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Bats with White Nose Syndrome

 

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Little brown bat exhibiting symptoms of white-nose syndrome.
A little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus) exhibiting the symptoms of white-nose sydrome.

 

Photo Credit: New York Department of Environmental Conservation
File size: 1.9 MB
Format: TIF image
Print: 4.7 x 7 inches
Resolution: 300 dpi

Cluster of little brown bats with white-nose syndrome.
A cluster of little brown bats exhibiting the symptoms of white-nose sydrome.

 

Photo Credit: New York Department of Environmental Conservation
File size: 566KB
Format: JPG image
Print: 4.7 x 2 inches
Resolution: 300 dpi

Four bats with white-nose syndrome.
Bats exhibiting the symptoms of white-nose sydrome.

 

Photo Credit: USFWS: Susi von Oettingen
File size: 151 KB
Format: TIF image
Print: 5.5 x 10.4 inches
Resolution: 96 dpi

 

 

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