The umbrella term for the three interrelated species of Molran, Bonshoon and Blaran. Characterised by a shared ancestry, although technically no longer capable of independent interbreeding.

Molranoids all stand approximately seven-and-a-half feet tall (7' 6"), with flat-topped triangular heads and prominent elongated eye teeth and large, sensitive ears that closely resemble bats' wings. These features have earned Molranoids the epithets bat-head, flat-top and vamp, among others.

Molranoids have two pairs of arms and one pair of legs. Each limb is tipped with four long, general-purpose digits.

The anatomical and clinical differences between Molranoids and humans, and between the three species of Molranoid, are too many to name in a feeble little wiki.