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MONTESSORI CORAL REEF FIELD GUIDE

CHORDATA (PHYLUM)

Tunicata (Urochordata) (SUBPHYLUM)

Ascidians (CLASS)

 (ORDER)

 

Picture: Montessori Magnet School 5/2004

Habitat:  Worldwide in tropical seas.

Size: of up to four inches in height.

Food: plankton

Interesting Fact: 1,600 species of marine animals are in this subphylum.  The yellow-Green Sea Squirt is a solitary urn-shaped zooid. Large and few oral siphons. Variable in color.

Michael

Yellow-Green Sea Squirt. 

FAMILY:

More Information: Learn why Sea Squirts are in the Chordate Phylum.

Fish Base:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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