White patch on Back

noahrofsky7

Established Member
Hello,

I’ve got a male Jacksonii Xantholophus, 2 years old. He’s been in my care for around 4 months.

Handling:
Never handle unless it’s for a reason.

Supplements:
I use repticalcium without d3 twice a week, and repashy lo-d once a month.

Hydration:
He gets hydrated via mistking, and when he is not outdoors, I use a fogger.

Fecal:
Poop and urates are hydrated. Haven’t seen anything out of the ordinary other than a poop he held onto for a while, a couple weeks ago. He has been fecal tested and promptly deparasitized by the previous owner.

Cage:
2x2x4 reptibreeze, live plants, soil floor.

Lights:
Natural sun, T5 HO

Temperatures:
Current temperatures indoors are high 60’s, low 70’s during the day, and 50’s at night. Basking lamp doesn’t get above 85

CURRENT PROBLEM:
Noticed white spot on back. Could it be a burn? Shed skin? I thought burns usually turned the skin black. He has been hangin closer to the uv light these past weeks, but haven’t seen any adverse reactions to anything until possibly today.

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Thanks
 
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