Lindgren Hall of Ichthyology
On Friday afternoon, July 29th, the Whiteside Museum of Natural History in Seymour, Texas, honored AAPS member Anthony Lindgren by dedicating their new fossil fish exhibit the "Lindgren Hall of Ichthyology". Anthony has been a long-time supporter of the museum and the WMNH wanted to thank him for the donation of his time, and access to his rich fossil beds for research and collection by the museum's paleontology team.
The WMNH is proud to exhibit world-class fossils from the Green River Formation of western Wyoming. Mr. Lindgren's continuous passion for paleontology and support of science and education is an inspiration to us all.
To see a growing list of specimens donated to museums and universities around the world by Anthony and other professional paleontologists, visit "Fossil Specimens Placed in Museums and Universities by Professional (Commercial) Paleontology" on the Journal of Paleontological Sciences website.Collection/Display Photos
Association of Applied Paleontological Sciences (AAPS) - 8/2/2022 - 8/2/2022