• Articulata
  • Animals characterized by the repetition of similar segments (metameres), exhibited especially by arthropods, annelids, and vertebrates in early embryonic stages and in certain specialized adult structures.
Abstract from DBPedia
    Articulata is a Latin word meaning articulated or jointed. In taxonomy, it is used to refer to various subdivisions. It may refer to: * Articulata (Brachiopoda), one of two main divisions of the brachiopods having two valves with an articulating hinge * Articulata (Crinoidea), a subclass of crinoids, the only such to survive past the Paleozoic era * Articulata (Cyclostomata), a group of cyclostome bryozoans, also known as Articulina * Articulata hypothesis, a hypothesis treating Annelida and Panarthropoda as sister taxaThis disambiguation page lists articles about taxa associated with the same name. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.