Insects.
Issued April 20, 2003

Insects, the most populous animal in the world, live on and in the earth, in the cave, under the water, in the air, on the ice, in or on other animals and plants, in the sea and the like.
Studying insects and propagating knowledge of them is important in protecting cereals, domestic animals and forest resources from them.

15 won stamp(sheetlet) : Pantala flavescens
Spread in all parts of Korea, including lake Chon on Mt.Paektu, it lives on fly and mosquito.
70 won stamp(sheetlet) : Tibicen japonicus
it lives on the sap of the needle-leaf trees in the alpine regions in Korea.
220 won stamp(sheetlet) : Xylotrupes dichotomus
Found in all parts of Korea, it lives on the sap of trees and juice of fruits.
300 won stamp(sheetlet) : Lycaena dispar
Inhabiting in the north of the central part of Korea, it lives on leaves, sprouts and flowers of plants.

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4274 
Sheetlet 
Jon Kum Hui 
150*85mm, 30*42mm(stamps) mm 
Offset 
Perf.
Used
4.00
Mint
4.00
FDC
4.30
Imperf.
Used
8.00
Mint
8.00
FDC
8.30
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B114  
Stamp Booklet  
Jon Kum Hui  
105*60mm mm  
 
perf.
Mint
4.70
Imperf.
Mint
9.40

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