Ocinebrellus inornatus is a predatory marine snail commonly known as the Japanese Oyster Drill. It is an invasive gastropod.Inhabit gravel, mud, and shell substrates, can be found usually in oyster beds.
The japanese Oyster drillIt is a carnivorous species, which feeds on mussels, clams, barnacles and gastropods.
Ceratostoma inornatum (Récluz, 1851) (recombination)
Murex crassus A. Adams, 1853 (invalid: junior homonym of Murex crassus Dillwyn, 1817)
Murex endermonis E. A. Smith, 1875 (synonym)
Murex inornatus Récluz, 1851 (original combination)
Murex japonicus Dunker, 1860 (synonym)
Murex talienwhanensis Crosse, 1862 (synonym)
Ocenebra inornata (Récluz, 1851)
Pteropurpura (Ocinebrellus) inornata (Récluz, 1851)
Tritonium (Fusus) submuricatum Schrenck, 1862
Trophon incompta Gould, 1860 (synonym)
Biota Animalia (Kingdom) Mollusca (Phylum) Gastropoda (Class) Caenogastropoda (Subclass) Neogastropoda (Order) Muricoidea (Superfamily) Muricidae (Family) Ocenebrinae (Subfamily) Ocinebrellus (Genus) Ocinebrellus inornatus (Species)