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sponges that live in aqueous environments. Phylum Porifera
Asymetrical, BUT some are radially shaped Phylum Porifera
many Choanocytes and ameobocytes Phylum Porifera
have a skeletal framework that are made up of Spicules which have calcareous Phylum Porifera
are heterotrophs & arehermaphroditic Phylum Porifera
species like coral, jellyfish, and sea anemones Phylum Cnidaria ( AKA COELENERATES)
have a large Gastrovascular Cavity Phylum Cnidaria
Cnidocytes with stinging cells called Nematocysts Phylum Cnidaria
radial symmetry Phylum Cnidaria
Medusa and Polyp the difference being the way they reproduce. Phylum Cnidaria
jellyfish and are chiefly medusae Phylum Cnidaria
2 basic body designs which are Medusa and Polyp Phylum Cnidaria
the class that has mostly Jellyfish and are chiefly medusae. Class Scyphozoa
class that have tentacles more than 25 feet with primitive sensory organs to sense light calledOcelli, and Statocysts for gravity orientation. Class Scyphozoa
class that are small polyp creatures Class Hydrozoa
Obelia & Physalia Class Hydrozoa
class where u find where you will find the sea anemones. Class Anthozoa
class where u find COral Class Anthozoa
In this phylum we get into the flatworms like tapeworms and flukes. Phylum Platyhelminthes
exhibit bilateral symmetry, they also use cephalization Phylum Platyhelminthes
here are also three layers of tissue which makes it a triploblastic membrane with a mesoderm sandwiched between the ectoderm and endoderm. Phylum Platyhelminthes
are both hermaphroditic having both male and female parts. Phylum Platyhelminthes
Obelia & Physalia Class Hydrozoa
class where u find where you will find the sea anemones. Class Anthozoa
class where u find COral Class Anthozoa
In this phylum we get into the flatworms like tapeworms and flukes. Phylum Platyhelminthes
exhibit bilateral symmetry, they also use cephalization Phylum Platyhelminthes
here are also three layers of tissue which makes it a triploblastic membrane with a mesoderm sandwiched between the ectoderm and endoderm. Phylum Platyhelminthes
are both hermaphroditic having both male and female parts. Phylum Platyhelminthes
round worms Phylum Nematoda
Between the endoderm and mesoderm is an area called the pseudocoelom. Phylum Nematoda
worms that have segmented bodies called somites. Along the somites you can find Setae that help with locomotion. Phylum Annelida
common in fresh water, marine, and moist soils. Phylum Annelida
Earthworms belong to this class Class Oligochaeta
Class Polychaeta millipede
soft body protected by a shell. The shell is made of calcium carbonate. Phylum Mollusca
snails, and slugs we say. Class Gastropoda
squids, octupus, or Nautiloids Class Cephalopoda
These animals are sea urchins, sand dollars, and sea biscuits and have separate sexes. Class Echinoidea
egmented body, jointed appendages, an open circulatory system, either simple or complex eyes, and an exoskeleton. Phylum Arthropoda
Spiders, ticks, and scorpions Class Arachnida
You will find crabs, shrimps, lobsters in this class. Class Crustacea
Centipedes Class Chilopoda
Largest animal phylum Arthropods
Spiders, insects, crabs, lobster are hee Arthropod
Have jointed legs Arthropod
have exoskeleton Arthropod
have open circulatory system Arthropod
have bilateral symetry Arthropod
have spiracles and tracheal tubes for respiratory system Arthropod
have true coeloms ( body cavity) annelida
have closed circulatory system annelida
includes earthworms annelida
NEPHRIDIA ( excretory structures) & GANGLIA ( cluster of nerve cell bodies) are present annelida
what phylum are star fish and sea urchins in ? phylum Echinodermata
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