Aliases: White Albino, Axolotl White

Issues: Light Sensitivity

First Produced In: Unknown

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Last Updated: 2022-02-21

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This species has a lack xanthophores and melanophores. They do have iridophores, but these cells are confined solely to the gills. [1]

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White albinos are very similar to leucistic axolotls, but they do not have pigment in their eyes. Because of this, white albinos are more sensitive to light and generally have poorer vision than other types of axolotl. [6]


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White Albinos have clear or red eyes. their gills appear pink because they are clear, and the blood flow is visible. [2]

As they grow, the iridophores on their gills become a deeper red and the rest of the body stays pure white. [3]


An White axolotl looks almost exactly like a Lucy.

This Axolotl will not develop any type of freckles or other pigmentation on the body. However, the tips of the finger will become dark and appear as if the axolotl has dirty fingertips when the Albino Axolotl is on its way to sexual maturity. [4]


Young white albinos may even be almost see-through, especially on their belly. [5]

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Related Traits

White albinos and axanthic albinos look almost identical (they both look very light or white), but white albinos are considered to be a/a and d/d while axanthic albinos must be ax/ax, so any dark pigment will be blocked by the albinism and there won’t be any yellow pigment since they are homozygous for the recessive ‘ax’ that blocks xanthophores. [7]


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