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By Colleennicole | Last updated: Apr 2, 2018
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A phylum is a biological term for a level of classification below Kingdom and above Class; rotifers are what make up the phylum of microscopic pseudocoelomate animals. What can you tell us about them? Let’s take a look.
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Those in Phylum Rotifera have a characteristic ________ crown.
Those in Phylum Rotifera are usually associated with _______ ___________.
Those in Phylum Rotifera make a up a large portion of ______, and live between sandgrains on beaches.
__________ live in open water and may exhibit ___________ (changes in cycles).
They're body consists of a ________, ________, and _____.
Echinoderms are animals that belong to any member of the phylum Echinodermata. These animals are invertebrates having spiny skin which can easily be identified by their radial symmetry such as starfish, sea urchins, sand dollars,...
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