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Frogs And Toads On Stamps, Covers And Postmarks.

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Australian "Small Pond" minature sheet.

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Venda Frogs !









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The Abah River Flying Frog, commonly known as Wallace's Flying Frog, is a moss frog found from the Malay Peninsula into western Indonesia. It is named for the biologist, Alfred R. Wallace, who collected the first specimen to be formally identified. Here is an image of a stamp depicting one of these shiny 80-100 mm long critters, printed by offset, and issued by Cambodia on May 4, 1993, Scott No. 1276.

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Toba Sojo (1053-1140), whose true name was Kakuyu, was a Japanese nobleman and painter of the Heian period who became a Buddhist priest, is believed to have painted the Animal Caricature, or Choju Giga, scrolls, which are considered among the finest examples of Japanese narrative scroll painting. Here is an image of a stamp depicting Toba Sojo's comic frogs scroll, printed by photogravure, and issued by Japan on March 25, 1977, Scott No.1276.

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i reckon I can find 15 or so offhand !

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sorry for the repeat of Hamiltons frog..i should have looked closer before I posted !!
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The Mongolian toad, also known as the piebald toad or Siberian sand toad (Pseudepidalea raddei), is a species of toad found in East Asia. It was classed as Bufo raddei prior to the 2006 definition of the genus Pseudepidalea. This stamp was printed by lithogravure, and issued by Mongolia on September 5, 1972, Scott No. 677.

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Dainty frog from Botswana.

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From the story:
Froschkönig - King of Frogs


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Frogs on stamps on Bookmarks : Funky Frog



North Korea
King Kong Frog
(the marks near his left leg are humans)

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The strawberry poison dart frog.

the frogs poison was used by South American Indians for their darts and blowpipes when hunting prey.
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these tiny orange tree frogs measure about 2.5 inches, the poison is secreted on the back..do not lick your frog
Costa Rica PPC


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