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<i>Batrachochytrium salamandriovrans</i> (<i/>Bsal</i>) in Appalachia—Using scenario building to proactively prepare for a wildlife disease outbreak caused by an invasive amphibian chytrid fungus:
US Geological Survey, January 2018
Hopkins, M.C., Adams, M.J., Super, P.E., Olson, D.H., Hickman, C.R., English, P., Sprague, L., Maska, I.B., Pennaz, A.B., Ludwig, K.A.
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