The fungus that causes deadly white-nose syndrome was found for the second year in a row on little brown bats in northeastern California. Though no bats have been found in the state with the disease, an outbreak could be devastating, and biologists have asked wildlife professionals to watch for signs of the disease in any bats they handle.
White-nose syndrome fungus found on bats in N. Calif.
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