This category is for websites dealing with the fossils or paleontology of Texas.
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Fossil collection localities in Austin, Texas from the University of Texas.
Central Texas Paleontological Society
A scientific, non-profit, community-based organization devoted to the study of fossils. Contact information and meeting times.
Description of a field trip to the Permian reef complex.
North Texas Fossils
Lance Hall is an amateur fossil hunter and provides photographs of his finds in the Greater Dallas and Fort Worth areas.
Paleontological Society of Austin
Membership includes people with various levels of interest and expertise in the field of Paleontology. Describes club activities, meeting time and place, officers, and links to related clubs.
Houston Museum of Natural History.
Permian Reef Complex
Description of a site in the Delaware Basin of West Texas.
PPHM Paleontology and Geology
The Paleontology and Geology exhibits depict life in the Texas Panhandle millions of years ago. Skeletons of prehistoric animals such as the ground sloth, sabre-toothed cat, shovel-tusked mastodon and the Triceratops pictured here, are on display. Models of Palo Duro Canyon and the long-buried Amarillo Mountains add to the story.
Pterosaurs in Texas
The UnNaural Museum exhibit
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