Buccinum strigillatum is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Buccinidae, the true whelks.
The two subspecies are:B. s. fucanum Dall, 1907 - the juanmore whelk
B. s. strigillatum Dall, 1891
Buccinum strigillatum Wikipedia
The adult shell grows to a length of 50 mm. The white shell has seven hardly inflated whorls with a deep suture and a low spire. The shell is covered with a hirsute epidermis. The sculpture shows numerous narrow primary ridges with channeled interspaces. The oval to oblong aperture is not expanded and shows a deep sinus near the shoulder.
The eggs are deposited on any hard substance, rock, shell, or sponge.
This species can be found along the west coast of North America.