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    White stuff on U.Philbyi's tail

    For a while now there has been some white stuff on my uromastyx's tail, it doesn't seem to hurt him but I want to know what it is.


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    Sorry I didn't reply or put pictures on the first time, I was at a waterpolo game and then Arizona. I will get pictures ASAP


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Barnett
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    Quote Originally Posted by crayfishguy View Post
    Sorry I didn't reply or put pictures on the first time, I was at a waterpolo game and then Arizona. I will get pictures ASAP


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    Quote Originally Posted by snakefin View Post
    How is it faring?
    it doesn't seem to hut him, hasn't gotten bigger or smaller and he's acting fine... try for pics today
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