Species: experiment (species)
This tag refers to the Lilo & Stitch franchise's genetic experiments; the 629 genetically engineered alien characters created by Dr. Jumba Jookiba, of which Stitch is the most famous. Should also be used for any fan characters created as one such experiment, as well as interpretations of non-experiment characters (such as Lilo Pelekai) as such creatures (to which in those cases, alternate species applies).
Experiment numbers are usually pronounced as individual digits (e.g. Stitch is "Experiment Six-Two-Six"). Exceptions usually include those whose numbers are divisible by 100.
Note that on this site, the word experiment by itself refers to scientific experimentation in a laboratory, so don't forget the
_(species) part if you're referring to these creatures. (It should be mentioned though that despite the disambiguation, each experiment are actually of their own artificial "species" named after their experiment numbers.)
Canonically seen experiments
While all of the first 626 experiments were named in Leroy & Stitch (2006), the experiments listed below are among the named and/or numbered experiments who actually appeared in one of the franchise's works. Only experiments who were seen in the franchise and have unique character tags here are listed in the sectioned tables below. A full list of experiments can be seen on TV Tropes.
Experiments who only appeared in the Stitch! anime need to be tagged with the stitch! tag. (Note the exclamation point to avoid tagging Stitch by mistake if he doesn't appear.) These such experiments have their numbers underlined in the lists below.
Jumba's test batch, which includes many household helpers.
|No.||Name||Tag if necessary||Notes||000||Cyber||cyber_(stitch!)||From the Stitch! anime, "Experiment Zero" is technically unnumbered and doesn't belong in any experiment series; he's only placed here for convenience.|
|007||Gigi (a.k.a. Yapper)||gigi/yapper||"Gigi" is the name given by her adopter Mertle Edmonds, while Lilo nicknamed the experiment "Yapper".|
|010||Felix||felix_(lilo_and_stitch)||Also called "Oscar" depending on his programming.|
|021||Twang||twang_(lilo_and_stitch)||Also known as Experiment 145/Flute based on the Stitch! anime's English dub.|
|033||Hammerface||Also known as "Hammerhead" (as called by Pleakley in the Lilo & Stitch: The Series episode, "The Asteroid").|
|No.||Name||Tag if necessary||110||Squeak||squeak_(lilo_and_stitch)|
Technological and scientific-based abilities.
|No.||Name||Tag if necessary||202||Jam||jam_(lilo_and_stitch)|
|No.||Name||Tag if necessary||300||Spooky||spooky_(lilo_and_stitch)|
This series, said to be mostly failures, had very few experiments appearing in the franchise, so it's unlikely that any experiments from this series will be tagged.
|No.||Name||Tag if necessary||501||Yin||yin_(lilo_and_stitch)|
Battlefield or doomsday experiments with galactic implications.
|No.||Name||Tag if necessary||Notes||600||Woops|
|621||Chopsuey||From Disney's Stitch: Experiment 626 game for PlayStation 2.|
|627||experiment_627||This experiment was never given a name in the franchise, although he is usually referred to by Lilo & Stitch fans as "Evile".|
|Leroy||leroy_(lilo_and_stitch)||He is Jumba's latest experiment, but he is not officially numbered. Japanese merchandise number him 628, but fans number him 629 because a pod of an Experiment 628 was seen in 627's episode of Lilo & Stitch: The Series, while Leroy was newly made in Leroy & Stitch.|