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Animal Phyla
Immediately below kingdom is the phylum level of classification. At this level, animals are grouped together based on similarities in basic body plan or organization. For instance, species in the phylum Arthropoda have external skeletons as well as... More >>

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List of animal phyla is a list of the major groups of animals usually classified as a phylum. Modern sources have been used: the list is different from that of ...

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In biology, a phylum is a level of classification or taxonomic rank below Kingdom and above Class. Traditionally, in botany the term ...

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The major subgroups of animals are usually classified as phyla (singular: phylum ). The higher classification of animals is still in flux, and scientists' op...

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The following phyla of multicellular animals (called metazoans) are usually included in general biology courses. Remember that the botanical counterpart of a ...

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Animal Phyla in the Tree of Life ... Small Shelly Animals (Tommotian Fauna) ... Phylum. Fossil Record. Contained Within. Subphyla or Classes Contained.

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Phylum. Common Name(s). Number of Species. Porifera, Sponges, 5,000. Placazoa, placazoans, 1. Cnidaria, Jellyfishes, anemones & corals, 9,000.

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Dec 1, 2008 ... The animal kingdom is divided into 40 smaller groups, known as phylum. Here, animals are grouped by their main features. Animals usually fall ...

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In this lesson, we'll be learning about the nine major phyla of Kingdom Animalia. We'll go over what types of animals are in each phylum, as well...

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aka sponges; means animal that contains holes; are sessile feeders (stuck to the ground, eating what comes near them); body symmetry: asymetric eg. yellow ...