Two trochoid terrestrial snail shells. The exteriors of the shells are tan in color and have a dull appearance. The interiors of the shells have a reflective appearance and are a slightly iridescent cream color. The very thin shells have well-defined sutures and are covered with transverse growth lines. (The damaged shell is especially thin.) The periostracum of the intact shell is flaking near its apex and its lip due to wear. The intact shell has six whorls,an oval shaped aperture and a broad, flat lip that is reflected onto its base. A single wide, bump-like tooth can be found on the columellar margin of the intact shell's aperture. The shells are dextral.