types of axolotls

Explore the fascinating variety of axolotl morphs, each with unique characteristics and colors, in this captivating web story.


Leucistic axolotls, with their striking white bodies and pink gills, lack pigmentation but have dark eyes. A popular choice for their ghostly beauty.

Golden Albino

Golden Albino axolotls glow with a golden hue and red eyes, a result of albinism. Their shimmering appearance is a visual delight.

Wild Type

Wild Type axolotls mirror their natural habitat's colors - green, brown, and black. They're the classic representation of axolotls in the wild.


Mosaic axolotls are genetic wonders, displaying a mix of colors in an irregular pattern, each one a unique masterpiece of nature.


Copper axolotls, with their metallic sheen, are a result of a recessive gene, shining like a penny in your aquarium.

Lavender or Silver Dalmatian

With their speckled patterns and soft hues, are a serene and elegant addition to any collection.

Black Melanoid

Absorbing all light, are a deep, uniform black. Their mysterious look adds intrigue to any tank.

White Albino

With their translucent skin and red eyes, are a marvel of albinism, showcasing a ghostly yet graceful appearance.

Green Fluorescent Protein

Genetically modified, glow under UV light, showcasing the wonders of genetic science in aquatics.


Firefly axolotls, a marvel of genetic engineering, combine two distinct colors in one body, mimicking the enchanting glow of fireflies.


Enigma axolotls, with their unpredictable patterns, are a genetic mystery, each individual presenting a unique and captivating appearance.


Chimera axolotls, a rare genetic anomaly, display two different sets of DNA, resulting in a strikingly divided coloration.