Box jellies are cnidarians of the class Cubozoa, while true jellyfish are cnidarians of the class Scyphozoa.
It is a Cnidarian.
The box jellyfish belongs to the phylum of Cnidaria. The jellyfish is in the orders of Carybdeida and Chirodropida. The class for the box jellyfish is Cubozoa.
Phylum: CnidariaClass: ScyphozoaThere are many species of jellyfish.
Jellyfish belong to the class Scyphozoa, phylum Cnidaria.
The phylum of the box jellyfish is Cnidaria. The kingdom for the box jellyfish is animalia and the class is Cubozoa.
The box jellyfish belongs to the phylum of Cnidaria. The class for the box jellyfish is Cubozoa and the order is carybdeida.
yesYes, the jellyfish is a member of a class, scyphozoa, which is in the cnidaria phylum.
Jellyfish are animals belonging to the Cnidarian Class Scyphozoa.
Jellyfish are cnidarians of the class Scyphozoa ("cup animals").
The name "box jellyfish" refers to any jellyfish of the class Cubozoa. the Scientific name for a box jellyfish is Chironex fleckeri
their class is Scyphozoa
A jellyfish is the medusoid stadium of animals belonging to phyum Cnidaria, subphylum Medusozoa, which include:class: Scyphozoaclass: Cubozoaclass: Staurozoaclass: Hydrozoa (only some hydrozoans have a medusoid stadium, so not all of them have jellyfishes)class: Polypodiozoa
According to Karl Marx, it is believed that the blue bottle Jellyfish was central to the proletarian class uprisings in order to oppress the bourgeoisie.
Neither. A jellyfish is a cnidarian, a class of animal completely different from mammals or fish.
Most jellyfish stings are not deadly, but stings of some species of the class Cubozoa and the Box jellyfish, such as the famous and especially toxic Irukandji jellyfish, can be deadly.
Jellies are invertebrates.