What subphylum is roses?

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The majority of species roses are from Asia, and especially China, where over millions of years of geologic changes the stable temperate land mass was ...
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Kingdom to Subphylum. The highest category in the traditional Linnaean system of classification is the kingdom. At this level, organisms are distinguished ...
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Subphylum: Crustacea. Class: Malacostraca. Order: Decapoda. Suborder: Dendrobranchiata. Family: Penaeidae. Genus: Penaeus. Species: Penaeus setiferus ...
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Practicum: Chelicerata. Kingdom Animalia Phylum Arthropoda (jointed legs, exoskeleton) Subphylum Chelicerata ... Chilean Rose Hair Tarantula :
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Scientific classification is a means used by biologists to organize each of the organisms on the planet, based primarily on evolutionary similarity as ...
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Phylum & Class 150 terms by ... Subphylum Chelicerata. fang-mouthed arthropods ... veins branching, flowers x 4 or 5, Ex: roses, buttercups, daises, oaks ...
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