Jellyfish and corla belong to the Cnidaria phylum.
Jellyfish belong to the phylum Cnidaria.
Jellyfish belong the phylum "Cnidaria" which is part of the kingdom "Animalia".
All jellyfish belong to the phylum Cnidaria.
Jellyfish belong to the phylum Cnidaria and octopuses belong to phylum Mollusca.
Jellyfish belong to the phylum Cnidaria. This same phylum includes coral.
CnidariaPhylum: Cnidariaits in the cnidaria phylum
Jellyfish are a member of the the the phylum Cnidaria. They are not (true) fish who belong to the phylum Chordata.
Jellyfish belong to the phylum Cnidaria family.
Jellyfish do not have backbones therefore they are known as invertebrates. Jellyfish belong to the to the phylum Cnidaria group of species.
Jellyfishes belong to Phylum Cnidaria.
Jellyfish belong to the class Scyphozoa, phylum Cnidaria.
Backbones is a character exclusive to the Phylum Chordata, while jellyfish belong to the Phylum Cnidaria.
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I think it's phylum inchordata.
If Creation Wiki is anything to judge by, all jellyfish are in p. Cnidaria.
Yes they certainly do.
Phylum: CnidariaClasses: Cubozoa, Hydrozoa, Polypodiozoa, Scyphozoa, Staurozoa
The phylum of a Sea Anemone is Phylum Cnidarian. Jellyfish and Portugese Man of War also belong to this group.
Yes, jellyfish, coral and anemones are of the Cnidarian Phylum. (aka Coelenterate ) these all have stinging cells known as nematocysts. =]
Jellyfish belong to the Medusozoa subphylum. The classes of jellyfish include cubozoa, hydrozoa, polypodiozoa, scyphozoa, and staurozoa. They are under the kingdom of Animalia and phylum of cnidaria.
No; all jellyfish are carnivores.Jellyfish are not herbivores. They are carnivores that feed on zooplankton, fish eggs, and crustaceans. Jellyfish are invertebrate marine animals that belong to the phylum Cnidaria.
Jellyfish and coral are Cnidaria. The tapeworm is Platyhelminthes.