Comparative vertebrate anatomy

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For the book by Libbie Hyman, please see A Laboratory Manual for Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy

Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy is a comparative study of the anatomical and morphological features of vertebrates. This area of study usually includes the Amphioxus (a Cephalochordate), Sea squirts (a Urochordate), and Balanoglossus), a member of the phylum Hemichordata.