each of the stamps has the same shell border
The Moonfish, or Monodactylus argenteus, is a disc shaped silvery fish with a flattened body. They can reach as big as 11" (27cm). They are found in the Red Sea (and east coast of Africa) and seem to like fresh water tidal pools and inshore reefs where they are known to feed on insects, plant matter and detritus.
This is a stamp and series I must look out for.ReplyDelete
I agree, great stamp with lots going on.ReplyDelete
I like the shell border, and the fish is beautiful. Um, 27 inches is a lot bigger than 11 cm. Maybe it's the other way around?ReplyDelete
yes, that is a rather glaring error. thank you!Delete
What a beautiful stamp!ReplyDelete