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Department of Vertebrate Zoology

Division of Amphibians & Reptiles

Phyllomedusa vaillantii
Phyllomedusa vaillantii Ecuador, Pastaza Province. Photographed by William W. Lamar
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    Addison Wynn
    Museum Specialist (Collection Manager)

  • Phone: (202) 633-0737
  • Fax: (202) 633-0182
  • E-mail: wynna@si.edu

  • Mailing Address:
    Smithsonian Institution
    PO Box 37012, MRC 162
    Washington, DC 20013-7012

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    National Museum of Natural History
    10th and Constitution Ave, NW
    Washington, DC 20560-0162

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Education

B.S. (Zoology), 1978, Mississippi State University
M.S. (Zoology), 1982, University of Maryland, College Park

Responsibilities and Research Interests

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

Recent Publications

Wynn, Addison H., Reynolds, Robert P., Buden, Donald W., Falanruw, Marjorie C. and Lynch, Brian 2012. The unexpected discovery of blind snakes (Serpentes: Typhlopidae) in Micronesia: two new species of Ramphotyphlops from the Caroline Islands. Zootaxa, 31: 39-54.

Watling, Dick, Wynn, Addison H. and Zug, George R. 2010. Rediscovery of the Taveuni blind snake. Oryx, 44(2): 165-166.

Vidal, Nicolas, Marin, Julie, Morini, Marina, Donnellan, Steve, Branch, William R., Thomas, Richard, Vences, Miguel, Wynn, Addison H., Cruaud, Corinne and Hedges, S. Blair 2010. Blindsnake evolutionary tree reveals long history on Gondwana. Biology Letters, 6(4): 558-561. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2010.0220

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