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Bird Group: Blue Jay, robin, cardinal, finch, and pelican

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Transcript of Bird Group: Blue Jay, robin, cardinal, finch, and pelican

06.01 The Classification of Living Organisms
Cardinal:
Kingdom:
Animalia
Phylum:
Chordata
Class:
Aves
Order:
Passeriforms
Family:
Cardinalidea
Species:
Turdus Migratorious
Genus:
Turdus
Pelican
Kingdom:

Animalia
Phylum:

Chordata
Class:

Aves
Family:
Pelecanidae
Genus:

Pelecanus
Species:
Pelecanus Crispus
Order:

Pelecaniformes
Blue Jay
Kingdom:
Animalia
Phylum:

Chordata
Class:

Aves
Family:

Corvidae
Genus:

Cyanocitta
Species:
C. Cristata
Order:
Passeriformes

Robin
Kingdom:

Animalia
Phylum:
Chordata
Class:

Aves
Order:

Passeriformes
Family:

Turdidae
Genus:

Turdus
Species:

T. Migratorious
Finch
Kingdom:
Animalia
Phylum:

Chordata
Class:

Aves
Order:
Passeriformes
Family:
Fringillidae
Genus:

Fringella
Species:

Unknown
Physical Traits
▪ Describe the physical traits your animals had in common with one another in your taxonomy chart.
-All of the animals in the class Aves breath air, lay shelled eggs,
▪ Explain the positions of each species in your cladogram. Why did you place each of your animals in those positions?

- In the cladogram, I put the pelican further away from the other birds because it has a different order than the other birds. The other birds are in the ORDER "Passeriformes" and the pelican is in the ORDER "Pelecaliformes".
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