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Temporal range: 515–505Ma
Ctenorhabdotus capulus is an extinct species of ctenophore (or comb jelly), known from the Canadian Burgess shale in British Columbia. It is approximately 515 to 505 million years old and was equipped with 24 comb rows, three times as many as known from modern ctenophores. 5 specimens of Ctenorhabdotus are known from the Greater Phyllopod bed, where they comprise < 0.1% of the community.
- "Ctenorhabdotus capulus". Burgess Shale Fossil Gallery. Virtual Museum of Canada. 2011.
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