|Phyllonotus pomum (Gmelin, 1791)|
The size of an adult shell varies between 44 mm and 133 mm.
From the original Lovell Augustus Reeve description (published 1843):
The shell is fusiformly oblong, thick, solid, very rough throughout, transversely conspicuously ridged, tuberculated between the varices ; three-varicose, varices tuberculated with a complicated mass of laminae ; fulvous or reddish brown, columella and interior of the aperture ochraceous yellow, columellar lip slightly wrinkled, edge erected, vividly stained, especially at the upper part, with very black brown ; outer lip strongly toothed, ornamented with three black-brown spots ; canal rather short, compressed, recurved."
- Phyllonotus pomum (Gmelin, 1791). Retrieved through: World Register of Marine Species on 23 June 2011.
- Conchologia iconica: or, illustrations of the shells of molluscous animals, By Lovell Reeve
- "Phyllonotus pomum". Gastropods.com. Retrieved 23 June 2011.
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