List of fictional alien species: H

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Name Source Type
H'Harn Edmond Hamilton's Star Kings series [citation needed]
Hacan Twilight Imperium leonine traders[citation needed]
Haggunenons The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy According to the Guide, the Haggunenons "have the most impatient chromosomes in the Galaxy. Whereas most species are content to evolve slowly and carefully over thousands of generations, discarding a prehensile toe here, [...] hazarding another nostril there, the Haggunenons would have done for Charles Darwin what a squadron of Arcturan Stunt Apples would have done for Sir Isaac Newton. Their genetic structure is based on the quadruple sterated octohelix...." Their tendency to evolve almost instantaneously has the downside of discarding one deficiency for another.
Halflings Dances in the Snow, Genome
Hallessi Harry Turtledove's Worldwar book series a subject species of the Race
Hallucinoids X-COM: Terror from the Deep
Halosians Farscape Humanoid
Hangi Farscape Humanoid
Hani C. J. Cherryh's Chanur novels
Hanshaks Ascendancy
Harammins The History of the Galaxy series)
Hardcore Hill Midgets Bravest Warriors They are found on the planet Zgraxxis.
Harika Star Control 3
Harmonia The Sirens of Titan flatworm-like
Haydonites Robotech
Headcrabs Half-Life
Headies Noon Universe
Heechee Frederik Pohl
Herald Star Control 3
Hermat Star Trek
Hi-Five Aliens Bravest Warriors Characterized by long, single arm above their heads.
Hierarchy Universe at War A collective race of alien species including tall grey-like humanoid aliens, genetically altered beings, and enslaved alien races including the Skinwalkers.
Highbreed Ben 10 Alien Force Humanoid
High Ones Elfquest Humanoid
Hiigarans Homeworld Humanoid
Hirogen Star Trek
Hisa C. J. Cherryh's Alliance-Union universe
Hive, The Renegade Legion Gained starfaring capability after stealing a Terran ship.
Hivers Sword of the Stars
Hivers Traveller RPG modified starfish
Hobos Invader Zim Humanoid
Hoka Poul Anderson and Gordon R. Dickson teddy-bears imitating human history
Hoix Doctor Who and Torchwood. Humanoid
Hooloovoo The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Hoofonoggles Froonga Planet Ape-like reptilian carnivores
Hoon David Brin's Uplift Universe
Horda Doctor Who
Hork-Bajir K. A. Applegate's Animorphs Large, aliens with large blades at each of their joints and on their heads. Often referred to as 'salad mixers'. Usually peaceful, despite their appearance.
Horta Star Trek
Howard the Duck Marvel Comics
Hrossa C. S. Lewis' Space Trilogy Humanoid
Hrud Warhammer 40,000
Hunters (Lekgolo) Halo Large creatures of immence strength and stature. They are made of hundreds if not thousands of worms formed together to make a single mind. Part of the Covenant Hierarchy.
Hunters Star Trek
Humma Star Frontiers Marsupials, born female, change to male after giving birth.
Hur'q Star Trek Humanoid
Hutts Star Wars
Husnock Star Trek
Hydrans Star Trek Humanoid
Hydrogues Saga of the Seven Suns Live in gas giants
Hykraius DC Comics' Legion of Super-Heroes
Hylar Twilight Imperium large-brained and aquatic
Hynerians Farscape Slug-like. The Hynerian empire governs many worlds, some of which have humanoid inhabitants