|Shell of Mitra zonata from Adriatic sea at the Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Milano|
Mitra zonata has a shell reaching a length of 60–100 mm. The shape of the shell is elongated and slender. The surface is reddish brown with a dark brown spiral band. The interior is always white, with a long and narrow mouth.
Mitra zonata can be found at depths of 20– 80 m.
- Marryat, F. (1819). Descriptions of two new shells. Transactions of the Linnean Society of London. 12 (2): 336-339, pl. 10
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