New Foundland Penny 1938-47: Sarracenia purpurea

Carnivorous Plants on Money and Stamps

Malaysia Nepenthes stamp Newfoundland S. purpurea penny and stamp St Pierre Carnivorous plants stamps

Carnivorous Plants on Money and Stamps

Coins/Currency:

    New Foundland Penny 1938-47: Sarracenia purpurea
    Malaysian $20 Note: Nepenthes rafflesiana
    Brunei $5 Ringgit Note: Nepenthes lowii
    Seychelles $100 Rupee Note: epenthes. pervillei
Stamps: (Numbers in parenthesis refer to issue year and stamp identification in Scott’s Catalog)
    Bhutan (1985, 509): Sarracenia purpurea
    Canada 5¢ (1966, 427): Sarracenia purpurea
    Faroe Islands (1988, 172): Pinguicula vulgaris
    France 3,00f (1992, 2299): Drosera rotundifolia
    Guyana 1¢ (1972, 133): Heliamphora nutans
    Ireland 11p (1978, 430): Pinguicula gandiflora
    Ireland (1995, 984): Sarracenia x moorei
    Japan 50y (1978, 1320): Pinguicula ramosa, Aldrovanda vesciculosa
    Loas 500k (1974, C116): Nepenthes phyllamphora
    Loas (1995,1238): Dionaea muscipula
    Loas (1995,1239): Sarracenia flava
    Loas (1995,1240): Sarracenia purpurea
    Madagascar (1973, 496-7): Nepenthes pervillei
    Malagasy 25f, 50f (1973, 496 & 497): Nepenthes pervillei
    New Caledonia (1986, 549): Nepenthes veillardi
    Palau $2 (1987/88, 144,145A): Nepenthes mirabilis
    Romania 20b (1966, 1867): Aldrovanda vesciculosa
    Seychelles 20¢ (1970, 280): Nepenthes pervillei
    Seychelles 20¢ (1977/78, 402): Nepenthes pervillei
    Seychelles 20¢ (1981, 403G): Nepenthes pervillei
    Sierra Leone (1991,1424e): Sarracenia flava
    Sierra Leone (1991,1424k): Nepenthes x mixta
    Somalia (2000): Dionaea muscipula, Drosera lusc., Drosera bulbosa
    St. Pierre & Miquelon 100f (1962, C24): Sarracenia purpurea
    United Nations (1996 series): Cites, various CPs
    USA (2001); Dionaea muscipula., Sarracenia flava, Darlingtonia california, Drosera capensis
    National Wildlife Federation 1992: Sarracenia purpurea, Drosera muscipula

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