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Species Gallery The images above are used with kind permission from The University of Texas at Austin School of Biological Sciences. They are derived from two articles within two pubications dating from 1943 and 1944:
The University of Texas Publication No. 4313: April 1, 1943
STUDIES IN THE GENETICS OF DROSOPHILA III.
THE DROSOPHILIDAE OF THE SOUTHWEST
Directed by J. T. Patterson
Professor of Zoology
The University of Texas
The University of Texas Publication No. 4445: December 1, 1944
STUDIES IN THE GENETICS OF DROSOPHILA IV.
Papers dealing with the taxonomy, nutrition, cytology
and interspecific hybridization in Drosophila
Directed by J. T. Patterson
Professor of Zoology
The University of Texas
From the ACKNOWLEDGMENTS in the earlier publication, the attribution to the artist of the original color illustrations is as follows:
Appreciation is due Mrs. Sarah L. Martin for the great care she has taken in making the pastels and pen and ink drawings with which this publication is illustrated. Mrs. Martin made all of the finished drawings, although the dissections and outline drawings of the reproductive systems of thirty-five species were done by Dr. L. E. Rosenblad. [...] All other species were dissected and illustrated by Mrs. Martin, except that the stippling on some of the pen and ink drawings was done by Miss Virginia L. Smith.


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