|Named By:||G. M. Bernacsek & D. L. Dineley in 1977|
|Time Period:||Lochkovian of the Devonian|
|Location:||Canada, Northwest Territories - Delorne Formation|
|Size:||Individuals range between 6 and 10 centimetres long|
|Fossil(s):||Numerous individuals, many of which are complete and articulated|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Acanthodii | Climatiiformes | Diplacanthidae ||
Gladiobranchus is a genus of Acanthodiian fish that lived in the waters of what is now Canada during the Devonian period.