Solid shell up to 2.5cm in length. The shell is white or pink in colour usually obscured by brown periostracum.
- Surface has 25-55 concentric ridges
- Periostracum has concentric grooves
- Margin is initially smooth, becoming crenulate in older shells.
Lives partially buried in mud or gravel mixed with sand or mud.
The map provided here shows the distribution of the species based on Conchological Society data.