Australia Postal Service 2013 Issue
Designed by Jo Mure, Australia Post Design Studio

Carnivorous Plants

The Australia Postal Service will issue four new stamps that have a postage value of 60c named "Carnivorous Plants" on the 13th of August 2013. The stamps depict four flesh eating plants that eat animals and insects. Each of the plants on the stamps is shown with its preferred food. The four plant names are listed in the table below:

  • Cephalotus Follicularis (Top Left)
  • Drosera Rupicola (Top Right)
  • Drosera Iowriei (Bottom Left)
  • Nepenthes Rowanae (Bottom Right)

"Carnivorous Plants" stamps can be purchase as a set of 4, Booklets of 10, Gutter(10 x 60c), Stamp Pack, or FDC. The size of the stamps is 26mm x 37.5mm with a Stamp perforation of 14.6 x 13.86 using the 2cm reference. They will be printed by RA Print using the Lithography printing process with Tullis Russell paper.


Carnivorous Plants FDC and FDC Stamp


Carnivorous Plants Gutter


Carnivorous Plants Stamp Pack


To order these stamps or to learn more go to auspost.com.au/stamps Use the Universal currency conversion tool at www.xe.com/ucc/convert.cgi to convert currency.

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