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  • noun Plural form of ranavirus.

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  • In Britain, infections caused by a family of pathogens called ranaviruses, which emerged in the 1980s, are causing widespread deaths among some of the most common amphibians.

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  • In Britain, infections caused by a family of pathogens called ranaviruses, which emerged in the 1980s, are causing widespread deaths among some of the most common amphibians.

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  • In Britain, infections caused by a family of pathogens called ranaviruses, which emerged in the 1980s, are causing widespread deaths among some of the most common amphibians.

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  • In Britain, infections caused by a family of pathogens called ranaviruses, which emerged in the 1980s, are causing widespread deaths among some of the most common amphibians.

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  • SF Walker et al. Ecology and pathology of amphibian ranaviruses

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  • SF Walker et al. Ecology and pathology of amphibian ranaviruses

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  • Scientists did locate ranaviruses however, and some were taken back to Australia to be stored and studied at the Animal Health Lab in Geelong.

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  • In 2006, ranaviruses were detected in the tiger salamander bait trade between May and October in Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado but weren't found in the bait shops sampled in Nebraska and Texas.

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  • But James Collins, assistant director for biological sciences at the National Science Foundation, and Angela Picco of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, discovered salamanders in bait shops in Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico are infected with ranaviruses, and those in Arizona with a chytrid fungus called Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis.

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  • Scientists did locate ranaviruses however, and some were taken back to Australia to be stored and studied at the Animal Health Lab in Geelong.

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