A18-1 Decline of (A) Sierra Nevada mountain yellow-legged frog, Rana sierrae, and (B) southern mountain yellow-legged frog, Rana muscosa, in California, USA
A18-2 Maps of the three study metapopulations showing the spread of Bd and frog population status (adults only) during a 4-year period following the initial detection of Bd
A18-3 Frog Bd dynamics in eight intensively sampled populations in Milestone and Sixty Lake basins before and after detection of Bd
A19-1 Maps indicating (A) the global prevalence of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis. (B) Regional U.S. prevalence of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis
A20-1 (A) Greater mouse-eared bat (Myotis myotis) with white fungal growth around its muzzle, ears, and wing membranes. (B) Scanning electron micrograph of a bat hair colonized by Geomyces destructans
A20-2 Locations in Europe of bats positive for Geomyces destructans by PCR alone (circles) or by PCR and culture (solid stars) and bats negative for G. destructans but positive for other fungi (square)
A21-1 Distribution of confirmed and suspected records of G. destructans on hibernating bats in Europe
A21-2 Photographic evidence showing bats with confirmed or suspected growth of G. destructans
A21-3 Seasonal changes of the number of live bats reported with white fungal growth in Europe
A21-4 Indirect evidence of bats grooming off G. destructans during hibernation
A21-S1 Monitoring of bats at an hibernaculum in Germany during (A) the winter 2006/2007 (September 5, 2006 until April 19, 2007) and (B) the winter 2007/2008 (August 28, 2007 until April 23, 2008)


WO-1 The Fungal Gardens of Leafcutter Ants
WO-2 Factors in the Emergence of Infectious Diseases

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