BIO 10 B lab practical 2

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    • Metazoa (clade, multicellular animals)
    • Ph. Porifera
    • Cl. Demospongiae
    • Metazoa (clade, multicellular animals)
    • Ph. Cnidaria
    • Cl. Scyphozoa

    Ex. jellies
    • Metazoa (clade, multicellular)
    • Bilateria (clade, bilaterally symmetrical)
    • Ph: Annelida ("little ring")
    • C: Polychaeta ("many chitinous bristles")

    Ex. bristleworms
    • Metazoa (clade, multicellular)
    • Bilateria (clade, bilateral symmetry)
    • Ecdysozoa (clade, cuticle-molting)
    • Ph. Nematoda
    • Metazoa (clade, multicellular)
    • Bilateria (clade, bilateral symmetry)
    • Ecdysozoa (clade, cuticle-molting)
    • Ph. Arthropoda
    • s.PH. Chelicerata
    • Cl. Arachnida

    Ex. spider, scorpion, tick, mite
    • Metazoa (clade, multicellular)
    • Bilateria (clade, bilateral symmetry)
    • Ecdysozoa (clade, cuticle-molting)
    • Ph. Arthropoda
    • s.Ph. Trilobitomorpha
    • Metazoa (clade, multicellular)
    • Bilateria (clade, bilateral symmetry)
    • Ecdysozoa (clade, cuticle-molting)
    • Ph. Arthropoda
    • s.Ph. Chelicerata
    • Cl. Merostomata

    Ex. horseshoe crab
    • Metazoa (clade, multicellular)
    • Bilateria (clade, bilateral symmetry)
    • Ecdysozoa (clade, cuticle-molting)
    • Ph. Arthropoda
    • s.Ph. Crustacea
    •  
    • Ex. crab, lobster, crayfish, barnacle
    • Metazoa (clade, multicellular)
    • Bilateria (clade, bilateral symmetry)
    • Ecdysozoa (clade, cuticle-molting)
    • Ph. Arthropoda
    • s.Ph. Hexapoda  "six-legs"
    • Cl. Insecta
    • Metazoa (clade, multicellular)
    • Bilateria (clade, bilateral symmetry)
    • Ecdysozoa (clade, cuticle-molting)
    • Ph. Arthropoda
    • s.Ph. Crustacea

    Ex. barnacle
    • Metazoa (clade, multicellular)
    • Bilateria (clade, bilateral symmetry)
    • Ecdysozoa (clade, cuticle-molting)
    • Ph. Arthropoda
    • s.Ph. Myriapoda  "myriad-legs"
    • Cl. Chilopoda & Diplopoda

    Ex. centipede & millipede
    • Metazoa (clade, multicellular)
    • Bilateria (clade, bilateral symmetry)
    • Lophotrochozoa (clade, lophophore feeding)
    • Ph. Mullusca
    • Cl. Bivalvia (shell w/ 2 hinged parts)
    • Metazoa (clade, multicellular)
    • Bilateria (clade, bilateral symmetry)
    • Lophotrochozoa (clade, lophophore feeding)
    • Ph. Mullusca
    • Cl. Cephalopoda "head-foot"

    Ex. octopus, squid
    • Metazoa (clade, multicellular)
    • Bilateria (clade, bilateral symmetry)
    • Lophotrochozoa (clade, lophophore feeding)
    • Ph. Mullusca
    • Cl. Polyplacophora "bearer of many plates"
    • Metazoa (clade, multicellular)
    • Bilateria (clade, bilateral symmetry)
    • Lophotrochozoa (clade, lophophore feeding)
    • Ph. Mullusca
    • Cl. Gastropoda

    Ex. snail, slug
    • Metazoa (clade, multicellular)
    • Bilateria (clade, bilateral symmetry)
    • Deuterostomia (clade, mouth-second)
    • Ph. Echinodermata
    • Cl. Holothuroidea

    Ex. sea cucumber
    • Metazoa (clade, multicellular)
    • Bilateria (clade, bilateral symmetry)
    • Deuterostomia (clade, mouth-second)
    • Ph. Echinodermata
    • Cl. Asteroidea

    Ex. starfish
    • Metazoa (clade, multicellular)
    • Bilateria (clade, bilateral symmetry)
    • Deuterostomia (clade, mouth-second)
    • Ph. Echinodermata  "spiny skin" G. 
    • Cl. Echinoidea

    Ex. sea urchin
    • Metazoa (clade, multicellular)
    • Ph. Cnidaria
    • Cl. Anthozoa (no medusa stage)

    Ex. sea anemone
    • Bracket fungus (shelf fungus)
    • Ph. Ascomycota
    • Lichen
    • crustose (top)
    • fruticose (bottom)
    • club fungus
    • Ph. Basidiomycota
    • Ph. Chordata
    • Cl. Mammalia
    • Or. Cetacea

    Ex. whales, dolphins
    • Ph. Chordata
    • Cl. Aves
    • Or. Anseriformes

    Ex. ducks, geese, swans
    • Ph. Chordata
    • Cl. Aves
    • Or. Piciformes

    Ex. woodpeckers
    • Ph. Chordata
    • Cl. Aves
    • Or. Apodiformes

    Ex. hummingbird
    • Ph. Chordata
    • Cl. Aves
    • Or. Strigiformes

    Ex. owls
    • Ph. Chordata
    • Cl. Aves
    • Or. Galliformes

    Ex. quails, chickens
    • Ph. Chordata
    • Cl. Aves
    • Or. Falconiformes

    Ex. falcons
    • Ph. Chordata
    • Cl. Mammalia
    • Or. Lagomorpha

    Ex. hares and rabbits
    • Ph. Chordata
    • Cl. Aves
    • Or. Charadriiformes

    Ex. gulls, sand pipers
    • Ph. Chordata
    • Cl. Chondrichthyes "cartilage-fish"

    Ex. sharks
    • Ph. Chordata
    • Cl. Cephalaspidomorphi (Petromyzontida)

    Ex. lamprey

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