Frogs have backbones
Jellyfish do not have backbones therefore they are known as invertebrates. Jellyfish belong to the to the phylum Cnidaria group of species.
All jellyfish are classified under the phylum Cnidaria and the subphylum Medusazoa.
bilateral symmetry is not the characteristic of a single animal or phylum. phylum platyhelminthes, phylum nematoda, phylum annelida, phylum arthropoda, phylum mollusca, phylum echinodermata in the larval stage and vertebrates are bilaterally symetrical
In the Kingdom Animalia, there are nine major phyla:Phylum Porifera (sponges) Phylum Cnidaria (jellyfish) Phylum Platyhelminthes (flatworms) Phylum Nematoda (roundworms)Phylum Annelida (earthworms)Phylum Mollusca (snails)Phylum Echindodermata (starfish)Phylum Arthropoda (lobsters)Phylum Chordata (humans)
animals within the phylum Arthropoda
Frogs have backbones.
Jellyfish belong to the phylum Cnidaria.
Jellyfish are in the Phylum: Cnidaria
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Jellyfish and corla belong to the Cnidaria phylum.
all organisms in the deuteromycota phylum are different which is why this phylum is known as the imperfect fungi group. the only characteristic that the fungi in the phylum have in common is they all have cell walls.
All jellyfish belong to the phylum Cnidaria.
The phylum of the box jellyfish is Cnidaria. The kingdom for the box jellyfish is animalia and the class is Cubozoa.
Coral and Jellyfish are classified together because share characteristic such as radically symmetrical, simple net nervous system, distinct larva stage. The classification is the phylum Cnidaria.
none of the above. a jellyfish is from the cnidaria phylum.