Which Plant Phylum Is the Largest with Respect to Numbers?

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Tracheophyte is the largest plant phylum consisting of approximately 260,000 species. They are characterised by vascular tissues for conducting the movement of food and water. The other plant phylum, bryophytes, has about 16,000 species.
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I assume you mean which animal phylum. If so, it's the Phylum Arthopoda. I have no idea which phylum would be most numerous in the plant, moneran, protistan or fungus kingdoms.
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Phylum Arthopoda. Within their varied natural habitats
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What is your definition of group? You're probably looking for angiosperms, but the eudicots have more species per genera than any other. Phylum: The Anthophyta, the angiosperms or
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