Top 10 Types of Axolotl Morphs
Lavender Axolotl:This color morph is defined by a light silvery and purple hue, as well as gray-red gills and black eyes, that can become gray or green as it ages.
Piebald Axolotl:is among the rare axolotl colors. It is the result of a partial leucistic morph in which dark green or black spots or patches cover parts of the white/translucent skin.
Leucistic Axolotl: is easy to mistake for the standard albino, the leucistic axolotl actually has more translucent see-through skin with red gill filaments and dark brown or black eyes.
Golden Albino Axolotl: is actually among the most common artificial axolotl colors. It is characterized by bright gold skin (as well as white, pink, or yellow eyes and reflective patches covering).
Chimera Axolotl:are very rare variations produced by an accident in development. Characterized by half white and half black skin color split right down the horizontal length of the body.
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Copper Axolotl:This fairly uncommon morph has a light gray-green body with copper-colored flecks spread fairly evenly across the surface of the skin. It also has gray-colored eyes and gray-red gills.
White Albino Axolotl:is among the most common of the artificial color morphs. Characterized by a pure white body, red gill filaments, and pink or white eyes, the albino morph is the result.
Mosaic Axolotl: is another of the rare axolotl colors that you cannot generally find in stores, and even if you did happen to find one, they would probably be very expensive to buy.
Firefly Axolotl: is a dark-colored wild-type axolotl with an albino tail that will actually glow in the dark under the glare of a black light, thanks to the presence of a green fluorescent protein.