Question: Need help with baby Axolotl type ID

Cford

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These are some of the 50+ babies I have. The ones photoed below are 2 months old and I am unsure of what type they are. Also in the litter are leucistic and white albino. The father was a leucistic and the mother a melanoid (there were no meanoid amongst the 50 or so babies). All those below also have shiny golden gills.

Not the best photos but hopefully someone can help ID.

More photos https://imgur.com/gallery/Ji1dIcq





















Let me know if additional photos/angles are needed to ID.

Thanks for any help with IDing!


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i see white & gold albinos, leucistics and wilds here.
interesting mix, the parents must both be het for albino and the mother het for leucistic.
i bet half of the babies are het melanistic
 

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Looks like albino, golden albino, leucistic, wild type, and some copper babies. I also think you may have at least one melanoid leucistic. A very nice mix of axies for sure!
 
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