Where salamanders should be very afraid

Three hot spots in North America highly vulnerable if killer Bsal fungus invades

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DON’T LET THE FUNGUS GET ME  North America’s extreme diversity of salamanders (lungless Ensatina eschscholtzii from the West Coast shown) could face catastrophic losses if the deadly Bsal fungus invades via the international live-animal trade. 

T. Yap

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