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Press Release 06-020

Outbreak: Rapid Appearance of Fungus Devastates Frogs, Salamanders in Panama

Deadly organism is likely heading east

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Frogs and other amphibians in Panama and elsewhere have been devastated by a waterborne fungus

Harlequin frogs and other amphibians at El Cope, Panama, and elsewhere have been devastated by a waterborne fungus.

Credit: Nicolle Rager Fuller, National Science Foundation


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A rocket frog is dying near a stream in El Cope, Panama.

A rocket frog is dying near a stream in El Cope, Panama.

Credit: Forrest Brem


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White poison oozes from the glands of this dead toad in a stream in El Cope, Panama.

White poison oozes from the glands of this dead toad in a stream in El Cope, Panama.

Credit: Forrest Brem


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A dead golden frog decomposes on a mossy boulder in El Cope, Panama.

A dead golden frog decomposes on a mossy boulder in El Cope, Panama.

Credit: Forrest Brem


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