All these illustrations are drawn by hand by Kristin Hein. Karl Henry was her scientific consultant. Feel free to contact her for custom work.
Each illustration has three versions:
an unlabeled illustration, a drawing with major structures labeled and another with lines pointing to major structural features for students to label. A photograph of the microscope slide specimen is usually included with each illustration.
Part 1: Cestodes (tapeworms)
Part 2: Trematodes (flukes)
Part 3: Nematodes (roundworms)
Part 4: Protozoa
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