Gulella Snail 
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Indian Ocean (Seychelles), Kenya, Mauritius, South Africa, Tanzania

Species/Common Names:
Gulella amboniensis
Gulella antelmeana
Gulella aprosdoketa
Gulella claustralis
Gulella puzeyi
Gulella salpinx
Trumpet-mouthed Hunter Snail
Gulella taitensis
Gulella thomasseti

Facts Summary:
Gulella (commonly known as the Gulella Snail species) is a genus of snails of concern and found in the following area(s): Indian Ocean (Seychelles), Kenya, Mauritius, South Africa, Tanzania.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Gulella amboniensisVU-IUCN2000Tanzania
2. Gulella antelmeanaEN-IUCN1996Mauritius
3. Gulella aprosdoketaEN-IUCN2004South Africa
4. Gulella claustralisEN-IUCN2004South Africa
5. Gulella puzeyiCR-IUCN2004South Africa
6. Gulella salpinxCR-IUCN2004South Africa
7. Gulella taitensisEN-IUCN2004Kenya
8. Gulella thomassetiCR-IUCN2003Indian Ocean (Seychelles)

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