"Shell rather small, fusiform, with apex blunt. Aperture long, slightly greater than one-half shell-height. Glaze on the hack of the shell covers the whole spire and also the upper portion of the.body whorl, while on the front side it comes down to the broad spiral belt below which there is a deep spiral valley separating the belt from the twisted columella-end on which there are a few spiral grooves; sometimes there is also a shallow groove on the spiral belt itself just below its middle. Outer lip sharp, straight, vertical. Aperture narrow-acuminate behind and terminating in a broad canal in front. Height 17 millim. Diameter 6.3 millim.". Pliocene. Hyuga, Japan.
Syntypes UMUT CM 25071, 25072, 25073 (Ichikawa, 1983).