Drawings by Michigan Science Art
Joseph E. Trumpey, Director, AB, MFA
Science Illustration, School of Art and Design, University of Michigan
Wendy Baker, ADN, BFA
Ryan Burkhalter, BFA, MFA
Brian Cressman, BFA, MFA
Emily S. Damstra, BFA, MFA
Maggie Dongvillo, BFA
Barbara Duperron, BFA, MFA
Jarrod Erdody, BA, MFA
Dan Erickson, BA, MS
Patricia Ferrer, AB, BFA, MFA
George Starr Hammond, BA, MS, PhD
Gillian Harris, BA
Maps by XNR Productions
Paul Exner, Chief cartographer XNR Productions, Madison, WI
Jonathan Higgins, BFA, MFA Amanda Humphrey, BFA Emilia Kwiatkowski, BS, BFA Jacqueline Mahannah, BFA, MFA John Megahan, BA, BS, MS Michelle L. Meneghini, BFA, MFA Katie Nealis, BFA Laura E. Pabst, BFA Amanda Smith, BFA, MFA Christina St.Clair, BFA Bruce D. Worden, BFA Kristen Workman, BFA, MFA
Thanks are due to the University of Michigan, Museum of Zoology, which provided specimens that served as models for the images.
Laura Exner Andy Grosvold Cory Johnson Paula Robbins
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