Study suggests white-nose syndrome does not threaten European bats

09/20/2010 |

American and European researchers have found that white-nose syndrome, a fungal disease responsible for decimating bat populations in North America, also was present in Swiss, Hungarian and German bats, but that the fungus found in those European bats does not seem to be fatal. A genetic study is under way to establish the link between the fungus in North America and Europe.

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