This is a moderately worn crater formation with several small craters along the rim. The largest of these is a small crater that intrudes slightly into the northeastern rim. A cup-shaped crater lies along the east-southeastern inner wall. The interior wall is generally less wide along the northern side than elsewhere, which may have been the result of the terrain in which the impact was formed.
There is a pair of low central ridges offset just to the south of the crater mid-point. A small, cup-shaped crater lies within the interior floor to the north-northwest of the center. The remainder of the floor is relatively level, but is marked by a number of tiny craterlets.
|G||27.8° N||93.2° W||36 km|
|U||28.8° N||101.4° W||56 km|