Cerion magister Pilsbry and Vanatta, 1896
"26b. Cerion mumia magister P. & V. * Pl. XI, fig. 4
larger, stouter, more cylindrical, closely mottled and variegated; aperture large, with the lip broadly flaring, reflexed.
Matanzas and other localities in eastern Cuba. This is probably S. mumia Mayn., Contrib. to Sci., I, p. 190; not Bruguière." (Pilsbry and Vanatta, 1896:322)