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Back to Seymour, Back in time: Part One
June 17, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

Far up in north Texas, past Ft. Worth and Wichita Falls, past the point where the flora turns from trees to shrubs, past a town with a funny name, Megargel, pop. 203, past a massive wind farm with tall white blades lording over thousands of acres of land, and then another, and another, lies the […]

Wash, rinse and repeat: See pics from Paleo Wash Day at HMNS Sugar Land
August 14, 2012 · Be The First To Comment

I would like to thank the approximately 175 citizen scientists that came out Saturday at HMNS Sugar Land. They helped us process approximately 1,000 pounds of soil and rock from the specimens we’ve collected from our Permian-aged (182-187 million years ago) site near Seymour,Texas. I was impressed with your cooperativeness, curiosity, and, most importantly, the […]

Live from the Field: Secodontosaurus Found?
November 7, 2008 · 2 Comments

(c)Dr. Robert T. Bakker Our paleontology team – led by Dr. Robert Bakker – is back in Seymour, TX this week, digging for Dimetrodon at a site they’ve now been working for several years. (You can read more of what’s been found already in our daily blog from the field in 2007). Chris Flis sent […]

Live from the field – New Discoveries
November 6, 2008 · 2 Comments

Dr. Bakker (right) and Chris Flis dig the “Uma” site in Seymour. Our paleontology team – led by Dr. Robert Bakker – is back in Seymour, TX this week, digging for Dimetrodon at a site they’ve now been working for several years. (You can read more of what’s been found already in our daily blog […]



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