Being beings that adapt and change their shape depending on what they eat, Aragami are bound to undergo changes in their appearance and general characteristics, be they major or minor changes. This way, many subspecies of Aragami have emerged.
Aragami variations can be grouped into several major groups:
"Standard" Aragami: the "standard" form of an Aragami, so to speak; the most common subspecies or the first one to appear.
Fallen Aragami: Fallen Aragami are normally variations of "standard" Aragami with different elemental attributes and resistances, a different color, and some different breakable parts.
Deusphages: Deusphages are a specifical, if hard to define, group of Aragami subspecies. They are normally named after divinities and are said to have "godly" appearances and powers.
Psions: Psions are a group of Aragami subspecies that possess Resonance abilities that can manipulate surrounding Oracle Cells and render God Arcs inoperable, making them a deadly threat to most God Eaters.
Arc Aberrants: Arc Aberrants are Aragami that have had God Arcs fused onto their bodies, affording them new attacks or powering up their existing ones. Some can even mimic Blood Arts or Blood Powers.
There are also multiple Aragami subspecies that don't seem to belong in any of the previous categories.
Following is a list of all the subspecies that don't fit into any category, alongside their "standard" counterparts for comparison purposes.