Cyrtonodus brevis Goto and Okura 2004 (chimaera)

Chondrichthyes - Cochliodontiformes - Cochliodontidae

Full reference: M. Goto and M. Okura. 2004. The chondrichthyan tooth remains from the Carboniferous and Permian of Fukuji, Gifu Prefecture, central Japan. Earth Science (Chikyu Kagaku) 58:215-228

Belongs to Cyrtonodus according to M. Goto and M. Okura 2004

Sister taxa: Cyrtonodus fukujiensis, Cyrtonodus hornei, Cyrtonodus nishioi

Type specimen: NSM PV20374, a tooth. Its type locality is Ichinotani, Fukuji, Gifu Prefecture, which is in a Moscovian marine limestone in the Ichinotani Formation of Japan.

Ecology: nektonic carnivore

Distribution: found only at Ichinotani, Fukuji, Gifu Prefecture

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