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.

  • 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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