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What drives the spread of the fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis , which causes chytridiomycosis, is of particular interest because it has contributed to the global decline of amphibians benign prostatic hyperplasia age . In this week’s PLoS Biology, shows Jay Diffendorfer, Michael Sears and Karen Lips, as they spatio-temporal pattern spatio-temporal pattern of loss of highland amphibians in Central and South America as a proxy for the arrival of Bd and found that amphibian declines in Central and South America are best explained by Bd spread by highland populations, and identified four separate introductions of Bd in South America.

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