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Neimoidia:
Neimoidia, also called Pure Neimoidia to avoid confusion with the Neimoidian purse worlds, was a planet in the Colonies region that the Duros colonized sometime around 25,000 BBY, bringing it into the Galactic Republic.
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Cato Neimoidia
The oldest of the Neimoidian purse worlds, Cato Neimoidia was the location of Nute Gunray's secret redoubt. The planet was near the Neimoidian homeworld of Neimoidia, also in the Colonies region.
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Deko Neimoidia
Deko Neimoidia was one of the purse worlds founded by the Neimoidian race, along with Cato Neimoidia and Koru Neimoidia.

Koru Neimoidia
Koru Neimoidia was one of the purse worlds founded by the Neimoidian race, along with Deko Neimoidia and Cato Neimoidia. It was captured by the Galactic Republic during the Clone Wars.

Maramere
Maramere was the Mere homeworld in the Outer Rim Territories. The planet fell under the domination of Lord Toat of the Trade Federation, which used it as a repository of stygium crystals from nearby Aeten II.
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Lok
Lok was a barren, dusty planet in the Outer Rim Territories. Sulfur pools, lifeless rivers and volcanoes were commonly found on the planet.
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Nod Kartha
Nod Kartha was a desolate, rocky world in the Karthakk system. It has in it a laboratory where they built new weapons.
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Caarimon
Caarimon was a warm and steamy planet in the Outer Rim Territories.

Filordis
Filordis was a planet in the Inner Rim. It was a wasteland of thunderstorms and fierce winds and orbited a red star.

Cularin
Cularin was a planet in the Cularin system. It had two moons, the molten Rennokk and the barren Tilnes. The planet was known for its exotic hardwoods, especially the ch'hala tree. The whole planet was considered strong in the Force.

Rosha
Rosha was a planet in the Leemurtoo system. It was a neighbor of Samaria.

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