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Anatomy of a Fruit Fly (Drosophila melanogaster) 

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Fruit Flies (Drosophila melanogaster)

medical illustration of Adult female. Body is organized in three main regions: head, thorax, and abdomen. Fruit flies have two wings and a pair of halteres (drumstick-shaped structures at the base of the wings that are thought to help with balance). Rendered in Adobe Illustrator in a vintage pen-and-ink style. One of a series of illustrations for Dr. Stephanie Mohr's book, First in Fly, published in March 2018.
Next medical illustration of Death cap mushrooms contain a deadly toxin called alpha-amanitin. Researchers have found that some wild strains of Drosophila are resistant to the toxin. Rendered in Adobe Illustrator in a vintage pen-and-ink style. One of a series of illustrations for Dr. Stephanie Mohr's book, First in Fly, published in March 2018.

Death Cap Mushrooms (Amanita phalloides)

Adult female. Body is organized in three main regions: head, thorax, and abdomen. Fruit flies have two wings and a pair of halteres (drumstick-shaped structures at the base of the wings that are thought to help with balance). Rendered in Adobe Illustrator in a vintage pen-and-ink style. One of a series of illustrations for Dr. Stephanie Mohr's book, First in Fly, published in March 2018.

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