Cochliodontidae

Cochliodontidae

[‚kōk·lē·ō′dän·tə‚dē]
(paleontology)
A family of extinct chondrichthian fishes in the order Bradyodonti.
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The chondrichthyan fauna includes Helodus, Leiodus, Orodus, Chomatodus, Polyrhizodus, Xenacanthidae, and Cochliodontidae. Specimens of a questionable nature were also recovered, including several teeth belonging to the form taxon 'Cladodus' and an unknown tooth.