Beagle Boy Axolotl

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hey ... got a picture of an Beagle Boy Axolotl :D
 

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absolutely beautiful markings.
 

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whats that, is it a rare colouration of axolotl?
 

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believe me or not ... he hadn't this markings from the beginning ... he's getting darker and darker with every week of his life, even the body and tail are getting a couple of these spots. Never had that before.
 

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Stunning little guy...
The majority of my gold larvae darkened to being wild types I had hoped that the plain gold larvae would stay as they where with the dark eyes, but no. They are however becoming in my opinion stunning little wild types,my dreams of having a leucistic in the brood where dashed. My last golden albino left to go to Cambridge University and I now have 7 light wild types and 3 1/2 melanoid left.
 

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WOW! Fantastic markings. I have a leustic that has a small amount of black specks... but nothing like that. I hope he lives long and has many babies like himself for the rest of us to enjoy!!
 

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What great animals, I'm sure at some point people will inquire about breeding if they retain these characteristics. Now if only we could find some piebald ones :)
 

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beautiful markings on the face....looks like he's been having a mud fight lol
 

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The markings remind me of harlequin Great Danes....Very pretty animal!
 

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Very nice photos and what a handsome fellow Beagle Boy is!!
 

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this handsome Beagle Boy became a tidy mother ... ;)
 

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Unreal!!!..where'd u get that creature from???
 
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