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Daszak, P., A. Strieby, A.A Cunningham, J.E. Longcore, C.C. Brown, and D. Porter. 2004. Experimental evidence that the bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana) is a potential carrier of chytridiomycosis, an emerging fungal disease of amphibians. Herpetological Journal 14:201-208. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Andrew-Cunningham-5/publication/279901735_Experimental_evidence_that_the_bullfrog_Rana_catesbeiana_is_a_potential_carrier_of_chytridiomycosis_an_emerging_fungal_disease_of_amphibians/links/58226aae08aeebc4f89170aa/Expe.
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Reference Number: 35715
Type: Journal Article
Author: Daszak, P., A. Strieby, A.A Cunningham, J.E. Longcore, C.C. Brown, and D. Porter
Date (year): 2004
Article Title:Experimental evidence that the bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana) is a potential carrier of chytridiomycosis, an emerging fungal disease of amphibians
Journal Name: Herpetological Journal
Volume: 14
Issue:
Pages: 201-208
URL: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Andrew-Cunningham-5/publication/279901735_Experimental_evidence_that_the_bullfrog_Rana_catesbeiana_is_a_potential_carrier_of_chytridiomycosis_an_emerging_fungal_disease_of_amphibians/links/58226aae08aeebc4f89170aa/Expe
Keywords: Lithobates catesbeianus, American Bullfrog, impacts, disease
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