.
Characteristics:
Soft bodies
Hard Shells
Live on land or in water
have a circulatory system and a complex
nervous syst...
Vampire squid
grass squid
bobtail squid
Cuttlefish have an internal shell the cuttlebone, large W-shaped pupils, and eight arms
and two tentacles furnished with d...
OCTOPUSES
Bivalves
2 shells hinged
together
clams, oysters,
scallops and mussels
Class Gastropoda
-snails and slugs
-may have 1 shell
-stomach-footed -
move on stomach
NUDIBRANCH
chitons
LIMPETS
Phylum Echinodermata
(Spiny-skinned animals)
Characteristics:
Hard, spiny skinned
Live in salt water
Radial symmetry
W...
Examples of living
echinoderm classes
Asteroidea
- Starfish or Sea Stars
Crinoidea
- Feather Stars
Ophiuroidea
- Brittl...
Class Echinoidea
(sand dollars & sea urchins)
Sand Dollar.mp4
Class Holothuroidea
Sea Cucumber
Class Asteroidea
(starfish or sea star)
10/07/13 PHYLUM ECHINODERMATA 30
Class Crinoidea
(crinoids or “sea lilies”)
Diagram illustrating the major body parts of a...
Crinoidal limestone, consis-ting
mainly of crinoid columnals.
Reconstruction of crinoids growing
on the seafloor during th...
Class Ophiuroidea
(brittle stars)
Green brittle star
(Ophiarachna incrassata)
Fossil brittle star (Palaeocoma
egertoni) fr...
A Middle Ordovician Cystaster edrioasteroid.
Most common brittle star in the world
Ophiactis savignyi
Sea cucumber (holothuroidea)
starfish
Phylum Arthropoda
(joint-legged animals)
Characteristics:
Body divided into sections/segments
Exoskeleton
Jointed legs
...
crab
lobster
M
E
T
A
M
O
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Tarantula
Brown Recluse Spider
Class Maxilopoda:
Subclass Copepoda -
Stalkless Barnacle
ectoparasite
Class Insecta
with antennae
3 pairs of legs
3 body regions - head,
thorax & abdomen
The six include mandibles for cutting through the host's skin. They are blade-like tips which are enclosed within the prob...
WINGS
Class Chilopoda
Centipedes are usually terrestrial
carnivores
Have 1 pair of antennae
I pair of leg per segment
Often ...
Class Diplopoda
Millipedes
segmented animals
Have 2 pairs of legs per
segment
Primarily herbivores &
decomposers
Characteristics:
Bilateral symmetry.
With segmented bodies, which
include segmented muscles.
With a well–developed coel...
With pharyngeal or gill slits at
some points in their life. 
Have ventral heart, with blood
vessels and a closed circula...
5 Classes
Class Amphibia
With bony endoskeletons, usually
four legs
Require water at some stage of
life cycle
Skin serves as resp...
Class Aves
With feathers, horny beaks, scaly
legs and they are egg-laying
With wings for flight and with
lightweight bon...
Classes of fish
Jawless fishes with eel –like body with no
paired fins
Jawed fishes (ex. Cartilaginous fishes or
placode...
Class Reptilia
with scaly skin which is resistant to
drying
With copulatory organ and produce
amniotic eggs
Ex. crocodi...
Class Reptilia
Class Mammalia
2 Egg-laying ex. Platypus, Echidna
Bigger brains
With mammary glands to nourish
their young
Covered wit...
Class Mammalia
Mammals
Mammals
Cats
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  1. 1. .
  2. 2. Characteristics: Soft bodies Hard Shells Live on land or in water have a circulatory system and a complex nervous system. Important food source for humans
  3. 3. Vampire squid grass squid bobtail squid
  4. 4. Cuttlefish have an internal shell the cuttlebone, large W-shaped pupils, and eight arms and two tentacles furnished with denticulated suckers, with which they secure their prey.
  5. 5. OCTOPUSES
  6. 6. Bivalves 2 shells hinged together clams, oysters, scallops and mussels
  7. 7. Class Gastropoda -snails and slugs -may have 1 shell -stomach-footed - move on stomach
  8. 8. NUDIBRANCH
  9. 9. chitons
  10. 10. LIMPETS
  11. 11. Phylum Echinodermata (Spiny-skinned animals) Characteristics: Hard, spiny skinned Live in salt water Radial symmetry With endoskeleton
  12. 12. Examples of living echinoderm classes Asteroidea - Starfish or Sea Stars Crinoidea - Feather Stars Ophiuroidea - Brittle Stars Echinoidea - Sea Urchins and Sand Dollars Holothuroidea - Sea Cucumbers
  13. 13. Class Echinoidea (sand dollars & sea urchins) Sand Dollar.mp4
  14. 14. Class Holothuroidea Sea Cucumber
  15. 15. Class Asteroidea (starfish or sea star)
  16. 16. 10/07/13 PHYLUM ECHINODERMATA 30 Class Crinoidea (crinoids or “sea lilies”) Diagram illustrating the major body parts of a crinoid. Feather star. Fossil of a prehistoric stalked crinoid.
  17. 17. Crinoidal limestone, consis-ting mainly of crinoid columnals. Reconstruction of crinoids growing on the seafloor during the Mississippian.
  18. 18. Class Ophiuroidea (brittle stars) Green brittle star (Ophiarachna incrassata) Fossil brittle star (Palaeocoma egertoni) from the Jurassic of England
  19. 19. A Middle Ordovician Cystaster edrioasteroid.
  20. 20. Most common brittle star in the world Ophiactis savignyi Sea cucumber (holothuroidea) starfish
  21. 21. Phylum Arthropoda (joint-legged animals) Characteristics: Body divided into sections/segments Exoskeleton Jointed legs well developed nervous system largest group of organisms on earth
  22. 22. crab lobster
  23. 23. M E T A M O r
  24. 24. Tarantula Brown Recluse Spider
  25. 25. Class Maxilopoda: Subclass Copepoda - Stalkless Barnacle
  26. 26. ectoparasite Class Insecta with antennae 3 pairs of legs 3 body regions - head, thorax & abdomen
  27. 27. The six include mandibles for cutting through the host's skin. They are blade-like tips which are enclosed within the proboscis and are protruded to its tip only when the mosquito requires a blood meal. Only then are they protruded through the outer tube to make a sharp surgical incision. Mosquito Mandible Then there is the labrum-epipharynx which during the act of biting, becomes a complete tube called the food canal through which blood is drawn. Whenever the mosquito bites, its saliva is transferred to the wound through the hypopharynx.
  28. 28. WINGS
  29. 29. Class Chilopoda Centipedes are usually terrestrial carnivores Have 1 pair of antennae I pair of leg per segment Often poisonous, using modified front claws to immobilize prey
  30. 30. Class Diplopoda Millipedes segmented animals Have 2 pairs of legs per segment Primarily herbivores & decomposers
  31. 31. Characteristics: Bilateral symmetry. With segmented bodies, which include segmented muscles. With a well–developed coelom. With hollow nerve cord that usually ends with a brain. With post anal tail at some point in their life.  
  32. 32. With pharyngeal or gill slits at some points in their life.  Have ventral heart, with blood vessels and a closed circulatory system With complete digestive system, meaning that they have a different anus and mouth. With endoskeleton made out of either bone or cartilage.
  33. 33. 5 Classes
  34. 34. Class Amphibia With bony endoskeletons, usually four legs Require water at some stage of life cycle Skin serves as respiratory organ Ex . Frogs, salamanders, caecilians
  35. 35. Class Aves With feathers, horny beaks, scaly legs and they are egg-laying With wings for flight and with lightweight bones Ex. Ducks, doves, chicken
  36. 36. Classes of fish Jawless fishes with eel –like body with no paired fins Jawed fishes (ex. Cartilaginous fishes or placoderms) with bony elements and pairs of fins. Bony fishes( 96% of living species) Ex. Tuna, goldfish, eel, etc.
  37. 37. Class Reptilia with scaly skin which is resistant to drying With copulatory organ and produce amniotic eggs Ex. crocodiles, turtles, snakes, lizard, tuataras.
  38. 38. Class Reptilia
  39. 39. Class Mammalia 2 Egg-laying ex. Platypus, Echidna Bigger brains With mammary glands to nourish their young Covered with hair except the whales Has specialized teeth
  40. 40. Class Mammalia
  41. 41. Mammals
  42. 42. Mammals Cats
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