Ringneck Pheasant by John Sumner Welcome to the Newest Section of the Taxidermy Net!
The Taxidermy Net, in association with Breakthrough Magazine is proud to present this new reference section on the Taxidermy Net. Breakthrough has generously opened their file cabinets to some of the best reference photos that taxidermists have ever made. These photos were submitted by readers and chosen for use in the "Reference of the Month" feature in each Breakthrough Magazine from the past six years. Please feel free to browse the photos. Although copyrighted for publication, advertising and distribution purposes, you may print these photos if you wish for your personal reference use.
Mammals
Large North American Mammals
Medium and Small Mammals
African and Exotic Mammals
Birds
Waterfowl -- Ducks
Waterfowl -- Geese and Swans
Gamebirds
Fish
Warmwater Fish
Coldwater Fish
Saltwater Fish

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Each year, hundreds of personal reference photos are submitted from the studios of wildlife artists throughout the world to the offices of Breakthrough, the magazine devoted to the serious wildlife artist. Larry and Kathy Blomquist carefully evaluate the photos for color, clarity, and general usefulness to the reference needs of taxidermists. Out of these hundreds of submissions, only a select few are chosen as the very best and published in the popular "Reference" section in each issue. All published photographers receive a highly coveted Breakthrough T-shirt for their submission.

If you wish to submit a reference photo to Breakthrough, send a clear color print or slide, identified by species, along with your name, address, and daytime telephone number to: Breakthrough Reference, P. O. Box 2945, Hammond, LA 70404-2945.

For digital photos, Breakthough will need a minimum resolution of 1280 x 960 pixels in order to publish your photos in the magazine. If you wish to e-mail photos this large, they should be attached one at a time to an e-mail and sent individually to kblomquist@i-55.com. Digital files may also be burned on a CDR and mailed in the the above address.

Mammals
Large North American Mammals
Bear, Black
Bear, Grizzly
Bison
Caribou
Deer, Blacktail
Deer, Whitetail
Elk
Moose
Mountain Goat
Pronghorn Antelope
Medium & Small Mammals
Beaver
Bobcat
Chipmunk
Coyote
Fox Squirrel
Grey Fox
Hog
Jack Rabbit
Otter
Squirrel
African & Exotic Mammals
Baboon
Blackbuck
Bush Duiker
Deer, Axis
Deer, Fallow
Eland
Impala
Kudu
Muntjac
Roan Antelope
Sable Antelope
Springbok
Steinbok
Suni
Tiger
Waterbuck
Birds
Waterfowl -- Ducks
Black Duck
Bufflehead
Gadwall
Goldeneye
Green-Winged Teal
Mallard
Mandarin
Old Squaw
Northern Shoveler
Pintail
Redhead
Surf Scoter
Wood Duck
Waterfowl -- Geese and Swans
Canada Goose Cackler
Whitefronted Goose
Snow Goose
Tundra Swan
Mute Swan
Gamebirds
Sharptail Grouse
Mourning Dove
Mearn's Quail
Gambel's Quail
Mountain Quail
California (Valley) Quail
Scaled Quail
Chukar Partridge
Hungarian Partridge
Ringneck Pheasant
Wild Turkey
Ocellated Turkey
Gallinule
Valley Quail
Woodcock
Miscellaneous
Blue Crab
Horned Toad
Lobster
Fish
Warmwater Fish
Bass, Largemouth
Bass, Peacock
Bass, Smallmouth
Bass, Wiper
Carp
Crappie, Black
Gar, Longnose
Grayling
Northern Pike
Saugeye
Spoon-Billed Paddlefish
Walleye
Yellow Perch
Coldwater Fish
Salmon, Chinook
Salmon, Kokanee
Salmon, Sockeye
Trout, Brook
Trout, Brown
Trout, Cutthroat
Trout, Lake
Trout, Palomino
Trout, Rainbow
Trout, Steelhead
Trout, Tiger
Saltwater Fish
Amberjack
Flounder
Grouper
Grunt
Pinfish
Sheephead
Snapper
Snook
Spotted Sea Trout
Speckled Trout
Tuna
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