- Anchura gabbi Dickerson, 1914
Original description of Anchura gabbi by Dickerson, 1914
- "Shell small, fusiform, spire elevated, six rounded whorls, suture deep. Surface of upper whorls strongly cancellated by transverse ribs and faintly revolving lines; body whorl strongly marked by two carinae, the upper one of which extends outward to the tip of the lip. Lip long straight perpendicular to whorls, tip acute; canal narrow, length unknown."
Locus typicus: One mile south of Stewartville, Contra Costa County, California, USA
Stratum typicum: Eocene
Anchura gabbi in Dickerson 1914, Plate 14, Fig 4
References: Dickerson, 1914