Possible yellow fungus?

spsr5

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Hi everyone, this is my first time posting! Unfortunately, not for a good reason. This morning, I noticed my beardie Floyd has yellow areas on his tail and was wondering if it looks like yellow fungus (his natural coloration is also yellow). The yellow scales feel normal and he has no dark/black spots. He is about 3 years old (he's a rescue), his appetite is amazing, and he's acting normal, but he did have some excessive shedding the past few weeks (but not on his tail) which I wasn't sure about. He went to the vet for a checkup back in May and got bloodwork done and it was perfectly fine, but not sure if that means anything.

I have reached out to every vet in the area but none can see him this week, so any advice would be appreciated!

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AHBD

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Hi there, no yellow fungus, just natural color. :) I've had many beardies, some with similar patterns + splashes of subtle yellow, others with full color yellow . No need to see the vet !
 

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