There are five designs in the Pane of 20 stamps, and will not be sold individually.
“The U.S. Postal Service pays tribute to the beauty and importance of pollinators with stamps depicting two of our continent’s most iconic: the monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) and the western honeybee (Apis mellifera), each shown industriously pollinating a variety of plants native to North America.”
USPS Protect Pollinators Forever Stamps
The stamps feature:
A monarch and a coneflower
A western honeybee and a golden ragwort
A monarch and a zinnia
A western honeybee and a New England aster
A monarch and goldenrod
How nice it is to see so many butterflies with these stamps. I’m including previous blog posts here with Bees! Both of these are from 2015 – The flight of the bumblebee (for time mgmt), and Bee-cause it is August! Mark your calendar now – August 3rd -awaiting between now and then these stamps and bees will remark how Time Flies! Speaking of which, join me tomorrow for my monthly recap of daily blog posts for June 2017.
Attribution & Thank you to the following who are referenced today
Stamp Announcement 17-31: Protect Pollinators Stamps, Images, and Excerpt @USPSStamps @USPS
APS National Summer Convention StampShow.