What are the four major phyla of animallike protists? How do members of each of these groups move?
Animallike protists that swim using flagella are classified in the phylum Zoomastigina and are often referred to as zooflagellates. Sarcodines are animallike protists that use pseudopods for feeding and movement. Members of the phylum Ciliophora, known as ciliates, use cilia for feeding and movement. Members of the phylum Sporozoa do not move on their own and are parasitic.