- Also cten·o·phor·ic [ten-uh-fawr-ik, -for-] /ˌtɛn əˈfɔr ɪk, -ˈfɒr-/, cte·noph·o·rous [ti-nof-er-uh s] /tɪˈnɒf ər əs/. belonging or pertaining to the Ctenophora.
Origin of ctenophoran
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Coeloplana is of similar form and habit, with two Ctenophoran tentacles: it has no costae, but is uniformly ciliated.
Ctenoplana is obviously a Ctenophoran flattened and of a creeping habit.