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Articulata is a Latin word meaning articulated or jointed. In taxonomy, it is used to refer to various subdivisions.
It may refer to:
- Articulata (Brachiopoda), one of two main divisions of the brachiopods having two valves with an articulating hinge
- Articulata (Crinoidea), a subclass of crinoids, the only such to survive past the Paleozoic era
- Articulata (Cyclostomata), a group of cyclostome bryozoans, also known as Articulina
- Articulata hypothesis, a hypothesis treating Annelida and Panarthropoda as sister taxa
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