Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

Addison Wynn

Museum Specialist
Department / Division
  • B.S. (Zoology), 1978, Mississippi State University
  • M.S. (Zoology), 1982, University of Maryland, College Park
Research Interests

Collection management, with emphasis on the salamander and tissue collections. Taxonomy and systematics of blind snakes and salamanders.

  • Buhlmann, K. A. and Wynn, Addison H. 1996. "Geographic Distribution, Gyrinophilus palleucus." Herpetological Review 27 (3): 147– 148.
  • Wynn, Addison H. and Leviton, A. E. 1993. "2 New Species of Blind Snake, Genus Typhlops (Reptilia, Squamata, Typhlopidae), from the Philippine Archipelago." Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 106 (1): 34– 45.
  • Wynn, Addison H. 1988. "Geographic Distribution: Typhlops ater." Herpetology Review 19 (3): 60.
  • Wynn, Addison H., Highton, R., and Jacobs, Jeremy F. 1988. "A New Species of Rock-Crevice Dwelling Plethodon from Pigeon Mountain, Georgia." Herpetologica 44 (2): 135– 143.
  • Wynn, Addison H., Cole, Charles J., and Gardner, Alfred L. 1987. "Apparent Triploidy in the Unisexual Brahminy Blind Snake, Ramphotyphlops braminus." American Museum Novitates 2868: 1– 7.
  • Brandon, Ronald A., Jacobs, Jeremy F., Wynn, Addison H., and Sever, David M. 1986. "A Naturally Metamorphosed Tennessee Cave Salamander (Gyrinophilus palleucus)." Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 61: 1– 2.
  • Wynn, Addison H. 1986. "Linkage Disequilibrium and a Contact Zone in Plethodon cinereus on the Del-Mar-Va Peninsula." Evolution 40 (1): 44– 54.
  • Zug, George R., Wynn, Addison H., and Ruckdeschel, Carol. 1986. "Age determination of loggerhead sea turtles, Caretta caretta, by incremental growth marks in the skeleton." Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology (427): 1– 34.
  • Wynn, Addison H. and Zug, George R. 1985. "Observations on the Reproductive Biology of Candoia carinata (Serpentes, Boidae)." The Snake 17: 15– 24.
  • Zug, George R., Wynn, Addison H., and Ruckdeschel, Carol. 1983. "Age Estimates of Cumberland Island Loggerhead Sea Turtles." Marine Turtle News (25): 9– 11.

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