Yes, a butterfly fish is a vertebrate. A vertebrate is an animal that has a backbone, or spine, also known as Subphylum Vertebrata.
FISH SWIMS IN WATER butterfly fly in ground air they are alike they breath.
No. Butterflies are insects, in the phylum arthropoda. Mammals are vertebrates, in the phylum chordata.
Butterfly fish can grow up to 5 inches in length. However, in an aquarium setting, they may grow no larger than four inches. The African butterfly fish is a freshwater fish that can live up to five years.
The main enemy of the blue morpho butterfly is man. Spiders, birds, and fish are also included.
I'm not really sure how much they weigh.that depends on the type of butterfly.
Yes it is.
Butterfly fish are fish, not butterflies, and all species of fish are vertebrates. They have a spine and spinal cord, and an internal skeleton. They belong to the Phylum Chordata. Mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians are all vertebrates.
Nope... a butterfly is an insect - an invertebrate.
A cartilage fish, such as a shark, is a vertebrate.
A dog is a vertebrate because it has a backbone and a butterfly is a invertebrate because it doesnt have a backbone!
A butterfly is an invertebrate.
A rainbow fish has a spine, so is a vertebrate.
The cray-fish is a vertebrate. It has a backbone.
Yes, a remora is a vertebrate.
a fish with a backbone
No it is a vertebrate. Fish have a backbone. Invertebrates do not have a backbone.
Bangus or milk fish is a type of fish so, therefore it is vertebrate