Seen in every spaceport in the galaxy (including Mos Eisley), the anvil-headed Arcona are avid explorers with strong family ties; this often led to whole families venturing forth from their homeworld together.
The ancient and peaceful bulb-headed Bith are known for their intellect and dexterity, leading them to take up such professions as engineer, criminal mastermind, and musician. The Mos Eisley Cantina band Figrin D'an and the Modal Nodes are Bith.
Small and batlike in appearance, the Chadra-Fan have highly developed senses. Coming from a watery world, Chadra-Fan fear drowning so much that they sleep in trees and actually enjoy living on Tatooine.
Deep in his heart, Cornelius Evazan believes he is a world-class surgeon in the illustrious pursuit of immortality. His few surviving patients, however, consider him a psychopath deserving of the name Doctor Death.
Traveling in space long before humans, the Duros' blue-green, lipless, noseless faces (and their well-built starships) can be seen in every corner of the galaxy.
Often considered pacifists and nature boys, the "Hammerheads" (a term they find offensive) actually make great priests, traders, and healers. Their twin mouths allow them to produce a sonic bellow that is feared by most intellgent species.
Descended from insectivores, the Kubaz are easily recognizable by their long snouts and their propensity for trying to take a bite out of insectoid species like the Geonosians.
Green-skinned humanoids with an unsavory reputation, Rodians are typically seen working as guns for hire. Greedo, the bounty hunter who did not walk away from his encounter with Han Solo, was a Rodian.
Snaggletooth grins and oversized snouts are the telltale features of Snivvians. They are well known throughout the galaxy as adept scouts and trackers.
Talz live hidden in the frozen wastes of their harsh home planet, where thick fur and multiple sets of eyes help them survive. Rarely seen, the Talz can sometimes be found in the seedier spaceports of the galaxy.