Moneran Kingdom
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A picture of Burkholderia caryophylli

Monerans are the dominent and most successful life forms of all. There are countless species and exist everywhere. All the organisms in the Moneran Kingdom are single celled and have no nucleus. Some produce their food and others have primitive ways of catching their food.


Burkholderia caryophylli

Bacilli shaped
Burkholderia caryophylli resides in plants. It can only enter through cuts and gashes on the plants surface. It then colonizes in the vascular system of the plants roots.





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A picture of Klebsiella pneumoniae

Klebsiella pneumoniae


Bacilli shaped
Klebsiella are located almost everywhere around the world it. Usually found in humans it can also be
found in soil water and plants.








Protist Kingdom

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Plasmodium falciparum

Protists are single celled organisms with a nucleus and organelles that either hunt for their food or produce it through photosynthesis. They do not have the characteristics of the other kingdoms. The Protist Kingdom consists Protozoans and Algae.


Protozoan:
Protozoan's have no cell walls and do not contain chlorophyl
Plasmodium falciparum
Usually Plasmodium falciparum resides in tropical areas but can be found all around the world
Plasmodium falciparumis are the cause of the most dangerous type of milaria though not as common as other milaria spreaders.

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Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii




Algae:

A single celled organism with a nucleus that contains chlorophyl and produces its food through photosynthesis.


Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii
Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii is a blue-green Algae that inhabits warm fresh water even as small as puddles in the Rain Forests of Brazil and Australia.




Fungus

Fungi absorb nutrients from other matter and has no chlorphyl, fungi are always multi-celled

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picture of acaulopage fungi

Zygomycota (club fungi)
(phylum)
Threadlike like with a spore at the end that absorbs food and has no chlorphyl.
Acaulopage acanthospora
common name not found
Acaulopage acanthospora can be found near rainy areas or where or in pant/soil
Kingdom: Fungi
Phylum: Zygomycota
Order: Zoopagales
Family: Zoopagaceae
Genus: Acaulopage
species: acanthospora




Basidiomycota (phylum)
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an Agaricus Fungi

A phylum of the Fungi Kingdom has closely packed filements and no chlorphyl
Agaricus abhorrens
Agaricus abhorrens is most often found in brazilian tropical rain forests.
Kingdom: Fungi
Phylum: Basidiomycota
Class: Basidiosmycetes
Family: Agericaceae
Genus: Agaricus
species: abhorrens



Glomeromycota(Phylum)
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Acaulospora scrobiculata

Glomeromycota is a fungus that grows on the roots of plants.

Acaulospora scrobiculata
no common name
Acaolospora scrobiculata lives in the dirt on the roots of plants in South like the Cocoa plant.
Kingdom: Fungi
Phylum: Glomeromycota
Class: Glomermycetes
Order: Diversisporales
Family: Acaulosporaceae
Genus: Acaulospora
Species: scrobiculata



Ascomycota(Phylum)
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Trichoderma harzianum

Ascomycota is a sac Fungus that forms a cup shape.
Trichoderma harzianum
No common name
It is a microscopic fungus that livs in the soil and on tree bark at most latitudes.
Kingdom: Fungi
Phylum: Ascomycota
Class: Ascomcetes
Oder: Hypocreales
Family: Hypocreaceae
Genus: Trichoderma
Species:harzianum






Plants


Plant kingdom, multi-celled, have cell walls, and contain chlorophyl.
MagnoliophytaA plant with a seed covered by a fruit produced by a flower.Anacardium occidentale
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Brazilian Cashew Tree

Located naturaly in Northeastern Brazil but can be found throughout Northern South America and Central America mostly near the coasts.
Kingdom: Plantea
Phylum: Magnoliophyta
Class: Magnoliopsida
Order: Burserales
Family: Anacardiaceae
Genus: Anacardium
species: occidentale




EquisetophytaAre vascular plants with a hollow stems and joints.
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Field Horsetail
Equisetum arvense


Lives on the Tropical islands of Hawaii and part of california.
Kingdom: Plantea
Division: Equisetophyta
Class: Equisetopsida
Order: Equisetales
Family: Equisetaceae
Genus: Equisetum
species: arvense
CycadophytaPlants with seeds produced in cones not covered by fruit.
Dioon spinulosum
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Gum Palm


It inhabits Honduras's and Nicaragua's Tropical Rain Forest and pine-oak forest.
Kingdom: Plantea
Division: Cycadophyta
Class: Cycadopsida
Order: Cycadales
Family: Zamiaceae
Genus: Dioon
species: spinulosum




BryophytaAre a plants with vascular tissue to move water throughout the plant.
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(no common name)

Macromitrium speirostichum

This moss lives in the Tropical Rain Forest of Brazil.
Kingdom: Plantea
Division: Bryophyta
Class: Bryopsida
Order: Orthotrichales
Family: Orthotrichaceae
Genus: Macromitrium
species: speirostichum

MagnoliophytaAre vascular plants with seeds covered by fruits from flowers.
Heliconia acuminata
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Bird of Paradise


This plant are native to the tropical Americas and the Pacific ocean Islands west to Indonisia.
Kingdom: Plantea
Division: Magnoliophyta
Class: Liliopsida
Order: Zingiberales
Family: Heliconiaceae
Genus: Heliconia
species: acuminata



MagnoliophytaAre vascular plants with seeds covered by fruits from flowers.
Amaryllis acuminata
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A Resurrection Lily


This plant lives naturaly in East and South Brazil but can live anywhere else with a warm climate.
Kingdom: Plantea
Division: Magnoliophyta
Class: Liliopsida
Order: Asparagales
Family: Amaryllidaceae
Genus: Amaryllis
species: acuminata




Angiopteris evecta

Have fronds (leaves) and spores on the bottom of the leaves
(King Fern)
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Angiopteris evecta in the Rainforest

The King Fern is low to the ground in the tropical rainforest.
Kingdom: Plant
Division:Polypodiophyta
Class: Filicopsida
Order: Marattiales
Familie: Marattiacae
Genus: Angiopteris
species: evecta





Ginkgo Biloba

Reproduce with cones or seed outside of plant, no fruit, ever-green
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Ginkgo Biloba Tree

(Maidenhair tree)
The Maidenhair is located all around the world where there is a good amount of sun including the outer area of the tropical rainforest.
Kingdom: Plant
Division: Pinophyta
Class: Ginkgoopsida
Order: Ginkgooles
Family: Ginkgoaceae
Genus: Ginkgo
species: biloba


Phaeceros laevis
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Phaeceros laevis


Hornworts, Belongs to the plant kingdom, and is non-vascular
(common name not found)
Found world wide though preffering damp, humid areas
Kingdom: Plant
Division: Anthocerotophyta
Class: Anthocerotopsida
Order: Notothladales
Family: Notothladaceae
Genus: Phaeceros
species: laevis






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Huperzia lucidala

A clubb moss, vascular, belonging to the Plant Kingdom, and reproduces by spores.
(Firmoss)
Having a cosmopolitan distribution, meaning it can be found in most places around the world
Kingdom: Plant
Division: Lycopodiphyta
Class: Lycopodiopsida
Order: Lycopodiales
Family: Lycopodiaceae
Genus: Huperzia
species: lucidala


Psilotum nudum
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Belonging to the Plant kingdom this plant is vascular and though oftenly mentioned as wisk fern it is not an actual fern.
(Skelton Forked Fern)
This can be found in most places around the world mainly in tropical and subtropical areas.
Kingdom: Plant
Division: Psilodophyta
Class: Psilotopsida
Order: Psilotales
Family: Psilotaceae
Genus: Psilotum
species: nudum
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Grown Phagnum


Sphagnum amazonicum

Belonging to the plant kingdom this division is non-vascular and is considered moss.
(Bog Moss)
Usually living in humid and rainy areas such as the tropical rainforest.
Kingdom: Plants
Division: Bryophyta
Class: Sphagnopsida
Order: Sphagnoles
Family: Sphagnaceae
Genus: Sphagnum
species: amazonicum




AnimalsMulti-celled digest food inside oganism

InvertibratesNo backbone or spinal cord.


Papuina cerea
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(no common name)

Mollusca:Soft bodied, two openings, simple organ systems, som have shells

Papuina cerea is a a tropical snail that lives high up in the trees of the Rainforests of Australia and Papua New Guinea.

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Mollusca
Class: Gastropoda
Order: Stylommatophora
Family: Camaenidae
Genus: Noctepuna
species: cerea


Radopholus simili
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Burrowing nematode

Nemata: Two openings, brain and nervous system.
Rudopholus similis is a round worm found in tropical and sub-tropical climates in the banana trees or citrus fruits.

Kingdom: Animali
Phylum: Nemata
Class: Secernentea
Order: Tylenchida
Family: Hoplolaimidae
Genus: Radopholus
species: similis


Oncicola oncicola
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(no common name)

Spiny headed worms: Has one opening for food and waste , with curvy spines on proboscis
Oncicola oncicola is a spiny headed worm that inhabit the intestines of large animals in the Tropical Rainforest.

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Acanthocephala
Class: Archiacanthocephala
Order: Oligacanthorhynchida
Family: Oligacanthorhynchidae
Genus: Oncicola
species: oncicola


Eunice notate
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picture of a disgusting Eunice (common name not found)

Segmented worms: containing an opening for food the other for waste, a simple nervous system, and 5 "hearts" that work like pumps
Eunice can be found in wild animals in the tropica rainforest

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Annelida
Class: Polychaeta
Order:Aciculate
Family: Eunicidae
Genus:Eunice
species: notate


Chryosotus subjectus
Arthropoda: Contains multiple body segments wiht jointed apendages and a exo skeloton
Found all over the world mainly where where plants are located
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Long- Legged fly

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: arthropoda
Class: Dolichopodidae
Order: Diptera
Family: Dolicopodia
Genus: Chrysotus
species: sujectus


Pugesia dorotophala
(Flatworm)
It's a parasite with one opening for food and waste and a simple nervous system
Found under logs, on plants, and animals in humid, wet areas
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Kindom: Anamalia
Phylum: Platyhelminthes
Class: Turbellaria
Order: Seriata
Family: Planariidae
Genus: Pugesia
species: dorotophala

Vertabrates
Backbone or spinal chord



Chamaeleo johnstoni
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Ruwenzori Three-Horned Chameleon

Reptilia:

Chameleo johnstoni is a Chameleon that lives in the Albertine rift in Africa.

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Reptilia
Order: Squamata
Family: Chamaeleonidae
Genus: Chamaeleo
species: johnstoni




Saguinus imperator
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A baby Saguinus imperator in the Tropical Rainforest

(Emporer Tamarin)
An Endotherm thats gives birth to young and has an advances nervous system and brain.
Found in the tropical rainforest of Brazil, Bolivia, and Peru

Kingdom: Anamalia
Phylum: Chordoto
Class: Mammalia
Order: Primates
Family: Callitrichidae
Genus: Saguinus
species: imperator


Phyllobates terribilis
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(Golden Dart Frog)

Lives in tropical rainforests, mainly in Brazil and Peru but can also be found in other tropical rainforests

Kingdom: Anamalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Amphibia
Order: Anura
Family: Dendrobatidae
Genus: Phyllobates
species: terribilis

Anabas testudineus
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Found in tropical areas of :Thailand, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Taiwan, Indonesia, Southern China, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Philippines.

Kingdom: Anamalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Antinopterigii
Order: Perciformes
Family: Anabantadae
Genus: Anabas
species: testudineus







Ara ararauna
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Blue and Gold Macaw

Aves:Hollow bones, scaly legs, feathers.

Ara ararauna lives in the tropical rainforests of South America and Central America

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Aves
Order: Psittaciformes
Family: Psittacidae
Genus: Ara
Species: ararauna





Himantura chaophraya
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A Giant Freshwater Whip Ray

Elasmobranchii: Skeleton of cartalige, fleshy fins.

This ray lives in the Bang Pakong river in Thailand.

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Elasmobranchii
Order: Rajiformes
Family: Dasyatidae
Genus: Himantura
species: chaophraya






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