Classification scheme of protozoa, Biology

Classification Scheme of Protozoa

  • Phylum Myxozoa

Parasites of lower vertebrates especially fish and invertebrates.

  • Phylum Microspora

Parasites of invertebrates especially arthropods and lower vertebrates.

  • Phylum Ascetospora

Small group that is parasitic in invertebrates and a few vertebrates.

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