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Phylum Porifera
Sponges
Phylum Cnidarian
Coral, use tenticals to eat, carnivorous
PHylum Platyhelminthes
tape worm, fluke, live inside people. no skeletan
phylum nematoda
hook worm, get in humans, swallow while sleeping
phylum annelida
earth worms, reproduce sexually
Phylum Mullusca
muscles have shells
Class Gastropoda
slugs, snails, reproduce by love dart, soft foot, bilateral
Class PElecypoda
Oysters, scallops, clams, feed on other organisms. herbavores
Class Cephalopoda
Octupus, suqids. Bilateral, tentacle
Phlum Arthropoda
Class Chilopoda, diplopoda, crustacea, insecta, arachnida
Class Chilopoda
centipedes, bilateral. Poisonous. Long antennae, fast moving line.
Class Diplopoda
Millipede, only has 1 pair of legs per segment, many segments of body, poops to scare
Class Crustacea
lobsters, crabs, hard thorex and abdomen. Exoskeleton, no backbone, 10 pairs of legs, 2 body segments
Class Insecta
Insects, bilatteral pair of wings, no backbone, 3 body sections and 3 pairs of legs
Class Arachnida
Arachnids, no backbone, bilateral, 4 pairs of legs, 2 body segments, exoskeleton, spiders mites ticks and scorpions
Phylum Echnidermata
marine dwelling, sea cucombers, 5 classes, eat sand and use nutrients, spiky, radial, no backbone
Phylum Chordata
some vertebrate, subphylums= urochordata, cephalochordata, and vertebrata
Subphylum urochordata
sea squirts, invertevrates, free moving, live in colonies, eat plankton, reproduce sexually
subphylum cephalochordata
land cellette, amphioxus, nerve chord, bilateral symmtry, sexually reproduce, filter feeders, linve in marine sand
subphylum vertebrata
vertebrate, all organisms with a backbone, reproduce sexually, avengeral heart, digestive system, bilatteral, capable of advance thought (Classes= agnatha, chondrichthyes, osteichthyes, amphibia, reptilia, aves, mamalia)
Class Agnatha
Jawless fish, lake fish, bilateral, sexually reproduce
Class Chondrichthyes
Cordoladias fishes, sharks and fish, bones are made of cartledge, 2 pair of fines, protective scales, swim bladders
Class osteichthyes
bony fish, american eel, blue gill, stronger spine, swim bladder, reproduces externally
Class Amphibia
Amphibians, frogs, bilateral symmetry, reproduce secually, defenses= poison
Class Reptilia
Reptiles, snakes, alligators, scales, shed skin, tongue smells and tastes, bilateral, reproduce sexually
Class Aves
birds, all birst, eat anything, bones arent solid, no urinary bladder, reproduce sexually
Class Mamalia
mammals, humans and platypi, bilatteral, sexual reproduction, hair or fur, warm blooded
Order Monetremes
egg laying mammals, platypus, carnivores, bills, found in australia, reproduce sexually, bilateral
Order Marsupials
Masupials, koala bears, walobes, eats insects, broad tail, patterson on body, dont cry out, pouches, nocturnal
order placenta
gorilla, us, placent (over embryo), bilateral symmetry, omnivores