The American Elm, Massachusetts.
One of several amphibious showings, the Red Hills Salamandar, Alabama.
Fans of emerald, take note of the official gem of North Carolina.
Another gem, albeit a humbler one, the quartz on a poppy tomato background, Arkansas.
The big Apple.
Something on which everyone ought to be able to agree when it comes to Florida: the orange.
We weren't kidding about the European (also called Praying) mantis; Connecticut.
Shark teeth, Georgia.
That's not a Coho, Chum, Chinook, Sockeye, or King salmon. The state fish of Washington is, in fact, a Steelhead trout. (Though this particular trout is a sea-faring one, and is classed as a salmon.)
These colors are just lovely.
There's something just a little punk about this particular print: the Wild Blueberry, Maine.
The Eastern Bluebird of Missouri is one of several birds in the collection. This would be perfect in a child's room.
Another salamander, the Eastern Tiger, in the mix; Illinois.
The catfish (Channel; we think it's quite cool) and...
...The wasp. Make that the Tarantula Hawk Wasp. (No wonder it's New Mexico's official insect.)
If an iPod ad went serpentine.
A striking kernel matrix. Wisconsin's official grain, corn.
As promised, the trilobite. To see the entire collection, visit PrintCollection.