Twelve turbinate, marine snail shells. The shells are light-tan, white and gray in color consisting of approximately four to five whorls each. The whorls contain raised striae that encircle the exterior of the shell with the growth lines. Raised costae travel vertically down the length of the shells. The vertical costae dip at each groove. The shells are dextral, with ""teardrop"" shaped apertures that extend basally into the siphonal canal.