USPS Snorkel Collection Box Receptacle

Genus: Littera

Description

The common Blue Box and other types of mailboxes found throughout the Five Boroughs, and the rest of America. The United States Postal Service knits the country together, is a jewel of our country, and must be strengthened and reinforced as a bedrock of our democracy. These boxes are tended by both city residents who regularly – if intermittently – feed it with letters, and postal officials removing waste daily (except for Sundays).

Species

  • Littera buxus
    Mail Collection Box Receptacle
    • L. buxus blavus
      Standard Collection Box Receptacle (Blue Box)
    • L. buxus localis
      Local Collection Box Receptacle
    • L. buxus beccus
      Snorkel Collection Box Receptacle
    • L. buxus prioritas
      Priority Mail Express® Collection Box Receptacle
  • Package Drop Units (PDUs)
  • Mail chute
  • Lobby Drop or Wall Drop
  • Cluster Box

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