What Animals Are in the Phylum Chordata?


The phylum chordata consists of sea squirts and all vertebrate animals. Since there is such a broad range of animals in the phylum chordata, naming each specific animal would take a significant amount of time and research. However, a more specific break down of the animals in the phylum chordata include: amphibians, birds, bony fish and fish with cartelidge, mammals, reptiles, and sea squirts and tunicates.
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All animals which have a spine, or backbone, are classified in the phylum Chordata. There are three subphylums in Chordata: the first two are invertebrates - Urochordata (tunicates
The Phylum Chordata includes the well-known vertebrates (fishes, amphibians,
phylum chordata: comprises true vertebrates and animals having a notochord
Pieces, Amphibia, Reptilia, Aves and Mammalia.
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Phylum Chordata
Members of the Phylum Chordata include animals with which students are most likely familiar. Included in the phylum are the fish, birds, reptiles, amphibians and beasts like ourselves. Four structural characteristics set chordates apart from all... More >>
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