Late Pliocene to Late Pleistocene; Etinct
Southern Florida to North Carolina.
Original Description (from Heilprin, 1886, p. 89):
"Shell turreted, acuminate; whorls angular, marked by a broad basal impressed band or channel, which is ornamented with numerous delicate revolving lines; surface of the whorls above the channel longitudinally plicated, with two well-defined submedial lines, and numerous finer lines, as in the channel; aperture rounded; base convex.
Length, 1.2 inches; width of base, .25 inch.
Abundant in the banks below Fort Thompson."