Some frogs may be bouncing back after killer chytrid fungus

Tests show the invasive pathogen isn’t weakening even as some amphibian numbers rise

speckled glass frog

NEW FROG NORMAL  Panama’s amphibians (speckled glass frog, shown) still face a killer fungus as dangerous as it was during an earlier pandemic. So researchers are looking for signs of new froggy toughness.

Douglas Woodhams

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