White Nose Syndrome in Missouri

little brown bat with white nose syndrome on cave wallWhite nose syndrome has been confirmed in three bats from two caves in Lincoln County, in northeast Missouri. Both caves are public, but their exact location has not been disclosed to prevent human disturbance of the remaining bats in the cave, the The Missouri Department of Conservation press release says.

The fungus that causes white nose syndrome was found in two locations in Missouri during the winter of 2009-2010, but did not cause bat mortality. The three bats in this most recent report are confirmed to have the disease caused by the fungus.

Read more:
Missouri Department of Conservation press release

So far news reports have not added to the information in the press release.

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