is a subphylum of extinct animals belonging to Phylum Echinodermata. This subphylum is characterized by the presence of specialized respiratory structures and brachiole plates used for feeding.[1] This subphylum ranged from the Cambrian
to the Permian. References[edit]

^ Sprinkle, J. (1973). "Morphology and evolution of blastozoan echinoderms". Harvard Special
Publication: Museum of Comparative Zoology. 

External links[edit]

Harvard: Subphylum Blastozoa

Taxon identifiers

Wd: Q3234855 ADW: Blastozoa EoL: 42356097 Fossilworks: 120078

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