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  • The Annelids (Phylum Annelida) - Earth Life

    The Annelids (Phylum Annelida) - Earth Life

    An introduction to the biology, classification and ecology of Earthworms, Ragworms and Leeches the phylum Annelidahttp://www.earthlife.net/inverts/annelida.html
  • Diversity of Living Things: Annelida - YouTube

    Diversity of Living Things: Annelida - YouTube

    I explore the wonderful world of annelids, with a focus on their classification, body plans, nutrition, reproduction, life span, lifestyle and evolution.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIpLIXV4p7Q
  • Phylum - definition of phylum by The Free Dictionary

    Phylum - definition of phylum by The Free Dictionary

    phy·lum (fī′ləm) n. pl. phy·la (-lə) 1. Biology A taxonomic category of organisms ranking below a kingdom and above a class. In the classification of plants ...http://www.thefreedictionary.com/phylum
  • Characteristics of the Animal Phyla | eHow

    Characteristics of the Animal Phyla | eHow

    Characteristics of the Animal Phyla. In the biological classification of species, a phylum is a group that is part of one of the six large kingdoms: Plantae, Fungi ...http://www.ehow.com/info_8457951_characteristics-animal-phyla.html
  • Phylum - Biology-Online Dictionary

    Phylum - Biology-Online Dictionary

    Please contribute to this project, if you have more information about this term feel free to edit this page.http://www.biology-online.org/dictionary/Phylum
  • Annelida Information - Tree of Life Web Project

    Annelida Information - Tree of Life Web Project

    Characteristics Synapomorphies of Annelida. The monophyly of Annelida is not well supported and only two morphological features are worthy of discussion; segmentation ...http://www.tolweb.org/Annelida
  • Worm Classification - Wiggly World

    Worm Classification - Wiggly World

    Worms are in a very broad category that is not officially classified in any scientific sense. While most worms are limbless invertebrates, some worms are actually ...http://www.wigglyworld.org/worm-classification/
  • How to Remember the Phylum for an Animal | eHow

    How to Remember the Phylum for an Animal | eHow

    How to Remember the Phylum for an Animal. There are millions of plant and animal species on Earth. Scientists identify different species according to a classification ...http://www.ehow.com/how_8214097_remember-phylum-animal.html
  • Rocky Shore Species by Classification - The Sea Shore

    Rocky Shore Species by Classification - The Sea Shore

    Rocky Shore Species by Classification. Scroll down the page to find the kingdoms, phylum groups and species. For the animals they are arranged, approximately in the ...http://www.theseashore.org.uk/theseashore/SpeciesPages/Spp%20Classification.htm
  • General Biology/Classification of Living Things/Eukaryotes ...

    General Biology/Classification of Living Things/Eukaryotes ...

    Name means "pore-bearing". This phylum consists of the sponges. The number of species is estimated to be between 5,000 and 10,000. All are aquatic and almost all are ...https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/General_Biology/Classification_of_Living_Things/Eukaryotes/Animals/Phyla
  • Kingdom Animalia: Phylum Coelenterata - YouTube

    Kingdom Animalia: Phylum Coelenterata - YouTube

    This video explains the general characteristics of Phylum Coelenterata which is a classification of Kingdom Animalia. This is a product of Mexus Education ...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1WBZGe2_OzM
  • Common Earthworm Classification (Taxonomy) and Characteristics

    Common Earthworm Classification (Taxonomy) and Characteristics

    Common Earthworm Classification (Taxonomy) and Characteristics. Earthworms are intriguing creatures that play a discreet, yet vital role in the natural cycle of life.http://www.buzzle.com/articles/earthworm-classification-taxonomy.html
  • A simple guide to the classification of animals - Virgin Media

    A simple guide to the classification of animals - Virgin Media

    A simple guide to the classification of animals. Introduction; Classification into Groups; The Linnaean Classification System; Kingdom; Phylum; Class; Orderhttp://www.barrygray.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/Tutoring/AnClass.html

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