Further Reading

Ashu, E. E., and J. Xu. 2015. The roles of sexual and asexual reproduction in the origin and dissemination of strains causing fungal infectious disease outbreaks. Infection, Genetics and Evolution 36:199-209.

Bernard, R. F., J. T. Foster, E. V. Willcox, K. L. Parise, and G. F. McCracken. 2015. Molecular Detection of the Causative Agent of White-nose Syndrome on Rafinesque’s Big-eared Bats (Corynorhinus rafinesquii) and Two Species of Migratory Bats in the Southeastern USA. Journal of Wildlife Diseases.

Burns, L. E., and H. G. Broders. 2015. Maximizing mating opportunities: higher autumn swarming activity in male versus female Myotis bats. Journal of Mammalogy .

Davy, C. M., F. Martinez-Nunez, C. K. R. Willis, and S. V. Good. 2015. Spatial genetic structure among bat hibernacula along the leading edge of a rapidly spreading pathogen. Conservation Genetics :1-12.

Field, K. A., J. S. Johnson, T. M. Lilley, S. M. Reeder, E. J. Rogers, M. J. Behr, and D. M. Reeder. 2015. The White-Nose Syndrome Transcriptome: Activation of Anti-fungal Host Responses in Wing Tissue of Hibernating Little Brown Myotis. PLoS Pathog 11:e1005168.

Frick, W. F., S. J. Puechmaille, J. R. Hoyt, B. A. Nickel, K. E. Langwig, J. T. Foster, K. E. Barlow, T. Bartonika, D. Feller, A. Haarsma, C. Herzog, I. Horá?ek, J. van der Kooij, B. Mulkens, B. Petrov, R. Reynolds, L. Rodrigues, C. W. Stihler, G. G. Turner, and A. M. Kilpatrick. 2015. Disease alters macroecological patterns of North American bats. Global Ecology and Biogeography 24: 741-749.

Grieneisen, L. E., S. A. Brownlee-Bouboulis, J. S. Johnson, and D. M. Reeder. 2015. Sex and hibernaculum temperature predict survivorship in White-Nose Syndrome (WNS) affected little brown myotis (Myotis lucifugus). Royal Society Open Science 2:140470.

Hoyt, J. R., K. Sun, K. L. Parise, G. Lu, K. E. Langwig, T. Jiang, S. Yang, W. F. Frick, A. M. Kilpatrick, J. T. Foster, and J. Feng. 2016. Widespread bat white-nose syndrome fungus, Northeastern China. Emerging Infectious Diseases 22:140-142.

Hoyt, J. R., T. L. Cheng, K. E. Langwig, M. M. Hee, W. F. Frick, and A. M. Kilpatrick. 2015. Bacteria Isolated from Bats Inhibit the Growth of Pseudogymnoascus destructans, the Causative Agent of White-Nose Syndrome. Plos One 10:e0121329.

Johnson, J. S., D. M. Reeder, T. M. Lilley, G. Á. Czirják, C. C. Voigt, J. W. McMichael, M. B. Meierhofer, C. W. Seery, S. S. Lumadue, A. J. Altmann, M. O. Toro, and K. A. Field. 2015. Antibodies to Pseudogymnoascus destructans are not sufficient for protection against white-nose syndrome. Ecology and Evolution 5:2203-2214.

Karen E. Powers, Richard J. Reynolds, Wil Orndorff, W. Mark Ford, and Christopher S. Hobson. 2015. Post-White-nose syndrome trends in Virginia’s cave bats, 2008-2013. Journal of Ecology and the Natural Environment 7:113-123.

Lacki, M. J., L. E. Dodd, R. S. Toomey, S. C. Thomas, Z. L. Couch, and B. S. Nichols. 2015. Temporal Changes in Body Mass and Body Condition of Cave-Hibernating Bats During Staging and Swarming. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 6:360-370.

Langwig, K. E., W. E. Frick, R. Reynolds, K. L. Parise, K. P. Drees, J. R. Hoyt, T. L. Cheng, T. H. Kunz, J. T. Foster, and A. M. Kilpatrick. 2015. Host and pathogen ecology drive the seasonal dynamics of a fungal disease, white-nose syndrome. 282:1-7.

Langwig, K. E., J. R. Hoyt, K. L. Parise, J. Kath, D. Kirk, W. F. Frick, J. T. Foster, and A. Marm Kilpatrick. 2015. Invasion Dynamics of White-Nose Syndrome Fungus, Midwestern United States, 2012–2014. Emerging Infectious Disease Journal 21:1023.

Langwig, K. E., J. Voyles, M. Q. Wilber, W. F. Frick, K. A. Murray, B. M. Bolker, J. P. Collins, T. L. Cheng, M. C. Fisher, J. R. Hoyt, D. L. Lindner, H. I. McCallum, R. Puschendorf, E. B. Rosenblum, M. Toothman, C. K. R. Willis, C. J. Briggs, and A. M. Kilpatrick. 2015. Context-dependent conservation responses to emerging wildlife diseases. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13:195-202.

Maslo, B., M. Valent, J. F. Gumbs, and W. F. Frick. 2015. Conservation implications of ameliorating survival of little brown bats with white-nose syndrome. Ecological Applications 25:1832-1840.

Morgan, S., and M. Dodge. 2015. Impacts of Climate, Geography and White-Nose Syndrome Mortality on the Population Genetic Structure and Variation of Myotis lucifugus in the Eastern United States. The University at Albany, State University of New York .

Ogorek, R., Z. Visnovska, and D. Tancinova. 2016. Mycobiota of underground habitats: Case study of Harmanecka Cave in Slovakia. Microbial Ecology 71:87-99.