Data from: Resistance in persisting bat populations after white-nose syndrome invasion

Kate E. Langwig, Joseph R. Hoyt, Katy L. Parise, Winifred F. Frick, Jeffrey T. Foster & A. Marm Kilpatrick
Increases in anthropogenic movement have led to a rise in pathogen introductions and the emergence of infectious diseases in naive host communities worldwide. We combined empirical data and mathematical models to examine changes in disease dynamics in little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus) populations following the introduction of the emerging fungal pathogen Pseudogymnoascus destructans, which causes the disease white-nose syndrome. We found that infection intensity was much lower in persisting populations than in declining populations where...
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