Theory:

Class Cyclostomata
These are jawless vertebrates and are hence known as agnathans. They are characterised by an elongated, eel-like body, circular mouth, slimy skin,  and scaleless.
Other characteristics:
  • The notochord is present throughout their life.
  • They have fins and lack paired appendages.
  • They have an organ-system level of classification.
  • They are ectoparasites and hence depend on other vertebrates.
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Petromyzon (Lamprey) and Myxine (Hagfish)
Class Pisces
These are fishes. Their body consists of scales or plates which cover the skin.  They have two-chambered hearts. They have special respiratory structures known as gills through which they obtain the oxygen dissolved in water. They have a streamlined body and muscular tail that helps them move easily through the water.
Other characteristics:
  • These are cold-blooded animals.
  • They lay eggs.
  • Their skeleton is made up of bones and cartilage.
  • In some fishes, it is only bones; in some fishes like sharks, it is only cartilage, and in some, like tuna and rohu, it is both.
Example:
Synchiropus splendidus (Mandarin fish), Scoliodon (Dogfish),  Labeo rohita (Rohu), Exocetus (Flying fish), Anabas (climbing perch), Male hippocampus (sea horse)
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Class Pisces
Reference:
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/66/Myxine_glutinosa_no.JPG/512px-Myxine_glutinosa_no.JPG
https://pixabay.com/illustrations/fish-collage-photo-collage-1502406/
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/fe/River_lamprey_mouth_labelled.jpg/1024px-River_lamprey_mouth_labelled.jpg