Pseudoconch dorsally sharp pointed, laterally compressed in middle, no large spines at border of excavation. Spines less developed than in Cymbulia peroni, with five rows of tubercles on oral side; on aboral side dorsally 3 and ventrally 4 rows of tubercles. Ventral end of pseudoconch hollow without spines. Rows of spines at underside are not straight and parallel but sinuous. Wings disc-shaped. Pseudoconch length 35 mm.