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- Size: 9.0 to 11.0 inchs
- Color: White
- Grade: Perfect, Almost Perfect
Murex Ramosus is a species of predatory sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Muricidae.
M. ramosus has a large, solid, very strong and heavy carapace, up to 330 mm in length. It is relatively globose in outline, with a short needle, a slightly inflated body whorl, and a moderately long siphon canal. One of its most striking ornamentation is the striking recurve hollow digitizations in the form of leaves. It also has three spiny axial varices per whorl, with two elongated nodes between them. The shell is externally white to light brown in color, with a white opening, usually pinkish towards the inner edge, the outer lip and the columella.