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The U.S. Postal Service has issued forever stamps on polinators on 3rd August 2017.
Butterflies 2017 Issue Date: 01.03.2017 Definitives 2017 Issue Date: 01.03.2017
India Post has issued a colorful set of picture postcards on Butterflies of India.Price of the set is 200Rs.
Because there will be a change in postage effective April 1, the Baltic Hawker stamp will be issued in a new color and with a new denomination (SEK 14). The stamp, fifirst day cover and collector’s sheet are included on the order … Continue reading
To mark the 15th anniversary of the Estonian Society of Lepidepterologists the butterfly of the year, the European Peacock butterfly (Inachis io), was picked as the butterfly of the year. It catches attention by its beautiful reddish colour and its … Continue reading
Brunei issued a set of stamps under Butterfly Series on April 14, 2014.The 30mm x 30mm-sized stamp will come in denominations of $1, 20 cents and 10 cents, while the miniature sheet in the size of 100mm x 170mm will … Continue reading
Moldova post issued a set of four stamps featuring exotic butterflies from the collection of the National Museum of Ethnography and Natural History of Moldova. 1 L – Thysania agrippina; it is a large moth in the Noctuidae family. It … Continue reading
Butterflies are fantastic creatures that are essential for ecological equilibrium in nature, vital for pollination and play a significant role in reproduction of plants.Butterflies are such important creatures that many countries have immortalised them by issuing stamps in their honour. At … Continue reading
The Butterflies issue, celebrating the British love of butterflies, is an exceptional set of 10 stamps that continues the momentum gained from the Action for special series. The last time Royal Mail issued a set of stamps devoted to butterflies … Continue reading
In recognition of South Africa\’s rich variety of lepidoptera, its Post Office issued a set of 10 stamps featuring moths and butterflies.In South Africa, there are about 670 butterfly species, of which 6% (40 species) are listed in the latest … Continue reading