Amphibian fungal panzootic causes catastrophic and ongoing loss of biodiversity

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Science  29 Mar 2019:
Vol. 363, Issue 6434, pp. 1459-1463
DOI: 10.1126/science.aav0379

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  • RE: Amphibian loss inWestern Oregon U.S.A.

    Has any research been done to frog loss in my area or western Oregon. Anecdotally we have heard loud frog chorus's in our wetland area near creeks and small streams. For the past several years this spring time ritual has not been heard at all. I am not qualified to identify these frogs but they may be Pacific tree frogs ranadae ?

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