Also known as Baker Snipe's Bill Murex, Linne Seashell, Lollipop, Murex Shell, Murex Snail, Non Spiny Murex, Orange Murex, Rock Snail, Snipe's Bill, Snipe's Bill Shell, Snipe's Bill Woodcock Murex, Woodcock Murex.
Found usually in shallow waters, over coral, rock, and sandy areas. The shell has a very long siphonal canal, and a rounded body whorl with a low spire.
They feed on bivalves
Length - 12cm
Depth - 0-90m
Widespread Indo-West Pacific
Murex shells are highly prized collectors items with their winged and pungent spines.
Some look like walking skeleton shells. Ref: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haustellum_haustellum