"Shell small, thin, subfusiform; spire high, straight sided, length about 22 mm, body whorl not inflated, lirae count relatively high, about 15. Protoconch acuminate, caramel colored. The body whorl is grayish or yellowish olive, profusely marked with broken zigzags or triangles. We have also seen several specimens with an orange ground color. The aperture is deep purple and the inner labrum edge matches the ground color or is mottled with purple. There is a subsutural band of slanted dashes, similar to those of Agaronia testacea.The spire and columellar band callus is yellowish brown and covers the whorls from suture to suture. The pillar callus pad is slightly more raised than in other agaronias, bluish white. Dimensions of holotype: length 21.2 mm, height 6.5 mm, width 8.8 mm, spire lateral height 6.5 mm, spire base diameter 5.3 mm; spire factor 1.226, lirae count 15.". Recent. Poneloya Beach, at river mouth, Léon, Nicaragua.
Holotype LACM 2271. 5 paratypes LACM 2272 *(groves, 2012), 1 paratype CAS 050213. Twenty paratypes UCA. Type locality: Poneloya Beach, at river mouth, León, Nicaragua.