For any prime p, one has the Frobenius homomorphism F_{p} defined on rings of characteristic p.

Is there any kind of object, say U, with a "universal Frobenius map" F such that for any prime p and any ring R of characteristic p we can view the Frobenius F_{p} over R as "the" base change of F from U to R?

I have the following picture in mind: In some sense it should be possible to view the category of Z-algebras as a sheaf of categories over Spec Z such that the fibre over Spec F_{p} is just the category of F_p-algebras. A natural transformation f of the identity functor on the category of Z-algebras should restrict to a natural transformation f_{p} of the identity functor on the category of F_{p}-algebras. In this naive picture one cannot expect the existence of an f such that f_{p} is the Frobenius on F_{p}-algebras for all primes p. But is there way to make this picture work?

Another possible way to answer my question could be the following: Is there a classifying topos of, say, algebras with a Frobenius action? By this I mean the following: Is there a topos E with a fixed ring object R and an algebra A over it and an R-linear endomorphism f of A such that for any other topos E' with similar data R', A' there is a unique morphism of topoi E' -> E that pulls back R, A to R', A' and such that f is pulled back to the Frobenius f_{p} of A' in case R' is of prime characteristic.

(Feel free to modify my two pictures to make them work.)