Late Pliocene to Late Pleistocene; Recent.
Southern Florida to Virginia.
Original Description (from Say, 1822, p. 257):
"Shell thin, suboval, cinereous or rufous, with sometimes one or two obsolete, dilated, revolving bands; columella callous; callus pressed laterally into the umbilicus, whitish; umbilicus nearly closed and consisting only of an arquated, linear, vertical aperture.
Length about a quarter of an inch.
Inhabits the southern coast.
Cabinet of the Academy and Philadelphia Museum.
A small species, generally mistaken for the young of one of the preceding species."
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