White-Nose Syndrome

Bats with White-nose Syndrome Detected in Kansas

White-nose Syndrome has been confirmed in Kansas, making it the 32nd state to confirm the presence of the disease.                                

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WNS Fungus Confirmed in Oklahoma

The fungus that causes white-nose syndrome has been confirmed in Oklahoma. The presence of this fungus in Delaware County, OK, makes this the westernmost case of the fungus

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Potential Bio-Control of WNS fungus

Last week, new research was published by Dr. Chris Cornelison and collaborators at Georgia State University.

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Bats Battle Fungus Where They Sleep

Imagine a world without bats — a world overrun with biting insects, a world where plants that rely upon bat pollinators might disappear. Debbie Buecher, a Tucson bat biologist, is trying to prevent that scenario from becoming a reality.

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Grants Awarded to Battle WNS

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