And here I thought I was going to see issues of stamps that portrayed mold and mildew as the theme! I am disappointed!!!
I got a good laugh from this post, Ebbo - and needed one! There`s lots of mushrooms on stamps, but fungi, I don`t think so. You could always design some "fridge pets" on stamps and try to sell them to some moist country! By the way, I speak some French, and they tend to refer to all fungi as "champignons", so humans can grow mushrooms too! Sounds to me like you might be a "fungi" (fun guy?)
Collecting Australia, New Zealand, Channel Islands, Canada, U.S., St-Pierre et Miquelon, Faroe Islands Topical - Seahorses, Paleophilately, Machins (limited), kingfishers, trees, horoscope & zodiac, O`Higgins (Chile), Lake Baikal.
Be very careful of Black Mold, i was exposed to it and got sick for 6 months it almost killed me, i now suffer breathing problem late in midlife ,My brother inlaw lived accross the street from me and he had black mold in his basement and thats where i got the spores in my lungs. My Brother inlaw died from the black mold spores from his house he got cancer in the lungs and it spread all threw his body. I Stay away from any mold today ,but if i had to clean it i would use a watered down bleach not strong enough to harm you to clean it.It works some dont like bleach but its used in alot of things we use everyday including our water. johnnyo.
I collect : Canada, United States, Australia ,France, Hungry, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, New Zealand, Romania, Yugoslavia, Russia, China, Italy, Austria, Ireland, British Empire, Poland, Japan, And mostly any where in the world in mint stamps.
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