World Wide Fund For Nature
Official First Day Covers – Monarch Butterfly – Mexico, D.F.
A set of 4 FDC’s – Monarch Butterfly – Mexico, D.F. – Every year in autumn, thousands and thousands of Monarch Butterflies migrate from northern North America southwards to California and Mexico for overwintering. In the U.S.A. the Monarch is a common and much-loved butterfly. Food plants of the Monarch’s larvae are predominantly milkweeds. Within two weeks, the caterpillars moult their skin five times and then transform into jade-green pupae. Males and females are very similar in appearance.
Date Of issue:-30.09.1985.
Cost 300/-for Set of 4. Contact us at 08860120900.