Let $E$ be a multiplicative cohomology theory. Fix a prime p. Call a ring map $\psi^{p}:E\rightarrow E$ an *Adams operation* if it lifts the Frobenius map $E/p\rightarrow E/p$.

It is of course well-known that $K$-theory has Adams operations. (If it weren't for $K$-theory, these operations would have a different name.) In fact, it has an Adams operation for every prime $p$.

My question is: are there examples of multiplicative cohomology theories which have an Adams operation $\psi^{p}$ for only one prime $p$?

By "only one prime" I don't mean that I require that operations at other primes *necessarily don't* exist, just that they *don't necessarily* exist. In other words, their (non)existence is much less obvious/clear/explicit than that of $\psi^{p}$.

Motivation: This would turn $E^{*}(X)$ into a $\delta$-ring, which is something some people like to study.