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Using wash water or swabs, tadpoles and frogs can be tested for chytrid fungus infection. Diagnostic sampling assays developed by CSIRO Livestock Industries' Australian Animal Health Laboratory (AAHL) can detect even low levels of fungus zoospores. Photographer: Veronica Olsen, CSIRO Livestock Industries.

Photographer : Veronica Olsen

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Testing frogs for chytrid fungus infection
Testing frogs for chytrid fungus infection
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