Saving salamanders from amphibian killer may take extreme measures

Experience from outbreaks of lethal Bd fungus may help defend North America’s salamander paradise


SAVE OUR SALAMANDERS  North American biologists hope a new import ban — and help from citizen scientists — will defend the continent’s extraordinary diversity of salamanders, like this Ensatina salamander, from deadly Bsal fungus.

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