Felis catus skull and chicken embryo drawings were done for the Workbook in Comparative Vertebrate Zoology 4050 at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and are shown here with the permission of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and the author, Dr. Timothy Gaudin. The Felis skull is pencil and mixed media; the chick embyros are ink stipple.
Some of the pen and ink drawings of bat mandibles appeared in the following article: Gaudin, T.J., A.N. Miller, J.L. Bramblett, and T.P.Wilson, 2011. Holocene and Late Pleistocene Bat Fossils (Mammalia: Chiroptera) from Hamilton County, TN, and their ecological implications. [Southeastern Naturalist, 10(4): 609-628]. With permission from Southeastern Naturalist and the editor-in-chief Keith Goldfarb.