Moving on down the line, you'll see that I belong to the phylum Annelid. A phylum is a smaller group than kingdom but bigger than the next division called a class.
There are about 9,000 different worm-like animals that call themselves annelids. What we have in common is we all have very well developed segments (individual sections). The bodies of annelids are long and rounded with bristles or hairs.
Some of my annelid relatives have lobes or bumps on their segments, eyes and feelers.