Euglenophyta- Trypanosoma cruzi 

Each of the organisms in Phylum Euglenophyta has a flagellum on its anterior end.  They have chloroplast, and do photosynthesis when in light.  The organisms can obtain nutrition by phagocytosis. To help sense light, Euglena have a light-sensitive stigma near their anterior ends.

Examples of organisms belonging to Phylum Euglenophya include what are commonly known as euglena.

Euglenophyta- Postgaardi maraigerensis 

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