Aléegunẹ̀yìn

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Àwọn Aléegunẹ́yìn
Vertebrates
Fossil range: Cambrian-Recent,[1] 525–0 Ma
Individual organisms from each major vertebrate group. Clockwise, starting from top left:

Fire Salamander, Saltwater Crocodile, Southern Cassowary, Black-and-rufous Giant Elephant Shrew, Ocean Sunfish

Scientific classification
Kingdom: Àwọn Ẹranko
Superphylum: Deuterostoma
Phylum: Chordata
(unranked) Craniata
Subphylum: Àwọn Aléegunẹ́yìn (Vertebrata)
Cuvier, 1812
Simplified grouping (see text)

Àwọn ẹranko Aléegunẹ́yìn ('Vertebrata) ni won wa ninu abe iruara Àwọn Aléegunẹ́yìn ti chordates ti won ni eguneyin ati egun-opo iyira. Iru eda bi 58,000 aleeguneyin lo wa.[2]




Itokasi[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  1. Shu et al.; Luo, H-L.; Conway Morris, S.; Zhang, X-L.; Hu, S-X.; Chen, L.; Han, J.; Zhu, M. et al. (November 4, 1999). "Lower Cambrian vertebrates from south China". Nature 402: 42–46. doi:10.1038/46965. 
  2. Jonathan E.M. Baillie, et al. (2004). "A Global Species Assessment". World Conservation Union. http://www.iucn.org/bookstore/HTML-books/Red%20List%202004/completed/table2.1.html.