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Axolotl Eggs, Larvae & Breeding Eggs everywhere, how did that happen? Will it be albino or wildtype?

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Old 29th January 2018   #1
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Default Identifying Axolotl Type

Hello,
I just had my male White Albino and female Leucistic breed unexpectedly. The young are probably all wild type as they have multiple dark spots and dark black eyes but no coloration yet. I am also not sure what traits the parents carry. One individual however seems to have a different coloration of eyes. He is the only one like this and does not have as many spots or marks as the others. I was just wondering if he might be carrying different traits but I wasn't sure. I would appreciate it if anyone could help identify what this little one might potentially be. Thanks!

P.s. The white spots are water bubbles :)
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Looks leucisitc.



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