You Think You Know Animals? [hard, quiz 2]

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DescriptionClade or StructureLevel
clade of multicellular, motile, ingestive heterotrophsKingdom
this carnivorous class has a mantle but the shell can be whorled, internal or absentClass
the phylum of segmented ecysozoansPhylum
multicellular animals that lack tissuesPhylum
group of animals that includes filarial worms and lobstersclade
group of phyla where the mouth is the first hole to form during gastrulationclade
a female mammalian endocrine organ that is grown to nourish and protect the developing youngstructure
the earliest clade of placental mammalsclade
a group within the Chordata that have four limbs with a bony endoskeletonclade
the most ancestral true vertebrates have a brain and skull but lack thesestructure
this class of deposit-feeders uses a scraping radula to eat algae from rocks and aquarium glassClass
this phyla’s thin unprotected bodies allow for maximum absorption of nutrientsPhylum
lophotrochozoan that uses a ciliated corona for feedingPhylum
group of phyla with radial cleavage and an anus derived from the blastoporeclade
DescriptionClade or StructureLevel
chordate class which evolved tufted keratin shafts from reptile-like scalesClass
triploblastic phylum with a coelom, a postanal tail and a dorsal hollow nerve cordPhylum
mammals, turtles, lizards, alligators and birds all belong to this cladeclade
group of phyla that includes rotifers, flatworms, segmented worms, molluscsclade
this class possesses a single muscular foot and uses gills for filter feedingClass
clade with jointed mouthparts that can be used as fangs, sensors, legs or sex organsSubphylum
clade of vertebrates with hair, endothermy, mammary glands and some oviparyClass
aquatic vertebrates with true bones and (often) a swim bladder to control bouyancyClass
the two body forms of this diploblastic phylum are medusas and polypsPhylum
the ____-finned fishes have bony elements in their appendagesClass
extinct class of reptilian chordates with limbs held erect beneath the bodyClass
only the larvae of this phylum have bilateral symmetryPhylum
lophotrochozoan phylum that is incredibly commercially valuablePhylum
group of classes that have a dorsal column of support structures and a skullSubphylum

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