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Posted By r24111 [Profile] [Photos] Category Axolotls (Ambystoma mexicanum)
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Date Posted 28th January 2009 Number Of Views 2908
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Title Golden collor with black eyes??
Description I believe that my axolotl is categolized into the type, " golden color with black eyes".
But I have never seen such one except mine. So, I'm not sure if it is really classified into such type.
If anyone have ture "Golden color with black eyes", please show me.
Give me please your opinion if it is really "Golden color with black eyes", or not.

But please remenber. I'm not good at English. Even this page, written in English alone, is really difficult to me. It's very tough, hard job. So, please collect easy words so that I can understand correctly what you want to say.
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Image 28th January 2009
pawziclawzi
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Golden collor with black eyes??

wow! Thoses are very beutiful babies. They will grow up nicely.

--as far as catagorizing your axolotl...I'm not really sure about what you'd call it. It looks like a goldie, and it does seem to have black eyes. As it grows, it's colors may change slightly.
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Image 29th January 2009
r24111
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Golden collor with black eyes??

I reseached why my axolotl looks like that. And I found "GFP axolotl" for labolatry on the web. My axolotl may belong to it..... not rare type??
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Image 29th January 2009
r24111
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Golden collor with black eyes??

In my country, Japan, gene recombinant creature is forbitten except for laboratry.
So, I think, it can't be GFP-axolotl, because I bought it at normal pet shop.
But, it looks like GFP type......
Asuka, which type are you???:con fused:
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Image 3rd February 2009
r24111
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Golden collor with black eyes??

Today, I got a blacklight to make sure whether my wuper is GFP type or not.
And I found that my wuper is not GFP- type!!
She doesn't have GFP!! She doesn't shine with blacklight!!

So, my wuper is true none-gene-recombinant Golden Wuper Looper with black eyes!!

When I began to keep a first leucistic wuper looper, I tried to find such type.
But, I found that the golden type is albino type only in many records...
So, of couase, I couldn't get one at that time.
But I met her by chance!

If I succeed in the bleeding of her decendant with her color, the golden type with black eyes
may become popular in the market in a few years, or someday.

Oh, "wuper looper" is a Japanese word that is equal to "Axoloto" in true English.
In my pseudo-English, or in my rule, "Wuper looper" is allowed to use!!
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Image 4th March 2009
oceanblue
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Golden collor with black eyes??

I have just posted a similar picture. I have raised the golden axolotl in a tank where it ate what it could find. The main food was probably ostracods which are orange coloured, having picked up the colour from the plants in the tank. The white one was fed on worms.

I am expecting the colour to slowly fade as it is moved on to larger food. It cannot live on 1mm diameter food for ever.

Like you I really like the colour. Even if it does not last it is nice to see. It may be your axolotl found a similar source of pigmented food.
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