Dzachary leaps into the realm of mycology, as he sheds some light on the prevalence of chytridiomycosis infections in amphibians, caused by fungal agents.
Frogs and other amphibians are being driven to extinction by a deadly fungus. So how does the fungus survive and continue to spread? Could crayfish be the key?
There is a killer out there, and its name is Chytrid… Well, actually it is Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd). The spores of this aquatic fungus get under the skin, causing it to ulcerate and slough...