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2012-03-28 22:45:58
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The only common groups for them would be the Doman Eukaryia and the kingdom Animalia, beyond that they are separated into a number of invertebrate phyla; those phyla being every single animal phyla except for Chordata.

They are not alive and there for do not have a phyla.

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Phyla is the plural of phylum. One phylum, many phyla.

yes prokaryotes have prokaryotes

Every animal phyla except for Chordata are the main phyla of invertebrates.

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They're not, really. The animal kingdom is divided into multiple phyla, such as arthropods, molluscs and roundworms. Vertebrates are only one of these phyla. They're classified according to their traits and evolutionary history, and grouped according to their relation to one another.

Kingdom is the term for a group of related phyla.

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