Late Pliocene to Late Pleistocene; Recent.
Southern Florida to Virginia.
For information on the modern distribution of the species, see Malacolog.
Note that the occurrence point shown for the Middle Pleistocene in northern Florida is in error (this will be corrected in the future).
Original Description (from Conrad, 1841, p. 183):
"Trigonal, convex depressed; ribs concentric, about 5 or 6 in number, flattened, reflected, irregular, one of them generally very wide; ribs irregularly sulcated on the posterior slope; inner margin finely crenulated. Smaller than V. alveata, and with broader, less prominent ribs, which do not diminish in size on the posterior margin."
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