Bacillus anthracis and Escherichia coli are members of the Eubacteria Kingdom because they have prokaryotic cells, are unicellular, and their cells have a cell wall of peptidoglycan.
Halobacterium salinarium and Sulfolobus acidocaldarius are members of the Archaebacteria Kingdom because they have prokaryotic cells, are unicellular, and their cells have a cell wall containing uncommon lipids.
The Aegagropila linnaei and the Undaria pinnatifida are members of the Protista Kingdom because they have eukaryotic cells, and their cell wall is cellulose.
The Hericium erinaceus and the Hydnellum peckii are members of the Fungi Kingdom because they have eukaryotic cells, are multicellular, are heterotrophs, and their cell walls are chitin.
The Hydnora africana and the Rafflesia arnoldii are members of the Plantae Kingdom because they have eukaryotic cells, are multicellular, are autotrophs, and their cell walls are cellulose.
The Hydropotes inermis and the Nasikabatrachus sahyadrensis are members of the Animalia Kingdom because they have eukaryotic cells, are multicellular, are heterotrophs, and have no cell wall.