Anthozoa is a class within the phylum Cnidaria. Unlike other cnidarians,
anthozoans do not have a medusa stage in their development. Instead, they
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 ...
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 ...
Corals are marine organisms of class Anthozoa (Kingdom Animalia, Phylum
Cnidaria, Class Anthozoa) that typically live in large colonies of identical
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Class Anthozoa. (sea anemones and corals). Major Attributes: Tropical marine
habitat. Mouth surrounded by tentacles with nematocysts. Partioned ...
Authority, Ehrenberg, 1834. Status, accepted. Rank, Class. Parent, Checked:
verified by a taxonomic editor Cnidaria. Sources, original description Ehrenberg,
Class Anthozoa includes Cnidaria that have no jellyfish stage. This is the largest
class of cnidarians, containing over 6,000 species. A gullet extends for a short ...
Jan 9, 2016 ... Characteristics: Unlike other cnidarians, the sea anemones and corals do not
have a medusa stage in their life cycle. Their eggs form larvae ...
Anthozoans are polyp-like Cnidarians which are only found in marine habitats.
They include the well known sea anemones, soft corals and hard corals ...