Host traits and environment interact to drive persistence of bat populations impacted by white-nose syndrome

Alexander Grimaudo, Joseph Hoyt, Steffany Yamada, Carl Herzog, Alyssa Bennett & Kate Langwig
Emerging infectious diseases have resulted in severe population declines across diverse taxa. In some instances, despite attributes associated with high extinction risk, disease emergence and host declines are followed by host stabilization for unknown reasons. While host, pathogen, and the environment are recognized as important factors that interact to determine host-pathogen coexistence, they are often considered independently. Here, we use a translocation experiment to disentangle the role of host traits and environmental conditions in driving...
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