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Are snails and butterflies in the same phylum?


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Maxwell
2020-04-20 14:43:47
2020-04-20 14:43:47

Not at all, butterflies are from the phylum Arthropoda and snails are in the phylum Mollusca.


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Anonymous
2020-04-30 10:21:37
2020-04-30 10:21:37

How am I supposed to know?


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Anonymous
2020-04-14 22:35:42
2020-04-14 22:35:42

No


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Anonymous
2020-04-11 01:16:49
2020-04-11 01:16:49

No


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Anonymous
2020-05-07 14:41:18
2020-05-07 14:41:18

Yes they are in your . honestly don't know

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Snails are of the phylum Mollusca.

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All snails are in the phylum Mollusca. No, a snail belongs to the Phylum Molluscs and the sub-phylum Gastropods.

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Snails have a shell, but no spine. Butterflies have an exoskeleton, but no spine. The defining characteristic for all vertebrates is a spine, so neither snails or butterflies are vertebrates.

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not to sure No. Not even in the same kingdom, or phylum. Only organisms in the plant kingdom live by means of photosynthesis. Snails are in the animal kingdom phylum mollusca


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