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Georgia Wild E-Newsletter

Aug. 25, 2014

Mud snake with Snake Fungal Disease (Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study)

Topics in this issue include:

  • A fungal disease affecting snakes is confirmed for the first time by the Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study in a free-ranging snake in Georgia.
  • Hirst Brothers' panic grass, a candidate species for federal listing, hadn't been documented in Georgia since 1947 -- until botanists found it this summer in Sumter County.
  • Plus: Prescribed fire spurs rare orchid at Fall Line Sandhills WMA, and other news!

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