Cnidaria is a phylum containing over 10,000 species of animals found
exclusively in aquatic (freshwater and marine) environments: they are
Introduction to Cnidaria. Jellyfish, corals, and other stingers. Cnidarians are
incredibly diverse in form, as evidenced by colonial siphonophores, massive ...
An introduction to the biology, classification and ecology of anemones, corals
and jellyfish the phylum Cnidaria.
The Phylum Cnidaria includes such diverse forms as jellyfish, hydra, sea
anemones, and corals. Cnidarians are radially or biradially symmetric, a general
type of ...
Introduction. The exclusively aquatic phylum Cnidaria is represented by polyps
such as sea anemones and corals, and by medusae such as jellyfish. A polypoid
Phylum Cnidaria. Cnidaria is a large phylum composed of some of the most
beautiful of all the salt and freshwater organisms: the true jellyfish, box jellyfish,
Phylum Cnidaria comprises incredibly diverse creatures, including colonial
siphonophores, massive medusae jellyfish, box jelly fish, corals. Cnidarian
The phylum Cnidaria (pronounced nid-AIR-ee-ah) contains approximately 9000
living species worldwide. They are among the simplest of the so-called "higher" ...
Indian River Lagoon Species Inventory. Phylum Cnidaria. Back to Animals ·
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