|ID||Michel: Scott: Stanley Gibbons: Yvert: UPU: AR010.12 Category: pF|
|Author||Photography of Mounting of elefant skeleton: Museum's Historical Archive. Butterflies and Birds Hall: Marcelo Ganevari. Dinosaur Bonatitan reigi: Angel Fusaro|
|Stamps in set||4|
|Value||2,50 - assembly process elephant's skeleton
2,50 - "Bird Room" of the museum.
2,50 - entomological collection of the museum
2,50 - fossil of Titanosaurian dinosaur
|Size (width x height)||2 stamps of 34x44 mm and 2 stamps off 44x34mm|
|Layout||Sheets of 20|
|Paper||without any watermark, without any phosphorescence|
|Print Technique||Offset, four colours, plus a metalized link|
|Printed by||Letra Viva SA, Buenos Aires|
|Quantity||60.000 each stamp; FDC: 4.000|
|Issuing Authority||Correo Oficial de la Republica Argentina SA|
Great palaeontologistand the first Argentine director of the Museum Florentine Ameghino on stamp of Argentina 1956
|The stamps set includes four stamps: Photography of mounting on the ground floor of the Museum's building skeleton of elefant Dahila that died at the Buenos Aires City Zoo in 1943. View of the Museum's new Birds's Hall, inagurated at the end of 2010. Frame of the showcase showing the different funvtions of feather. Butteflies of the Agrias narcissus species. View of one of the collection of the Entomology Division, that holds about 2.000.000 insects|
The type species is Bonatitan reigi, first described by Martinelli and Forasiepi in 2004. The description is based on a partial skeleton, including a braincase and caudal vertebrae.
Bonatitan is measuring about six meters long, 1.5 high and weighing three tons.
Bonatitan genus is a tribute to Argentine paleontologist Jose Bonaparte and regi species a homage to Argentine paleontologist Osvaldo Reig.
Osvaldo Alfredo Reig, (14 August, 1929 - 13 March 1992), was an Argentine biologist and paleontologist. He was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He made numerous contributions in the fields of paleontology and biological evolution.
|FDC||Customized FDC sent from Argentina to Venezuela thre weeks after stamps issue.|
|Register letter from Argentina to Denmark, stamps issued in 2014 used to complete correct postal rate.||Register letter from Argentina to Germany. The fifth stamp, depicting fossil of dinosaur (Carnotaurus sastrei) is from Argentina 2001 set|