Skeleton of the right wing of a white throated swift, Aeronautes saxatalis (specimen KU Birds 68887), a fluid-preserved specimen from the collections of the University of Kansas Natural History Museum, with elements colored to demonstrate forelimb anatomy. This scene was created by Jaimi Gray (oVert team) using pre-existing mesh files (see below), which were edited to separate, reposition, and color elements in Blender and Meshlab.
Segmentation and original mesh files by Karina Riddell using Volumegraphics VGStudioMax 3.3. The model was generated to complement a learning activity designed during the UF Center for Precollegiate Education and Training workshop “3D Vertebrates: From Museum Shelves to Classrooms.” Scanning and modeling of this specimen was funded by the oVert project at the University of Florida (NSF DBI 1701714, https://tinyurl.com/oVertwiki).
CT scan data of this specimen are available at: https://www.morphosource.org/Detail/SpecimenDetail/Show/specimen_id/22406