animal group

  1. a group of animals
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  • The evidence of palaeontology is deficient, if for no other reason than that many animal organisms could not be preserved at all on account of their soft bodies; many animal groups have, nevertheless, received an unusual increase (mollusks, radiata, fish, saurians, vertebrates, and dendroid plants). At the Deathbed of Darwinism A Series of Papers
  • Such peculiarities in combination with great reproductive potential and other advanced features of holometabolous insects make staphylinids an evolutionarily very successful animal group.
  • But Darwin knew that the major animal groups-which modern biologists call "phyla" - appeared fully formed in what were at the time the earliest known fossil-bearing rocks, deposited during a geological period known as the Cambrian. Evolution News & Views
  • Vertebrates were once the only major animal group not found fossilised in the Cambrian system of rocks.
  • All eusocial animal groups exhibit some form of division of labor.
  • Monogamy is rare in most animal groups, but is common among birds.
  • This famous site in British Columbia has yielded much fundamental information on the early radiation of the major animal groups.
  • Monogamy is rare in most animal groups, but is common among birds.
  • Other eusocial animal groups defend themselves with stingers, mandibles, and sharp teeth.
  • Common larval types are used to deduce a radially symmetrical, medusa-like organism as the common ancestor for all animal groups above coelenterates, i.e., for all triploblastic animals.
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