5th Chapter of 11th Canto of Srimad Bhagavatam describes white and red colors.
SB 11.5.21 — In Satya-yuga the Lord is white and four-armed, has
matted locks and wears a garment of tree bark. He carries a black
deerskin, a sacred thread, prayer beads and the rod and waterpot of a
SB 11.5.22 — People in Satya-yuga are peaceful, nonenvious, friendly
to every creature and steady in all situations. They worship the
Supreme Personality by austere meditation and by internal and external
SB 11.5.23 — In Satya-yuga the Lord is glorified by the names Haṁsa,
Suparṇa, Vaikuṇṭha, Dharma, Yogeśvara, Amala, Īśvara, Puruṣa, Avyakta
SB 11.5.24 — In Tretā-yuga the Lord appears with a red complexion. He
has four arms, golden hair, and wears a triple belt representing
initiation into each of the three Vedas. Embodying the knowledge of
worship by sacrificial performance, which is contained in the Ṛg, Sāma
and Yajur Vedas, His symbols are the ladle, spoon and other implements
SB 11.5.25 — In Tretā-yuga, those members of human society who are
fixed in religiosity and are sincerely interested in achieving the
Absolute Truth worship Lord Hari, who contains within Himself all the
demigods. The Lord is worshiped by the rituals of sacrifice taught in
the three Vedas.
SB 11.5.26 — In Tretā-yuga the Lord is glorified by the names Viṣṇu,
Yajña, Pṛśnigarbha, Sarvadeva, Urukrama, Vṛṣākapi, Jayanta and
As far as I know, except mentioning that Lord's avatar is yellow in color here and some other places like in Vishnu Saharsra nama. where 737th name is suvarnavarnah(He who is of golden color), there is no specific name associated with yellow colored incarnation.