|Fusinus africanus (Sowerby, 1897) - South Africa, 97mm - an extremely large example of this rare Fusinus. Has a limited range in the Transkei of the Eastern Cape Province. This specimen was collected by a scuba diver.
||Fusinus benthalis Dall, 1889 - Florida, 12-13mm - dredged off Key West in 600 feet of water. One of the smallest of the genus. Uncommon.
||Fusinus colombiensis Snyder & Snyder, 1999 - Colombia, 20-24mm - recently described. Uncommonly dredged by fishing boats. The tilt of the spire is not an unusual occurence. This species is often mislabeled F. hartvigii.