A fantastic whorl of spines and sheer mass, make this murex a very impressive sea shell to hold. The Murex Ramosus seashell is a thick, heavy, savage meat eater of a snail. The ramose murex shell mounts other sea shells and drills into them to get at the meat. (clams, scallops and barnacles mostly) In the ocean murex ramosus seashells are covered in sea moss which camouflages them perfectly in there surroundings. Very common to the indo pacific. Murex Ramosus shells live in and near shallow water reefs and wrecks.
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Absolutely magnificent. Very happy to add this to my collection.