Global Amphibian Extinction Risk Assessment for the Panzootic Chytrid Fungus

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Matthew C. Fisher; Michael Veith; Susan Walker; Trenton W. J. Garner; Jaime Bosch; Sebastian Schmidtlein; Jon Bielby; Jos Kielgast; Dennis Rödder; Stefan Lötters;
(2009)

Species are being lost at increasing rates due to anthropogenic effects, leading to the recognition that we are witnessing the onset of a sixth mass extinction. Emerging infectious disease has been shown to increase species loss and any attempts to reduce extinction rat... View more
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