Eukaryotic Kingdoms

Kingdom Protista

Ex: Euglena, Amoeba, Paramecium, Algae, Slime Molds

protists

Kingdom Fungi

Ex: Mushrooms, molds, yeasts

mushroom

Kingdom Plantae

Ex: Trees, mosses, ferns, flowering plants

Kingdom Animalia

ANIMAL KINGDOM PHYLOGENY - see graphic

Protostomes - mouth develops first

Deuterostomes - anus develops first

Phylum Mollusca

Class Gastropoda - snails, slugs
Class Cephalopoda - squids, octopus
Class Bivalvia - Clams, oysters

snail

Phylum Annelida -- segmented worms

Polychaetes - marine predators with parapodia
Oligochaetes - terrestrial worms and leeches

worm

Phylum Arthropoda - segmented bodies, exoskeleton, jointed appendages, largest phyla

Subphylum Crustacea - crabs, lobsters
Subphylum Uniramia - insects
...........(Class Insecta), millipedes, centipedes
Subphylum Chelicerata - spiders, scorpions

spider

 

Phylum Echinodermata (starfish)

** Echinoderms have radial symmetry and a unique water vascular system for locomotion

Phylum Chordata - has notochord (dorsal nerve cord)

Lanceletes & Seas Squirts are nonvertebrate chordates
sea squirt

Subphylum Vertebrata

In vertebrates, the notochord is replaced by the vertebral column. Most vertebrates also have a head region, endoskeleton, and paired appendages.

1. Jawless Fishes (lamprey & hagfish)
2. Cartilage Fishes (sharks & rays)
3. Bony Fishes (salmon, goldfish, carp)
4. Amphibians
5. Reptiles
6. Birds
7. Mammals