Articulata

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From Latin articulāta (articulated, jointed).

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Articulata

  1. A taxonomic subclass within the class Crinoidea – the surviving crinoids, including feather stars and sea lilies.
  2. A taxonomic suborder within the order Cyclostomatida – certain Bryozoa.
  3. (dated) A taxonomic division within the subphylum Brachiopoda – all groups with articulating hinges, approximately the same as the phylum Rhynchonelliformea.
  4. (dated) One of four groups into which Cuvier proposed dividing the animal kingdom
    1. (sensu strictu) A group containing Annelida, Pentastomida, Tardigrada, Onychophora, Arthropoda
    2. (sensu latu) The sensu strictu group plus Mollusca, Sipuncula, Chaetognatha, Pogonophora.

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