- Anchura englishi Dickerson, 1914
Original description of Anchura englishi by Dickerson, 1914
- "Shell fusiform with very low spire; six whorls; body whorl large with long, slender, slightly curved canal; lip long, straight. Body whorl shows a node about ninety degrees from expanded lip. The portion of the body whorl above the shoulder slopes gently upward to an impressed suture; decoration, unknown."
Locus typicus: Martinez, Contra Costa County, California, USA
Stratum typicum: Eocene
Anchura englishi in Dickerson 1914, Plate 14, Fig 4
References: Dickerson, 1914