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The Apicomplexa are a large group of exclusively parasitic protozoa, characterized by a complicated apical complex at the anterior of the cell. Apicomplexans have a pellicle composed of alveoli, and this and other traits links them to the group called the Alveolates. Some diseases caused by Apicomplexans include Malaria and a form of pneumonia.