Bsal was first detected in two locations in the Dutch province Limburg: Bunderbos and Putberg (Fire salamanders and Alpine newts). Deceased animals were found as far back as 2008 but the cause of these mortalities was not identified until 2013. In Belgium outbreaks were detected from 2013 on; Robertville (Fire salamanders, 2013), Eupen (Fire salamanders, 2014), Luik (Fire salamanders), Dinant (Fire salamanders, 2016) and in Flanders (Duffel). In Germany the disease has been detected in the Eifel region (near Aachen/Aken). In the map below an overview of locations where Bsal has been detected in all three countries. When the cursor is kept on a dot in the map the location name and infected specie(s) will be displayed.
- Bsal has been detected initially in the Netherlands in several locations in extreme south of the province Limburg (Bunderbos, Putberg and Vijlenerbos). Recently the pathogen has also been detected in the center of Limburg and near the city of Nijmegen in the province Gelderland.
- In Belgium Bsal has been reported from Eupen (Fire salamander, December 2013), Robertville (Fire salamander, April 2014), Luik (Fire salamander, April 2015), near Antwerpen (Duffel) and close to the French border (Dinant, Fire salamander, April 2016).
- In five locations in Germany, near the city of Aachen, Bsal has been detected (2015, 2016).