What is the family genus and species of a flamingo?
The main genus of the flamingo is Phoenicopterus and the species is Phoenicopteridae. There are also six other species (4 in the Americas) and (2 in the old world). The 4 in the Americas are P. roseus, P.chilensis, P. minor, P. jamesi and the 2 in the old world are P.andinus, and P. ruber.
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it is the linniuen (incorecct spelling) classification of all living things. (I did not write the above) . It is also known as a dichotomous key.
kingdom is plantae phylum is Embryophyta class is magnoliopsida order is ericacales family is ericaceae genus is rhododendron specius is two pentanthera and tsutsuji plz put me as top contibutor
Kingdom: Animalia . Phylum: Chordata . Class: Mammalia . Order: Carnivora . Family: Canidae . Genus: Canis . Species: C. lupis (Canis lupus familiaris)
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Cnidaria Subphylum: Medusozoa Classes: Cubozoa, Hydrozoa, Polypodiozoa, Scyphozoa, Staurozoa There are over 200 species of Scyphozoa, about 50 species ofStaurozoa, about 20 species of Cubozoa, and in Hydrozoa there areabout 1000-1500 species that produce medusae (and many …morehydrozoa species that do not). ( Full Answer )
All dogs are Canis lupus familiaris (Canis is the genus, lupus is the species, and familiaris is the subspecies). This classification has been used since the 1990s. Kingdom: Animalae Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Canidae Genus: Canus Species: lupus Subspec…ies: familiaris Because purebred dogs come in breeds, you can note the breed at the end, "Breed: Labrador retriever (black)" or "(chocolate)" or "(yellow)." No other colors are possible in Labs. Before the 1990s, the dog was classified as "Canis domesticus" or "Canis familiaris." The new classification is a scientific acknowledgment that dogs and wolves are actually the same species (Canis lupus), but the dog is a subspecies (familiaris). ( Full Answer )
Genus is the first part of a binomial name, that groups together closely related species. Species is the second part of a binomial name, that is a group of living things that are so closely related, that they can breed with one another and produce offspring that can breed as well. You must include t…he genus and species when writing a binomial nomenclature. For example, you would write a humans like this: " Homo sapien" or y ou would write Homo sapien underlined. Homo is the genus and sapien is the species. ( Full Answer )
Bacteria is a domain of organisms. This means the classification of something as bacteria is "above" that of phylum. There are currently about 25 Phyla of bacteria.
The dog is scientifically classified as follows:. KINGDOM: Animalia. PHYLUM: Chordata. CLASS: Mammalia. ORDER: Carnivora. FAMILY: Canidae. GENUS: Canis. SPECIES: Canis lupus
Science-Can two species be members of the same family but not the same genus Can they be members of the same genus but not the same family Why why not?
The classification of organisms from general to specific goes: Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species. Therefor, two species the same Genus MUST be members of the same Family. However, a Family may consist of several different Genus, so species in the same Family are not neces…sarily members of the same Genus. ( Full Answer )
Phylum ahead of the class, order, family, genus and species. There are four classes; three of them are Calcarea, Hexactinellida and Demospongiae
"Clam" is too broad for order, family, genus and species. But otherwise; they are in the phylum Mollusca in the class Bivalvia, along with oysters.
Eukaryota;. Animalia;. Chordata;. Aves;. Phoenicopteriformes;. Phoenicopteridae;. Phoenicopterus; . The species are the Greater Flamingo ( P. roseus ), Lesser Flamingo ( P. minor ), Chilean Flamingo ( P. chilensis ), Jame's Flamingo ( P. jamesi ), Andean Flamingo ( P. andinus ), and the Ameri…can Flamingo ( P. ruber ). ( Full Answer )
In the Phylum Cnidaria there are quite a few classes;. Anthozoa, corals. Cubozoa, box jellies. Scyphozoa, jellyfish. Hydrozoa, hydras. Each of these classes have numerous orders, families and genera and species of their own.. There are 215 scyphozoans, for example and thousands of anthozoans..…. ( Full Answer )
There are 6 species of flamingo, belonging to two different genera. Domain: Eukaryota Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Phoenicopteriformes Family: Phoenicopteridae Greater Flamingo Genus: Phonenicopterus Species: Phoenicopterus roseus Lesser F…lamingo Genus: Phoenicopterus Species : Phoenicopterus minor Chilean Flamingo Genus: Phoenicopterus Species: Phoenicopterus chilensis James's Flamingo Genus: Phoenicoparrus Species: Phoenicoparrus jamesi Andean Flamingo Genus: Phoenicopterus Species: Phoenicopterus andinus American Flamingo Genus: Phoenicopterus Species: Phoenicopterus ruber ( Full Answer )
The classification of the Emperor penguin is as follows: Order: Sphenisciformes Family: Spheniscidae Genus: Aptenodytes Species: Aptenodytes forsteri
It is the classification of animals. you see, a while ago a man wanted a better way to classify animals. So he came up with the animal classification system. Using Kpcofgs, (Kingom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, and species,) you can narrow down a selection of alike animals to just one. A goo…d way to remember the acronym is: King Philip Comes Over From Great Spain ( Full Answer )
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Cnidaria Class: Cubozoa, Hydrozoa,Polypodiozoa, Scyphozoa, Staurozoa There are at least 12 orders. There are at least 63 families. There are over 200 species of Scyphozoa, about 50 species ofStaurozoa, about 20 species of Cubozoa, and in Hydrozoa there areabout 1000-1500 …species that produce medusae (and many morehydrozoa species that do not). ( Full Answer )
Phylum - Chordata Class - Mammalia Order - Artiodactyla Genus - Hippopotamus Species - H. Amphibius
It depends what kind of starfish you are talking about there are many diffrent species. But the common star fish ( Asterias rubens ) Is as follows. Kingdom - Animalia Phylum - Echinodermata Class - Asteroidea Order - Forcipulatida Genus - Asterias Species - rubens
Kingdom Plantae - Plants. Subkingdom Tracheobionta - Vascular plants. Superdivision Spermatophyta - Seed plants. Division Magnoliophyta - Flowering plants. Class Magnoliopsida - Dicotyledons. Subclass Asteridae. Order Asterales. Family Asteraceae - Aster family. Genus Chrysanthemum L. - da…isy . Species Chrysanthemum majus (Desf.) Asch. - daisy . ( Full Answer )
There isn't a specific one, you just have to label the taxonomy ofa lion and a tiger
COMMON NAME: penguin KINGDOM: Animalia PHYLUM: Chordata CLASS: Aves ORDER: Sphenisciformes FAMILY: Spheniscidae GENUS SPECIES: There are 17 species of penguins: â¢ emperor - Aptenodytes forsteri â¢ king - Aptenodytes patagonica â¢ AdÃ©lie - Pygoscelis adeliae â¢ g…entoo - Pygoscelis papua â¢ chinstrap - Pygoscelis antarcticus â¢ rockhopper - Eudyptes crestatus â¢ macaroni - Eudyptes chrysolophus â¢ royal - Eudyptes schlegeli â¢ Fiordland crested - Eudyptes pachyrhynchus â¢ erect-crested - Eudyptes sclateri â¢ Snares Island - Eudyptes robustus â¢ yellow-eyed - Megadyptes antipodes â¢ fairy (little blue) - Eudyptula minor â¢ Magellanic - Spheniscus magellanicus â¢ Humboldt - Spheniscus humboldti â¢ black-footed - Spheniscus demersus â¢ Galapagos - Spheniscus mendiculus ( Full Answer )
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Rodentia Family Genus Species: muroid Hope that helped :)
Kingdom:. Animalia . Subkingdom:. Eumetazoa . Superphylum:. Platyzoa . Phylum:. Platyhelminthes . Class:. Turbellaria . Order:. Seriata . Suborder:. Tricladida . Family:. Planariidae .
kingdom: plantae division: magnoliophyta class: magnoliopsida order: rosales family: rosaceae genus: Rosa species: depends what kind of rose.
Kingdom:. Animalia . Phylum:. Arthropoda . Subphylum:. Myriapoda . Class:. Chilopoda . 6 Orders . 6.1 Scutigeromorpha . 6.2 Lithobiomorpha . 6.3 Craterostigmomorpha . 6.4 Scolopendromorpha . 6.5 Geophilomorpha
Phylum : Angiosperms Class :Eudicots Order : Asterids Family : Apiales Genus : Daucus Species : D. carota
kindom: plantae phylum: unknown class: magnoliopsida order: rosales family: leguminosae genus: cannabis species: Charles projecto scientific name: Casia alata linn
Gumamela is also known as hibiscus. It belongs to the kingdomPlantae, the division Magnoliophyta, the class Magnoliopsida, theorder Malvales, the family Malvaceae, and the genus Hibiscus.
Kingdom . Animalia . Phylum:. Chordata . Subphylum:. Vertebrata . Class:. Reptilia . Order:. Squamata . Suborder:. Serpentes . Family:. Colubridae . Genus:. Rhadinaea . Species:. R. flavilata .
The 6 names are Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata class: mammalia order : Carnivora family: Canidae Genus: Vulpes
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Kingdom- Animalia Phylum- Chordata Class- Aves Order- Phoenicopteriformes Family- Phoenicopteridae Genus- Phoenicoparrus The exact species depends on what flamingo you are specifically talking about, as there are more than one.
Kingdom:. Animalia . Phylum:. Chordata . Class:. Mammalia . Infraclass:. Eutheria . Superorder:. Xenarthra . Order:. Cingulata .
pill bugs Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Malacostraca Order: Isopoda Family: Armadillidiidae genus: Species: Armadillilium vulgare
There are approximately 25 species of hamster, so they cannot be classified down to species as a lumped together group, however they are in the kingdom animalia, the phylum chordata, class mammalia, order rodentia, and the lowest level of classification that can apply to all 'hamsters' is the subfam…ily Cricetinae. ( Full Answer )
The classification of the Giant Panda is as follows: Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Subclass: Theria Infraclass: Eutheria Order: Carnivora Family: Ursidae Genus: Ailuropoda Species: melanoleuca Thus the scientific name of the Giant Panda is Ailuropoda melanoleuca…. ( Full Answer )
Arthopada is the phylum, crustacean is the class, and from there, there are many families, genus', and species'
I've edited the first answer in here since YOU wrote it along with the question ! Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Primates Family: Hominidae Genus: Homo Species Homo sapiens
It differs from species to species. For example, let us take Western sand dollars. Their scientific name is Dendraster excentricus. Family name is Dendstrasteridae Genus is Dendraster. Species is Dendraster excentricus .
primates are an order...kingdom metazoa, im not sure about the phylum, probably mammalia. If you were talking about humans you would say our family is hominoidea, genus homo species sapiens. There's a bunch of other stuff in between. Actually, if you were to get anything out of this answer then i…t's that all of these 'orders' of classification make no sense. It doesn't make sense to compare groups over these levels because they are not parallel to one another in the sense that there is nothing making a family a family; only species matter in this respect. Beyond that their relationships with one another is phylogenetic, defined by a whole bunch of branches, some of which we designate to by orders families, etc., and some others that we don't. ( Full Answer )
There are numerous species of what we call "Jellyfish." There are five classes of jellyfish: Cubozoa, Hydrozoa, Polypodiozoa, Scyphozoa, and Staurozoa. There are 12 Orders within the various Classes, then numerous families and genera resulting in an estimated 1,700 - 2,000 species.
All whales belong to the same phylum, class and order (listed below). What family, genus and species a whale belongs to depends on the whale. Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Cetacea
All grasshoppers have the same classification: Kingdom: Animalia,Phylum: Arthropoda, Subphylum: Hexapoda, Class: Insecta and Order:Orthoptera. The family, genus and species depends on the specifictype of grasshopper.
More than one species of tortoise exist, however the usage of the word 'tortoise' is not widely agreed upon. Recently, the word 'tortoise' has been re-applied by biologists to mean only species which are entirely terrestrial (such as the Galapagous tortoise). For the Galapagos tortoise: . Ki…ngdom:. Animalia. Phylum:. Chordata. Class:. Reptilia. Order:. Testudines. Suborder:. Cryptodira. Family:. Testudinidae. Genus:. Chelonoidis . Species:. C. nigra . ( Full Answer )
No; if they belong to the same genus then they have to belong to the same family.
'Squid' are an Order of cephalopods consisting of numerous families, genera and species. Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Mollusca, Class: Cephalopoda, Order: Teuthida. Any species with the above, is considered a squid.
Skink is not a single species but a family. Skinks are in thefamily Scincidae, which has well over a thousand species.
The Flamingo could have one of three genus names: . Phoenicopterus . Phoeniconaias . Phoenicoparrus Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Clade: Dinosauria Class: Aves Order: Phoenicopteriformes Family: Phoenicopteridae Genus/Species: Chilean flamingo -- Phoenicopterus chilensis American flamingo… -- Phoenicopterus ruber Greater flamingo -- Phoenicopterus roseus Lesser flamingo -- Phoeniconaias minor Andean flamingo -- Phoenicoparrus andinus James's flamingo -- Phoenicoparrus jamesi ( Full Answer )
Whales are too diverse a group for this to be answered precisely.Please be more specific as to which type of whale.