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Table 4 Mark-recapture histories of eight infected R. pipiens individuals.

From: Prevalence of the pathogenic chytrid fungus, Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, in an endangered population of northern leopard frogs, Rana pipiens

Frog ID Capture 1 Capture 2 Capture 3 Capture 4
RC.05004 27-Sep-05
(SW)
11-Oct-05
(SW)
  
RC.07001 30-May-06
(BR)
15-May-07
(BR & SW)
  
RC.05007 28-Sep-05
(SW)
30-Sep-05
(SW)
18-Oct-05
(SW)
 
RC.06007 18-Oct-05
(SW)
28-Sep-06
(SW)
11-Oct-06
(SW)
 
RC.06008 12-Oct-05
(SW)
4-Jul-06
(SW)
25-Sep-06
(SW & TC)
 
RC.06011 10-May-06
(SW)
11-May-06
(SW)
  
RC.07003 15-May-07
(SW)
7-Jun-07
(BR)
  
RC.06010 9-May-06
(BR & SW)
30-May-06
(SW)
15-May-07
(BR)
29-May-07
(BR)
  1. Shown are the unique frog IDs and the dates of capture as well as the methods used to collect tissue samples for the PCR assay (BR = bag rinse, TC = toe clip, SW = swab). Capture dates and methods where the tissue sample tested positive for Bd are in boldface type. Capture dates and methods where the animal recovered from its Bd-infection are in italics.