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Taxonomy Traits of Kingdom Animalia

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Level of Organization: Porifera
Cellular
Level of Organization: Cnidaria - Chordata
Tissues
Germ Layers: Porifera
None
Germ Layers: Cnidaria
Diploblastic (Endoderm and Ectoderm)
Germ Layers: Platyhelminthes - Chordata
Triploblastic (Endoderm, Mesoderm, and Ectoderm)
Type of Symmetry: Porifera
Asymmetrical
Type of Symmetry: Cnidaria
Radial
Type of symmetry: Platyhelminthes - Chordata
Bilateral
Type of Symmetry: Echinodrmata
Radial/adults, Bilateral/young
Type of Body Cavity: Porifera - Platyhelminthes
Acoelomates
Type of Body Cavity: Nematoda
Psuedocoelomates
Type of Body Cavity: Mollusca - Chordata
Coelomate
Segmentation: Porifera - Nematoda
No (Segmentation)
Segmentation: Mollusca
Some (Segmentation)
Segmentation: Annelida - Chordata
Yes (Segmentation)
Cephalization: Porifera
No (Cephalization)
Cephalization: Cnidaria
Some (Cephalization)
Cephalization: Platyhelminthes
Some (Cephalization)
Cephalization: Nematoda
No (Cephalization)
Cephalization: Mollusca
Some (Cephalization)
Cephalization: Annelida - Chordata
Yes (Cephalization)
Type of Development: Porifera - Arthropoda
Protostome
Type of Development: Echinodermata - Chordata
Deuterostome
Habitat: Porifera
Water (Fresh and Marine)
Habitat: Cnidaria
Water (Marine)
Habitat: Platyhelminthes
Water (Fresh), Soil, Hosts
Habitat: Annelida
Terrestrial, Water (Fresh and Marine)
Habitat: Mollusca
Terrestrial. Water (Fresh and Marine)
Habitat: Echinodermata
Water (Marine)
Diet: Porifera
Filter Feed
Diet: Cnidaria
Predators (sting prey with tentacles)
Diet: Platyhelminthes
Parasitic and Free Living
Diet: Nematoda
Parasitic and Predators
Diet: Annelida
Parasitic and Decomposers
Diet: Mollusca - Echinodermata
Filter Feed, Predators, and Herbivores
Digestion: Porifera
Choanocytes
Digestion: Cnidaria
Gut cavity. Phagocytosis
Digestion: Platyhelminthes
Incomplete Gut. One way.
Digestion: Nematoda
Absorb from host (parasitic) and Complete Digestive system (predators)
Digestion: Annelida
Complete Digestion System
Digestion: Mollusca
Radula
Digestion: Echinodermata
Thru water.
Support Structures: Porifera
Spicules (Spongin or Silca)
Support Structures: Cnidaria
Cnidocytes
Support Structures: Platyhelminthes
Circular and Longitudinal muscles.
Support Structures: Nematoda
Thick Cuticle and Longitudinal muscles.
Support Structures: Annelida
Setae
Support Structures: Mollusca
Shells and Mantle
Support Structures: Echinodermata
Spines, Ossicles, and Calcium-rich planes
Circulation: Porifera - Nematoda
None (Circulation)
Circulation: Annelida
Closed (Circulation)(1st phylum with true)
Circulation: Mollusca
Closed and Open (Circulation)
Circulation: Echinodermata
Open (Circulation)
Locomotion: Porifera
Sessile (As adults) Mobile (As young)
Locomotion: Cnidaria - Echinodermata
Mobile
Locomotion: Echinodermata
Tube Feet
Main Divisions of Body: Crustaceans
Abdomen and Cephathorax
Main Division of Body: Arachnids
Prosoma and Opisthosoma
Main Division of Body: Insects
Head, Thorax, Abdomen
Main Division of Body: Chilopods - Diplopods
Head and Numerous body segments
Locomotion Structures: Crustaceans
Walking Legs and Swimmers
Locomotion Structures: Arachnids, Chilopods, and Diplopods
Legs
Locomotion Structures: Insects
Wings and Legs
Other Appendages: Crustaceans
Claw (Chelipod) and Telson (Uropod)
Other Appendages: Arachnids
Spinnerets and Pedipalps
Other Appendages: Insects and Chilopods
Pincers (Some)
Antennae: Crustaceans
2 pair
Antennae: Arachnids
0
Antennae: Insects, Chilopods, and Diplopods
1 pair
Mouthparts: Arachnids
Chilicerae
Mouthparts: Crustaceans, Insects, Chilopods and Diplopods
Mandibles
Eyes: Crustaceans - Diplopods
Ocelli and Compound
Respiration: Crustaceans
Gills
Respiration: Arachnids
Book Lungs
Respiration: Insects
Spiracles
Respiration: Chilopods and Diplopods
Lutancous or Tracheal
Legs: Crustaceans
10 (Decapods)
Legs: Arachnids
8
Legs: Insects
6
Legs: Chilopods
1 per segment
Legs: Diplopods
2 per segment