Belongs within: Coelenterata.Contains: Lobata. The Ctenophora, comb jellies, are a group of gelatinous marine animals characterised by bands of cilia (comb rows) running longitudinally down the body. Most ctenophores have eight such bands but early fossil members of the group possessed greater numbers. While the majority of modern comb jellies are free-living predators, some recent… Continue reading Ctenophora

Categorised as Ctenophora