font settings

Font Size: Large | Normal | Small
Font Face: Verdana | Geneva | Georgia

Dinozoa

(Subphylum)

Overview

[ Back to top ]

A Subphylum in the Kingdom Protozoa.

Photos

[ Back to top ]

Taxonomy

[ Back to top ]

The Subphylum Dinozoa is a member of the Phylum Myzozoa. Here is the complete "parentage" of Dinozoa:

The Subphylum Dinozoa is further organized into finer groupings including:

Families

[ Back to top ]

Acanthomorphitidae

[more]

Actiniscaceae

[more]

Adinimonadaceae

[more]

Amoebophryaceae

Amoebophyra (or Amoebophrya) is a genus of dinoflagellate. [more]

Amphisoleniaceae

[more]

Apodiniaceae

[more]

Archaeosphaerodiniopsidaceae

[more]

Blastodiniaceae

[more]

Brachydiniaceae

[more]

Cachonellaceae

[more]

Ceratiaceae

[more]

Ceratocoryaceae

[more]

Ceratoperidiniaceae

[more]

Chytriodiniaceae

[more]

Cladopyxiaceae

[more]

Coccidiniaceae

[more]

Colpodellidae

Colpodella is a genus of alveolates comprising 5 species, and two further possible species: They share all the synapomorphies of apicomplexans, but are free-living, rather than parasitic. Many members of this genus were previously assigned to a different genus - . [more]

Crypthecodiniaceae

[more]

Desmocapsaceae

[more]

Desmomastigaceae

[more]

Dinamoebaceae

[more]

Dinocloniaceae

[more]

Dinophysiaceae

[more]

Dinosphaeraceae

[more]

Duboscquellaceae

Duboscquella is a genus of Alveolata. [more]

Entomosigmaceae

[more]

Glenodiniaceae

[more]

Glenodiniopsidaceae

[more]

Goniodomaceae

[more]

Gonyaulacaceae

[more]

Gymnodiniaceae

[more]

Haplodiniaceae

[more]

Haplozoaceae

[more]

Herkomorphitae

[more]

Heteraulacaceae

[more]

Heterocapsaceae

[more]

Heterodiniaceae

[more]

Kofoidiniaceae

[more]

Leptodiscaceae

[more]

Lophodiniaceae

[more]

Noctilucaceae

[more]

Oodiniaceae

[more]

Ostreopsidaceae

[more]

Oxyphysiaceae

[more]

Oxyrrhinaceae

[more]

Oxytoxaceae

[more]

Peridiniaceae

[more]

Perkinsidae

[more]

Phytodiniaceae

[more]

Podolampaceae

[more]

Polykrikaceae

[more]

Prorocentraceae

The Prorocentrales are a small order of dinoflagellates. They are distinguished by having their two flagella inserted apically, rather than ventrally as in other groups. One flagellum extends forward and the other circles its base, and there are no flagellar grooves. This arrangement is called desmokont, in contrast to the dinokont arrangement found in other groups. Accordingly, the Prorocentrales may be called desmoflagellates, and in some classifications were treated as a separate class Desmophyceae. [more]

Protoodiniaceae

[more]

Protoperidiniaceae

[more]

Pteromorphitae

[more]

Ptychodiscaceae

[more]

Pyrocystaceae

[more]

Sphaeriparaceae

[more]

Spiromonadaceae

[more]

Suessiaceae

[more]

Symbiodiniaceae

[more]

Syndiniaceae

[more]

Thecadiniaceae

[more]

Thoracosphaeraceae

[more]

Warnowiaceae

[more]

Zooxanthellaceae

[more]

At least 4 species and subspecies belong to the Family Zooxanthellaceae.

More info about the Family Zooxanthellaceae may be found here.

Sources

[ Back to top ]
Last Revised: August 25, 2014
2014/08/25 12:49:48