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White-Nose Syndrome of batsAuthor(s): Jessie A. Glaeser; Martin J. Pfeiffer; Daniel L. Lindner
Source: Mushroom The Journal of Wild Mushrooming. lssue 114, Vol. 31, No. 4. pp. 42-46.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Forest Products Laboratory
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DescriptionDevastating. Catastrophic. Unprecedented. This is how white-nose syndrome of bats (WNS) is characterized. It is one of the deadliest wildlife diseases ever observed and could have significant impacts on outdoor recreation, agriculture and wildlife management.
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CitationGlaeser, Jessie A.; Pfeiffer, Martin J.; Lindner, Daniel L. 2016. White-Nose syndrome of bats. Mushroom The Journal of Wild Mushrooming. 31(114): 42-47.
KeywordsWhite nose syndrome of bats, Pseudogymnoascus destructans
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