Table 2

Studies that show clearance of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd) from infected amphibian hosts.

Reference

Amphibian species

Lab or field

Temperature


Woodhams et al. [90]

Litoria chloris

Lab

2 d × 8 hr at 37°C

Berger et al. [58]

Mixophyes fasciolatus

Lab

Constant 27°C

Retallick and Miera [49]

Pseudacris triseriata

Lab

5 d at 32°C

Bishop et al. [59]

Leiopelma archeyi

Lab

Constant 15°C

Becker and Harris [51]

Plethodon cinereus

Lab

Constant 17°C

Kriger and Hero [237]

Litoria wilcoxii

Field

Natural

Corn [238]

Bufo boreas

Field

Natural

Murray et al. [147]

Litoria pearsoniana

Field

Natural

Pilliod et al. [19]

Bufo boreas

Field

Natural

Briggs et al. [17]

Rana muscosa

Field

Natural

Voordouw et al. [239]

Rana pipiens

Field

Natural

Geiger et al. [91]

Alytes obstetricans

Lab

5 d at 28°C

Márquez et al. [240]

Hypsiboas crepitans

Lab

Constant 23°C

Chatfield & Richards-Zawacki [92]

Rana catesbeiana and Acris crepitans

Lab

10 d at 30°C


Clearance of Bd from marked individuals in field studies may have been caused by fluctuations in seasonal environmental conditions, but other factors are possible.

Woodhams et al. Frontiers in Zoology 2011 8:8   doi:10.1186/1742-9994-8-8

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