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Anthozoa - Wikipedia


Anthozoa is a class within the phylum Cnidaria. Unlike other cnidarians, anthozoans do not have a medusa stage in their development. Instead, they release ...

Introduction to the Anthozoa


Anthozoans are probably the most famous cnidarians: they include the corals that build great reefs in tropical waters, as well as sea anemones, sea fans, and ...

Anthozoa Fossil Record


The origins of the Anthozoa lie in the Precambrian, but concrete evidence is sketchy. A number of the Vendian, or latest Precambrian, soft-bodied "medusoids " ...

Corals - Anthozoa - Overview - Encyclopedia of Life


Description of Anthozoa. The Anthozoa is that group of coelenterates (Cnidaria) that contains the sea anemones and corals. Typically they are attached to a ...



The Class Anthozoa includes a variety of animals that have polyps with a flower- like appearance. In these forms, the gastrovascular cavity is large. It is divided ...

Anthozoa - New World Encyclopedia


Aug 12, 2008 ... Anthozoa is a class of marine invertebrates within the phylum Cnidaria ... Anthozoa is the largest of the four classes of Cnidaria with over 6,000 ...

Anthozoa - Tree of Life Web Project


Oct 3, 2000 ... Introduction. Anthozoans are exclusively marine, polypoid cnidarians. They include the familiar sea anemones, and other anemone-like groups ...

Class Anthozoa - Plymouth


Class Anthozoa. (sea anemones and corals). Major Attributes: Tropical marine habitat. Mouth surrounded by tentacles with nematocysts. Partioned ...

Class Anthozoa - Boundless


Learn more about class anthozoa in the Boundless open textbook. Members of the class Anthozoa display only polyp morphology and have cnidocyte-covered ...