Contact: Alex Demas
United States Geological Survey
Caption: Long-wave ultraviolet and white-light illumination of lesions associated with white-nose syndrome. Points of orange-yellow fluorescence (arrows) detected on a roosting Indiana myotis (Myotis sodalis) following surface illumination with a field-portable 9-watt 368-nm fluorescent UV light.
Credit: Tina Cheng
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