|Named By:||Louis Agazziz in 1835|
|Time Period:||Late Cretaceous-Eocene|
|Size:||1.5 meters long, fangs can reach to over six centimetres long on the largest species, E. petrosus. Other species smaller, as much as just a few centimetres long|
|Fossil(s):||Huge number of fossils. Usually the teeth are the most common fossils, but skulls and partial post cranial remains are also known|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Actinopterygii | Neopterygii | Salmoniformes | Enchodontoidei | Enchodontidae ||
|Also known as:||| Esox lewesiensis | Eurypholis longidens | Eurypholis major | Tetheodus ||
Enchodus is an extinct genus of Actinopterygii-ray-finned fish. It flourished during the Upper Cretaceous. Enchodus survived the Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction event and persisted at least into the Eocene.