Asked in Vertebrates
What is the difference between an invertebrate and vertebrate organism?
the difference between them is that vertebrate has a backbone and an invertebrate does not for example,worm is invertebrate and a dog is a vertebrate. ...
Asked in Zoology or Animal Biology, Invertebrates
Is a wasp a invertebrate?
No, and invertebrate is a creature that has no spine, such as a slug or a worm. A vertebrate is the opposite, such as a human, dog, cat, etc. A wasp, being an insect, has a ectoskeleton, a skeleton outside of the skin, like an ant. They are neighter vertebrate nor invertebrate. :) ...