Late Pliocene; Extinct.
Southern Florida to North Carolina.
Original Description (from Emmons, 1858, p. 250-251):
"Shell thick, spire rather short, conical; whirls eight rounded and somewhat ventricose, and ornamented by numerous spiral subequal lines, coarser and more distant upon the back and rostrum; aperture and rostrum rather less than twice the length of the spire; outer lip ridged internally; pillar lip spirally ridged. Miocene of Cape Fear River."
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Synonymous with Heilprinia equalis and Fusus equalis Emmons, 1858 (original combination).