This species is very similar to the extant taxon Busycon perversum.
Original Description (from Conrad, 1840, p. 387):
"Shell sinistral, pyriform, with wrinkled spiral lines, obsolete on the middle of the large whorl, shoulder obtusely angulated, without spines or tubercles; summit of the whorls concave; whorls of the spire angulated in the middle, and slightly tuberculated on the angle; beak very long, sinuous; labium with distant prominent lines within. Length 4 inches."
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Anastasia Formation (S. FL)
Anastasia Formation? (S. FL)
Anastasia Formation (N. FL)
Coffee Mill Hammock Formation (S. FL)
Fort Thompson Formation? (S. FL)
Fort Thompson Formation? (N. FL)
Fort Thompson Formation (S. FL, N. FL)
Pamlico Formation (S. FL, N. FL)
Satilla Formation? (GA)
Bermont Formation (S. FL)
Bermont Formation? (S. FL)
Canepatch Formation (SC)
Bear Bluff Formation (SC)
Caloosahatchee Formation (S. FL)
Caloosahatchee Formation (Bee Branch Member) (S. FL)