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A New Threat to Bats: White-Nose Syndrome

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Monitoring and protecting Missouri's bat populations.

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Learn more about the Department's White-Nose Syndrome Action Plan, published April, 2010.

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Three cases of bat disease discovered in Missouri

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MDC confirms White-Nose Syndrome in bats from two caves in Lincoln County.

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White-Nose Syndrome in Missouri

White-nose syndrome (WNS) is a disease that kills cave-dwelling bats. Learn Missouri's plan for controlling WNS, which does not affect humans. Please stay out of conservation-area caves until further notice.

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White-Nose Syndrome on Little Brown Bat

A deadly disease in bats called “White-Nose Syndrome” was confirmed in three bats from two caves in Lincoln County in March 2012. The name describes the white fungus, Geomyces destructans, shown on the face and wings of this infected little brown bat.

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