I have a 17 month old male Nosy Faly Panther...he basks about 8” away & I used to have a 75 watt bulb but when I saw these black spots 2 weeks ago, I went down to a 60 watt bulb. Now a week later since the change, I haven’t noticed any difference so I’m now wondering if it’s a fungal infection?! I just applied Aloe on a q-tip. Do you think that will help? Should I do a peroxide/water mixture & apply that with a q-tip daily or is there something else I can buy? Or is a trip to his vet needed? I love my guy dearly so want to nip this in the butt ASAP! He has a custom built enclosure (21”wX30”LX46”H) with a Mist King, drainage system, T5 HO UVB, jungle dawn plant light, 60 watt incandescent and eats mainly silkworms, Black Soldier fly larvae & treats are hornworms & superworms (gutloaded with sweet pots/carrots/apples) And I dust with calcium without D3 every feeding & a multivitamin 2x a month. Basking temps are around 83-86 & 70-75 lower down. Humidity is 55% during the day & 80% at night, which I do use a fogger on & off all through the night. All his plants are real except for some fake flowers for color. Which I do wash occasionally. I am due for that actually. His enclosure is bioactive with springtails & isopods. And I do actually also have small millipedes as well...Hitchhikers. He is still eating very well, drinking very well (obviously ) & is basking when he normal does & patrols his enclosure like a champ. Nothing is out of the ordinary except those darn black spots. I am wondering if I should clean the MistKing tubing? It’s the only thing I never really thought of cleaning before? I did just dump out his whole reservoir of water & put fresh clean water in. I do give him filtered water from Zero Water & I add drops of water conditioning. I do also clean his fogger regularly but it broke recently & I bought a new one a couple weeks ago. Think he went a couple weeks without a fogger before I got the new one so don’t think the fogger could be the problem, if it is possible a fungal infection. I’m just thinking out load now. Thank you so much for your help!!