Phylum bio final 3

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Phylum bio final 3
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Phylum classes
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  1. Phylum Porifera
    • Elephant Ear Sponge
    • Yellow Tubular Sponge;





    • simplest animals; the beginning of
    • invertebrates
  2. Phylum Cnidaria
    • Sea nettle (jellyfish)
    • Sea anemone
    • Hydra





    • stinging weaponry; mouth & anus
    • are the same
  3. Phylum Platyhelminthes
    • Planarian (flatworm)
    • Blue Psuedoceros Flatworm
    • Liver Fluke
    • Turbellarian
    • Tapeworm




    a head region
  4. Phylum Annelida
    • Earthworms
    • Peacock worms




    a segmented body
  5. Phylum Molluska
    • Colossal Squid
    • Small Giant Clam
    • Garden Snail
    • Chambered Nautilus
    • Blue Dorid




    muscular foot & shells
  6. Phylum Echinodermata
    spiny skin & water vascular system






    • Sea star (starfish)
    • Sea cucumber
  7. Phylum Arthropoda,
    Class Crustacea
    • Crabs, Lobsters,Crayfish,Pillbugs,
    • Water fleas,Barnacles



    exoskeleton and segmentation
  8. Phylum Arthropoda,
    Class Arachnida
    • Spiders, ticks, mites, scorpions,
    • daddy longlegs





    • eight legs and 2 body segments
    • exoskeleton
  9. Phylum Arthropoda,
    Class Insecta
    • Termites, ants, beetles, dragonflies,
    • flies, moths, grasshoppers





    • six legs and 3 body segments
    • exoskeleton
  10. Phylum Chordata,
    Class Chondrichthyes
    sharks, rays, skates




    • first internal backbone (cartilage);
    • the beginning of vertebrates
  11. Phylum Chordata,
    Class Osteichthyes
    Rainbow trout




    first animal with true bone
  12. Phylum Chordata,
    Class Amphibia
    • Marsupial frog, red eyed frog,
    • treefrog, Leopard frog, American
    • toad, spadefoot toad





    • first lung & skin specialized for
    • respiration
  13. Phylum Chordata, Class Reptilia
    • Lizards, snakes, Leopard gecko,
    • tuatara, crocodile, iguana, alligator,
    • caimans, milk snake, coral snake,





    • advanced skin system for land-
    • living; amniotic eggs
  14. Phylum Chordata, Class Aves
    • Penguin, ostrich, ducks, falcons,
    • woodpeckers, crows





    • can maintain body temperature
    • (endothermic); adapted for flight;
    • amniotic eggs

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