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Sponges
Porifera
Coral, anemones, jellyfish
Cnidaria
Comb jellies
Ctenophora
Flatworms
Platyhelminthes
Roundworms, non-segmented
Nematoda
Odd creatures with cilia surrounded mouths
Rotifera
Horseshoe crabs, spiders, scorpions, ticks. Two body parts, jointed legs, no wings, usually four legs, no antennae.
Chelicerata
Shrimp, crabs, lobster, barnacles, daphnia, cyclops.
two body parts, two pairs of antennae, usually aquatic.
Crustacea
Insects, butterflies, millipedes, centipedes. usually 3 pairs of legs, some wings, one pair of antennae.
Mandibulata
Segmented worms. Leeches, earthworms, etc.
Annelida
clams, octopus, scallop, snails. Soft body with shell.
Mollusca
No head/brain, radial, tuby feet, unsegmented. Blobby.
Sea cucumber, sand dollar, sea urchin, sea star.
Echinodermata
Jawless fish, eel-like. Cartilaginous. Rounded mouth.
Cyclostomata
Cartilaginous fish (but with jaws). Sharks, stingrays, certain weird fish.
Chondrichthyes
Normal bony fish with bones and gils and fins and scales, etc.
Osteichthyes
Lungfish - can breathe air
Choanichthyes
Slimy skinned and bony, two pairs of limbs, live in/out of water usually. Frogs, toads, salamandars.
Amphibia
Scaly skinned, bony, two pairs of legs. Dry skin. Turtles, alligators, chameleons, snakes, etc.
Reptilia
Birds. Feathers, no teeth, wings.
Aves
humans, elephants, mice, dolphins, manatees, whales, monkeys, seals, horses.
Mammalia