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The length of the shell attains 10 mm, its diameter 3 mm.
(Original description) The shell has the same characteristics as in Guraleus costatus, but it is more slender in contour, and develops spiral striae on the intercostal spaces of the upper whorls.
- Cotton, B. C. (1947). Australian Recent and Tertiary Turridae. Field Naturalist's Section of the Royal Society of South Australia Conchology Club Publication. 4: 1–34.
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