A Phylum in the Kingdom Animalia.
The Phylum Protozoa is a member of the Kingdom Animalia. Here is the complete "parentage" of Protozoa:
The Phylum Protozoa is further organized into finer groupings including:
- Family (16): Acanthocistidae · Actinosphaeridae · Anomalinidae · Ataxophragmiidae · Camerinidae · Eouvigerinidae · Fusulinidae · Heterophyridae · Islandiellidae · Loftusiidae · Peneropidae · Planomalinidae · Protozoa · Raphidiophyidae · Turrilinidae · Vahlkampfidae
- Species: ZipcodeZoo has pages for 30 species and subspecies in the Phylum Protozoa.
The Fusulinidae is a family of fusulinacean Foraminifera from the upper Carboniferous (Lower Pennsylvanian, Morrowan) to the Upper Permian (Guadalupian), tests of which are fusiform to subcylindrical with walls of two to four layers. Are planispirally coiled throughout or with early whorls at a distinct angle to the later plane of coiling. Septa, flat to well fluted; tunnel, single; chomata variable in development. [more]
More info about the Family Vahlkampfidae may be found here.
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