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Lab Practical 3

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Lab Practical 3
Phylum: Porifera
Class: Demospongia
Evol Events: Multicellular, Parazoa
Phylum: Cnidarian
Evol Events: multicellular, eumetazoa, radiate, no mesoderm
Phylum: Platyhelminthes (worm dorsoventrally flattened)
Class: Scyphozoa (no airsac) jellyfish
Class: Hydrozoa (airsac) (man o war)
Evol events: multicellular, eumetazoa, bilateria, acoelomate
Class: Cestoda (has segmentation, ex:tapeworm)
Class: Trematoda (dark margins, ex: liver fluke)
Class: Turbellaria (no segment, no dark margin, ex: planaria)
Phylum: Nematoda (round body worm, no segments)
Evol Events: multicellular, eumetazoa, bilateria, pseuduocoelomate
Phylum: Mollusca
Evol Events: multicellular, eumetazoa, bilateria, coelomates, protostomes,
Class: Gastropoda (land snail)
Class: Polyplacophora
Class: Cephalopoda
Class: Bivalvia (clam)
Phylum: Annelida (round worms with segments)
Evol Events: multicellular, eumetazoa, bilateria, coelomates, protostomes
Evol Events: multicellular, eumetazoa, bilateria, coelomates, protostomes
Phylum: Arthropoda
Phylum: Echinodermata
Evol Events: multicellular, eumetazoa, bilateria, coelomates, deuterostomes
Class: Oligochaetea (no flanges, no sucker, ex: earthworm)
Class: Hirudinea (sucker at one end, ex: leech)
Class: Polychaeta (as flanges with 2 chaetes per section, ex: tubeworm)
Class: Asteroida (starfish)
Class: Holothuroidea
Class: Echinoidea (sea urchin, sand dollar)
Class: Ophiuroidea (brittle, skinny starfish)
Class: Merostomata (horseshoe crab)
Class: Arachnida (spider, scorpion)
Class: Maxillopoda (barnacle)
Class: Chilopoda
Class: Malacostraca (hermit crab, crayfish, mole crab, fiddler crab)
Order: Decapoda: crab, lobster
Class: Insecta
Order: Diptera: mosquito, fly
Hymenoptera: wasp, ants, hornets, bees
Lepidoptera: butterfly, moth
Coleoptera: beetle

Test yourself.....
Class: Anthozoa (sea pen, coral, sea anenome)
Phylum: Rotifera
Evol Events: multicellular, eumetazoa, bilateria, pseuduocoelomate
Class: Rotifera
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