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Dalmatian Pelican Issue Date: 25.04.2017 Fauna and Flora of Kyrgyzstan Issue Date: 25.04.2017 Year of the Rooster Issue Date: 25.04.2017
By Wolfgang Beyer, Vice Chairman of the German Philatelic Collector Group ArGe Zoologie Germany:Stamp Cards on Birds During the philatelic exhibition Nature from September 9th – September 11th in Kaltenwestheim these stamp cards will be available for philatelists , one Special … Continue reading
The stamps depicts stunning wildlife, found at the Longis Nature Reserve . Eelgrass beds flowering plants, Glanville Fritillary, Yarrow Broomrape, Meadow Pipit, Sand Crocus flower, Greater White-toothed Shrew.
Montipora foliosa (NT$3.5): This stony coral grows in colonies shaped like thin leaves. These “leaves” often lay on top of each other or are arranged in a spiral shape to form a large colony. The coloration of this coral ranges … Continue reading
Meadow Flowers The series of the popular self-adhesive definitive stamps is continued with three meadow flowers. Devil’s bit or devil’s bit scabious (value: CHF 0.85), lat. Succisa pratensis, was given its common name in English-speaking countries because of its stem … Continue reading
Croatia releases three stamps on woodland animals on 15th April 2015. Stamps depicts a fox, a roe deer and a wild boar.Fox belongs to the order of beasts, family of dogs. Being a beast and thus primarily oriented on the … Continue reading
Fauna of Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyz Express Post issued its second series of stamps “Fauna of Kyrgyzstan”. These stamps depict typical representatives of the Kyrgyz animal world: Saker Falcon, Yak, Central Asian Ibex and Snow Leopard. Issue Date: 19.11.2014 Designer: Vladimir Melnic, Olga Derej … Continue reading
The issue consists of six stamps featuring six different animals that habitat in Pigeon Island Marine National Park. The stamps were issued on 22nd August 2014.
This stamp issue focuses on a small sample of Pitcairn taxa and shows a cross section from the very rare to the abundant: Cerbera manghas also known as the sea mango, is an evergreen coastal tree growing up 12 m tall … Continue reading