The following is a list of inhabitants of Mariposa, also known as "Mariposans". These individuals made up the Mariposa colony, made up of the surviving crew of the SS Mariposa, consisting of two females and three males.

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Elizabeth Vallis clone Edit

Elizabeth Vallis clone

A clone of Elizabeth Vallis

This clone of Elizabeth Vallis was standing at a desk in the entrance of the building which was housing the office of Prime minister Wilson Granger. She watched the newly arrived away team from the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Up The Long Ladder")

This clone was like Elizabeth Vallis portrayed by an unknown actress.

Quadruplets Edit

When Commander William T. Riker and Lt. Worf beamed down to the Mariposa colony they've seen three of these clones working on a computer. While gazing at them the fourth clone passed the two Starfleet officers. (TNG: "Up The Long Ladder")

Triplets Edit

These three male clones were part of the Mariposan colony in 2365. One of them was scanned by Doctor Katherine Pulaski in the hallway. Pulaski revealed that the colony consists of clones who suffered from replicative fading. Like Pulaski and Riker, Captain Jean-Luc Picard refused to spend his DNA to refresh the cloning process. Two of these triplets later abducted Doctor Pulaski and Commander Riker from the office of Wilson Granger while the third stood guard outside.

When Pulaski discovered that the Mariposans stole Riker's and her DNA without their knowledge an away team of the USS Enterprise-D beamed directly into the cloning laboratory and destroyed their clones with a phaser. Wilson Granger entered the laboratory followed by all of these three clones. (TNG: "Up The Long Ladder")

Twins Edit

These two male clones stunned Commander Riker and Doctor Pulaski in the office of Wilson Granger after they refused to give their DNA to the Mariposans. They later extracted the DNA in the cloning laboratory. (TNG: "Up The Long Ladder")

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