Table 2 Bsal infection intensities from urodeles that were euthanased or found dead.

From: Epidemiological tracing of Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans identifies widespread infection and associated mortalities in private amphibian collections

Species Collection Confirmed Bsal chytridiomycosis on histopathology Infection intensity (GE swab−1)
Lissotriton boscai * Collection A Yes 523.20
Lissotriton boscai * Collection A Not examined 2,836.92
Lissotriton boscai Collection A Not examined 108.24
Salamandra atra Collection A Not examined Not done
Salamandra atra Collection A Not examined 1.2
Salamandra corsica Collection A No 2.16
Salamandra corsica Collection A No 42.12
Salamandra salamandra Collection A Not examined 1,720.32
Salamandra salamandra Collection A Not examined 69.84
Salamandra salamandra Collection A Not examined 43.32
Salamandra salamandra Collection A No 2.88
Salamandra salamandra Collection C Not examined 8,402.64
Triturus marmoratus Collection F Not examined 8,045.28
Triturus marmoratus Collection F Not examined 9,259.80
Neurergus strauchii Collection J Yes Not done
Neurergus strauchii Collection J Yes Not done
Neurergus strauchii Collection J Yes Not done
Notophthalmus viridescens Collection J Yes Not done
Notophthalmus viridescens Collection J Yes Not done
Notophthalmus viridescens Collection J Yes Not done
Triturus macedonicus Collection K Yes 40,900.00
Triturus macedonicus Collection K Yes 115,400.00
  1. *Euthanased animals.
  2. Bsal chytridiomycosis was confirmed when lesions consistent with the disease were seen on histopathological examination and when the animal was positive for Bsal using qPCR.