Fig. 37.2.

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Cryptococcosis in a yellow-bellied glider (Petaurus australis). (a) Large cryptococcomas in the cranial thorax and smaller lesions throughout the lungs; (b) multiple cryptococcomas, some very large, scattered free or adhered to viscera throughout the abdominal cavity. Photos: Larry Vogelnest
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