You definitely do not have a Greek Tortoise. It is a Forsten's Tortoise (Indotestudo forsteni) going by the shape of the nuchal scute. That more trapezoidal shaped nuchal scute is not correct for the Elongated Tortoise, Indotestudo elongata, which has a very long and narrow nuchal scute. You tortoise could also be an intergrade between I. forsteni and I. elongata.
Hi, I was wondering what that may be. Thank you for letting me know. Can I use any anti-fungal? or does it have to be specific?The tortoise has what looks to be a pretty good case of fungus on it's underside. He needs to be kept dry for a while and administer a coating of anti-fungal cream daily to a clean shell.