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flea with Metarhizium fungi

flea with Metarhizium fungi

A microscope view shows a flea afflicted with the insect-pathogenic fungi Metarhizium, one of the varieties of potential use for targeting fleas on prairie dogs in the western U.S., to interrupt transmission of the bacterium that causes bubonic plague. (Photo courtesy of Stefan T. Jaronski, Ph.D.)

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