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SC 2086

20c 11 May 84 Chrysemys picta dorsalis A very small turtle, on the stump, under the heron's tail.

SC 2326

22c 13 Jun 87 Terrapene carolina, from SC 2335a.

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22c 13 Jun 87 Pane of 50 -22c stamps all depicting wildlife

SC 3136

32c 01 May 97 Glyptops sp./ Trionyx sp. Single sheet of 15 stamps forming two separate prehistoric panoramas, one from the Jurassic and one from the Cretaceous. Both turtles are in margin of sheet, not on stamps. Glyptops is in the Jurassic panorama and Trionyx is in the Cretaceous panorama.

SC 3293

33c 06 Apr 99 Gopherus morafkai Pane of ten self-adhesive stamps which, w/ the selvedge, form a continuous desert scene. Tortoise on one stamp only. The tortoise on this pane was previously listed on this site as G. agassizii but the population of desert tortoises in the Sonoran Desert was recently referred to a new species: G. morafkai.

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33c 06 Apr 99 Gopherus morafkai Individual stamp w/ tortoise from Scott United States 3293.The tortoise on this stamp was previously listed on this site as G. agassizii but the population of desert tortoises in the Sonoran Desert was recently referred to a new species: G. morafkai.

SC 3611

$0.34 26 Apr 02 Gopherus polyphemus Sheet of ten self adhesives forming part of a scene in a longleaf pine forest in the Southeastern U.S. Turtle on one stamp only. Sheet inscribed "Longleaf Pine Forest" and "Nature of America".

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$0.34 26 Apr 02 Gopherus polyphemus Single stamp w/ tortoise from sheet of ten. Also depicts a gray fox.

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37c 19 Aug 02 Word "Turtle" Protrait of Ogden Nash, U.S. poet, w/ several of his poems printed in background. One poem contains the word "turtle". No picture of turtle, just the word.

SC 3818

37c 07 Oct 03 Terrapene ornata Semi-dorsal view of turtle facing right. Background plain white w/ name of turtle in upper left corner and denom. in lower right. Self-adhesive. From sheet of 20 reptiles and amphibians.

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37c 07 Oct 03 Terrapene ornata Vertical strip of five different stamps including Scott United States #3818. The other four stamps in the strip are a snake, a salamander, a lizard, and a frog.

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37c 02 Jan 04 Eretmochelys imbricata Sheet of ten 37c stamps depicting life on a Pacific coral reef. Turtle on one stamp only. Upper selvedge inscribed "Pacific Coral Reef". Bottom selvedge inscribed "Nature of America".

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37c 02 Jan 04 Eretmochelys imbricata Single stamp w/ turtle from Pacific Coral Reef sheet. Adult swimming right underwater.

SC 1CVP 83

** 2008 Chelonia mydas Turtle swimming up and to right. "Hawksbill Turtle" inscribed vertically in left selvedge but George Balazs has positively identified the turtle as a green, not a hawksbill. A serial number and "Stamps.com" inscribed vertically in right selvedge. ** Scott has assigned a number of 1CVP83 and a denom of 44c to this stamp although various denoms can be printed on it. These labels, without denominations, were sold by a private licensee of the United States Postal Service. The buyer then printed whatever denomination he or she required plus a bar-code-like design on the label, using his or her own computer and software purchased from the same licensee. This o/p'd label then became a stamp, legal for use as postage.

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* 01 Jun 12 Cartoon turtle Nemo the turtle stamp from strip of 5

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* 01 Jun 12 Cartoon turtle Strip of five [undenominated] 45c stamps and Nemo the turtle swims with a fish in the center position.

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Undenominated 2 Aug 16 Testudo Hermanii From set of 20 Pets.

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* 20 Sep 11 Unidentified Sea Turtle Pane of twenty identical stamps depicting the head of an Amur Tiger Cub. A silhouette of a sea turtle appears in the lower margin of the pane. * This is a semi-postal stamp without a numerical denomination. It is inscribed "First-Class +". It sold on the first day of issue for 44c plus an 11c surtax to benefit endangered animals.