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phylum for sponges
Phylum Porifera
What is the class that includes species that are marine & have spicules exclusively of calcium carbonate? Species have all 3 grades of contruction
Class Calcarea
Class for glass sponges?
Class Hexactinellida
Class with 6-sided spicules of silica?
Class Hexactinellida
Class with 90% of sponge species?
Class Demospongiae
Class including all freshwater sponges?
Class Demospongiae
What is the class that never includes calcareous support elements?
Class Dmospongiae
Class made of silica, spongin, or both?
Class Demospongiae
Class made of only leuconoid construction?
Class Demospongiae
Phylum with 1-microvillar collars surround flagella w/units arising from single cells or synctia
Phylum Porifera
What phylum has secretion of complex intracellular organs (nematocysts) and planula larvae in the life cycle
Phylum Cnidaria
What class is known for asexual replication by strobilation?
Class Scyphozoa
What class is known for a medusa w/boxlike body and rhopalia which bear complex, lensed eyes?
Class Cubozoa
What class is known as generally having more polyp morph in the life cycle?
Class Hydrozoa
What are the 3 major orders of Hydrozoa?
Order Hydroida, Order Siphonophora, Hydrocorallina
What class is characterized as the absence of a medusa stage, absence of operculum & cnidocil, mitochondiral DNA is circular, presence of siphonoglyph and mesenteries/septa
Class Anthozoa
What subclass is known for usually 6 tentacles & 6 pairs of primary mesenteries?
Subclass Hexacorallia (Zoantharia)
What subclass is known for polyps bear 8 tentacles & are subdivided by 8 complete mesenteries?
Subclass Octocorallia (Alcyonaria)
Which class is known as having the true jellyfish?
Class Scyphozoa
Which class has the sea wasps?
Class Cubozoa
Which class has sea anemones, corals, sea whips, sea pens, sea fans & sea pansies?
Class Anthozoa
What is the taxonomy of Physalia?
Phylum Cnidaria, Class Hydrozoa, Order Siphonophora
What is the class that hosts about 2/3 of all cnidarians & all are marine?
Class Anthozoa
What is the taxonomy of sea fans?
Phylum Cnidaria, Class Anthozoa, Subclass Alcyonaria, Order Gorgonacea
What is the taxonomy of sea pens?
Phylum Cnidaria, Class Anthozoa, Subclass Alcyonaria, Order Pennatulacea
What is the taxonomy of sea pansies?
Phylum Cnidaria, Class Anthozoa, Subclass Alcyonaria, Order Pennatulacea
What is the taxonomy of sea anemones?
Phylum Cnidaria, Class Anthozoa, Subclass Zoantharia, Order Actiniaria
What is the taxonomy of true corals/stony corals?
Phylum Cnidaria, Class Anthozoa, Subclass Zoantharia, Order Scleractinia
What phylum is defined as having plates of fused cilia arranged in rows & colloblasts?
Phylum Ctenophora
What phylum includes creatures that are acoelomate, triploblastic & bilaterally symmetrical?
Phylum Platyhelminthes
What are the classes of Phylum Platyhelminthes?
Class Monogenea, Turbellaria, Cestoda, Trematoda
What phylum is known as having the flatworms?
Phylum Platyhelminthes
What class is known for having the free-living flatworms?
Class Turbellaria
What class is known for having a flatworms w/ciliated epidermis ?
Class Turbellaria
What is the taxonomy for flatworms with 3 digestive tracts?
Phylum Platyhelminthes, Class Turbellaria, Order Tricladida
What is the taxonomy for flatworms with several digestive tracts?
Phylum Platyhelminthes, Class Turbellaria, Order Polycladida
What class is known for having creatures w a scolex, proglottids & loss of a digestive tract?
Class Cestoda