Ctenacanthus elegans Tuomey 1858 (elasmobranch)

Chondrichthyes - Ctenacanthiformes - Ctenacanthidae

Belongs to Ctenacanthus according to O. P. Hay 1902

See also Thurmond and Jones 1981

Sister taxa: Ctenacanthus abnormis, Ctenacanthus acutus, Ctenacanthus aequistriatus, Ctenacanthus amblyxiphias, Ctenacanthus angulatus, Ctenacanthus angustus, Ctenacanthus burlingtonensis, Ctenacanthus buttersi, Ctenacanthus chemungensis, Ctenacanthus clarkii, Ctenacanthus cliftonensis, Ctenacanthus compressus, Ctenacanthus costatus, Ctenacanthus coxianus, Ctenacanthus crenatus, Ctenacanthus crenulatus, Ctenacanthus cylindricus, Ctenacanthus decussatus, Ctenacanthus denticulatus, Ctenacanthus depressus, Ctenacanthus excavatus, Ctenacanthus fallax, Ctenacanthus formosus, Ctenacanthus furcicarinatus, Ctenacanthus gemmatus, Ctenacanthus gracillimus, Ctenacanthus gradocostatus, Ctenacanthus gurleyi, Ctenacanthus keokuk, Ctenacanthus laevis, Ctenacanthus littoni, Ctenacanthus major, Ctenacanthus marshii, Ctenacanthus mayi, Ctenacanthus minor, Ctenacanthus mutabilis, Ctenacanthus obscuracostatus, Ctenacanthus ornatus, Ctenacanthus pellensis, Ctenacanthus pugiunculus, Ctenacanthus pustulatus, Ctenacanthus randalli, Ctenacanthus sculptus, Ctenacanthus similis, Ctenacanthus speciosus, Ctenacanthus triangularis, Ctenacanthus venustus, Ctenacanthus vetustus, Ctenacanthus wrighti, Ctenacanthus xiphias

Ecology: nektonic carnivore

Distribution: found only at Lauderdale County (Carboniferous of Alabama)

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