Table S3 from Snake fungal disease: an emerging threat to wild snakes

Prevalence of dermatitis in snakes post-emergence from hibernation. Each site surveyed was given a unique code; location data is displayed only to the county level due to concerns with disclosing specific locations of rare or sensitive snake populations. The US Geological Survey - National Wildlife Health Center (NWHC) case numbers for some snakes are cross-listed in Tables S1. Presence of clinical signs of dermatitis was noted, and biopsies were collected from a subset of snakes with lesions. Results of Ophidiomyces culture and histopathology analyses are listed. An asterisk (*) indicates samples that were culture-negative for Ophidiomyces but that tested positive for the fungus by PCR. Snakes that had microscopic lesions consistent with snake fungal disease were considered positive by histopathology; samples that were not of sufficient size or quality for histopatholoic interpretation are listed as "unsuitable". NA = not applicable