White nose confirmed on Indiana bats


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White nose syndrome, a fungus that is linked to the death of approximately a million bats throughout the eastern United States, has now been confirmed on two Indiana bats. You can read the actual Indiana Department of Natural Resources press release here. [pdf]

The bats are thus finally spreading the fungus north, as has been expected.

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