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A large class of sedentary marine coelenterates that includes the sea anemones and corals. They are either solitary or colonial, and have a central mouth surrounded by tentacles.
- ‘Their phylogenetic positions, within Medusozoa and Anthozoa respectively, do not provide any information about whether these animals retain ancestral states for other characters under study.’
- ‘The Anthozoa (sea anemones and corals) possess only the polyp form.’
- ‘In the context of relationships among cnidarian taxa assigned the Linnaean rank of class, Anthozoa may be perceived as basal.’
- ‘Color diversity and the corresponding complexity of the protein organization evolved independently in several Anthozoa lineages, as well as in Hydrozoa.’
- ‘In any case, there is molecular evidence to suggest that the Anthozoa are the earliest branch of the phylum Cnidaria.’
Modern Latin (plural), from Greek anthos flower + zōia animals.
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