This video is called Reptiles, Amphibians, Invertebrates & Small Pets: Red-Backed Salamander Facts.
From The Guardian in Britain:
Fungus fighter found
Alok Jha, Science correspondent
Thursday May 24, 2007
Scientists have found a bacterium that appears to repel the deadly fungus blamed for the rapid decline in populations of amphibians around the world.
“There’s a crying need for some way of treating or mitigating the infection,” said Matthew Fisher, an epidemiologist at Imperial College London.
He said further research was needed.
Reid Harris, of the James Madison University, Virginia, worked on the bacterium with colleagues at Duke University.
He presented his research yesterday at the American Society for Microbiology’s annual meeting in Toronto.
An article in the December 2010 issue of the journal Herpetologica describes the behavior of the eastern red-backed salamander, found in forests of North America. The females proved to be more vigorous about guarding clutches of eggs than territory or food: here.