New Commentary on impacts of invasive chytrid fungi on amphibians

In a recent contribution our colleague Adrián García, in collaboration with Héctor Zumbado from the University of California at Riverside, has published a commentary on a recent paper by Scheele et al in Nature Ecology and Evolution (NEE).

The study conducted delves into the intricate dynamics of an emerging chytrid fungal disease that affects amphibians worldwide and its profound impact on native species distributions. You can find all the details here!

Following B. dendrobatidis emergence, native species such as the common mist frog (Litoria rheocola) show large contractions in both their geographical range and realized climatic niche. (Chris Mattison/Alamy Stock Photo)