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The Biology Unit was organized in May 1951 and is the largest group - to our knowledge - dedicated to the international cooperative study of biological postage stamps and related material. It is a nonprofit organization and dues are based on cost of operations, chiefly the production and mailing of Biophilately. This journal averages 50 pages per issue, covering the new ZOOLOGICAL and BOTANICAL issues of the world, identified and classified to the best of our ability. Our membership includes many professional persons in the zoological and botanical fields who share their expertise in the interest of increasing our knowledge, as well as many amateurs who give their time so this knowledge is kept current.

All members are encouraged to contribute articles and checklists on various biological subjects for publication. Many of our members have contributed to Biophilately and to Topical Time, and have also been responsible for ATA Handbooks.

Biology stamps; botany stamps; zoology stamps; plant stamps; flower stamps; crop stamps; agriculture stamps; animal stamps; wild animal stamps; mammal stamps; reptile stamps; amphibian stamps; bird stamps; butterfly stamps; insect stamps; fish stamps; herpetology stamps; entomology stamps; ichthyology stamps; bug stamps; beetle stamps; moth stamps; fungi stamps; mushroom stamps; tree stamps; dog stamps; cat stamps; paleontology stamps; forestry stamps; vertebrate stamps; invertebrate stamps.

Index Vol. 1-62

NEWS of NOTE

Chicagopex 2016

Updated Butterfly and Moth Handbook

Biophilately earns Gold at Stampshow 2015

 

Updated: February 16, 2016

aps gold medal ATA vermeil award medal

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