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i have 3 beardies, I just got one that has discolored skin. It kinda looks like cow spots. Is this a fungal or bacterial infection? he moves around fine and acts fine. Its just his skin looks weird. I have not seen anything like this online and i have been searching quite a bit. If someone has seen this before PLEASE let me know what this is all about.
Last edited by smkdzzl420 on Thu Jan 27, 2011 6:37 pm, edited 3 times in total.
Yes as a matter of fact it does look like a piebald. I have not heard of this in beardies. I just got him tonight and the lady i got him from said that he has always looked like this. He seems very healthy. From what she told me he is about 6 yrs old. So he is no spring chicken.
Too bad he isn't younger, I'd like to see some breedings from him. I'd definitely try and get at least a clutch or two from him. I don't know if you are interested in breeding but if you could get piebald babies, it would be very exciting.
I got him to breed. I have a orange sandfire female, and a regular male, and the piebald guy. The piebald guy is sopsedly a giant morph and i believe it cause he is HUGE!! So u dont think there is anything wrong with him??
I've never seen or heard of a fungus/bacteria that makes the skin white like that. Its not like a one colored spot either, you can clearly see his darking markings as yellowish markings on the white.
I would get him checked by a vet just to make sure, you wouldn't want something passed to your other dragons. Are you in the US? I am very interested in getting a baby or two of his if the spotting turns out not to be medical.
You might post in the general forum asking if any breeders have run across piebald dragons before and what they think about him.
I am located in Illinois. I would be open to breeding him or studing him or whatever. If he is a one of a kind giant morph piebald this could be big. Ill put him in the breeder forums to see if they know anything. thanks for the quick correspondence.
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