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CARMALT - Invertebrate animals

notes OR examplesAnswer
smooth outer skin, pointed ends, usually microscopic Nematoda
tube feet, no head, can regenerate body parts, aquatic Echinodermata
jointed legs, segmented body, includes arachnids, crustaceans, and insects Anthropoda
tentacles, stinger cells, primitive nervous system Coelentera
live in colonies, attach to underwater rocks Portifera
soft body, usually a hard shell, head, sense organs, aquatic Mollusca
head, simple nervous system, lives in wet environments Platyhelminthes
fleas, crickets and other insects Arthropoda
sand dollar, sea urchin, starfish Echinodermata
nematodes, pinworms Nematoda
crabs, shrimp and other crustaceans Anthropoda
earthworms, leeches Annelida
sponges Porifera
black widow spiders, ticks or other arachnids Arthropoda
corals, jellyfish, sea anemones Coelenterata
clams, octopuses, snails Mollusca
tapeworm, flukes Platyhelminthes
Which Invertebrate class has over 80% of the animals in the world? Anthropoda
Created by: EM4CARMALT