Zoomastingina- Trypanosoma brucei 

The organisms that belong to Phylum Zoomastigina are characterized by their means of movement: a flagella.  This Phylum contains some organisms which are free-living, some which are symbionts, such as protozoans which live in the gut of termites and digest cellulose in the wood the termites eat, and some which are parasites.

Examples of organisms found in the Phylum Zoomastingina include the parasite responsible for African sleeping disease, Tyrpanosoma gambiense.

Zoomastigina- Trypanosoma lewisi 

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  3. Kingdom protista. (2010). Retrieved from http://www.esu.edu/~milewski/intro_biol_two/lab_8_protista/Protista.html 

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