- Anchura pergracilis Johnson, 1898
Description of Anchura pergracilis (Johnson, 1898) in Weller, 1907:
- "Shell fusiform, whorls convex, the body whorl with about 18 and the spiral whorls with 15 equidistant, flexuous, longitudinal ribs; numerous fine revolving lines, more prominent between the ribs and somewhat obsolete on the angles of the ribs, cover the entire shell; suture deeply impressed. The length of the largest specimen (including the two apical whorls, which are wanting), is about 20 mill."
Localities: Matawan and Mount Laurel, Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
Stratigraphy: Upper Cretaceous
Anchura pergracilis in Weller, 1907, pl. LXXXI, fig 18, 19
- Johnson C.W. (1898) - New Cretaceous fossils from an Artesian well-boring at Mount Laurel, N.J. Text
- Weller, 1907