A single characteristic shell with a marked, sharply angled, neck or keel and an almost completely disconnected aperture with four-fold dentition among which a very prominent angular lamella is described as Gulella herberti spec. nov. from Mbabane, Swaziland, southern Africa. A few notes on the terrestrial molluscs of Swaziland are added. Also, Gulella pervitrea (Preston, 1913) should be expunged from the southern African list.

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A.C. van Bruggen. (2004). Gulella herberti spec. nov. (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Streptaxidae), a new species from Swaziland, southern Africa. Basteria, 68(1/3), 45–50.