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Jun 30, 2015

Amphibian Disease Alert

Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans (B.sal) is a newly-discovered species of chytrid fungus that has now been found in captive newts and salamanders within the UK.

BIAZA's Reptile and Amphibian Working Group have worked with a number of other partners to produce this brief alert and advice document.  Please make this available to all staff within your collections who work with amphibians.

Click here to view the amphibian disease alert document.  

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