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  •  I noticed on that map you posted (6+ / 0-)

    that the southern and eastern boundaries of the infection are very sharp while the western and northern boundaries are patchy.  The implication is that WNS is not invading the southeastern coastal plain.  If this holds up then that could be a big help in eventual recovery if immunity evolves.  Southeastern populations could function as refuges and hopefully eventually repopulate area devastated by WNS

    "To see both sides of a quarrel, is to judge without hate or alarm" - Richard Thompson

    by matching mole on Wed Jul 24, 2013 at 04:07:52 AM PDT

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