early Miocene or [galaxiki.org] from Gahga, moon of Gagha, Gahgagaghag system, Galaxiki galaxy

menura: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] lyrebird

mera: [gamera mondegreen] gray-green space tortoise (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

meraffe: [mer-giraffe contraction] giraffe-like sea monster with long neck, short horns and tan with orange-brown blotches

meringue-utang: [meringue orangutang portmanteau] white, fluffy relative of the orangutang (Rainbeau's Riddles and Rhymes)

meraps: [Stranger from the Stars by Nancy Etchemendy] cloud-like creature from Seldor, theta Scorpii system

Mercurio’s ichthyosaur: [“Tourish Attraction” byDean Riesner] large-headed lungfish with clawed arm-like fins and ability to focus sound from Crater Lake, San Paulos

mercury ooze: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] thick, silvery ooze

meri: [Estonian merisiga back-formation] Guinea pig-pig, porcoid ancestral to pig and Guinea pig

merino: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sheep

merlank: [Trullion: Alastor 2262 by Jack Vance] sauroid from Trullion

merlette: [heraldry] aka legless duck, air-dwelling ornithoid

merlin: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] pigeon hawk

merling: [Trullion: Alastor 2262 by Jack Vance] night-hunting amphibian riverback burrower from Tullion

mermoalornis: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] large flightless bird from Miocene

merycoidodon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] sheep-sized oreodon

mes: [seme mes palindrome] starry creature

mesa: [Hausa, Nigeria] hose-python

mesohippus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] three-toed horse

mesonyx: wolf-like ungulate pakicetus ancestor

messelobunodon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] primitive artiodactyl

messi: [Monster Galaxy] tan felinoid moga with shaggy dark hair fond of kicking balls from Leo constellation

messie: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] large lake snake from Lake Murry, S. C.

metal-eater: [Superman mythos] large tapir-like metallovore from Krypton, Rao system

metallovore: [Space Family Robinson: Lost in Space series] 12-m long beetle-like creature with metallic scales, long smooth neck, 6 stocky legs (hind legs thinner), rat-like tail, red eyes, , vulnerable to rust from planet Altair (alpha Aguilae)

metridiochoerus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] warthog-like artiodactyl with 1-m shoulder height, long curved upper and lower tusks from Pleistocene

meushiká: [Japanese meushi-shiká portmanteau] cow-deer ruminant

mew: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sea gull from Europe

mewmel: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] felinoid with spiky tail, poisonous spittle

mhal: [shermhal back-formation] shermhal descendant related to sher

mhor: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] whale-shark

miacid: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] small, weasel-like ancestral carnivore from Paleocene

miam: [Book of Dreams by Jack Vance] fly-like insectoid noted for musk from McVann’s star system

mica dragon: [Warhammer 40,000] from dracoid with chainsaw-like teeth from Luther McIntyre IX

mico: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] marmoset

microraptor: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 77-cm bird-like dinosaur with gliding arm-wings and leg-wings and long feathered tail

micorb: [Catalan mico-corb portmanteau] ape-crow, hairy, armoreal, black winged pongoid

midas fly: [Piers Anthony] insect that turns whatever touches it into solid gold, related to gold bug, from Xanth

midj: large tourist-eating insectoid from Isle of Storms (Hailstorm I), Galaxiki galaxy

miin: insectoid from Meri (Kalamon III), Galaxiki galaxy

mikaio: [Basque mika-kaio portmanteau] magpie-seagull, aquatic ornithoid

mikardi: [Basque mika-ardi portmanteau] magpie-sheep, small, wooly pegasoid from Gahga, moon of Gagha, Gahgagaghag system, Galaxiki galaxy

mikie: ["The Probe" by Seeley Lester] giant tentacled blob-like mutant microbe

mil: [lime mil palindrome] green creature

milchgrub: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] large insectoid that and "honey"

millennial bug: [Buzz Lightyear: “Millennial Bugs” by Nicholas DuBois] large, dangerous ex-extinct insectoid stopped with belly-tickling

milligrifani: [Continuum RPG] 50-cm poison-clawed millipede from Lemur (aka Korina)

mimic-dog: [Piers Anthony] canine that mimics whatever it sees or hears from Xanth

mimiknik: ["L'il Abner" by Al Capp] mimicking songbird from Lower Slobbovia

mimple: [Monster Galaxy] pink sheep-like moga with yellow wings from Aries constellation

min: [miin - i] cyclopean insectoid

mincer: [mincer back-formation] predator that minces

minchenella: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] tethythere relative from late Paleocene, ancestral to elephants, manatees and dugongs

mind worm: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] purple worm-like creature created by Illthid attack with probe worms

minhocão:

minimus: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] small creature, see mite

minippus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] horse from Yprerian age (early Eocene)

minitaur: [Godville] minotaur 4.8-m tall with fangs

miniver: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] squirrel from Siberia or white ermine, see lasset

minka: [Peramangks] harbinger-of-death bird from Mt. Barker, Australia

mink snake: [Avatar: The Airbender: “The Deserter”] furry boa-like serpentine

miohippus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] small, archaic horse

miracinonyx: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] cheetah from Zanclean age (early Pliocene)

miri nugri: [“dark dwarves”, “Horror from the Hills” by Frank Belnap Long] dark, mute dwarf of toad origin, minion of Chaugnar

miro: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wood robin from New Zeeland

mishibizhiw: [Kitchi-Gami: Life Among the Lake Superior Ojibway by Johann Kohl] water panther or copper cat with deer’s or bison’s horns, snake’s scales, bird’s feathers

miškamp: [Croatian miš-škamp portmanteau] mouse-prawn, small, burrowing, land crustracean

missel: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] thrush, see veery, mavie, mavis

miššiš: [Croatian šišmiš back-formation] mouse-šiš, ancestral to šiš (bat-mouse) and mouse

mite: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] small, parasitic insect, see acarid, minimus

miukumauka: [Finn. @] sleeping-cat

mnemonicus: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] memory-enhancing symbiot from Illithid or their slaves (Urophion, Tzakandi, Mozgriken, Mindwitness)

mnemosite: dream-eating parasite (Society of Dreamers ed. by Malthijs Holter)

Mnihjian snake: [Mnihj’s jhimn palindrome] jhimn-like amphisbæna from Mnihj’s world

moasi: [Navaho] cat

mobe: [mobile mondegreen, “Sebomese Mobes”] eel-like jellyfish gestalt from Sebom

moby: [The Legend of Zelda II] orange, dive-bombing predatory bird from Hyrule

modron: [“Tales of the Outer Planets” by Gary L. Thomas] Outer Planet creature

mock walrus: [museumofhoaxes.com by Alex Boese] roach-eating molerat-like insectovore from Tasmania

moerthere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] primitive pig-like mastodont with short tusks and no trunk from Eocene

mog: ["Early Model" by Robert Sheckley] green-furred caninoid from Tels IV

mogai: [The Disinherited by Diane Duane and Peter Morwood] large, carnivorous ornithoid from ch’Rihan, Eisn (128 Trianguli) system

mogo: [“Droids” series] large, black-furred creature with undulating worm-like body and camel-like head from Roon, Jedi galaxy

moguz: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] gull

mogwik: [“Bless the Beasts” by Karen Haber] purple quadruped with many eyes from Sardal, Delta quadrant

moho: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] honey eater bird, see iao, manuao

moke: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] usually small, but size-shifting, lizard, see mokele-mbembe

mokele-mbembe: [Unexplained! by Jerome Clark] sauropod from Central Africa

mokey: [Halflife by Mark Michalowski] green simian related to night beast from Espero

mola: [lanmola mondegreen, galaxiki.org] large centipede-like insectoid from La, moon of Dea, Noon-Dae system, Galaxiki galaxy or [aloma mola palindrome] red-yellow creature or [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sunfish, see bream

molamok: [Filipino mola-lamok portmanteau] mule-mosquito, griffinoid with long, pointy ears, blood-sucking proboscis

moldorm: [The Legend of Zelda] giant worm from Hyrule

moleskito: [moleday.org] tiny, blood-sucking, winged mole

moleosaur: [Godville] underground-dwelling dinosaur

mole snouter: [The Snouters by Harald Stümpke] snouter with nasarium adapted for burrowing from Mairúvili, Hi-Yi-Yi Islands, includes glans-nosed and gravel-dwelling narrow-nosed varieties

mollyhawk: [Dut. Mollemok "stupid gull"] see albatross

molonne: [Continuum RPG] 4-m house-carrying beast of burden from Igendal, Belverius Helenis system

mølus: [Danish møl-lus portmanteau] muskox-louse, ruminant parasite

mona: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] monkey from Africa, see waag, grivet

monal: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] pheasant from India

monasa: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] puffbird

monase: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] nunbird

monene: [nguma monene mondegreen] quadruped with serrated backridge from Nguma (The Life ansd Times of Isabella Feghoot)

money ha-ha: ["L'il Abner" by Al Capp] creature with taxi-horn-shaped ears that lays American currency from Pincus II

mongoose dragon: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Chase”] large lizard steed with yellow eyes, mongoose-like ears and elongated neck

monitor: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] large lizard, uran

monkey-cat: [“Day of Burning” by Poul Anderson] gray, arboreal creature with high-pitched trilling hiss

monkeyshine: [Piers Anthony] agile, little, gleaming brown simian from Xanth

mono: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] howling monkey, see araba

monocerous: [Piers Anthony] huge, monstrous broad-sided unicorn from Xanth

monocyanic quantum bacterium: [Quasi-Scientific Ponderings: "Greatest Failure" by David Sagus] unusual bacterium from Archemelar III, Horsehead nebula

monolith monster” [“The Monolith Monsters” by Robert M. Fesco and Jack Arnold] 4.5-m tall black obelisk-like silicon-based life-form that reand by falling and shattering, feeds on water and sand, turns living things into sandstone, growth stunted by salt

mononykus: ["one-claw", The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe, Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 1-m flightless therapod related to alvarezsaur, with olecranon ("funny bone") from Cretaceous

monstee: [monster back-formation] any prey of monsting predators

monster: [monster back-formation] predator that monsts (frightens)

monster bird: see teratorn

monster lizard: aka dinosaur, see dragon

monster locust: [Pictures of Flying Creatures of Many Kinds by Nicolaas de Bruyn] locus with usual long proboscis, feathery antennae, but with 4 bird-like wings, 6 webbed mammalian legs

monster men: [“The Monster Men” by Edgar Rice Burroughs] monsters created by Prof. Maxon, including #1 -- mountain of deformed ashen flesh with white hair, pink mismatched eyes, a gaping hole for a nose, twisted mouth, long mismatched arms and legs, large flat feet; and #3 -- somewhat more humanoid with long black hair

monster of Disaster: [The Adventures of the Fly] multi-armed giant batrachoid

monstrous leech: [The Dalek Factor by Simon Clark] monstrous leech from Pelt’s world, Quadrille system

monty python: [Monty Python, Godville] large snake that causes victims to die laughing

mood-dragon: [A Hero's Guide to Deadly Dragons by Hiccup Haddock III] long dragon (skyserpent) with backspikes, and wings that changes color with mood: blue-black (angry), orangey-red (excited), pale green (nervous) from Barbarian archipelago

mooka: [The Lost City of the Jedi, Prophets of the Dark Side by Paul and Hollace Davids] 4-eared, furry and feathered pet from 4th moon of Yavin III, Jedi galaxy

moolwurm: [] worm-like creature, secretion used in beverages

moonack: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] marmot, woodchuck

moon-beast: ["War Against the Moon-Beast" ed. by Murray Boltinoff] alien creature from moon

moon-calf: [Blount] shapeless lump like a cow’s aborted fetus deformed by lunar or demonic forces

moonhopper: [“Hey Diddle-diddle”] moon-calf-like bovinoid with grasshopper-like legs

moonesd: cow-like bovinoid from Youmisian Homeland (Edonian cluster III), Galaxiki galaxy

moongoose: [mongoose pun] goose-like ornithoud from moon

moonling: ["The Moon Creatures" by Bob Haney, starling extrapolation] creature revived from moon dust

moonroon: creature from Bubblefire, Phoenix system, Galaxiki galaxy

moor cock: [Michael Moorcock mondegreen] cock-like ornithoid adapted to moors from Michael

Moorf owl: [moorfowl mondegreen] swamp-dwelling owl-like ornithoid from Moorf

moorvleerno: [Mushroom Planet series by Eleanor Cameron] small flying dragon from Basidium

moose-lion: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “Bitter-Work”] large, brown felinoid with 2 sabre-like upper fangs, antlers on both genders

moo sow: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “Zuko Alone”] pig-headed bovine with pig legs

morag: [Unexplained! by Jerome Clark] lake monster from Lake Mora, Scotland

morak: [Strange Tales by Steve Ditko and Stan Lee] aka “the thing behind the wall”, 6-meter, watermelon-shaped creature with arms, legs, face and sideburns from Black dimension

morhc: [chrome morhc palindrome] chrome yellow creature

morse: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] walrus

mordbear: bear-like creature from Mord, Gyron galaxy (Intergalactic Adventure Mazes by Dick Smith)

morganucodon: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] cynodont from Jurassic

morgril: psychic wolverinoid from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

morgu: ["Welcome Home, Daughter -- Now Die" by Cary Bates] monstrous creature from Orando

morhc: [chrome morhc palindrome] chrome-cololored creature

morii orfiidane: extinct, horned bear-like creature with venomous armpits and tailclub from Relegooturnia (Phoenix IV), Galaxiki galaxy

mörkö: [Finnish] see groke

morlak: ["The Twilight World of No Return" by Jerry Seigel] dog-like creature from Krypton, Rao system

mormuk: [Armenian morm-muk portmanteau, “Skumromese Mormuks”] tarantula-mouse, 6-legged rodentian from Skumrom

moropus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] horse-like chalicothere with long clawed forelimbs and short hind legs or ["Gone to Glory" by R. Garcia y Robertson] large, horse-headed. long-necked, rhino-sized, tuber-digger with trunk-like limbs from Glory, delta Eridani

morra: [Albanian morr-rra portmanteau] louse-worm, larval form of louse-like insectoid

Morrison virus: [Sheila Morrison, "From Within" by Jonathon Glassner] deadly zombifying virus

morrt: [Star Wars Sourcebook by Bill Slavicsek and Curtis Smith] loyal, friendly, cuddly, mouse-sized blood-sucking parasite from planet Gamorr, Jedi galaxy, considered status symbol by Gamorreans (20 for warlords)

morse: [moose-horse, Heiro's Journey by Sterling Lanier] antlered equine

mort: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] 3-year-old salmon

morticoccus: ["Killer Germ" by Jack Kirby] gengineered bioweapon

moržirafa: [Croatian morž-žirafa portmanteau] walrus-giraffe, long-necked seamonster with tusks, flippers, short horns and whiskers

mosasaur: aquatic dinosaur from Cretaceous

moseurg: [gruesome moseurg palindrome] monstrous creature

moshtaol: [loathsome moshtaol palindrome] loathsome creature

mossbird: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] aka skullpecker, tiny, florescent emerald green, bird that attacks eyes

mossbunker: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] pogy or menhaden fish

mosura: [“Mothra”, "Godzilla vs. Mothra" by Shinichi Sekizawa] 60-m long caterpillar that can shoot incredibly strong and sticky webbing that grows into moth-like insectoid with 120-m wingspan from Infant Island

motharch: [Terra Monster RPG] predatory insectoid with yellow wings and antennae, orange head, green eyes and brown extremities from Terrarium

mothball: [Terra Monster RPG] yellow flower-mimic with brown face, see motharch and fluster, from Terrarium

moth hawk: [Piers Anthony] stealthy predatory insect with taloned feet from Xanth

moth head hawk: [hawk head moth cancrine] hawk-like ornithoid with moth-like head

mothra: see mosura

mott: [“The Gungan Frontier” by Chris McCubbin] fast, keen-nosed caninoid with snouthorn from Jedi galaxy

motmot: [The Courtship of Princess Leia] shaggy herd animal of Toola, Kaelta system, Hapes cluster, Jedi galaxy

mouflon: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] horned wild sheep

moundflea: [Starship Warrior by Stephen Mooser] small insectoid from Lov

mountain ant: [Travels by Sir John Mandeville] dog-sized. gold-digging with 6 [Hortus Sanitatis] or 4 legs

mountainhopper: [grasshopper extrapolation] grasshopper-like pegasoid from Peggassa, Hippocrenea system, Galaxiki galaxy

mountain tiger: [The world of the Blessed" by H. G. Ewers] tiger-like felinoid from Homy, Quendolin system

mousebird: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] see coly, shrike

mouse-bunny: ["A Dark and Stormy Night" by Larry Blamire] burrowing mammel like both mouse and bunny from Tagunga

mouth: [The Face of the Waters by Robert Silverberg] predator from waterworld Hydros

möv: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] seagull

moxtail: [Terra Monster RPG] mischievious red fox-like creature, see vextail, from Terrarium

moz: [zomp moz palindrome] bluish green creature

mozg: [Treks Not Taken: "A Clockwork Data" by Steve R. Boydett] leech-like creature from Betazed (Cyndriel, beta Veldonna V)

mraw: [mraw swarm palindrome] swarming insectoid

mrouse: [mouse-grouse portmanteau] small, plump rodentoid with mottled brown or grayish coloring, beak

mucharty: [Belarussian much-charty portmanteau] housefly-greyhound griffinoid

muaddeeb: [galaxiki.org] mouse-like rodentoid from Pandia, Nyx system, galaxiki galaxy

mud ball: [Cloudstone] pesty living mud

mudbutt: [Worlds Apart: Nat. Hist. of Furaha and Earth by Souren Nyoroge] prey of sawjaw from Furaha (alpha Phoenicis IV)

mudcrab: [The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind] large, edible crustacean in marine, coastal, cave and varieties

mudder: ["Echo of the Lost" by Hans Kneifel] aka dirtcreeper, 2-m, oval, pale yellow, slimy worm, with spidery legs, mandibles at each end from Zartiryt, moon of Lumbagoo (Ajatan), Lumbagoo system

mudfish: [Titan by Jack Varley] ichthyoid from Titan (Saturn (Sol VI) 4)

mud-gulper: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] hippoid rodent

mudhen: [Piers Anthony] small, plump mud-splashing bird from Xanth

mudmen: [“Droids” series] semi-solid anthropoid from Roon that tickle victims and then take their shiny objects packrat-like

mud monster: [Strange Stories, Amazing Facts] 1.5-meter, slimy nape with light brown fur, smelling of dead fish from Big Muddy River, Murphyboro, Ill.

mudpod: ["Alien Animal Planet" by Sean Cooper] shovel-nosed hexapod with serrated claws that feeds on and builds dams with stinger fans from Aurelia

mudrat: ["Seed of Reason" by Daniel Hatch] mud-dwelling rodentian from Chamal or [Peter MacInnis] rodent of Big Ugly River, Big Ugly Island

muf: [uomuf, muff mondegreens] mammaloid with smoky fur (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

mug: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] mouse, prey of mugger

mugato: [“A Private Little War” by Gene Roddenberry] 2-meter, 440-kilogram white-furred bipedal pongoid with dorsal spines and cranial horn, poisonous bite (treatable with mako root assisted blood transfusion) from Neural (zeta Bootis) III

mugger: [mugger back-formation] predator that muggs (faceshifts)

muglump: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] 6-legged, carnivorous frog with snorkle-like nose

muisvle(e)r: [Afrikaans vlermuis, Dutch vleermuis back-formation] mouse-vle(e)r ancestral to vle(e)r (bat-mouse)

mukku: [Armenian muk-kku portmanteau] mouse-cuckoo, bat-like ornithoid with tendency to foster eggs in other birds nests

mukov: [Armenian muk-kov portmanteau] mouse-cow, large milk rodentoid

mule rabbit: aka jackass-rabbit

Mull: [“Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster” by George Garrett] 1.8-m humanoid guard-slave with long dark hair, 3-clawed hands, pointy ears, stone-like flesh, large eyes, double-slit nose, fangs

muloc: [Columbia ib muloc palindrome] blue ib

mumblebee: [bumblebee back-formation] bee-like insectoid that makes mumbling sound

mumpa: [The Perfect Planet by Edward Packard] tusked, clawed buffaloid from Utopa (Achnar V), Gallatin quadrant

munacure: [museumofhoaxes.com by Alex Boese] minature water buffalo nearly extinct for horns from Manchuria

munchkin: shorthaired cat with short legs

munling: [Mun + -ling] sole surviving lifeform from Demerjian, Inq Centralis system, Galaxiki galaxy

munnin: [Monster Galaxy] raven-like ornithoid moga from Aquarius constellation

muntjac: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] deer, see kakar, ratwa

munya: [Monster Galaxy] green sheep-like moga from Aries constellation

murdersquito: [Godville] small, fast, deadly mosquito-like blood-sucking insect that causes humps, mumps, lumps and humps

murr(e): [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] razor-billed auk, see alca

murtlap: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] rat-like creature with anemone-like growth on back

mus: [sarmus mondegreen] beastly jellyfish (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

musette swan: [trumpet swan back-formation] bagpipe swan-like ornithoid with musette-like call

mush: [mutation of thrushes spoonerism, “A Thutation of Mushes”] polar husky-like griffinoid

mushiká: [Japanese mushi-shiká portmanteau] insect-deer griffinoid

mushussu: [Fabulous Beasts by Joseph Nigg] Ishtar gate dragon

muskcat: [Joyce Muscat mondegreen] felinoid with musk gland from Joyce

muskfox: [muskox-fox portmanteau] caninoid with broad, flat curved horns, upright ears, pointed snout, long shaggy, musky hair and long bushy tail

muskit: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] mosquito

muskrattler: [muskrat-rattler portmanteau] large brown-furred aquatic rodentoid with musk glands and rattle on tail

mušhuššu: [Revelation 12:3] fire-red horned dragon with lion forefeet, eagle hindfeet, scorpion stinger tail from Babylonia

mussie: see hapyxebor

mustard jelly: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] mustard-colored, jelly-thick ooze

mustela: [OviPets] egg-laying ferret-like creature

mutacamel: [“Space Rats of the CCC” by Harry Harrison] 3-m mutant camel with impervitium claws and teeth

mutterfly: [Monarch butterfly spoonerism] mockingbird-like fly that mutters from Bonarch

muzza: ["bitch"] female isak from Imprima (Fortune's Light by Michael Jan friedman)

muzzle: ["Capt'n Virgil, Sportsman in Space" by David Brooks] long-necked ichthyoid from Arizant

mya: [“The Chase” by Terry Nation] man-eating land cephalopodan with short eyestalks from Aridius

mycosporg: [galaxiki.org] parasitic fungus from Fhelh, Orihbe system, Galaxiki galaxy

mylagaulid: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] rodent with two pointed horns on snout that dug corkscrew-shaped burrows

mylohyus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] warthog-like peccary from Zanclean age (early Pliocene)

mylodon: giant Pleistocene sloth (see mapingari, megathere,)

mynock: [Star Wars Sourcebook by Bill Slavicsek and Curtis Smith, The Empire Strikes Back by Donald F. Glut] 1.6-m chiropteran silicon-based energy parasite with black leathery wings (wingspan 1.25 meters), armored skull, fangs, able to attach to spaceship with suckers, reproduce by splitting, from Jedi galaxy

myriapede: worm-like insectoid with more legs than millipede

myrlochars: [Monster of Faerün] giant brownish-green arachnoid with 8 red eyes, demonic servants of Lolth

mysery: [Outernauts RPG] devilish stormcloud

mysticetes: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] whale related to dorudon and odontocetes

N

n'aal: [Kane’s world series by Edward Powys Bradbury (Michael Moorcock)] giant snake-like creature

na: [Haitian kanna mondegreen] duck-like ornithoid from Ka, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's syste, Galaxiki galaxy or [Irish réinfhianna mondegreen] reindeer-like ruminant from Réinfhia or na: [ganna, sand nas mondegreens] gray-green or tan locust-like insectoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot), see irg

Na'ka'leen feeder: [“Grail” by Christy Marx] triped that feeds on brainwaves (preferably older ones), moving very fast during attack, discovered by Centauri on Na’ka’leen

naardvard: [an aardvark elision] insectovore from Dravdraa, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

naastsosi: [Navaho] mouse

nab: [Crayola banana nab palindrome] yellow creature

naca: [nacarat mondegreen] red rodentoid from Aca system

nachteg: [Dutch nachtegaal mondegreen] eel-nightingale, leg-less, nocturnal dracoid from Stiria, Airit system, Galaxiki galaxy

nade: [tornade back-formation] horned sphere-like fractal creature

nadzuk: [i-less inadzuk] cave arachnoid with small ichthyoidal hatchlings from Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

naemun: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] anemone

naffit: [Tiffany naffit palindrome] greenish-blue creature

naggartura: [“mountain-carver”] moorhen likely infested with schamir worms

Naghta snake: [Naghta cathgan palindrome] cathgan-like amphibæna from Naghta, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

nago: [mahogany nago ham palindrome] reddish brown porcoid

nagor: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] reedbuck

nahoor: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wild mountain sheep from Tibet, see sha, sna, rasse, urial, bharal, oorial

nahr: [Estonian najrhiir mondegreen] bat-mouse, ancestral to mouse and bat from Rha, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

nairo: [Nairobi mondegreen] bee-like insectoid from Oria, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

naitaka: ["lake snake" Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] specifically ogopogo of Lake Okanagan, BC, which with flippers and back serrations is rather unsnake-like, more a freshwater basilosauroid or Akatia, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

naked bear: [“Fuzzy-wuzzy”, Longfellow”] hairless ursinoid or anthropoid

nakhur: [Persian] camel needing tickling to give milk

naktivilik: [Eskimo] mature walrus

nalpgge: [eggplant nalpgge palindrome] eggplant purple creature

Namalan salamander: [red Namala’s salamander palindrome] red salamander-like reptilian from Namala, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

namazu: giant catfish from Japan or Uzama, Galaxiki galaxy

namoeba: [an amoeba mondegreen] amoeba-like creature from Abeoma, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

Nandi bear: 1.5-m bear-like brain-eater from Nandiland, Kenya, or Idna, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

nane: [The Closed Worlds by Edmond Hamilton] anthropoid with large, softly glowing eyes, no nose, small mouth, white skin, flexible (because boneless)

nanka: [ninki-nanka back-formation] creature ancestral to ninki and ninki-nanka from Akna, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

nannippus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] primitive horse from Zanclean age (early Pliocene) or Suppinna, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

nannosquila: small crustacean that moves like tank-track

nanobacterium: creature only 50 nm across, said to cause extra-skeletal calcification

nant: [an ant mondegreen] large, non-social insectoid

nanteater: [an anteater mondegreen] nant predator

nap: [“panfried eirfnap” back-formation, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] eirf prey, also food animal

nape: [Loren Coleman, "North American ape", Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] includes sasquatch, skunk ape, other giganthropes, etc.

naphid: [an aphid mondegreen] sap-sucking insectoid

napu: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] animal from Indo-Malaysia

nar: [Monster Galaxy] pink, plant-like crab moga with 4 arms, 4 legs and snake-like neck and head from Scorpio constellation or [rank nar palindrome] malodorous creature, see ilo

nargah: [Legacy by Michael Jan Friedman] egg-layer of Merkaans or Hagra, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

narglatch: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] fierce hunter from Jedi galaxy

nargle: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] packrat-like pest, from Elgra, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

nark: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] stool pigeon

narlzak: [“Return to Karn” by Bill Motz] large mealworm-like burrower from Karn or Kazlra

narwalrus: [narwhal-walrus portmanteau] 4-flippered amphibian with long spirally twisted tusk, tough, wrinkled skin and bushy, drooping mustache from Surlawra, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

narwhalimbus: [Cloudstone] see air-whale, skywhale

narwhalite: [Terra Monsters RPG] narwhal-like cetacean from Terrarium

nashtah: [Han Solo’s Revenge by Brian Daley] 6-legged, bloodthirsty, green, sleek-skinned sauroid with triple row of teeth, diamond-hard claws, long barbed tail from Dra III, Jedi galaxy, or Hathsa, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

nasicorn: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] black rhinoceras, see borele

nasna: [Temptation of St. Anthony by Flaubert] half-creatures

nasp: [an asp mondegreen] asp-like serpentoid from Psan, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

nass: [an ass mondegreen] ass-like equinoid from Ssa, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

nast: [dessert sand nast resed palindrome] pinkish brown resed

nasutoceratops: "big-nosed longhorn" dinosaur from Late Cretaceous

nat: [Jets*Rockets*Spacemen trading card #51] space-faring pterodon-like creature from planet Ex, see knurd, or gas-dwelling creatures from Clodios (Iestonian Spiral VII), Galaxiki galaxy

nauga: [naugahyde back-formation] animal noted for its durable hide

naurok: ornithoid from T'Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system or Korua, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

nav: [Vanese nav, van nav palindromes] white creature with

Naw’s swan: [Naw's swan palindrome] swan-like ornithoid from Naw (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

nazeb: [bezant nazeb, Bezan nazeb palindromes] monster with gold spots with flaming mouth and ears from Beza, moon of Ylf, Gnihtgni system, Galaxiki galaxy

ne: [atne mondegreen] light brown gam (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

nea: [a noyance of fles spoonerism, “A Floyance of Neas”] small pesty insectoid

neahsjsh: [Navaho] owl

nebek: hairy tyger-like felinoid from Keben, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

nebelung: "blue" (gray) cat with silver tipped hairs

necic: [Shona, Zimbabwe cicena (yellow/yellow-green) necic palindrome] yellow or yellow-green creature

necsevalf: [flavescent necsevalf palindrome] pale brownish yellow creature

nedom: [modena nedom palindrome] purple creature, see vuam, airyt

needle snake: ["Projections" by Brannon Braga] serpentine from Delta Quadrant

neel: [an eel mondegreen] eel-like segmented sea creature

neerwolf: [“A Final Unity” by Spectrum HoloByte] caninoid gengineered Dr. Vi Hynh-Foertsh from Morassia (epsilon Chysule II)

Neethean cradlefish: [“Vox Sola”] ichthyoid from Neethea

Nehcorleh cat: [Nehcorleh cat Stachelrochen] stingray-cat amphibian from Nehcorleh, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

Nehroomese moorhen: [mynynym] swamp-dwelling ornithoid from Nehroom, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

nei’rrh: [The Romulan Way by Terisa Halekala-LoBrotto] poisonous hummingbird-like ornithoid from ch’Rihan, Eisn (128 Trianguli) system

neimongosaur: ["inner mongolian lizard", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 2.5-m herbivorous ornithischian dinosaur

neitapab: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] moth

nejiron: [The Legend of Zelda: “Majora’s Mask”] rock-like, underground-dwelling lumbering, rolling, explosive creature from Hyrule

nek: [Star Wars: Dark Empire series by Tom Veritch and Cam Kennedy] caninoid with 3-clawed feet, sold on black market from Cyborrean system

nekomata: 2-tailed monster cat

Nek’s enleipäpuun: [Finnish Johanneksenleipäpuun back-formation] locust-like insectoid from Joha, related to nesbröd from Nek, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

neleph: [an elephant mondegreen] large ant-like insectoid

nelk: [an elk mondegreen] elk-like ruminant

nelphan: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] elephant

Nematode: [Man-eating Cow #8] giant insectoid

nemegtomaia: ["nemegt mother", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 2-m oviraptorid with short beak, large crest

nemis: [Maltese tan-nemis back-formation] mosquitoid from Ta

neml: see tahti neml

nemu: [an emu mondegreen] large, flightless emu-like ornithoid

nen: [Finnish kyyhkynen back-formation] dove-like ornithoid ancestral to kyyhky and pigeon

neon-coral: [Piers Anthony] brilliantly glowing sea creatures living in colonies from Xanth

neothelid: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] worm-like Illithid tadpole yet to eat a brain (ceremorph) with 4 feeding tentacles and immense (but non-sentient) mental powers

nepa: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] needle bug or water scorpion

nereis: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sea worm, see sao, lurg

nerf: [Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back by Donald F. Glut] domesticated herbivore breed for meat and pelts from Jedi galaxy

nerve runner: [The Jesus Incident by Frank Herbert and Bill Ransom] dangerous ground dweller from Pandora

nerve swimmer: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] immature neothelid used for torture and interrogation

nesbröd: [Swedish johannesbröd back-formation] aka nesbrød [Danish], locust-like insectoid from Joha, related to enleipäuun

nesodon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] small hippo-like toxodont from Miocene

nessiteras: ["Ness monster"] plesiosaur-like lake snake of Loch Ness

nesset: [“Sacred Ground” by Lisa Klink] venomous 3-fanged serpentinoid

nesst: [nest egg mondegreen] non-venomous relative of nesset

nesting fish: ["Crazy As Can Be"] variety of flying fish that makes nests in trees

netch: [The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind] herd air jellyfish-like creature that hovers via gassacs, smaller, territorial, polyandrous female, larger poisonous male

netwing: [Piers Anthony] insect with net-like air-capturing wings from Xanth

neurobat: vampire bat-like cheropteroid that feeds on brain impulses

neurovore: [The Wine of Violence by James Morrow] savage, desert-dwelling brain-eater from Carlotta, Malnovian belt, UW Canis Majoris system

never bird: [Peter Pan, or the Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up by James Matthew Barrie] bird that dwells in hat on Never-never Land lagoon

New Texan cattle: [“A Planet for Texans” by H. Beam Piper and J. McGuire] 15-tonne, 1.2-m tall bovinoid from New Texas

ng loob: [Filipino masiraan ng loob back-formation] quail-like ornithoid from Masiraa

nguma monene: [Unexplained! by Jerome Clark] quadruped with serrated backridge from Mataba river

nhaidh: [The Romulan Way by Terisa Halekala-LoBrotto, The Disinherited by Diane Duane and Peter Morwood] cockroach-like insectoid from ch’Rihan, Eisn (128 Trianguli) system

niatnuom: [mountain niatnuom palindrome] mountain goat-like ruminant

nibbling sporran: see sphagnum

nibla: [albino nibla palindrome] white creature

nibur: [rubine nibur palindrome] reddish ruby creature

nickleodeon: [Piers Anthony] dumpy box-like nickepede predator that and music as it feeds from Xanth

nicklepede: [Piers Anthony] insectoid with 500 legs and deadly sharp pincers that gouge out nickel-sized pieces of flesh from Xanth

nicor: [“Queen of Air and Darkness” by Poul Anderson] creature like both elephant and ent, “elephent” from Roland

nidhoggr: [“corpse-tearer”] dragon near Lower Niflheim

nifid: see ra nifid

nifflee: [niffler back-formation] prey of niffling (packrat-like burrowing) predators

niffler: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] packrat-like with spade-like forepaws

nigeel: eel-like creature from Synnibarr, fka Mars (Sol IV) (The World of Synnabarr by Raymond C. S. McCracken)

night beast: [“Star Wars” series by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson] bipedal, clawed sauroid with flat skull from Yavin IV, Jedi galaxy used as guard by Massassi or [Halflife by Mark Michalowski] more intelligent re-gengineered mokey with snuffling sound from Espero

nightcrawler: [“Star Wars IV: A New Hope” by George Lucas] small, nocturnal insectoid from Tatooine, Jedi galaxy, or [Lost Empires of Faerün by Travis Stout] huge, black worm from Plane of Shadows

nightglider: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] gliding, predatory weasel with chest quills

nighthaunt: [Lost Empires of Faerün by Travis Stout] gargoyle-like creature from Plane of Shadows

night howler: [The Stars Are Ours by Andre Norton] moth-eating monkeys with huge eyes from Astra (Deutero-Sol II)

night-lemuel: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddle] arboreal creature with lemkin-like call

nightmare: [A Hero's Guide to Deadly Dragons by Hiccup Haddock III] emerald green, brillant scarlet and deepest purple dragon with retractable claws, slightly poisonous from Barbarian archipelago

nightling bug: [lightning bug spoonerism] small, telepathic insectoid able to cause localized blindness

nightlizard: [Ghost-Walker by Barabara Hambly] nocturnal sauroid from Midgwis (Elcidar Beta III)

night-owl: ["Simulated Trainer"] nocturnal ornithoid

night stalker: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] 1.5-m flightless pack bat that walks on forelimbs, slashes with hindlegs, hunts with echolocation

nightswimmer: [Lost Empires of Faerün by Travis Stout] aquatic nightcrawler from Plane of Shadows

nightwaif: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] short nocturnal waif

night-walker: [“Exploration Team” by Murray Leinster] troublesome creature that dislikes light or cold from Loren II

nightwalker: [Lost Empires of Faerün by Travis Stout] anthropoidal horror of darkness from Plane of Shadows

nightwing: [Superman mythos] Prussian blue magpie-like bird from Krypton, Rao system or [Lost Empires of Faerün by Travis Stout] cheiropteran from Plane of Shadows

nigne: [fire engine nigne erif palindrome] orangish red erif

nigrebua: [aubergine nigrebua palindrome] dark purple creature

niguana: [an iguana mondegreen] iguana-like lizardoid

nihc: [Chinese nihc palindrome] vermillion creature

nihgual: [laughing nihgual portmanteau] hyena-like caninoid

nikcoh: [shocking nikcoh palindrome] bright pink creature

niknit: [stinking nitknits palindrome] malodorous creature

nil: [German Nilpferd back-formation] hippopotamus-horse, river-dwelling equinoid from Wintria, Pfetea system, or similar creature from Socea, moon of Fyver, Neccobit's system, both in Galaxiki galaxy

nilatac: [Catalina nilatac palindrome] Catalina blue creature

nilem: [meline nilem palindrome] yellow creature

nilgai: aka “blue bull” antelope from India

nillapa: [apalling nillapa palindrome] monstrous creature from Wintria, Pfetea system, Galaxiki galaxy

nillebasi: [isabelline nillebasi palindrome] pale grayish-yellow creature

Nilvthcan achtvlinder: [“Red Nilvthcan Achtvlinder”] red achtvlinder-like creature from Nilvthca

nimci: [magic mint mimci gam palindrome] greenish gam

nimolap: [palimino nimolap palindrome] brown equine with cream-colored tail and mane

nimrav: [nimravid back-formation] nimravid-like creature from Noy, Cihpma system, Galaxiki galaxy

nim rac: [carmine nimrac palindrome] red creature, see rac

nimravid: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] sabertooth cat-like predator from Eocene

nimsaj: [jasmine ninsaj palindrome] pale yellow creature

ningen: [Welsh cwningen back-formation] cuckoo-rabbit, long-eared burrowing griffinoid ancestral to cw and rabbit, almost indistinguishable from cw from Pharr, Farpt system, Galaxiki galaxy

nink: [The Wocket in My Pocket by Dr. Seuss] yellow, hairy, large-snouted creature found in sink

ninki-nanka: swamp-dwelling, horse-faced, snake/croc with mirror-like scales, skin-crest from Gambia [Here Be Monsters almanac] with webbing on head and arms able to stiffen into sharp blades

ninut: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] magpie, see mag(g), pie(t), piot, pyot, pyet, ninut, pi(an)et

nip: [pink nip palindrome] pale reddish creature

nipe: [cerise pink nipe sirec palindrome] pinkish sirec

niptune: [Terra Monster RPG] fish-eating blue fox, see aquanine and carnivice from Terrarium

nirama: [aquamarine nirama uqa palindrome] variety of paler blue uqa

nirba: [“How Aliens Work” by Craig Freudenrich] aquatic reptilian with large head and foreclaws and long tail

nire: [tangerine nire gnat palindrome] orange gnat-like insectoid, see le

niretci: [icterine niretci palindrome] yellowish creature

nirmartlu: [ultramarine nirmartlu palindrome] dark blue creature

nirtic: [citrine nirtic palindrome] yellow creature

níshinú: [Japanese níshin-inú portmanteau] herring-dog amphibian

nitnazyb: [Byzantine nitnazyb palindrome] Byzantine purplish creature

Nitramese martin: [mynynym] martin-like ornithoid from Nitram

niuqelrah: [harlequin niuqelrah palindrome] 50-to-75% white creature

nival: [Spanish perdiz nival back-formation] ptarmigan-partridge ornithoid ancestral to partridge and ptarmigan

nivilo: [olivine nivilo palindrome] grayish olive creature

niw: [wine niw palindrome] brownish red gerde predator

Niwhsan snake: [red Niwhsan ashwinder palindrome] red ashwinder-like amphisbæna from Niwhsa

niwi: [periwinkle elk niwi rep, persimmon Ommi's rep palindromes] pale lavender blue elk-like creature from Ommi system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

niylf: [flying niylf palindrome] flying creature

nob: [bone nob palindrome] bone-colored off-white creature, see nobe

nobe: [ebony nobe palindrome] black creature, see nob

Nocan snake: [“Sad Nocan Anacondas”] large, melancholic, constricting serpentoid from Noca

nododon: [mynynym]creature noted for its knot-like teeth

nodosaur: ["knot-lizard"] dinosaur with spikes

noen: [neon orange gnaro noen, neon fuchsia ishcuf noen, neon green eerg noen palindromes] see gnaro, ishcuf and eerg

nog: [knot of frogs spoonerism, “A Frot of Nogs”] amphibious ovoid

nogoodnik: ["L'il Abner" by Al Capp] aka bad schmoo, sickly green, eye-eyed, yellow-toothed schmoo predator

noidülasnek: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] rattlesnake, see krotasnek

noil: [lion noil palindrome] tan creature

noio: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] tern from Hawaii

Noiproc’s scorpion: [mynynym] scorpion-like crustacean from Noiproc, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

noj: [jonquil iuq noj, Nacridone Nodirca iuq palindromes] yellowish iuq from Nodirca system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

nok: ["The Flash -- Fact or Fiction" by Cary Bates] aura-eater that knocks prey into alternate reality [tornok back-formation] bull-like

nōkísí: [Cherokee Tsalagi] meadowlark or star

nolb: [blond nolb palindrome] pale yellow creature

nomaid: [diamond nomaid palindrome] pale blue creature

nomentus: floating creature from KraShur (Krur III), Galaxiki galaxy

nomitna: [antimony nomitna palindrome] reddish yellow creature

nomla: [almond nomla palindrome] almond-colored creature

nonny: songbird that flies perpendicularly -- “All day she chirps her joysome odes and if she goes too far explodes.”

nonu: [Perry Rhodan] noted for neurotoxin from Honur, Thatrel system

noot owl: [newt-hoot owl portmanteau] nocturnal, large-headed, large-eyed, slender, brightly-colored amphibian with hooked claws and beak

Norco energy beast: [“It Crawled Ourt of the Woodwork” by Joseph Stephano] small electrical cloud that kills indiscriminately in quest for more energy from Norco energy research center

norebo worm: [Nightdreamers by Tom Arden] psychevore space creature that generates gravity fields to draw prey and feeds on their dreams

normie: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 9-m lake snake from Lake Norman, N. C.

Norstrilian sparrow: [The Planet Buyer by Cordwainer Smith] 20-kg flightless sparrow from Norstrilia

nós: [Irish ligean nós mondegreen] plover-like ornithoid from Ligea

no-see-’em: aka punkie, midge, tiny gnat-like insect

noshingra: [“The Peacefulness of Vivyan” by James Tiptree, Jr.] bimorphic shellfish aka come-and-go animal

nostrich: [an ostrich mondegreen] ostrich-like ornithoid

nothocyon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] bear-like pinniped ancestor

nothronychus: ["sloth-claw", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 3.6-m tall therizinosaur with short tail, small head, 10-cm claws from N. America

nothrothereiops: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] ground sloth smaller than eremothere from Pleistocene

notsnoom: [moonstone notsnoon palindrome] bluish creature

notter: [an otter mondegreen] otter-like amphibious mammaloid

notoungulate: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] hippo/rhino-like hoofed mammal from Paleocene

nowl: [an owl mondegreen] owl-like nocturnal ornithoid

nox: [an ox mondegreen] ox-like bovinoid

noyster: [an oyster mondegreen] sea predator that noysts (camouflages) cephalopod-like to catch prey

nozia: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] tawny owl

nqwebasaur: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 1-m coelurosaur with long thumb

nrab: [barn nrab portmanteau] owl-like ornithoid

nuclear watchdog: [Godville] radioactive canine

nue: monkey-headed tanuki (raccoon dog) with tiger’s legs, snake’s tail able to become black, flying cloud from Japan

nu-kwa: ox-headed snake from Japan

numbat: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] marsupial from Australia

numidothere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] mastodont with short tusks and no trunk from Eocene

nuna: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] aka swamp turkey, flightless, neck-less scaly-backed ornithoid with fleshy "whiskers" from Naboo, Jedi galaxy

nunbird: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] monase, see barb, dove, pouter, roller

nunk: [Nick and the Glimmung by Philip K. Dick] creature from Plowman’s planet

nurikabe: creature able to project blocking or misdirecting “wall” from Japan, aka whomp

nurp: [prune nurp palindrome] brownish ulp

nutara: [Eskimo] baby walrus

nutria: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] web-footed rodent from S. America

nutch: [On Beyond Zebra by Dr. Seuss] hitch-dwelling creature

nwad: [dawn nwad] insectoid from Agcaqa, Neccobit's syste, Galaxiki galaxy

nwat: [tawny nwat palindrome] brownish-orange collored creature

ny’ghan grii: [ “The Invaders” by Henry Kuttner] extradimensional, translucent, leprosy-white oblate spheroid covered with slender, squirming tentacles, 1 great faceted eye, puckered mouth accompanied by extreme cold, slide when magic is practiced, able to devolve victim

nyak: [Encyclopedia Galactica] huge flying game bird from Samia, Anacreon sector

nyl: [lynx nyl palindrome] feline with reddish-brown stripes on "blue" (gray) or cream (pale yellow-orange)

nyork: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] jumping mollusk from Jedi galaxy

nyraala: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] flailing, slimy tentacle golem made by Illithid as guarddogs and attackdogs

nyzel: ["The Great Silence" by Marianne Sydow] communicating symbiot in banditry, see farrn and drohs

O

o-grab-me: [embrago ananym] tentacled shore predator

oakbat: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stweart and Chris Riddell] arboreal chiropteran

oakhen: [Midnight Over Sanctaphrax by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] arboreal creature

oakleaf toad: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] brown or green if infected with parasitic fluke) toad with oakleaf-like skinflaps, worm-like tongue

oaklore: planimal from Terranium (Terra Monsters RPG)

oarion: [Terra Monster RPG] from Terrarium

oast: [The Dying Earth by Jack Vance] 2.7-m subhumanoid with yellow hair, watery blue eyes, used as beast of burden by villagers and eaten “properly braised and kettled”

obdurodon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] ancient platypus

obelttil: [little boy obelttil palindrome] deep baby blue creature

obispo: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] spotted stingray

obloot: [Crayola toolbox obloot] purplish blue creature

obmu: [“obmu gumbo”, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] food animal used in gumbo from Umbo, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

oboe swan: [Across the Universe by Pamela Sargent and George Zebrowski] trumpeter swan-like ornithoid with sound of oboe from Merope (23 Tauri) IV

oc: [cobalt lab oc palindrome] cobalt blue lab animal

ocabussó: [Catalan oca-cabussó portmanteau] goose-grebe, aquatic ornithoid with pointed bill

ocama: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] aka toca, lieto, 3-m aquatic, anguilliform predator that uses Guyman’s electrosensors more than eyes from Dakka, Neptunes system

ocarina swan: [trumpet swan back-formation] flute swan-like ornithoid with ocarina-like call

occamy: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] 4.5-m winged, leg-less dracoid that lays silver eggs

ocean phantom: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] 10-m long siphonophore (jellyfish) with sail-fins, airsacs and waterjets, symbiot to algae and spindletroopers, hunting with suction bell, feathery sensors, eyestalk-ringed tentacles

ocelloro: [Catalan ocell-lloro portmanteau] bird-parrot, parrot-like bird, often confused with llorocell

ochre jelly: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] golden-colored amoeboid

ocicat: see mau

ocileuqoc: [coquelicot ocileuqoc palindrome] coquelicot red-orange creature

ocirpa: [apricot ocirpa palindrome] pale brown creature

Oclan falcon: [Oclafalco palindrome] falcon-like ornithoid from Ocla

ococ: [cocoa ococ palindrome] cocoa light brown omnivorous creature, preys on unococ

octibullus: sprintosaur with eight-knobbed crest

octobear: [Godville, octopus-bear portmanteau] grizzly-like ursine with 8 legs, suckers and exuding bacony slime

octobeaver: [“Robot Hugs”] beaver with octopus-like tentacles

octo balloon: [The Legend of Zelda: “A Link to the Past”] air cephalopodan that explodes into dozens of small ones when attacked

octogiraffe: [fairy chess] octopedal camelopardian

octoped: 8-legged creature, see arachnoids, crustaceans, heela, hessi, juhiyama, sardzi, sagsār, sharabha, thoat

octopin: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] 6-tentacled, purple-skinned monster with one eye made by Illithid

octopuss: [octopus-puss portmanteau] 8-legged amphibious felinoid, see erdkat

octorok: [The Legend of Zelda ] red or blue land octopodan able to spit rocks from Hyrule

octosak: [“Flash Gordon” by Frederick Stephani, George Plympton, Basil Dickey, Ella O'Neill, based on Alex Raymond's strip] reptilian octopus from Mongo

octtolopus: [Valley Register] noted for snallygaster-like screech

octule: [noctule elision] large, reddish-brown insectivorous chiropteran

odah: [Crayola shadow odahs palindrome] brownish gray creature

odalec: [celalon odalec palindrome] sea green or blue creature

odder: ["The Return of the Kangaroo Rex" by Janet Kagan] neo-otter that eats canal clogweed (aka oddee) from Mirabile

odi: [peridot odi rep, persimmon Ommi's rep palindromes] yellow rep from Ommi system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide, The Xoo Book)

odontotyrannus: [Alexander romance] 3-horned monster

Oduri leech: [Odurihirudo palindrome] leech-like creature from Oduri

oel: [Big Planet by Jack Vance] swamp-dwelling, 2.1-m biped with narrow head, 4 horns, low-ing black dorsal carapace, 12 folding clawed arms, able to be trained to dance the mazurka

oeluràta: [Continuum RPG: "Callicrates"] flying, one-horned tortoise from Atlantis, see gamera

oesophagus: ["A Double-Barrelled Detective Story" by Mark Twain] bird

ofile: [pilofile back-formation] insectovorous eel

oga: [dianoga mondegreen] eyestalked heptapodan from Dia

ogg: dog-like porcoid, see cherry-ogg, cherry-hog

oggie: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 6-m salamander-like amphibian from Onondaga Lake, NY

ogle: [katogle back-formation] griffinoid ancestral to cat and owl

ognam: [Crayola tango mango gnat ognam palindrome] orange gnat parasite

ogno: [Congo ogno palindrome] Congo pink flamingo-like creature

ogopogo: [W. H. Brimblecombe, Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] aka naitaka, dark blue-black, humped, creature with horse-like head, flippers, back serrations, white underbelly from Lake Okanagan, BC

ogreon: [The First Kingdom by Jack Katz] 6-m tall, horned, devil-faced bipedal man-eater

ogrillion: [The Gauntlet" by Graeme Morris] creature

ogrim: [The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind] fat, green, scaly daedra with large twisted horns above small eyes

oila: [Basque oilagarro mondegreen] woodcock-like ornithoid

oil snake: [snake oil back-formation] snake from which healing snake oil comes

oj: [canoj mondegreen] "guarddog" from Ca (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

ok: [Filipino manok, Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük torok mondegreens, nok elision] chicken-like dracoid that eats auras and knocks prey into alternate reality

okeecho: [Okeechobee mondegreen] swamp-dwelling bee-like insectoid from Ahla, Ojikh system, Galaxiki galaxy

Okomihcuz snake: [Okomihcuz tzuchinoko palindrome] tzuchinoko-like amphisbæna from Okomihcuz

oktopus: [OK octopus portmanteau, Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 6-meter, reddish brown, leathery, freshwater octopus from Oklahoma lakes (Thunderbird, Oologah, Tenkiller), possibly related to smaller WV, KY and Ohio River valley varieties

ola: [i-less oila] woodchuck-like creature from Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

oldfather: [Perry Rhodan] mature bron-klyth from Arpa Chai, Wahiat Zent system

oldt: [newt antonym] ancient amphibian

olebok: [Skobeloff oleboks palindrome] dark blue-green creature

olem: [melon olem palindrome] pinkish creature

olgnu: [sunglow olgus palindrome] orangish yellow creature

olhp: [plox olhp palindrome] florescent purple creature

oligobunis: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] weasel-like carnivore that migrated to America in Miocene

oliphaunt: [The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien] giant war elephant

oliphent: [Superman mythos] large, warm-blooded, egg-laying beast of burden from Krypton, Rao system

ollaf: [fallow ollaf palindrome] pale brown creature

ollemnu: [Crayola umellow ollemnu palindrome] florecent orangish yellow creature

olley: [yellow olley palindrome] yellow creature

Ollidamran armadillo: armored burrower from Ollidamra, moon of Dea, Noon-Dae system, Galaxiki galaxy

ollopom: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] aka pseudo-pom, floats lily-pad-like from Jedi galaxy

olor: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] whistling swan

om: [moss om palindrome] green creature

omajinaakoos: ["ugly one"] 30-cm brown, lake monster with rattail from Big Trout Lake, Ont.

omannic: [cinnamon omannic palindrome] reddish-brown creature, see erro

omao: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] thrush from Hawaii

omel: [lemon omel palindrome] yellowish creature, see resal

omenester: [“Squirrel Cage” by Robert Sheckley] sleg predator from Seer

omla: [salmon omlas pormanteau] pale pinkish orange creature

omnethoth: [The Fall of Yquatine by Nick Walters] gestalt gaseous creature gengineered as acid rain producer, re-gengineered into beautiful golden gasclouds from Yquatine

ommoc: [common ommoc portmanteau] creature in common and uncommon varieties

omnivore: [Omnivore by Piers Anthony] most ferocious of the 1-eyed, 1-legged creatures from Nacre

omnivorous bat: ["Bats" by John Logan] mutant bat that will eat anything, fruit, insects, mammals

omomys: lemur-like primate which replace plesiadapid from late Paleocene

on: [snow ons palindrome] off-white creature

onactornis: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] large flightless bird with hunched back and J-shaped neck from Miocene

onager: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wild ass from Asia, see quagga

ondine: [The Perfect Planet by Edward Packard] green, long necked amphibian from Utopa (Achnar V), Gallatin quadrant

ondo: [Swahili nondo elision] moth-like insectoid

ondryx: [Exiles by Howard Weinstein] herd creature with spindly legs, shoulder humps, complex forward-extending antlers, trunk from Kejor VI

one-eye: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis]giant lake snake from Lake Granbury, TX

ong: [Filipino pagong mondegreen] tortoise-pug, caninoid with carapace ancestral to pug and tortoise or [Vietnamese con ong mondegreen] creature ancestral to con and bee from Di Sa (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

Onihc cat: [Ohihc cat tacchio portmanteau] cat-turkey griffinoid ancestral to cat and turkey from Onihc

onny: [nonny elision] exploding creature

onza: [Unexplained! by Jerome Clark] aka cuitlamiztli, wolf-like cat or nimravid from Sierra Madre Mts., Mex.

oo: [maroon oo ram palindrome] dark brownish red sheep

oob: [The Mathematics of Oz by Clifford A. Pickover] 1.4-m serpentoid with spindly arms and gross oversized head from Zyph, Betelguese (alpha Orionis) system

oo-er: [museumofhoaxes.com by Alex Boese] cubical-egg-laying bird from Australia, see fau-liva

oogah swan: trumpeter swan-like ornithoid with oogah sound

oogl: [“Eripmav” by Damon Knight] aka “meat tree” whose flesh petrifies rapidly with exposure to air, used for construction on Veegle, Fomalhaut (alpha Piscis Austrini) system

ooh: [hooded ooh portmanteau] creature in hooded and unhooded varieties, with "Ooh!" cry

ook: [Alien Secrets by Annette Curtis Klause] pet from Shoon (aka Aurora, tau Ceti II)

ookaris: [babookaris mondegreen] blue simian (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

oomfer: [Warrior of Llarn, Theif of Llarn by Gardner F. Fox] giant ornithoid steed from Llarn that oomfs (flies while ridden)

ootter: 2-headed aquatic mammaloid

oorial: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wild mountain sheep from Tibet, see sha, sna, rasse, urial, bharal, nahoor

oort: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] large, small-brained agressive creature from which Illithid bred oortlings

oortling: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] docile, large-brained food anthropoid bred by Illithid from oort

oos: [The Mathematics of Oz by Clifford A. Pickover] 1.4-m serpentoid with spindly arms and gross oversized head from Zyph, Betelguese (alpha Orionis) system

oowder: [redwood oowder palindrome] reddish brown creature that oowds

oowesor: [rosewood oowesor palindrome] dark reddish brown creature

oowgod: [dogwood oowgod palindrome] dogwood rose creature

oowylrub: [burlywood oowylrub palindrome] pale orange creature

ooze: includes ever more viscous slime, jelly, pudding and blobs, usually blind and acid-secreting

oozefish: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] foul, sluggish, vile-tasting mudskipper-like ichthyoid

opaleye: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] sheep-eating, iridescent dragon with pupil-less, multi-colored eyes from Australia or New Zealand

opan: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] kingfish, see haku

opelet: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sea anemone

opelter: [argopelter mondegreen] grey arboreal pelter (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

oph: large horned serpent whose blade-ridged spine slashes

ophiacodon: low, 3.7-m sauroid with long hindlegs, large toothed jaw

opinicus: creature with serpent’s body, lion’s legs, long bill, pointy ears, eagle’s wings, camel’s tail

opose: small warbear used by Quan from Hoan (Acram II), Galaxiki (NGC 1300b) galaxy at 26,000 ly

opthalmosaur: aka "eye-lizard", variety of ichthyosaur

opus: [walopus mondegreen] green cephalopoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

or: [Armenian tsovaoror mondegreen] sea ornithoid ancestral to tsova and another or and seagull (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot) or [carrot or rac palindrome] orange variety of rac

Oramese beast: ["The Creature that Slept a Million Years" by E. Nelson Bridwell] dangerous beats from Oram

orange eyes: 3.3-m nape from Mansfield, OH

orangopoid: [orangutan-anthropoid portmanteau, Flash Gordon by Frederick Stephani, George Plympton, Basil Dickey, Ella O'Neill, based on Alex Raymond's strip] horned long-armed anthropoid from Mongo

orang-pendek: [Unexplained! by Jerome Clark] see sedapa

orbz: [Monster Galaxy] web-spinning arachnoid moga with 4 long legs, 2 hands from Cancer constellation

orc: [Dragons, Unicorns and Other Magical Beasts by Robin Palmer] man-eating sea creature with impenetrable scales, tusks; [Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien] or [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] whale, see ork, cet(e), beluga, grampus, also goblin-like land orc

orcat: [orca-cat portmanteau] large black and white amphibious predatory felinoid

orchidsnouter: [The Snouters by Harald Stümpke] plant-mimicking snouter with rigid tail from Hi-Yi-Yi Islands

orf(e): [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] yellow fish

ork: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] whale, see orc

ördegi: [Azerbaijani yaban ördegi mondegreen] widgeon-like ornithoid from Yaba (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

ordzook: ["Prince of Peril" by Otis Adelbert Kline] bluish-green amphibian with yellow head and neck with red neckring, spiny ridges from Zarovia (Venus (Sol II))

orea: winged gorilloid from Relegooturnia (Phoenix IV), Galaxiki galaxy

orek: [Czech norek elision] mink-like mammaloid

oreodon: herding ruminant from Oligocene

orffa: [saffron orffas palindrome] orangish-yellow creature

org: [This Moment of the Storm by Roger Zelazny] contraction from “organism-with-a-long-name-I-can’t-remember”] 3-m long, segmented body, wide head, traffic-signed eyes, pale little legs, razor-sharp teeth from Tierra del Cygnus, 72 Cygni system

órga: [Irish iasc órga mondegreen] ichthyoid ancestral to fish and goldfish (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

orhinus: [tichorhinus, stephanorhinus mondegreens] rhinoid tich relative from Stefa (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

Orion parasite: “Operation: Annihilate” by Steven W. Carabatsos] gelatinous, colorless, football-sized amorph gestalt that drives host mad with pain, destroyed Aldebaran Magnus V, Ingraham B and Deneva

ork: [The Sword of Lankor by Howard L. Cory] 3-headed ornithoid from Lankor or [The Scarecrow of Oz by L. Frank Baum] ornithoid with 4 legs and 4 wings and propeller-like tail

orka: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] killer whale

orluck: [Barsoom series by Edgar Rice Burroughs] yellow-and-black striped elephantine beast from Mars (Sol IV)

orn: [goldenrod orn ed-log palindrome] variant of ed-log

ornad: [Earth in Twilight by Doris Piserchia] 9-m long jungle-dwelling 16-legged, green and yellow, caterpillar with long head with long floppy ears, teeth worse than tail stinger, able to shoot webbing, lives in oval nest

orned: [Crayola goldenrod orned log palindrome] yellowish log-like creature

ornithoid: bird-like creature

ornitholestes: ["bird-robber", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 2-m, 15-kg ornitomimosaur from Wyoming

ornithomimosaur: ["bird-mimic", The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe, Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] coelurosaur descendant

ornithopod: ["bird-footed", The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] ancestor of heterodontosaur, camptosaur, edmontosaur, parasauroloph

ornithorhynchus: aka platypus ["flatfoot"], egg-laying, furry quadruped with duckbill, webbed feet, poisonous footspike, beaver's tail, see puggle, obdurodon

orochi: [Sacred Texts: The Kojiki — The Eight-forked Serpent tr. by B. H. Chamberlain, Here Be Monsters almanac] aka yamata-no-orochi “big snake of 8 branches”] 8-headed, 8-tailed, very large dracoid with red eyes and mossy, forested back

orohippo: [orohippus back-formation] beagle-sized eohippoid from Noy, Cihpma system, Galaxiki galaxy

orohippus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] beagle-sized, three-toed horse from middle Eocene

orok: [Slovak norok elision] mink-like mammaloid

orole: amphibian from Relegooturnia (Phoenix IV), Galaxiki galaxy

orrac: [Crayola neon carrot orracnoen palindrome] orange noen

orsu: [Finnish norsu elision] pachyderm

orsuk: [Durdekors “supermonster”] giant anthropoid with sharp teeth and broken ugly face

Orthod ox: domesticated ox-like bovine from Orthod

orthopoi: [Pellucidar series by Edgar Rice Burroughs] small, 3-toed equine from Pellucidar

ortic: [citron ortic palindrome] yellowish green creature

osc: [pronounced “usk”] little, gentle creature that swims on river’s surface during day, feeding on “fluff and water-weed which other creatures do not need”, hangs bat-like at night

oscar: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] aka beast of Busco, 1.8-m turtle from Lake Fulk, Ind.

oscine: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] songbird

óserp: [Catalan ós-serp portmanteau] bear-snake, furry, boa-like dracoid with claws

osi(c): [Slovenian/Polish nosi(c) elision] ursoid

osmirc: [crimson osmirc palindrome] crimson red creature, see rolgn

ossolb: [cherry blossom ossolb yrrehc palindrome] light pink yrrehc

ostrich horse: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Spirit World”] steed with short feathers, ostrich-like legs, wings and feet, hairy tail, horse-like neck and head, beak

otary: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] seal with ears

ote: [Eton ote palindrome] greenish blue creature

oteltsac: [Castleton oteltsac palindrome] Castleton green creature

otornis: [notornis elision] ear-winged ornithoid

otselrahc: [Charleston otselrahc palindrome] Charleston dark green creature

otsi: [tsuganotsi mondegreen] centipede from Tsuga (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

ottern: [otter-tern portmanteau] otter-like amphibious ornithoid

otter-penguin: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Boy in the Iceberg”] amphibian with seal-like face, otter’s tail and 4 flippers

otyugh: 2.4-meter, sewer-dwelling creature with rock-hard brownish-gray skin, 3 thick legs, 3 eyes on leaf-like stalk, 2 long tentacles with bony torn-like ridges, related to lifeleech

ouar: [anouar mondegreen, Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot] white, furry, nocturnal predator with red eyes from A

oucher-poucher: [National Geographic Picture Atlas of Our Universe by Michael Whelan] metallophagous life-form from Venus that moves by inflating pouch-like hydrogen sac and making bouncing landings

ouija creature: [Linda Moore's daughter] black creature with red eyes, triangular head, pointy fingerless arms that moved spider-like

ounce: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] snow leopard or panther

ouroboros: [Piers Anthony] black-and-white water dragon from Xanth, see hoop snake

overland snail: [Piers Anthony] fast-moving variety of snail used for message transport from Xanth

overworm: [Greyhawk Monstrous Compendium Appendix by Mike Breault, etal.] giant worm in service to Kyuss the Worm King from Greyhawk

owf: [snowflake ooze spoonerism mondegreen, galaxiki.org] sleep-inducing freshwater ichthyoid from Rovarga, Gravor system, Galaxiki galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

owlbear: [“The Ecology of the Owlbear” by Jonathan M. Richards] aka wildkin, 2.5-meter, carnivorous griffinoid

owl-fly: [Piers Anthony] large-eyed, tufted, stealthy insect from Xanth

owlreed: [Monster Galaxy] book-eating, purple and white owl-like moga from Aquarius constellation

owltiger: [“The Hunting” by Doris Beetem] owl-like ornithoid with ears and beak-like fangs

owriss: [“Ewoks” series] large, harmless amorph from Endor’s moon, Jedi galaxy

oxyaena: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] jaguar-sized, small-brained creodont from late Paelocene and early Eocene

oysteer: [oyster-steer portmanteau] amphibian with oyster-like shell and retractable hooved legs and horned head

oystercracker: [oyster cracker mondegreen] aquatic predator of oysters that cracks rather than mere prys open oyster shell

ozama: [Amazon ozama palindrome] Amazon green creature

ozma: giant sand-whale (Ozuma by Leiji Matsumoto)

ozoa: telepathic, asexual jellyfish-like sea creature with 24 eyes from Polypo (Viola-Stauro III), Galaxiki galaxy

P

p'eng-niao: thunderbird from China

pa: [gappa mondegreen] gray-green dracoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

pab: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] butterfly

paca: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] rodent from S. America, see cavy, degu, coypu, agouti

pacd: [Les Adventures de Jacques Sadeur by Gabriel Foigny] gregarious songbird from Terre Australe

pacer: [The Anoma by Jack Vance] draft creature from Durdane descended from bullocks

pachycephalosaur: [“boneheaded lizard”] 4.6-m bipedal sauroid with thick knobby skull from Cretaceous

packrabbit: [pack rat-jackrabbit portmanteau] rabbit-like burrowing, borrowing creature

packrattler: [pack rat-rattler portmanteau] snake-like borrowing burrower with rattle on tail, related to siiloks, from Olidamra, moon of Dea, Noon-Dae system, Galaxiki galaxy

paco: [OviPets] egg-laying llama-like animal

pacolet: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] swift horse

paddelfin: [Danish padde-delfin portmanteau] aka paddlefin, amphibian-dolphin, amphibious sirenian-like cetacean

paddler: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] lake snake with flippers from Lake Pend Oreille

pädrit: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] partridge

paf: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] peacock

paiku suru: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] 136-meter, smoky pink or orange superpredator with 4 paddle-like fins, claw-like mandibles, hunted for “dakkasword” and paiki soup from Dakka, Neptune system

pairodd: [The Legend of Zelda] teleporting parrot-like ornithoid from Koholint Island, Hyrule

pakicetus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] whale ancestor related to mesonynch and ambulocetus

paleosaur: [“The Giant Behemoth” by Robert Abel and Allen Adler] 1.2-m tall, 1.8-m long, long-necked quadrupedal reptilian amphibian

paleoryct: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] shrew-like insectivorous mammal from Paleocene

paleorys: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] giraffe ancestor from Chattian age (late Oligocene)

palla: [Finnish ruijanpallas mondegreen] halibut-like ichthyoid from Ruija (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

pal-rai-yûk: see tizheruk

paloma: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] dove from Spain

palorchestes: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] sloth-like marsupial from Pleistocene

pamola: [Abenaki] aka bmola, moose-headed anthropoid with eagle’s wings and feet

pamingo: [pink flamingo spoonerism] long-legged, -necked ornithoid from Flink

pamthret: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] puma-like forest pack weasel

pan: [Tev’Meckian] gnu-like ruminant from Tev’Meck, MakTar system

pandaken: [Monster Legends] monstrous panda

pandamite: [Terra Monster RPG] small, red, white and yellow panda-like volcano-dwelling creature, see pandora and pandorum, from Terrarium

pandora: [Terra Monster RPG] red, white and yellow panda-like molten rockeater, see pandamite and pandorum, from Terrarium

pandorum: [Terra Monster RPG] large, red, white and yellow lava-eating panda-like creature, see pandamite and pandora, from Terrarium

pangbourne: [Mothstorm by Philip Reeve] variety of icthyomorph

pangolin: scaly anteater that curls and rolls

pansy dragon: [Godville] see panzer dragon

pantolambda: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] dog-sized mammal from Danian age (early Paleocene)

pantolestid: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] swimming and burrowing otter-like mammal from Paleocene

panther: [panther back-formation] felinoid predator that panths

panzer dragon: [Godville] 1-m dragon that tastes better than chicken, young called pansy dragon

paon: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] blue peacock

papag: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] parrot

papaki: [Grk. @] duckling

paracerathere: [fka baluchithere] 5.5-m at shoulder hornless, long-legged rhinoid with longish neck

paracosoryx: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] pronghorn with long-stemed Y-shaped horns from Miocene

Paradise virus: ["Lost Sorceress of the Silent Citadel" by Michael moorcook] flesh-eating virus in water and "grass" from Mars (Sol IV)

Parad ox: mysterious ox-like bovine from Parad

paraka: ["Warhead" by Bryan Fuller, Nick Sagan, Michael Taylor] winged creature from Delta Quadrant

parailurus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] panda from Zanclean age (early Piocene)

parapara parsite: [Tokyo Mew Mew] causes gigantism

parasauroloph: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] ornithopod descendant

parashrew: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] shrew-like mammal with umbrella-like tail used for parachuting

paratoceras: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] protoceras with small nose-horns, short, wide-bottomed horns over eyes and V-shaped horns behind ears

paravane: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] otter

parg: [Crayola grape parg palindrome] purplish creature, see rebye

pargo: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] porgy from Europe

parictis: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] bear-like pinniped ancestor

parlor snake: snake adapted to parlor, see lounge lizard

parmops: [Estonian parm-mops portmanteau] horsefly-pug, ugly, small griffinoid fond of horses

parody: [Piers Anthony, parrot-chickadee portmanteau] green-winged mimicking bird with downward curved beak from Xanth

parr: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] young salmon, see grilse, skegger

parrot-lizard: see psittacosaur

parrotter: [parrot-otter, par-rotter portmanteau] triphibian with hooked bill, webbed feet, dense, dark brown fur-like feathers and secreting a decay accelerant (par)

parrow: [lark sparrow mondegreen] ornithoid with lark-like head and sparrow-like body from Aduala, moon of Fyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

parrowl: [parrow-owl portmanteau] ornithoid with lark-sparrow-owl-like ornithoid from Aduala, moon of Fyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

Party Beach monster: [“The Horror of Party Beach” by Richard L. Hilliard] mutant sea creature combined with human corpse in form of blood-thirsty humanoid with large scales, claws, dorsal fin, spiny-ray ears, bursts into flame with contact with sodium

parus: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] titmouse, see mag

paschathere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] earliest tethythere (elephant and manatee ancestor) from late Paleocene, related to minchenella

patao: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] mojerra fish

patas: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] red monkey from S. Africa

patchoo: [Outernauts RPG]

patriofelis: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] leopard-sized creodont from Ypresian age (early Eocene)

pavo: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] peacock, see mao

PBO: [Planetary Bacteria Organism, Introduction a la Nouvelle Bacteriologie by Dr. Sorin Sonea and Dr. Maurice Panisset] intelligent, but non-sentient, super-organism able to resist antibiotics

pe: [Serbocroatian pecat mondegreen] seal-cat or sea-cat ancestral to cat and seal from Skjoob, Bjosko system, Galaxiki galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

peacockatoo: [peacock-cockatoo portmanteau] blue-green iridescent ornithoid with long erectile crest and fan-like tail

peacockroach: [peacock-cockroach portmanteau] blue-green iridescent insectoid with long erectile crest and fan-like tail

Peaf owl: [peafowl mondegreen] peacock-like owl from Peaf (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

peafyx: [Monster Galaxy] vulpine moga with peacock feather collar and tail from Taurus constellation

peak bear: ["Ms. Midshipwoman Harrington" by David Weber] bear-like creature from Sphinx

peakcock: [peacock mondegreen] mountain-dwelling cock-like ornithoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

peanut butter jellyfish: [Godville] jellyfish that tastes vaguely like peanutbutter

peascorp: [Monster Galaxy] blue, herbivorous scorpion-like moga with 5 stingers with eyes-like spots from Scorpio

pechav: [pechavy back-formation] small, yellow-furred slug-like creature from Gahga, moon of Gagha, Gahgagaghag system, Galaxiki galaxy

pechavy: [Big Planet by Jack Vance] sluggish, yellow-furred sheep-sized creature from the Big Planet

Peeh’s sheep: [mynynym] sheep-like ruminant from Peeh, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

peeking pom: [Rainbeau's Riddles and Rhymes] cross between Pekinese and Pomeranian canines

peele: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] reebok

pega: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] suckerfish, see remora, lootsman

pegasus: [Greek] winged horse

pegasaur: winged dracoid

pegataur: ["Top Ballista" by Carl Sargent] winged bovine

peixinxa: [Catalan peix-xinxa portmanteau] fish-bedbug, riverbed-dwelling, bloodsucking parasite from Socea, moon of Fyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

pejin: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] pigeon

peke: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary, Pekinese] small dog, see pug, pup, feist, pom

peko peko: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] large, long-tailed ornithoid with venomous blood

pelecanimimus: ["pelican-mimic", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] bird-like dinosaur with 220 teeth

pelek: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] pelican

pelgrane: [Rhialto by Jack Vance] subdyvolt with white fangs, clawed hands, black horn, hard leathery gargoyle-like body, great hatchet-like beak, leering eyes

pelorovis: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] giant ram with 2-m horn span from Pleistocene

pelüd: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] octopus

peluda: [Giants, Monsters and Dragons by Carol Rose] green dragon with poisonous quills, snake’s head, neck and tail, large tortoise-like feet, in hellfire or water or acid breathing varieties from La Ferté-Bernard, France, [Here Be Monsters almanac] "shaggy beast' with poisonous saliva

pen: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] female swan, see penguin and pendrill

pendrill: [Terra Monster RPG] large flightless ornithoid with wings adapted as drills, see turanon and chillbeak, from Terrarium

pengator: [penguin-alligator portmanteau, The Legend of Zelda: “A Link to the Past”] polar predator that attacks by sliding on belly

pengoo: [Monster Galaxy] pig-like iglooid moga adapted to cold

penguinsect: [penguin-insect portmanteau] black and white amphibious insectoid

pentabrach: [Trillion: Alaster 2262 by Jack Vance] small, edible, 5-limbed sea creature

pentagiraffe: [fairy chess] camelopardian with leg-like tail

pentapus: [Avatar: The Last Airbenders: “Return of Omashu”] tiny, purple, sewer-dwelling hand-like cephalopodan with suckered tentacles

pepperfish: [Blue World by Jack Vance] ichthyoid from the Blue World

peraceras: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] acerathere from Miocene

perceb: [Wyst: Alastor 1716 by Jack Vance] small mollusc of sub-surface rocks on shore of Moaning Ocean, delicacy when fried in nut oil with aiole from Wyst

perdaas: [Afrikaans perd-daas portmanteau] horse-horsefly

pern: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] honey buzzard

peryton: [“The Ecology of the Peryton” by Nigel Findley] blue-black and dark green stag-headed eagle with 7.5-m wingspan, obsidian antlers, that smells like Human, eats humanoid hearts [“Xoology” by Kittenbaker] from Szurane, [Here Be Monsters almanac] Europe

pesanat: [Catalan] nocturnal, black, hairy large dog or cat with steely claws and holey paws

peshkorb: [Albanian peshk-korb portmanteau] fish-raven, triphibous black ornithoid

petelen: [Bulgarian petel-elen portmanteau] rooster-deer, pegasoid with antlers, crest and wattle pegasoid from Peggassa, Hippocrenea system, Galaxiki galaxy

peto: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wahoo fish

petrel: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sea bird, see ern(e), gull, skua, scaup, tern, fulmar, gannet, scoter

peuchen: [Chilota, Chiloe Misterioso by Oscar Martinez Vilches] gigantic, vampiric, serpentine flying dragon that whistles, with petrifying gaze

pezosiren: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] sirenian ancestor with hands and feet from Eocene Tethys Sea

pfit: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] anteater-like insectivorous mammal small enough to waterwalk

pfph: [Star Rangers by Andre Norton] beast of burden from Falthar

pfrdffl: ["Space Rats of the CCC" by Harry Harrison] (nitrophete?) creature noted for drunkenness from Planizz

pfugux: [Ghost-Walker by Barbara Hambly] herding creature from Midgwis (Elcidar Beta III)

Phaaxan goose: [fox and goose mondegreen] goose-like ornithoid from Phaaxa (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

phage: see venom

phaléne-porcépic: [Another World by Jean-Ignace-Isidore Gérard] moth-headed porcupine

phantom bird: invisible predatory bird from Beloro (Rod Brown of the Rocket Rangers: "The Phantom Birds of Beloro")

phantom catfish: [Here Be Monsters] catfish caught with gummy worms

phantom sea beast: ["The Phantom Sea Beast" by Robert Kanigher] ghostly beastly marine animal

phase spider: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] giant, 2-eyed green-and-white spider

phenacodont: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] horse-like from Paleocene/early Eocene

Phiadoran behemoth: [Imperial Moon by Christopher Bulis] large, jungle game animal

Phillip cay duck: [Phillip K. Dick pun] duck from Phillip cay

Phoenix flu viroid: ["Invasion" by Robin Cook] meteorite-protected mutagen that transformes into scaly-skinned, 4-armed, bugeyed ("Invasion" by Robin Cook)

phog: [“Phog” by Poul Anderson] scummy, stinking, deadly gaseous creature from Phoebus system

phoenix: [Greek] bird with yellow neck, red-purple body, blue-with-rose tail, large plume that hatches egg by self-cremation, between 350 and 12,994 years, see benu, fêng-huang

phorusrhacos: 2-m tall eagle-beaked creature from Patagonia

photh: [Thongor series by Lin Carter] scarlet vampire bat

phranna: ["Courtesan of the Empire" by Alexander Huiskes] 3-m food fish from mangrove forest from Jusimal

phroomis: ["Babylon 5: Duet for Human and Narn in C Sharp" by David Gerrold] Narn delicacy

phryix: [galaxiki.org] ravenous, aquatic rodentoid from Zlay, Golden Axe system, Galaxiki galaxy

Phwrohcnan snake: [Pi Hwrohcnan anchorwhip palindrome] anchorwhip-like amphisbæna from pi Hwrohcnae system

pi(an)et: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] magpie, see mag(g), pie(t), piot, pyot, pyet, ninut

piasa: [Illini "giant bird that devours man", Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] winged, scaly, antlered, man-eating dracoid with long, poisoned-barbed tail

piatek: [Armeniana] large mammal with hair sticking out and large beak

pici: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] woodpecker

piccolo swan: [trumpet swan back-formation] small flute swan-like ornithoid with piccolo-like call

picdar: [La Découverte de L’Empire de Cantahar by De Varennes de Mondasse] green, bear-sized, creature with white spots, leopard-like head, hunted though dangerous from Cantahar Island

piche: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] monkey from S. America

picken: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “Zuko Alone”] pig-headed hen with pig legs, see pigster

picklepuss: [Piers Anthony] feline with green, prickly snout that pickles with its salty tears from Xanth

picktooth:[After Man by Dougal Dixon] rabbuck with 2 tusks and foreleg spurs

picture-winged fly: [Piers Anthony] small insect with wings mimicking various art forms including charcoal, crayon-drawing, cubist, naturalistic, oil, pastel chalk, pastoral, pen-and-ink, still-life, surrealistic, watercolor from Xanth

picule: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] small woodpecker

piebald rat: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] inedible sewer rat

piercer: [Monster Manual by Gary Gygax] stalactite-mimicking gastropod with second slow-digesting stomach, in black, gray, green or blue varieties, tastes like snail, related to darkmantle, roper and lou carcolh

pie(t): [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] magpie, see mag(g), piot, pyot, pyet, ninut, pi(an)et

piffilosaur: [Dr. Doolittle and the Secret Lake by Hugh Lofting] large, long-necked, herbivorous, long-tailed, short-legged dinosaur from No-Man’s-Land

pigadillo: [“Robot Hugs”] armadillo-like armored porcoid

pigasus: [Godville] aka flying pig, pegasus-like porcoid from Cincinnati, OH

pigator: [pig-alligator portmanteau] aquatic carnivorous sauroid with cloven hooves and cartilaginous snout from Adiusa, Goodiusa system, Galaxiki galaxy

pigeon-hawk: [pigeon hawk mondegreen] ornithoid with pigeon-like head with hawk-like body (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

pigeon-toad: [“pigeon-toed”] pigeon-toed triphibian

piggy-back: [Piers Anthony] plump, pick-skinned porcoid steed from Xanth

pigmole: [Tengen Toppe Gurren Lagunn] rig-like mole

pigmy hippo: [History of the Great Island of Madagascar by Étienne de Flacourt] from Madagascar

pigmy pompom: tribble-like creature with mouth and eyes from Callisto, Jupiter (Sol V) 4

pigmy puff: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] small pink or purple variety of puffskein

pigoose: [pig-goose portmanteau] griffinoid with longish neck, short, pointed beak and cloven hooves from Adiusa, Goodiusa system, Galaxiki galaxy

pigster: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “Zuko Alone”] pig-headed rooster with pig legs, that pigsts, see picken

pihwaya: [papaya whip pihwaya papa palindrome] pale orange creature

pika: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] rabbit-like rodent, "rat hare"

pikka: [Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series by Douglas Adams] magpie-like ornithoid unsurprized by the Perfectly Normal Beasts' interplanetary migrations from Lamuella

pikobis: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] web-footed therapod with long beak and tail from Jedi galaxy

pil: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] eel

pilchard: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] see fumado, sardine

pililli: [Mémoires De Sir George Wallop by Pierre Chevalier Duplessis] blue and red dove from Aprilis, New Britain Islands

pillar snouter: [The Snouters by Harald Stümpke] crab-eating stationary snouter in symbiosis with secretion-loving suctorial snout leaper from Hi-Yi-Yi Islands

Pillb ox: [pillbox mondegreen] low dangerous ox-like bovine from Pillb system (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

pillbug: aka roly-poly, slater, sowbug, wood louse that moves by curling and rolling

pilofile: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] insectivore with sharp summer beak and hairy funnel for catching insects, with long winter beak for probing for insects

pilot fish: [Piers Anthony] arboreal ichthyoid fond of plane trees from Xanth

pinch: [Piers Anthony] little ornithoid with large beaks from Xanth

pinclaw: [Terra Monster RPG] from Terrarium

pind: [Danish pindsvin mondegreen] hedgehog-pig, burrowing porcoid ancestral to pig and hedgehog (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

pink elephant: [“Dumbo”] pink elephant-like hyperdimensional

pink panther: [Pink Panther series] pink panther-like bipedal felinoid adapted to pink desert sand

pinnipex: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] 3.5-meter, crawling worm-like swamp-dweller from Scanodon, croft system

Pinnivian snake: [Pinniw’s winnip palindrome] winnip-like amphisbæna from Pinniw, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

pinocchio frog: [National Geographic] long-nosed from from New Guinea

pintado: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sier-like fish

pinto: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] piebald or mottled horse

piot: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] magpie, see mag(g), pyot, pie(t), pyet, ninut, pi(an)et

pipi: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] mollusk from New Zeeland

pipit: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] titlark

pippohotamus: [hippopotamus spoonerism] desert hippoid

piraiba: ["evil mother of all fishes", River Monsters by Jeremy Wade] 3.3-m, 200-kg fish with 40-cm mouth from Amazon

Piran gnat: [piranha-gnat] tiny, swarming carnivorous insectoid from Pira

piranha bird: [Showcase #91: "The Planet of Death"] voracious pack-hunting ornithoid

piranhamouse: [Mad Magazine: "Woodlore"] voracious pack-attacking fieldmouse with red armpit marks

pirarucu: ["redfish", River Monsters by Jeremy Wade] arapaima from Amazon

pscium: [OviPets] egg-laying ichthyoid

pismire: [Geoffrey Chaucer] ant attracted to urine, see emmet

pithanotaria: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] first sea lion from Miocene

pitoloha: [fanamin-pitoloha mondegreen] creature ancestral to fanamin and fanamin-pitoloha (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

pi uao: one-horned lion-like winged dragon with no anus

plaga: [pl. plagas, Resident Evil 4] includes blade plage, centipede plage, leech plage, spider plage, whip plage

plague crawler: [Resident Evil 0] 2-m insectoid victim of T-virus

planetar: ["Tales of the Outer Planets" by Gary L. Thomas] Outer Planet creature

plantimal: [Blackhawk #218] 21-m long plant-like creature with mossy body, 4 thin legs, 3-toed feet, frog-like head, 6 tentacles with twin end-tendrils from Ezz

pla rahu: [Thai "eclipse fish", River Monsters by Jeremy Wade] 90-kg sea or river stingray

plateosaur: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] sauropodomorph, not actually a sauropod

platybelodon: [“shovel-tusk”] elephant-ancestor with broad blade-like lower teeth

platygonus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] warthog-like peccary from Zanclean age (early Pliocene)

platyplus: [platypus-plus portmanteau] platypus-like creature with two duckbilled heads and beavertail

platypus bear: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Fortuneteller”] creature with bear’s, teeth-lined bill, flat webbed hind feet, beaver-like tail, bear-like body

playsaurus: [Cloudstone] playful plesiosaurus-like sea monster

plesiadapid: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] primitive primate with rodent-like head and ground squirrel-like body from Danian age (early Paleocene), replaced by omomyid and adapid

plesiocyon: [After the Dinosaurs by Douglas R. Prothero] bear-like pinniped ancestor

plesiosaur: [“near-lizard”] aquatic dinosaur with long neck and unfluked tail, and flippers

plewds: [martin] perceived worriedness

plicha: [Mémoires De Sir George Wallop by Pierre Chevalier Duplessis] friendly nightingale from Aprilis, New Britain Islands

plimpie: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] spherical biped sea bottom-dweller

Pliocene clam: [Jeff Jones] ravenous man-eater said to have roamed wetland

plioceras: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] prepronghorn with short wide horns from Miocene

plioloph: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] horse from Ypresian age (early Eocene) or Noy, Cihpma system, Galaxiki galaxy

pliosaur: whale-like plesiosaur

plofle: [i-less pilofile] cave ornithoid with summer and winter bills from Friatica, Friaticalida system, Galaxiki galaxy

poa: [Thongor series by Lin Carter] 30-m long river-dragon with translucent flesh from Lemuria or [galaxiki.org] similar creature from Socea, moon of Fyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

plodder: [plodder back-formation] slow-moving, but well-armored, chelonian that plodds (moves slowly)

plog: [golp plog palindrome] monster with purple spots, flaming mouth and ears

pmah: [shampoo pmahs palindrome] pink creature

pocket gopher: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] small gopher from Eocene

pocket mouse: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] see heteromys

poe: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] parson bird, see tue, tui, koko

poëbrothere: humpless camel ancestor from Oligocene

poemakreel: [Dutch poema-makreel portmanteau] cougar-mackerel, amphibious predator

pog: [passel of hogs spoonerism, “A Hassle of Pogs”] pig-hog, difficultly tamed porocid

poggle: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] small, furry cave-dwelling mammalian which feed on seeds gathered by silverspiders who eat their flesh and drink their blood

pogonodon: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] saber-toothed nimravid from Oligocene

pogotail: [snouter extrapolation] shrew with helical tail adapted for springing

pogy: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] menhaden or mossbunker fish, see sardine

poinsetter: [Rainbeau's Riddles and Rhymes] cross between pointer and setter canines

poisson d'Avril: [Fren.] easily caught ichthyoid from Avril

pok: [Once Burned by Peter David] large, hairy steed used by Danteri

polarcat: [Jets*Rockets*Spacemen trading card #58] of polar caps from planet Ex

polar mite: ["Nest" by Scott Peters] tiny, maddening insects from Arctic

polar mouse: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Boy in the Iceberg”] hamster-like creature with flattened cat’s tail, cat-like ears, triangular head

polar-serpent: [A Hero's Guide to Deadly Dragons by Hiccup Haddock III] white dragon with faint gray markings able to windsurf very fast across ice from Barbarian archipelago

poletake: ["Face To Face With Planet Scanodon" by Rocky Strone] nocturnal hive animal from Scandon

polip: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] polyp

poljska: [Croatian poljska ševa mondegreen] lark-like ornithoid from Adulala, moon of Fyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

pollard: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] hornless stag

pollarilla: [“Star Trek: The Future Begins” by Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman] arctic gorilla-like pongoid from Delta Vega

pollop: [Catalan poll-llop palindromic portmanteau] aka polop, louse-wolf, canine of canine-insectoid symbiot hunting in co-operative packs, see llopoll

polopony: ["The Honeymooners" polo pony] small equinoid

polutan: [The Howling Stones by Alan Dean Foster] short, cute biped with dark mournful eyes, ornate feathery crown of Parramat archipelago, Senisran

polyceratops: [“many-horned”, Monstrorum Historiae by Ulisse Aldrovandi] deer with foliage-like antlers

polytick: [politic mondegreen] tick-like insectoid parasitic gestalt

pom: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary, Pomeranian] small dog, see pug, pup, peke, feist

pomhopper: ["The Gungan Frontier" by Chris McCubbin] large-footed quadrupedal waterwalker

pomme panther: monstrous felinoid with green spots with flaming mouth and ears from heraldry

pongo: huge tiger seashark

ponik: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 12-meter, dark lake snake with humps, barbels from Lake Pohenegamook, Ontario

pontophoca: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] with praepusa, crytophoca, leptophoca, the first true seals from Miocene

ponyhopper: [“Protector II: The Aftermath” by Lil Prancer] macropodam equuinoid from Theramin

poochie: [“Lair of the Grimalkin” by G. H. Irwin] feathered serpent

poodle monkey: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Tales of Bas Sing Se”] poodle-like pongoid

poolic: land swamp-dweeing creature from KraShur (Krur III), Galaxiki galaxy

popper: [X-COM: Apocalypse] small, blue biped that explodes to attack

poppycock: rooster addicted to poppy seeds

poraquê: [River Monsters by Jeremy Wade] electric "eel" knifefish from Amazon

porca: [David Richards and Daniel Cohen in The Mammoth Book of Astounding Word Games] killer porcoid

porcabra: [Catalan porc-cabra portmanteau] pig-goat, horned, goateed porcoid

porcideer: [“Robot Hugs”] antlered porcupine

porcoq: [French porc-coq portmanteau] pig-rooster, griffinoid with wattle, beak, hooves and short, curly tail

porgy: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] fish, see scup

poro: [“The Pathways of Desire” by Ursula K. LeGuin] food animal from Yirdo

Poroccan oviparum: ["Flashback"] oviparous creature from Poroccus IV, Delta Quadrant

porpin: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] dolphin-like penguin

porpuss: [porpoise-puss portmanteau] small cetacean with catfish whisker-like barbels

portoileh: [heliotrope portoileh palindrome] pink creature

portschen: ["Investments" by Walter John Williams] food animal

posh horse: [“Feast Your Minds”] giant, long-legged horse

posset: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] marsupial rainforest pig

possum chicken: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Swamp”] griffinoid with possum’s face and prehensile tail, chicken’s stubby wings, taloned feet

postdater: [predater back-formation] prey evolved from predater

potak: ["Patrition"] dunghill ornithoid from Potak II, Delta Quadrant, noted for potable glandular secretions

potfish spider: [Genius Loci by Ben Aaronovitch] arachnoid from Jaiwan

potter: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] red-bellied terrapin, see slider

Potter moth: [Mothstorm by Philip Reeve] moth with loathsome, man-eating grubs from Luna (Sol IIIb)

pouch: [The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] aka saccosaur, fish-eating coelurosaur with pelican-like pouch, black-and-white striped tail, webbed feet, armflaps, in river, sea and swamp varieties

pougoowa: squid-like cephalopodan from Deepsea (Phoenix X), Galaxiki galaxy

poulechat: [Fren. polecat] chicken-cat

poulp: [Vingt Mille Liéues Sous les Mers by Jules Verne] 7-m long cuttlefish-like cephalopodan with 8 suckered tentacles, large green eyes, parrot-like beak

poulpe: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] octopus

poukui: [Maori] 140-kg flightless raptor, possibly same as Haast eagle, only predator of dinornis, from New Zealand

poulp: [Vingt Mille Lieues Sous les Mers by Jules Verne] 7-m long cuttlefish with 8 suckered tentacles, large green eyes, parrot-like beak

poultra: [“Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius” by John A. Davis and Steve Oedekerk] large 3-eyestalked chicken-like ornithoid from Yelkus

pouter: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] pigeon, see nun, barb, dove, roller

power-cat: [“Friday’s Child” by D. C. Fontana] brick-red, brown bear-sized felinoid with golden eyes, short tail, brown back spines, fast as cheetah, able to throw a 200-volt charge 6 meters, from Kohath (Capella (alpha Auriga) IV) system

praepusa: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] with pontophoca, crytophoca, leptophoca, the first true seals from Miocene

pranktail: [Terra Monster RPG] 2-tailed fox with pink and white tailtip, see foxpaw, from Terrarium

prantis: [praying mantis spoonerism] insectoid from Mei-Ying

praxa: [The Maracot Deep by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle] partially organic, partially gaseous greenish cloud with luminous core that eats eyes

prayery dog: [prairie dog pun] praying mantis-like burrowing canine

Prean snake: [Pre's esserp palindrome] esserp-like amphisbæna from Pre

predator: [“Fungi from Yuggoth” by Howard Phillips Lovecraft]magic-eatingfractal-dimensional like bundles of spiky stafts able to shoot tiny bolts of energy, minion of Yog-Sothoth

preducor: ["Ewoks" series] 4-m clawed quadruped with razor-sharp mane hair, long, spiked tail, glowing eyes, vestigial wings from moon of Endor I, Endor system, Jedi (IC 10) galaxy

preed: [Galaxiki RPG] stratosphere-dwelling star-shaped creature from Geosiaprime, Epheran system, Galaxiki galaxi

preposteros: [preposterous mondegreen] rhinoid with horned head-like tail

pressie: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] 23-meter, dark lake snake with barbels and fluke from Lake Superior, nr. Presque Island River

prickle snake: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Southern Air Temple”] serpentine with quills

prinscho: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] kite

printer: [Nick and the Glimmung by Philip K. Dick] creature from Plowman’s planet sought by the invisible Glimmung

prion: felinoid found in lides

priscileo: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] lion-like marsupial with huge stabbing lower canines and long blade-like cheek teeth from Miocene

pristichamps: crocodilian with serrated blade-like teeth from Paleocene

prober: [Worlds Apart: Nat. Hist. of Furaha and Earth by Souren Nyoroge] 1-m, yellow hexapod with club-like "arms", long jaws from Furaha (alpha Phoenicis IV)

proboscipede: akasclerorrhinus, “hard-nose”, includes tailjumper and tailhopper

proceratosaur: ["1st horned lizard", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 3-m, 250-kg horned coelurosaur with many curved teeth, snout crest from Middle Jurassic

procranioceras: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] dromomeryx with straight horns over eyes and curved horns behind ears

promerycochoerus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] semi-aquatic, pig-like oreodont with short legs and proboscis

prong: [pronghorn back-formation] ruminant noted for thin pointed pitchfork-like horns

prong-headed snake: ["Whooo-ooo Flupper!" by Nicholas Fisk] burrowing serpentine with prong-shaped head from Positos

pronghorn moose: [“Unification” by Rick Berman and Michael Pillar] moose-like ruminant with pronged horns, noted for loud, horrible call from Bardakia

pronglet: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] small pronghorn, Merriam's has fan-like horns from Miocene

propaleohopplophorus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] armadillo-like glyptodont from Miocene

prosansanosmilus: [After the Dinosaurs by Douglas R. Prothero] cat-like nimravid from Miocene

protarchaeopteryx: ["1st ancient wing", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 60-cm incisivosaur relative

prothylacynus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] wolf-like marsupial from Miocene

protoceras: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] artiodactyl with two short nose-horns and two short forehead-horns on males, distantly related to camel from Oligocene

protoceratops: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] ceratops with characteristic frill, relative of triceratops

protorohippus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] beagle-sized horse with four front and three hind toes from Ypresian age (early Eocene)

proty: pet telep polymorph of Chameleon Boy, devoted to Saturn Girl, died saving Lightning Lad

Prowdazan peacock: ["proud as a peacock" mondagreen] peacock-like ornithoid from Prowdaza

prowlgrin: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] sperm whale-like mount

pryligu: [Superman mythos] sea monster from Krypton, Rao system

psar: [raspberry yrreb psar palindrome] purplish pink yrreb

pseudailurus: [After the Dinosaurs by Douglas R. Prothero] first true cat from Miocene

pseudoduesp: [mynynym] duesp mimic

pseudo-rock: ["The Long Night" by John Christopher] ferrophagous creature, rock-like in nocturnal stste, otherwise spherical with retractable pseudopods, reand by fission

psittacosaur: [The Mistaken Extinction by Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe] aka "parrot-lizard", bipedal ceratops with characteristic beak

psomo: [“The Worm Turns” by Gregory Benford, Puffy Spheres of Malevolent Orange acronym] puffy orange spheroids from HD209458 system

ptang: ["Prince of Peril" by Otis Adelbert Kline] giant sloth-like creature with sharp, upcurved claws

pterodactyl: pterosaur that replaced long-tailed rhamporhynchus

pterosaur: ["winged lizard", Han Solo's Revenge by Brian Daley] carnivorous, flying dracoid of Ammudd, Jedi galaxy

ptitza: [zhar-ptitza mondegreen] ornithoid ancestral to zhar and zhar-ptitza (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

ptolemaia: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] wolf-sized predatory insectovore from Oligocene

ptuksit: [Delaware origin of "tuxedo"] round-footed wolf

puat: [taupe puat palindrome] dark grayish brown creature

puck: [paddling of ducks spoonerism, “A Daddling of Pucks”] small, cylindrically shellfish adapted to icy water

pudamef: [The Queen of Zambia by L. Sprague de Camp] 6-legged cold-adapted reptilian (see shan) of Krishna, tau Ceti system

pudamefling: [galaxiki.org] small pudamef-like creature from Rovarga, Gravor system, Galaxiki galaxy

pudding worm: [Mothstorm by Philip Reeve] raisin-like larval form of pudding bug which infests Christmas puddings and other desserts

puddlehound: [Germ. poodle] waterfowl-hunting dog

puf: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] louse

puffin: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sea bird from North

puffskein: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] custard-colored, furry, omnivorous spheroid with long thin tongue

puffworm: [Wyst: Alastor 1716 by Jack Vance] creature sold by vendors from Wyst

puggle: young platypus from Australia

pugot: headless head-hunting giganthropoid from Philippines

pugwis: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] ichthropoid from Puget Sound, possibly related to Thetis Lake monster

puli: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] dog from Hungary

pullmi-pushu: llama-like doublicaud with two tails and no heads

puma: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] mountain lion

pumaus: [German Puma-Maus portmanteau] cougar-mouse, large predatory rodentoid

pume: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] small sandpiper, see stint, knot

pumferno: [Outernauts RPG] purple felinoid with fiery tail and crest, and spiked, beaver-like tail

punkie: aka midge, no-see-’em, tiny gnat-like insect

punkin: ["Drop Dead" by Clifford Simak] small omnivore that makes unholy racket when hungry and always hungry from Polaris (alpha Ursa Minoris) system

punkle: [Hagerstown Mail] shellfish whose shells are polish by Umbopelanders with snallygaster hide

pup: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] young dog or seal

puppen: cutest, but deadly, teddy-bear-like creature ("Outlands" by Adam de la Peña)

purgatorius: [Purgatory Hill, MT] first primate

purple cow: [Gelett Burgess] mineral-deficient bovine from Florida State Nutrition Lab

purple frog: aka hasikabatrachus, burrowing frog with pointed snout

purrip: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] eyeless bat with facial ears

purrpetal: [Terra Monster RPG] felinoid with thorny-tipped tailtip, see dandylion and vioness, from Terrarium

pusghetti: [spaghetti spoonerism] long, thing worm fond of pus

pushmi-pullyu: [The Story of Dr. Doolittle by Hugh Lofting] shy horned doublivore like both gazelle and chamois, possibly related to llamall, see pullmi-pushu

pus hog: ["Projections" by Brannon Braga] disgusting creature partially domesticated by the Kazon, Delta Quadrant, or [galaxiki.org] wild variety from Sdrea, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

pussum: [puss-possum portmanteau] felinoid marsupial

pwee: [Monster Galaxy] green dracoid moga with pink star tuff from Pisces constellation

pwytyn-cwcwyddrywystrys: [Welsh] barnacle goose-like griffinoid ancestral to pug and cwcwyddrywystrys, with cwcwyddrywystrys and pug

Pychan space moth: ["Doctor's Orders" by] creature noted for its half-light-year migration

pyet: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] magpie, see mag(g), pie(t), piot, pyot

pygarg: [Dt. 14:5] deer-like ruminant

pyot: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] magpie, see mag(g), pie(t), piot, pyet

pyralli: [aka pyrotocone, Inventorum Natura by Pliny the Elder] dracoid with insectoidal wings that lives in and feeds on fire from Pyrallis Island

Pyrithian bat: ["Doctor's Order"] chiropteran from Pyrith

pyrolisk: [Monstrous Compendium, Vol. 1 by David Cook, etal.] cockatrice-like creature with red tail feathers, fire-starting gaze, enemy of phoenix

pyrothere: ["fire-beast", After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] small mastodon-like non-proboscidean marsupial from Chattian (late Oligocene), see flamebeast

pyrotocone: see pyralli

pyropod: [The Reefs of Space by Frederik Pohl and Jack Williamson] aggressive squid-like omnivore from the Reefs of Space

pysantilla: [The Dirdir, The Pnume by Jack Vance] dangerous creature of chasms on Sibol

pytheron: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] predatory seal-like rodent

Qara bat: [Azerbaijani qarabatdaq mondegreen] cheiropteran ancestral to daq and cormorant from Qara (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

Qatzan dog: ["cats and dogs" mondegreen] flying caninoid from Qatza (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

qefla: [Bloodthirst] aka Rigelian rat, cat-like rodentoid from Rigel (beta Orionis)

qilin: short-necked giraffe from China, see jraf

qilqmao: [milk cow spoonerism] bovinoid

qiqirn: [Inuit] large, mangy dog with hairy feet, ears, mouth and tailtip that induces fits from Arctic

qooqur: ["cook your goose" mondegreen] goose-like food ornithoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

quadribullus: [The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] sprintosaur with four-knobbed crest

quadrumanous: [Space Family Robinson: Lost in Space #54] 2.4-m tall pongoid with one eye, large mouth, shaggy brown hair, 3-toed feet and 4 arms from Alpha 34

quagga: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wild ass from Africa, see onager

quandary: [On Beyond Zebra by Dr. Seuss] double-crested football-shaped sea creature

Quarll's deer: reddish-brown fawn-like ruminant mammalian twice hare-size with goat-like face and feet from Quarll's Island, Pacific

quarm: [Edge Chronicles: “The Winter Knights”] tree-dweller with distinctive squeal [galaxiki.org] from Troctopia, Qujhtba system, Galaxiki galaxy

quarterpede: [Piers Anthony] five times as deadly as a nicklepede from Xanth

quata: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] spider monkey, see coaita, ateles

queel: [“Milk Run” by Robert Sheckley] small sheep adapted to hi-gee with oily, metallic wool from Tensis V, reproduce feemishly (like feems)

queetar: [The Perfect Planet by Edward Packard] web-footed creature from Utopa (Achnar V), Gallatin quadrant

quella: ["The First" by Peg Robinson] egg-layer from Shadrasi's world

quica: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] oppossum from S. America

quiffin: [Liselott and the Quiffin by Hans Peterson] flying llama from Scandinavia

quintaped: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] aka hairy macboon, large, hairy 5-legged carnivore from Isle of Drear

quintibullus: [quadribullus extrapolation] sprintosaur with five-knobbed crest

quirkat: [Terra Monster RPG] from Terrarium

quirl: see couerl

quorl: [Trullion: Alastor 2262 by Jack Vance] beach mollusk

qupine: [torqupine back-formation] winged bull-like pegasoid

qurtuoise: [turquoise spoonerism] turquoise creature

quskuns: [Azerbaijani qus-skuns portmanteau] bird-skunk, ornithoid noted for malodorous aerial spray

qwhale: [quail-whale portmanteau] huge penguin-like triphibian with mottled brown makings and short tail

qyoob: [“The Ecology of the Gelatinous Cube” by Ed Greenwood] aka gelatinous cube, 9-cubic meter, transparent omnivore that paralyzes with electric shock, reand by budding small snub cubes, adapted to dungeons from gelatinous non-cube, so-called from its cry

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ra: [burra mondegreen] lavender lungfish (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

raad: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] thunderfish

raafuut: [Dutch raaf-fuut portmanteau] raven-grebe, ornithoid

raänid: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] spider

ra nifid: [Planiverse by Alexander Dewdney] bidimensional sea animal from Arde, Shems system

rab: [barn rab palindrome] barn red owl-like ornithoid, related to ib rab

rabbiroo: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “Tales of Ba Sing Se”] rabbit-headed kangaroo with multiple births in pouch

rabboon: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] tyrannosauroid baboon

rabbuck: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] giant, hoofed deer-like rabbit in running and hopping varieties, including strank, watoo and picktooth

rac: [carnation Oitan rac palindrome] pink ornithoid from Oitan, in nim rac, ailen rac, anilo rac, and or rac varieties

racer: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] black snake

rackabore: [museumofhoaxes.com by Alex Boese] mountain goat-like porcoid in rightward and leftward varieties like sidehill gouger, see javelina

racket: [Terra Monster RPG] see ratchet and racruel, from Terrarium

rackleg: [City of the Chasch by Jack Vance] dangerous jungle creature able to merge with shadows from Shattorak

racruel: [Terra Monster RPG] large, green and black forest-dwelling fruit-eater, see racket and ractchet. from Terrarium

raddler: [raddle rattler portmanteau] red ocher rattlesnake, see ruddler

radiation dog: radioactive canine (Appointment with F. E. A. R. by Steve Jackson)

radinskya: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] most primitive perissodactyl (horse, rhino, tapir ancestor) from Paleocene

radiojack: [Monster Galaxy] moga with large, batwing ears, smaller back wings, arrowhead-tipped tail from Leo constellation

radiolarium: [The Challenger Radiolaria by Ernest Haeckel] polyhedral creatures with pseudopods at vertices

radiovore: [“Just Deserts” by Michael Jan Friedman] radiation-eating creature that visited Utalabria

radnim: [mindaro radnim palindrome] pale chartreuse creature

radon: [(pte)ra(no)don, aka Rodan] 100-tonne dracoid with 150-m wingspan, chest spikes, able to fly at supersonic speeds, feeds on 6-m long insects

raep: [pearl raep palindrome] pale pinkish off-white creature

raft: ["Grandpa" by James Schmitz] broad, green, leathery hat-shaped with pineapple-like center and stinging ribbon-like tentacles, armor-plated "head", long kinky leafless vines, red buds, short thick paddle-like leaves, slimy nettle-streamers from Sutang

ragdoll: limp, pain-insensitive cat

ragewyrm: blue, quadrupedal dracoid with white wings and underbelly, see snowyrm, from Terrarium (Terra Monsters RPG)

ragoji: food animal (Star Trek: The Next Generation: Dragon's Honor by Kij Johnson and Greg Cox)

rahc: [charm rahc palindrome] charm pink creature

rahgid: food animal (Star Trek: The Next Generation: Dragon's Honor by Kij Johnson and Greg Cox)

rahonorvis: [A Field Guide to Dinosaurs by Henry Gee and Luis V. Rey] bird-like dromaeosaur

raidybug: [rash of ladybugs spoonerism, “A Lash of Raidybugs”] lash-dwelling dustmite-like insectoid

rail: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] marshbird, wading bird, see ibis, crane, egret, heron, stilt, avocet, avoset, jacana, flamingo

rainbird: [Stations of the Tide by Michael Swanwick] lowtide whose high-tide form is the sparrowfish dimorph from Miranda, Prospero system

rainbow beast: ["The Rainbow Beast" by Bill Finger] large, multicolored anthropoid able to burn, freeze, 2-dimensionalize and mistify

rainbow lizard: [The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] see kakuru

rainbow squid: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] long-lived 40-m flish-eating cephalopodan

rainburn: [Monster Galaxy] black dracoid moga with long rainbow tail, feathery wings from Ares constellation

raindeer: [Piers Anthony] horned quadruped with personal storm cloud from Xanth

rakazzak: [“Ewoks” series] 3-m tall arachnoid steed from Endor I’s moon, Jedi galaxy

rakrab: [Czech rak-krab portmanteau] crayfish-crab, amphibious crustacean

Rak's deer: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] dromomeryx with nearly semi-circular horns

rallod: [dollar bill ib rallod palindrome] green ib

rammerhorn: [The Face of the Waters by Robert Silverberg] top predator -- with drakken -- from the waterworld Hydros

Rammin dog: [Contacting Aliens illustrated by Kevin Lenagh] bushy-tailed, two-toed biped with trunk-like "head" from Ramm

rampant: [Code Lyoko] aka creeper, anthropoid with mechanical snake-like tail, 2 pulling legs, large mouthflap and laser eye gengineered by Xana

ramph: ["Prince of Peril" by Otis Adelbert Kline] great, hairless, green scaly bear-like creature with greenish-yellow underbelly from Zarovia (Venus (Sol II))

ramt: [nightmare ramt hgin palindrome, galaxiki.org] hgin predator from Acgaqa, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system

ranac: [canary ranac palindrome] yellow creature

rancor: [Star War VI: Return of the Jedi by James Kahn] fierce, solitary 5-m carnivorous biped sauroid with sharp and long claws, arms, fangs from Jedi galaxy

rangakoo: [kangaroo spoonerism] macropodan with chime-like call and backpouch

ranine: [umbranine mondegreen] creature ancestral to umbranine (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

Rannian sea serpent: ["The Beast With the Sizzling Blue Eyes" by Gardner Fox] two-headed sea serpent with sizzling blue eyes from Rann, alpha Centauri system

rapierfish: [swordfish extrapolation] ichthyoid with rapier-like snout from Atnam, moon of Tamanta, Stamanta system, Galaxiki galaxy

rapide: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] cheetah-like predatory rodent

rapsecap: [Crayola, Deep Space Sparkle elk rapsecap speed palindrome] fast-elk-like metallic-colored ruminant

raptortongue: [A Hero's Guide to Deadly Dragons by Hiccup Haddock III] dragon able to camouflage and flatten itself into near invisibility in crevices from Barbarian archipelago

raptor-wolf: ["Oil and Water" by Robert T. Jerschonek] winged warg from Rigel system

rarnsuk: aka stone-monster [Dudekors] suk that turns to stone upon exposure to sunlight

rarref: [Ferrari rarref palindrome] red creature

rasher: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] rockfish, see tambor

raskadik: [Arthur Porges] wildcat-like carnivore with quills, large tender nose from Faraday 4 Ceti system

rasse: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] wild mountain sheep from Asia, see sha, sna, urial, bharal, nahoor, oorial, argali

rast: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] dog-sized, blood-sucking creature with 14 or more brown spidery legs with rust-red claws, large rust-colored head like snake, vulture and goblin, paralyzing gaze, able to use only 4 claws at a time or [galaxiki.org] from Sdrea, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

rastipod: [“Progress” by Peter Allan Fields] rast-footed carnivore variety or more graceful herbivorous variety from Bajor

Rat: see Dragon

ratbird: [Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] small, flying scavenger rodent from sky pirate ships, related to snicket

ratchet: [Terra Monster RPG] black, gray and green appleseed-eating biped with bushy tail, see racket and racruel, from Terrarium

rat-dog: [Briefing for A Descent into Hell by Doris Lessing] brown caninoid with monkey-like head, long, scaly rat-like tail, poor sight, communicating in barks and whistles, females with scarlet-edged genital markings from Watkinsland, Latin America

ratel: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] honey badger

rath: [Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll] green porcoid that makes a noice between a bellow and whistle with sneeze in middle

ratite: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] ostrich-like bird, see em(e)u

rat-mule: creature like both rat and mule from Cardassia [Treks Not Taken: "One Beamed on the Cuckold's Nest" by Steve R. Boydett]

ratsum: [mustard ratsum palindrome] yellowish creature

rattenkaiser: ["rat-king"] rodentian gestalt from Epajaenda ("Last Rites" by Marc Platt)

rattleback: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] rodent with flameproof armored matted-hair plates and sidequills that feeds on fire-cooked carakiller eggs

rattler: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] rattlesnake, see crotalus

rattus: [OviPets] egg-laying rodentoid

ratwa: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] deer, see muntjac, kakar

raulicaucis: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] 3.6-m pack predatory quadruped on Palul (Lar Don) the Dinosaur Planet

rauracki: [museumofhoaxes.com by Alex Boese] wolpertinger from Thuringia

ravene: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] fox-like predatory rodent

ravid: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] 2.1-meter, whitish-violet, levitating serpentoid with small arm behind head with claw whose touch can animate inanimate and energize (or overenergize) animate from Positive Energy Plane

ravin: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] prey

raw: ["Rawhide"] host creature of immortal hide-like symbiot

rayl: [Captain's Peril by William Shatner] eel-like ichthyoid with 6 arms, sharp teeth and spikes from Bajor or from Atnam, moon of Tamanta, Stamanta system, Galaxiki galaxy

ray-rat: ["Lost Sorceress of the Silent Citadel" by Michael Moorcock] rat-like and ray-like amphibian from Mars (Sol IV)

razorback pig: [Piers Anthony] porcoid with razor-sharp back spines from Xanth

razor-bat: ["Guest of Honor" by Robert Reed] razor-winged chiropteran from Erindi III

razorbeast: [“Rascals” by Ward and Diana Dru Botsford and Michael Pillar , “Imaginary Friend” by Jean Louise Matthias, Ronald Wilkerson and Richard Filegel] huge, brown-furred creature with large spiny wings noted for jumping from Tarkass

razzib: [Crayola, blizzard razzib palindrome] pale greenish-blue creature

rea: [aero rea palindrome] aero blue creature

re’em: [Num. 23:22, 24:8, Dt. 33:71, Job 39:9, Ps. 22:2, 24:6, Isa. 34:7] one-horned auroch, see unicorn

real: [Catalan ànec real mondegreen] mallard duck-like ornithoid ancestral to duck and mallard (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

reaper: [X-COM: UFO Defense] large, ferocious, brown-furred biped

reason stealer: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] maddening ooze

rebeci: [iceberg rebeci palindrome] pale blue creature

rebmit: [timberwolf low rebmit palindrome] pale gray creature, in high and low varieties

rebye: [Crayon cyber grape pargrebye palindrome] parg variant

Rectilian vulture: ["Phage" by Skye Dent and Brannon Braga] vulture-like ornithoid from Rectil, Delta Quadrant

Rectyne monopod: [“The Icarus Factor” by David Assael] 2-tonne one-footed creature

red eel: [The Maracot Deep by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle] poisonous eel

reed-eel: [Edge Chronicles: “Midnight Over Sanctaphrax” by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell] thin, green reed-like eel with yellow eyes and flower-likesucker-tip

reedstilt: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] large horse-like, fish-eating mammal with elongated neck, sharp teeth, slender hairy heron-like legs

reef glider: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] bulbous, teardrop-shaped algae-eater with long tongue, 6 flippers, colorful gill-tail, compound eyestalks and scent-detecting rhinophores

reesn: very good food newt from Lestonian Lushland (Edonian cluster V), Galaxiki galaxy

ree(ve): [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sandpiper, see ruff, stib, stint

ref: [fern ref palindrome] greenish plantimal

regoniosu: park-hunting pedatory ornithoid from Betonia (Edonian cluster V), Galaxiki galaxy

rehtou: [Southern rehtou portmanteau] rehtron-like creature from northern hemisphere

rehtron: [Northern rehtron portmanteau] rehtou-like creature from southern hemisphere

re(i)na: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] rockfish from California

rekab: [Baker-Miller ellim rekeb palindrome] pink ellim predator, see uahc

relevant: [Piers Anthony] large, gray-skinned creature with trunk-like legs, long nose and insatiable curiosity from Xanth

relwarct: [relwarct hgin nightcrawler palindrome, galaxiki.org] nocturnal predator from Acgaqa, moon of Phyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy

remora: [Dreadnaught] suckerfish-like from Proxima (beta Centauri) system or [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] shark parasite, see pega, lootsman

remorhaz: [Age of Worms Overlord by Erik Mona] 6-meter, bluish-white segmented snowworm with many long legs, webbed spines like cobra’s fan, 2 glowing-red heat-radiating lumps-per-segment, 4 antennae

remuda: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] fresh saddle horse

ren: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] reindeer

renar: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] fox

render: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] 2.7-m swamp-dweller with short tail, 6 eyes, gray clay-like hide, that reand by budding, but carries young in pouch, adopts other creatures whose enemies it renders and eats

renic: [cinereous uoe renic palindrome] brownish gray uoe

rep: [Peru rep palindrome, per- mondegreens ] see ffoc, talocohc, odi, niwi from Ommi system (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot, The Xoo Book, Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

reptarapter: [mynynym] rapter from Repta (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide, First Kingdom comics)

reptile bird: [Avatar: The Last Airbender: “The Waterbending Scroll”] green, basilisk-like lizard with parrot-like beak and tail, backspines, clawed wing-hands

reptile-bird: see tinshemet, archaeopteryx

reptilicus: [Reptilicus by Dean Owen] 30-m long, snake-like creature with armored plates, 2 vestigial hands, wings, able to spit green poison

resal: [Crayola laser lemon omelresal palindrome] florescent yellow omel

resed: [desert reset palindrome] desert brown creature, see nast

Resnan goose: [Anser resna palindrome] goose-like ornithoid from Resna

reta: [reta egg-eater palindrome] egg-layer

retantos: food rodentoid from Gizmonian Steepes (Edonian cluster II), Galaxiki galaxy

retaw: [waterspout Uop's retaw palindrome] bluish green creature

retsa: [pl. retsae, Eastern retsae portmanteau] retsew-like creature from west

retsew: [Western retsew portmanteau] retsa-like creature from east

rettab: [“batter-fried eirf-rettab”, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] food animal related to eirf from Pharr, Farpt system, Galaxiki galaxy

rettalf: [flattery rettalf palindrome] brown creature

revavuaa: [The Howling Stones by Alan Dean Foster] purple ichthyoid with feathery gill from Parramat archipelago, Senisran

revil: [liver revil, silver revils palindromes] brown or metallic gray creature

rex: cat with sparse, short, wavy fur

rhadari: [Kane’s world series by Edward Powys Bradbury (Michael Moorcock)] 1.8-m tall, 3.6-m long carnivore with wide toothy mouth, claws, viscous crystalline “flesh”

rhamphorynchus: pterosaur replace by pterodactyl

rhea: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] ostrich from America

r(h)eebok: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] see peele

rhedosaur: ["The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms"] 15-m tall quadrupedal amphibian with toxic blood

rhen: [wren-hen portmanteau] small brownish singing ornithoid with rounded wings, slender bill short tail

rhesus: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] bruh, macaque

rheti: [Kane’s world series by Edward Powys Bradbury (Michael Moorcock)] rodentoid the size of a half-grown elephant

rhiniciris: four-eyed rhinoid

rhinocéras-coléoptére: [Another World by Jean-Ignace-Isidore Gérard] rhinoceras-beetle, rhinoid with insectoid legs and carapace

rhinoceros beetle: [Piers Anthony] giant bulldozer-like insect from Xanth

rhinograde: [The Snouters by Hal Stümpke] shrew-like mammals with specially adapted noses from Hi-Iay Islands destroyed by accidental A-bomb

rhinokey: [Wuz series by Douglas Hutchison] creature both rhinoceros-like and monkey-like

rhiyew: [Terra Monster RPG] larger variety of shino with backspikes from Terrarium

rhoceras: [rhinoceras spoonerism] rhinoid with rho-shaped nose-horn

rhodsaur: [galaxiki.org] large dinosauroid from Nytrino, Locomoto system, Galaxiki galaxy

Rhulian flu virus: [Infection] gengineered virus that causes Rhulian influenza, deadly to Archarians, Terok Nor, Bejorans, Romulans and Helenans

riah: [“Hairy Riah”] hairy amphisbæna

riava: [“riava caviar”, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] ichthyoid noted for edible eggs

ribbonfish: [Piers Anthony] very wide, flat eel-like fish that captures by scooping and sliding along its length from Xanth

ribe: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] lean animal from Scotland, see scrag

rid: [Crayola dirt rid palindrome] dirt brown creature

ridgeback: [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newton Artemis Fido Scamander] large mammal-eating, black dragon with bronze horns, but unlike horntail venomous, from Norway

riding croc: [riding crop pun, "The Blue Giraffe" by L. Sprague de Camp] mutant long-legged crocodilian

Rigelian anteater: ["Collection Team" by Robert Silverberg] smelly anteater-like creature with unmusical honking/bleating from Rigel (beta Orionis) system

rigfrid: lemur-like creature with ed stripe andlarge ears from Relegooturnia (Phoenix IV), Galaxiki galaxy

rihppa: [sapphire rihppas palindrome] sapphire blue creature

rilf: [flirt rilf palindrome] purplish creature

rillan: [Dictionaria Vulcaniana] source of fat used in ancient rumarie ritual from T’Khasi, Nevasa (40 Eridani) system

rimi: [Unexplained! by Jerome Clark] Babylonian auroch

rinchenia: [Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 2.5-m clam-cracking oviraptorosaur with large crest

ringdocus: aka skunka warakin, hyena-like wild dog, possibly related to boraphage or thylacine, from Great Plains, see boraphage and thylacine

riot: see venom

ripsnorter: [Davy Crockett] creature like bear that rips and snorts

rised: [desire resed palindrome] desire red creature

ritoodolorum: [First Lensman by E. E. Smith] ferocious 6-legged tiger-like felinoid from Aldebaran (alpha Tauri) II

riuschiz: [Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua Ignota] vulture

river devil: [The Legend of Zelda II] large spider from Hyrule

rizia: [Italian pigrizia mondegreen] pig-sloth ancestral to pig and sloth (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

rnalixis: [Continuum RPG] flying, 3-meter, 4-eyed eel-like dracoid from Ral'xi Sea, Antrxzs, Andromede, red giant star system

ro: [oro ro palindrome] golden creature from Spain or [garro mondegreen] gray-green thrust-woodcock-like ornithoid (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

roa: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] kiwi

roachcutter: [The Future Is Wild by Dougal Dixon] turret-eyed, short-winged, forest-dwelling insectivorous flutterbird

roachster: see kankrelat

roadkill: ["Uncharted Territory" by Connie Willis] extraordinarily sedentary creature from Boohte

roan: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] white-flecked horse, see bay

roara prawn: [Peter MacInnis] land amphipod that lays eggs in river, feeds on sinking duck feathers of Finnegan’s Lake, Big Ugly Island, so-called from its mating call “Roara!”

roargilla: [gorilla spoonerism] large ichthyoid with lion-like roar

roarstache: [Monster Galaxy] shaggy, golden leonine moga with santa-like beard from Leo constellation

robber-fly: [Piers Anthony] packrat-like insect able to lift many times their own weight from Xanth

robinsect: [robin-insect portmanteau] large beaked, red-breasted insectoid

Robinson spider: [Spider Robinson back-formation] spider from Robinson’s world

robo-beast: [Superhero City] cyberneticized beast used by Zigonians

robsniag: [Gainsboro robsniag palindrome] gray creature

roc: [corn roc palindrome] yellow giant ornithoid, see avod, enroc, ewol'n, lis'n, rokh

rociraptor: [atrociraptor mondegreen] light brown roc-like dromaeosaur (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

rockadillo: [Mad Magazine: "Woodlore"] "mock rock", armadillo with rock-like backshell

rock breaker: rockeater with snaggle-toothed funnel-snout ["The Headhunter" by Klaus Fischer]

rock crab: [GreenSpace] conical rock-mimicking crab-like scavenger that hide behind each other like hidebehind

rock eel: ["The Lonely Time" by Andreas Findig] waterfall-dwelling eel from Orllyndie

rockfish: magma-dwelling game animal ("Rockfish" by Tim Miller and Jeremy Cook, Paul Talor, Chuck Wojthiewicz)

rock hound: [Piers Anthony] dog made of living stone from Xanth

rock lion: ["Our Man in Space" by Kurt Mahr] predatory felinoid from Gankar

rock mussel: ["The Planet-lock" by Marianne Sydow] mollusc whose shell is used for knife blades from Guhmo (Nurshug IV), Black galaxy

rock-rack: [Throy by Jack Vance] edible ichthyoid from Throy

rock rat: ["The Arkonide and the Ruler" by H. G. Francis] 15-cm, dangerous pack animal with dense, dark brown fur, large spherical head from Säggallo

rocking-horse fly: [Through the Looking-glass and What Alice Found There by Lewis Carroll] wooden insect that swings between branches feeding on sawdust and sap from Looking-glass world

rod: see skyfish

rodhocetus: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] dolphin-like whale ancestor related to dalanistes and takracetus

rojam: [Majorelle rojam palindrome] blue creature

rojjer: [Buck Rogers mondegeen] predator of male deer that rojjs

rokh: [Sindbad] giant bird, said to feed elephants and rhinos to young, see roc

rokna tree fungus: ["Ewoks" series] blue fungus on rokna trees that causes amnesia and rapid aging from Endor I's moon, Jedi galaxy

rolg'n: [crimson glory rolg'n osmirc palindrome] osmirc variant

roller: [Major Operation by James White] hermaphroditic, xenophilic waterworm without heart that must roll to circulate blood or [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] pigeon, see nun, barb, dove, pouter

rolmtrokl: [The Spawn of Fashün by Kirby Lee Davis] creature from Boosboodle

roly-poly: aka pillbug, roly-poly, slater, sowbug, wood louse that moves by curling and rolling

romanticore: [Godville, romantic manticore portmanteau] manticore with lion-like body, scorpion tail and romance-craving heart

rompo: [Here Be Monsters almanac] creature with rabbit-like head, strange ears, thin body, powerful badger or bear-like arms

Roncadorian hummingbird: [The Green Child by Herbert Read] hummingbird found in Roncador, S. America

rondor: ["The Super-Revenge of the Phantom Zone Prisoner" by Edmond Hamilton] unicorn-like creature from Krypton, Rao system

ronto: [“The Gungan Frontier” by Chris McCubbin] quadruped noted for humped neck and sidebeards from Tatooine, Jedi galaxy

roo: [OviPets] egg-laying macropodan

roobee: ["Galaxy Quest: A New Adventure" by Tony Lee Healey] ruby-like insectoid

roofhound: [Russian wolfhound spoonerism] stegosaur-like caninoid from Wussia system

roof lizard: see stegosaur

roogie: [Space: 1889 RPG] ravenous predator from Mars (Sol IV)

roonat: [The Courtship of Princess Leia] rodentoid from Jedi galaxy

roosteer: [rooster-steer portmanteau] griffinoid with four hoofed feet, beak, comb, horns and feathered head and neck

rootsucker: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] burrowing rodent with compressed-hair shell and faceplate

ropen: pterosauroid with green hair on head, black or brown hide that eats clams, fish, corpses from Vaboi I., New Guinea, see duan

roper: [“The Ecology of the Roper” by Jonathan M. Richards] gray rope-like stalactite-mimic, related to darkmantle, piercer and lou carcolh

ropesnake: [Starman Jones by Robert Heinlein] rope-like serpentinoid from Charity

rork: [Rork! by Avram Davidson] monstrous, elusive feeder on valuable redwing plant

rorse: [riding horse spoonerism] solitary equinoid noted for its roar

rortoise: [rockery of tortoises spoonerism, “A Tockery of Rortoises”] tail-wagging, roaring, carapaced amphibians

ros: [Danish hvalros, German Walross-Wal back-formation] aka roß, walrus-whale, amphibious cetacean with tusks and whiskers, ancestral to whale and walrus

rosip: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] toad, see bufod

rosselbock: [museumofhoaxes.com by Alex Boese] jackalope-like wolpertinger from N. Hessia

rosso: [Italian pesce rosso mondegreen] ichthyoid ancestral to fish and goldfish from Atnam, moon of Tamanta, Stamanta system, Galaxiki galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

rot: [aetrot mondegreen] fire-breating bluish-green equinoid (TheLife and Times of Isabella Feghoot)

Rotagillan alligator: [mynynym] reptilian amphibious predator with rotating gills from Rotagilla peninsula, Snowi, Nejstea system, Galaxiki galaxy

rotargim: [“Migratory Rotargim”] ornithopteryx predator of gnitargim

rotader: [rotader predator palindrome] prey animal that rotades

rotini worm: [Flonk News: “A ‘Rotini Worm’ Fossil on Mars?”] worm from Mars (Sol IV)

rotstsud: [dust storm rotstsud palindrome] pinkish gray creature

rottee: [rotter back-formation] sea bottom-dwelling prey of rotters from Snobaal, Laabon system, Galaxiki system

rotter: [romp of otters spoonerism, “An Omp of Rotters”] maloderous bottom-feeding aquatic mammaloid

rou: [tamarou mondegreen] creature ancestral to tama and rouglar (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

rouge: [French poisson rouge mondegreen] ichthyoid ancestral to goldfish (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

rouglar: [The Galactic Gourmet by James White] big, slow, stupid, nearly extinct ruminant from Wemar

rove: ["The Star Bastard" by Robert Feldhoff] pollen-eating, beetle-like insectoid from Creiff

rover: [The Legend of Zelda] see shabom, tornade, shabom

rovi: [ivory rovi palindrome] off-white creature

rowhcni: [Crayola inchworm palindrome] greenish creature

rown: [red-brown spoonerism] bread-eating reddish-brown urban creature

rro: [Albanian rrodhen mondegreen] deer-rrodhen, blood-sucking, wooly, antlered ruminant, ancestral to deer and rrodhen from Woolarra III, Galaxiki galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

rrodhen: [Albanian rrodhe-dhen portmanteau] leech-sheep, blood-sucking, wooly mammal from Woolarra III, Galaxiki

ru: [buru mondegreen] lavender crocodilian (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

Ruan snake: [Rua lab balaur palindrome] balaur-like amphisbæna from Rua laboratory

rubbish bird: see liar bird

ruasosaur: [mynynym] dinosaur-like creature from Ruasus system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

rubua: [auburn rubua palindrome] reddish brown creature

rubusaur: ["bramblebush-lizard", The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] aka bricket

ruda: [garuda mondegreen] large gray-green eagle (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

ruddler: [ruddle rattler portmanteau] red ocher aquatic rattlesnake

rudimimus: [garudimimus mondegreen] gray-green toothless dinosaur (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

rudistid: toilet-shaped reef-forming bivalve with inverted conical bottom and hinged lid from Cretaceous

ruff: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sandpiper, see ree(ve), stib, stint

rugfish: [Big World by Jack Vance] ichthyoid whose skin is used for sandal leather

rugkatt: [Swedish] Siberian forest cat

rukh: [1001Arabian Nights] huge bird with 2 horns, 4 back humps, feeds elephants to its young

rumblesnout: [Trullion: Alastor 2262 by Jack Vance] bugsucker from Trullion

rumpifusel: thin, furry arboreal creature like fur scarf, but dangerous when disturbed, from North Woods

rundihorn: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] gi antelope-like rhinoid with 4 conical horns

rusa: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] deer or elk from India, see sambar, maha

rust monster: [“The ecology of the Rust Monster” by Ed Greenwood] 1.5-m rust-colored cave-dwelling crustacean with yellowish-tan underbelly, prehensile antennae that instantly oxidize iron, gold or silver, propeller-tail, sometimes in symbiotic relation with carrion crawler

ruuk: see drushbar

ruumet breehr: [Space: 1889 RPG] large, but gentle, beast of burden from Mars (Sol IV)

ruvf: [“The Altar of Redemption” by Anne Laurie Logan] roaring felininoid(?) of the jauneans

ruza: [azure ruza palindrome] azure blue creature

rybyka: [Belarussian byry-ryka portmanteau] fish-bull, horned amphibian from Akyby, Rybyka system, Galaxiki galaxy

rycrit: [Star Wars Sourcebook by Bill Slavicsek and Curtis Smith] bovine from Ryloth, Jedi galaxy

rykor: [Barsoom series by Edgar Rice Burroughs] hedless humanoid used as steed by Kaldane from Mars (Sol IV)

rype: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] ptarmigan

ryth: [Tanar of Pellucidar by Edgar Rice Burroughs] Amiocap Island cave bear

ryu: [Japanese] triphibious dragon

s’ris: [Double, Double by Michael Jan Friedman] tentacled, soft, poisonous den-dwelling creature from Tranquility 7, gamma Theta system

sa: [ash sa palindrome] ash gray creature

sabalo: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] milkfish, see awa

sabrefish: [swordfish extrapolation] ichthyoid with sabre-like snout from Akyby, Rybyka system, Galaxiki galaxy

sabre-tooth sand crab: [Starcross by Philip Reeve] from Mars (Sol IV)

sabre-tooth squirrel: (Ice Age)

saccosaur: [The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] see pouch

sackbut swan: [trumpet swan back-formation] trombone swan-like ornithoid with sackbut-like call

Sadalsuudian moth: [“Intelligent Life Elsewhere” by Stephen Bowkett] furry, sparrow-sized moth with blackberry-like eyes from Sadalsaad (beta Aquarii) system

safat: [Dragons, Unicorns and Other Magical Beasts by Robin Palmer] ever-flying bird, whose eggshell induces madness

sagayl: [Armenian sag-gayl portmanteau] goose-wolf, pack-hunting, predatory winged caninoid

sagsār: [Mahābhārata] 8-legged deer-like mountain-dweller

saguin: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] monkey from S. America

sai: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] capuchin monkey, see marmoset, lar

saia-wip: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] kai-wip relative from Emeris, Sheel-Sen system

sailor: [“The Winged Dreamers” by Jennifer Guttridge] furry brown sausage with bright amber eyes, flat furry face, 3-clawed toe per foot from Durban’s world

sa(i)miri: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] monkey from S. America

sajou: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] monkey from S. America

saki: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] monkey from S. America

saku: ["The Web" by Michaelle Stern] flying creature with oval ring body, builds mulch nests in caves

saladang: see sladang

salamander: [Here Be Monsters, Paracelsus] unstable lizard-like creature of living flame whose shed skin becomes coal, related to semi-stable efreet

saligugi: [Cherokee Tsalagi] snapping turtle

salika: [The Perfect Planet by Edward Packard] unicorn from Utopa (Anchar V), Gallatin quadrant

sallur: [Planiverse by Alexander Dewdney] see ra sallur

salm: [Fr. Johann Martin Schleyer's Volapük] salmon

saloli: [Cherokee Tsalagi] squirrel

salor: [Monster Manual by Skip Williams, etal.] illithidae variant

salp: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] small marine animal

salpinx: [trumpet swan back-formation] ivory-colored trumpeter swan-like ornithoid with salpinx-like call

saltik: [czasaltik mondegreen] insectovore (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

saltimbocca: schmoo-like creature

Salvanese gecko: [Encyclopedia Galactica] geckoid from Salvan

samad: [damask samad palindrome] flamingoid

samari panther: see sinha

sambar: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] elk from India, see maha, rusa

samjogo: [“Three-Legged Bird to replace Phoenix on State Seal”] 3-legged bird from Korea

samorael: [“at times emit tastable aromas” palindrome, Jeff Grant, Word Ways] unusual chiropteran that emits stable aromas rather than ultrasound

samothere: [After the Dinosaurs by Donald R. Prothero] giraffe relative with shorter neck, longer horns

Sanan duck: [Anas sana palindrome] duck-like ornithoid from Sana

sandbat: ["The Empath" by Joyce Muskat] predator that appears as inanimate rock crystals until it attacks from Manark IV

sandeater: ["The Curse of the Microcosm" by Conrad Shepherd] desert creature from Duofftrie microcosm

Sanderson’s crab: [“A Walk in the Dark” by Arthur C. Clarke] crustacean known by the clicking of its claws, feeds on rock not actually greenhorns from beyond Carver’s Pass, Sanderson’s world, near Canopus in Carina

sand flapjack: [After Man by Dougal Dixon] flat-tailed rodent with dew-condensing stone-and-twig burrow plug

sandking: ["Sandkings" by Melinda Snodgrass] scorpion-like creature from Mars

sandle: [The New Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon] red, burrowing, desert fususaur with black stripes, white underbelly and paralyzing saliva

sandman: [Piers Anthony] shape-shifting living sand able to assume humanoid and other shapes and induce sleepiness from Xanth

sand shark: [“The Invisible Enemy” by Jerry Sohl] sand-dwelling predator that tracks prey by sound from Mars (Sol IV)

sand sloth: ["Droids" series] rhino-like, muskox-like beast of burden from Annoo, Jedi galaxy

sand toad: from New Caledonia ("Ligdon and the Young Pretender" by Walter Jon Williams)

sandwalker: giant, camel-eating, nocturnal crustacean with sharp beak and scorpion-like tail

sang: [Danish sanglærke mondegreen] lark-like ornithoid from Aduala, moon of Fyver, Neccobit's system, Galaxiki galaxy (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

sao: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sea worm, see lurg, nereis

saor: [“roast saor”, Koobkooc’s Cookbook] food ornithoid related to tsaorto, from Roa, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

sapajou: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] monkey from S. America

sapeornis: [Society for Avian Paleontology and Evolution bird, Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] bird with 1-m wingspan but no sternum from Cretaceous

Sapidian snake: [Sapid’s dipsas palindrome] dipsas-like amphisbæna from Sapid, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

sapo: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] toadfish

sapo de loma: [”toad of the hills”] deadly poisonous bird-eating batrachian of Andes Mts.

Sapontian basilisk: ["The Emperor and the Maula" by Robert Silverberg] basilisk-like creature from Sapont I., Sea of Miaule, Grand Binella, Ansaar empire

sapress: [Terra Monster RPG] from Terrarium

sar: [dabbē-i-chahār-sar mondegreen] creature ancestral to dabbē-i-chahār and dabbē-i-chahār-sar (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

sardine: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] young pogy or menhaden fish, see fumado, pilchard

sardula: [Kesava temple, Somnathpur] horned leonine from Aludra, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

sardzi: [Armenian sard-dzi portmanteau] spider-horse, 8-legged equinoid from Izdra, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

sarg: [grassland Nal's sarg, Grasslan Nal's sarg palindromes] grassland ruminant from Grassla, Nal's system (Ed Iugrat's Star Guide)

Sargasso sea monster: [“Creature of the Sargasso Sea”, Boris Karloff’s Tales of Mystery #29] 20-m one-eyed seaweed cephalopodan animated by meteorite

sark: ["Pen Pals" by Melinda M. Snodgrass] Klingon steed from Qonos

sarkastodon: see creodont

sarlacc: [“Return of the Jedi” by Lawrence Kasdan and George Lucas] undersand-dwelling 30-m carnivore with many feeding tentacles around its 2.4-m mouth

sarmus: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] jellyfish-like relative of egassa sarphagum from Dakka, Neptune system or Sumra, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

sarsaok: see hadhayosh, from [Koasra's sarsaok palindrome] Koasra, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

sargan: [Warrior of Llarn, Theif of Llarn by Gardner F. Fox] sharp-clawed, half-tonne, white furball from Llarn

sarecoceras: [mynynym] deer-like ruminant with sarex-shaped horns

sasquatch: [Monster Spotter's Guide to North America by Scott Francis] aka bigfoot, 3-meter, 5-toed nape from N. E. Pacific coast

sâu: [Vietnamese con sâu mondegreen] worm ancestral to con and grub or con worm from Di Sa (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

säuge: [German Säugetier mondegreen] creature ancestral to mammalian beasts (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

saural: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] scad fish

saurornithoid: ["lizard-bird", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 2.5-m troodontid with large eyes, relatively large brain, narrow snout and long grasping hands

saurornitholestes: ["lizard-bird-thief", Feathered Dinosaurs: The Origin of Birds by John Long and Peter Schuten] 1.6-m theropod from N. America

sauropodia delta: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] 33-m sauropod with 3 back-fins on Palul (Lar Don), the Dinosaur Planet

sauropodia eta: [Cyclopedia of Worlds] 36-m sauropod on Palul (Lar Don), the Dinosaur Planet

savannah walker: [The Menagerie by Martin Day] largest creature in Menagerie of Ukkazaal

sawfly: [Piers Anthony] night construction insect with sharp proboscis from Land of Flies, Xanth or Ylfwa, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

sawfish: [Battles with Giant Fish by Frederick Albert Mitchell-Hedges] 9.4-m, 2600-kg fish with saw-like rostrum

sawjaw: [Worlds Apart: Nat. Hist. of Furaha and Earth by Souren Nyoroge] 2.8-m, black seacreature with short side tusks, white underbelly, 6 flippers, goresacs from Furaha (alpha Phoenicis IV)

sax: [saxophone back-formation] ruminant noted for curved bugle-like horn

saxhorner: [trumpeter swan back-formation] swan-like ornithoid related to corneteer and tuba swan

saxiphage: rock-eater in big, red and other varieties, including magnetite-fixing bacteria at 6400 meters (150°C)

saxtuba swan: [trumpet swan back-formation] large swan-like ornithoid with saxtuba-like call related to corneteer, saxhorner, and tuba swan

sbi: [“sbi ribs” Koobkooc’s Cookbook] food porcoid

sbleal: warmwater seal-like food mammaloid with 2 tails from from Youmisian Homeland (Edonian cluster III), Galaxiki galaxy

scab bee: [scabby mondegreen] bee-like insectoid whose sting and scabs (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

scad: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] saurel fish

scalandre: [Continuum RPG] 2-m beetle steed from Igendal, Belverius Helenis system

scallop: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] bivalve mollusc

scandaroon: see carrier pigeon

Scanodonian bat: [“Face to Face with Planet Scanodon” by Rocky Strone] 6-meter, 4-winged chiropteran dwelling on crater lake rim from Scanodon, Croft system

scargan: [Warrior of Llarn, Theif of Llarn by Gardner F. Fox] sharp-clawed, half-tonne furry, white spheroid

scarid: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] parrot-fish, see loro, lauia

scarpia: [King David’s Spaceship by Jerry Pourelle] deadly warm-blooded scorpion-like sauroid from Makassar

scaup: [Dell Crossword Puzzle Dictionary] sea duck, see ern(e), gull, scaup, tern, fulmar, gannet, petrel, scoter

sceli: [scoop of pelicans spoonerism, “A Poop of Sceli Cans”] garbage can-like creatures which leave malodorous trail from Ilec, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

scelidosaur: 3.5-m dinosaur with 7 rows of backplates and spikes

scendent: [transcendent mondegreen, Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot] worm-like tran variety

scizzorback: [“The Hunting” by Doris Beetem] lithe, brown animal from Rheingeld

schamir: barleycorn-sized stone-digesting worm, see naggartura, from Arutagga, moon of Eeqh, Hydd-Seeq system, Galaxiki galaxy

schizo carp: [schizocarp mondegreen] carp-like ichtyoid that sometimes behaves like piranha

Schlem eel: [schlemiel mondegreen] eel-like ichthyoid from Schlem noted for its out-of-water clumsiness (Through Space and Time with Isabella Feghoot)

schmoo: [The Life and Times of the Schmoo by Al Capp] small, pink pear-shaped bipedal invertebrate that gives both eggs