Category:Phonology
Feature:Consonant Inventories WALS
Name:Small
Languages (130):
Conlangs (116):
Miapimoquitch
Kamakawi
Poswa
Kelenala
Nawe
Isuhuwum
Saya
Yanusu
Raitoliste
Skerre
Kisuna
Toki Pona
Redspeech
Omniglot forum language
Ngengenoef
Vilani
Latadid
Laadan
Ainure
Kiassan Turasta
Patakasama
All the consonants are:
bilabial : p m
dental : t
palatal : s
dorsovelar : k
Lhenazi

/t k m n θ s z ʃ x ɬ ɹ/

FIAL
Annese

Annese has 4 consonants (m, n, ʋ, ʎ) and 2 semivowels that act as consonants (w, j).

Taiwazaiho
Aveata
Torete
Ouxu
Ruzian

Ruzian has 14 consonants:

p/t/k/g v/θ/s/ʃ/h m/n j/ʎ t͡ʃ

Llapoyan
Sihaku
/  n  /
/p t k/
/f s h/
/  r  /
Kono Mai
Apituka
Toilan
Gobish
Yaufulti
Rahwneʔ
Ixe Wa
Ataican
Jayus
Aixosixomi
South Picksalladed
Cljek Pikay
Kti
Kti has 12 consonants: /t d k ʔ s z ʃ ʒ x r m n/
Llapakhi
/p t k x h* l ɬ n s/

*a word-initial allophone of /x/
Treyll
Fupoloypan
Pateko
Lodeen
The phonemic consonants of Lodeen are :

plosives : /p/ /t/ /k/

fricatives : /f/ /s/

nasals : /m/ /n/

liquids : /l/

approximants : /w/ /j/
toka na musume

/m//n//p//t//k//s//h~ɸ//l~ɾ//j//w/.

/ti/ becomes [t͡​ʃi] or [ʨi] , /si/ becomes [ʃi] or [ɕi] , /tu/ becomes [ʦu] and /hu/ becomes [ɸu]

there's an additional consonant /ŋ/, but /ŋ/ appears only in one word /ŋe/, which is an interjection for being confused, doubt, suprising, etc, and in that case, it can always be replaced by /k/, making the word be pronunced as /ke/.

There are many loanwords in Toka na Musume, and most of the words in Toka na Musume are loanwords, loanwords do have /b//d//g//z/, but ther are not counted here.

Nayraki

Prestige dialect (Auraki): /m n p t k ⱱ ɾ s h l/ <m n p t k v r s h l>

Standard dialect (nayraki): /m n p t k s h ʋ ɹ l/ <m n p t k s h v r l>

As with all points described here, regional dialects can show considerably more variation.

Kaynuryos
Mamambam
Okuna
Tim Ar
Pupupulandish
Ukumusi
FKL
Modern low Ponuhi
Kaujasakka
Ancient
Attian
Linvongo
Eranai
/t, d, k, g, n, m, s, ɸ, b, ɹ, j/
ea-luna
Satang
/m/   | /n/ |      | /ŋ/
/p/   | /t/ | /tʃ/ | /k/
      | /s/ | /ʃ/  |
/w~v/ |     | /j/  |
      | /ɾ/ |      |
Haneko
Rireinutire
Meino
LipTalk
The only point of articulation is bilabial in the consonants.

voiceless plosive: p
voiced plosive: b
voiceless fricative: ph
voiced fricative: bh
voiceless affricate: pph
voiced affricate: bbh
voiceless trill: pp
voiced trill: bb
voiced nasal: m
"forced" nasal: mh

I'm not entirely sure how to classify this "forced" nasal, but it sounds exactly like "Mmhmm", without the initial M sound. This sound can only appear in the initial syllable position. All other sounds can appear anywhere. Plosives are always released in coda position. 

There is also an unintentional glottal stop that evolved between the vowels e and a, in either order.
Mala
Tumbian
Oter Tov Svik
Proto Ke Son Lii
Lohsee
Nuim
Cikap
Caryatic
Traup
Mira
Testonian /m̤ʲ ˀɴᵝ pʰ pʰʰ pʰʰʰ pʰʰʰʰ d̪͡ʼk͡xʼ ˀᶯɖ͡ʈ͡ɽ͡r̝ˡˤᶹʰ ʰc͡çʷ ᶮʄʱ k͡ʟ̥͓ˤʼ ᵑᵐɠ͡ɓᶣ/
Lwaitel
Tnaaq
Jorivuzedox (Modern Southern)
Settamu
Jutean
Haotyetpi
Clofabian
Oklane mnŋ ptk vsh lrj, written: mnng ptk vsh lry
Opus
Ame language
/m b n t d s z ɺ k ŋ h w j/
Classical Uraki
Iloyan
Thuun
Gjeyejz-sjayajz
Wihri
Lioa e Gweu
Pasi
Ɣu
Thulean
Tvern El
Ilawokou
Aalt
Sape
Nanawe
Kibaki
Random
Sonsear
Miirna
Darsra
Eldtyric
Menxháo
Common Minervan
Frater
Eneqa

Natlangs (14):
Abkhaz
Apurina
Awa Pit
Canela-Kraho
Imonda
Koasati
Maori
Maybrat
Rapanui
Sanuma
Warao
Yagua
Cree (Plains)
Dani (Lower Grand Valley)