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 Gold Albino #1804223 SOLD

This gold albino is approximately 8 inches long. Looks female so far, but he or she is not quite old enough be positive. This one has a few extra "fingers" on some of the gills (see pictures). If you're a purist, you won't like those extra "forks," but if you prefer the oddballs, you might.


 Gold Albino #1804224 SOLD

This gold albino is 7-8 inches long. Looks female so far, but he or she is not quite old enough be positive. Appears to be a light gold color and if you zoom in, you see there's a lot of white mixed in with the gold. The gills are very nice. Price reduced because the tail is ragged near the end (see pictures).


 Speckled Leucistic #1804228 SOLD

This speckled leucistic is 7-8 inches long. Gender is unknown. He/she has some nice speckling on face, back, sides, etc. Plus a bit of smudgy gray on the belly. Price reduced because the tail fin is a little imperfect near the end (see pictures). As always, keep over black substrate for the darkest coloring.


 Gold Albino #1804222 SOLD

This gold albino is 8-9 inches long. Looks female so far, and at this size hopefully that's a good guess, but he or she is not quite old enough be positive. Since he/she hasn't spawned yet, gender is not guaranteed. Kind of an interesting gold and white marbled coloring.


 RLG Melanoid #1804201 SOLD

This RLG melanoid is black on top and is black and gray on the sides. It has gray areas that spread up the sides. I couldn't get the pictures to show this. It's 7-8 inches long and looks female so far, but too young to be sure. Price reduced because it also has a couple of notches on the tail fin. The gills are long and lovely. As always, keep over black substrate for the darkest color. 

RLG = Ridiculously Long Gills


 Speckled Leucistic #1803305 SOLD

This speckled leucistic has just a little color on the face and top fin and is 7-8 inches long. Possibly female, but too young to be sure. As always, keep over black substrate for the best speckling. 


 Speckled Leucistic #18033012 SOLD

This is a nice speckled leucistic, 7-8 inches long. As always, keep over black substrate for the best speckling. 


 Speckled Leucistic #1803304 SOLD

This lightly speckled leucistic is about 7 inches long.  Nice gills. Price reduced because he/she has a chunk missing out of his tail fin. As always, keep over black substrate for the best speckling. 


 Speckled Leucistic #1803307 SOLD

This beautiful speckled leucistic is 7-8 inches long. Possibly female, but too young to be sure. As always, keep over black substrate for the best speckling. 


 Speckled Leucistic #1803309 SOLD

This leucistic is 7-8 inches long. As always, keep over black substrate for the best speckling. 


 Speckled Leucistic #1803308 SOLD

This leucistic is approximately 8 inches long. Possibly female, but too young to be sure. It doesn't have very much speckling, but the gills are nice. Price reduced because the end of the tail is ragged. As always, keep over black substrate for the best speckling. 


 Speckled Leucistic #1803303 SOLD

This lightly speckled leucistic is about 7 inches long. Gills are nice, but not quite even on both sides. As always, keep over black substrate for the best speckling. 


8.5" Mosaic #1803171 SOLD

This unusual guy is a male mosaic that occurred naturally in one of our spawns. He's being auctioned on our Facebook page. Auction ended 3-23-18.


Speckled Leucistic #1803221 SOLD

I know we're biased here, but we think this leucistic is lovely. Not only are the gills beautiful, but there's speckling in lots of interesting places. The face, of course, and all down the edge of the top and bottom fins, dark marks on the gill stalks, speckles on the legs, and even a gray, smudgy belly. The only issue is some notches in the tail (see pictures). Length is 7-8 inches. Looks female so far, but not old enough to be sure.


Speckled Leucistic #1803164 SOLD

This leucistic has light speckling on the face and top fin. He/she is 6-7 inches long. As always, the speckling might fade if he's kept over a light-colored substrate (see Colors page).


RLG Gold Albino #1803166 SOLD

This gold albino is a medium gold color, 6-7 inches long. It has fabulous long, shiny gills. Price is reduced because the tail is a bit ragged.

RLG = Ridiculously Long Gills


Speckled Leucistic #1803161 SOLD

This leucistic has a lightly speckled "snout" and a little bit of smudging on the tail. He/she is a beefy 9 inches long. As always, the speckling might fade if he's kept over a light-colored substrate (see Colors page).


Speckled Leucistic #1803163 SOLD

This leucistic has light speckling on the face and top fin. He/she is 6-7 inches long. Price is reduced because there is a notch in the tail fin. As always, the speckling might fade if he's kept over a light-colored substrate (see Colors page).


Gold Albino #1803104 SOLD

This is an albino, 4-5 inches long. I'm calling it gold, but it's a rather pale gold. If you zoom in with a camera or a magnifier, you can see there's a certain amount of small white areas mixed in with the gold.


White Albino #1803102 SOLD

This is an albino, 4-5 inches long. I'm calling it white, but it has kind of a creamy-yellowish look to it. If you zoom in with a camera or a magnifier, you can see some small yellow spots on it. 


Black Melanoid #1803108 SOLD

This is your basic black. Black melanoid, that is. Approximately 4-5 inches long. Please refer to our Colors page to make sure you understand that it may fade in color if kept over a light substrate. Once it's an adult, it won't be quite as affected by the color of the substrate. This one is housed over black.


White Albino #1803107 SOLD

This is an albino, 4-5 inches long. I'm calling it white, but it has kind of a creamy-yellowish look to it. If you zoom in with a camera or a magnifier, you can see some small yellow spots on it. 


Oddball Albino #1803106 SOLD

This albino can't decide if he wants to be gold or white. He/she is 5-6 inches long. I'm calling it gold, but it has kind of a creamy/pale yellowish look to it. If you zoom in with a camera or a magnifier, you can see that it has a lot of white marbled in with the gold. If you like oddballs, you might like this one. Interesting rather than flashy. Price reduced because the tail is a bit ragged.


Gold Albino #1803105 SOLD

This is a pretty gold albino, approximately 5 inches long. It has gorgeous long gills that are extra shiny. Unfortunately, it has a ragged tail (see pictures).


White Albino #1803103 SOLD

This is an albino, 4-5 inches long. I'm calling it white, but it has kind of a creamy-yellowish look to it. If you zoom in with a camera or a magnifier, you can see some small yellow spots on it. 


Speckled Leucistic #1803101 SOLD

This leucistic has light gray speckling and is 6-7 inches long. Price is reduced because there's a notch in the tail. As always, if you put it over a light-colored substrate, the speckling will fade. This one is currently housed over black.


Speckled Leucistic #1803031 SOLD

This leucistic has light speckling and nice gills. He/she is 7-8 inches long. As always, if you put it over a light-colored substrate, the speckling will fade. This one is currently housed over black.


Speckled Leucistic #1802265 SOLD

This leucistic has light speckling and is 6-7 inches long. As always keep over black substrate to maximize the speckling.


Speckled Leucistic #18030315 SOLD

This leucistic is barely speckled. It's approximately 6 inches long. Price is reduced because the tail is a little ragged. As always, if you put it over a light-colored substrate, the speckling will fade. This one is currently housed over black.


Speckled Leucistic #1803033 SOLD

This is a very beautiful speckled leucistic. He/she is 7-8 inches long and has  a great face and a speckled top fin. He also has black flecks on his sides and tail. Price is reduced because there are a couple of notches in the tail fin and one of the gills is short (see pictures). As always, if you put it over a light-colored substrate, the speckling will fade. This one is currently housed over black.


White Albino #18030418 SOLD

This is an albino, 4 inches long. I'm calling it white, but it has kind of a creamy-yellowish look to it. If you zoom in with a camera or a magnifier, you can see some small yellow spots on it. 


White Albino #18030314 SOLD

This is an albino, 4-5 inches long. I'm calling it white, but it has kind of a creamy-yellowish look to it. If you zoom in with a camera or a magnifier, you can see some small yellow spots on it. 


White Albino #18030316 SOLD

This is an albino, approximately 5 inches. I'm calling it white, but it has kind of a creamy-yellowish look to it. If you zoom in with a camera or a magnifier, you can see some small yellow patches on it. It will be interesting to see what this one looks like as an adult.


White Albino #18030317 SOLD

This is an albino, approximately 4 inches. I'm calling it white, but it has kind of a creamy-yellowish look to it. If you zoom in with a camera or a magnifier, you can see some small yellow patches on it. Interesting rather than flashy.


RLG White Albino #18030312 SOLD

Here's a pretty little RLG albino. I'm calling it white, but it has kind of a creamy-yellowish look to it, especially the face. If you zoom in with a camera or a magnifier, you can see some small yellow spots on it. It's 5-6 long and has gorgeous gills.

RLG = Ridiculously Long Gills


Speckled Leucistic #1803036 SOLD

Here's another nice speckled leucistic. He/she is 7-8 inches long with a dark face. Light speckles run down the top and bottom of the tail fin. As always, if you put it over a light-colored substrate, the speckling will fade. This one is currently housed over black.


Speckled Leucistic #18030311 SOLD

Here's a nice little speckled leucistic. Approximately 7 inches long. Price is reduced because the tail is a little ragged. As always, if you put it over a light-colored substrate, the speckling will fade. This one is currently housed over black.


Speckled Leucistic #1803037 SOLD

This is a gorgeous speckled leucistic. He/she is 7-8 inches long with lots of dark. Dark face, dark markings down the top of the tail fin, dark markings down the bottom of the tail fin, dark flecks on the sides, and even (if you look closely) some dark specks on the legs. As always, if you put it over a light-colored substrate, the speckling will fade. It would be a shame to let this one fade! This one is currently housed over black.


Speckled Leucistic #18021813 SOLD

This leucistic has light speckling. The gills are nice, but not completely even on both sides. He/she is just over 6 inches long. As always, if you put it over a light-colored substrate, the speckling will fade. This one is currently housed over black.


Speckled Leucistic #18021810 SOLD

The speckling on this leucistic is light -more gray than black. It has nice fluffy gills and is about 7 inches long. As always, if you put it over a light-colored substrate, the speckling will fade. This one is currently housed over black.


RLG Speckled Leucistic #1802188 SOLD

This leucistic has some light speckling, but it's the gills that are the most eye-catching. It's approximately 7.5 inches long (gender unknown). As always, if you put it over a light-colored substrate, the black speckling will fade. This one is currently housed over black.

RLG = Ridiculously Long Gills


Speckled Leucistic #1802279 SOLD

This leucistic is 6-7 inches long. It has light speckling all the way down its top fin. Price is reduced because the gills are not even on both sides. As always, keep it over black substrate to maximize the speckling. If you put it over a light substrate, the speckling will fade.


Gold Albino #18022514 SOLD

This is a cute little gold albino with lots of iridophores on the body and very shiny gills. Approximately 4.5-5 inches long.


Black Melanoid #18022512 SOLD

Here's a nice little black melanoid. Approximately 6 inches long. He/she has nice fluffy gills. As always, keep it over a black substrate if you want it to stay dark like this (see Colors page for more info.).


White Albino #1802251 SOLD

Beautiful gills on this white albino. He/she is about 6 inches long.


White Albino #1802253 SOLD

This white albino is approximately 7 inches long. Price reduced because his/her tail is a bit torn, but look at that beautiful face!


Speckled Leucistic #18022615 SOLD

This leucistic has some nice speckling and is approximately 6 inches long. As always keep over black substrate to maximize the speckling.


Gold Albino #1802254 SOLD

This gold albino is approximately 6 inches long. He/she has a nice strong gold color. Price is reduced because he tore a piece out of his tail fin.


Speckled Leucistic #18022511 SOLD

This speckled leucistic has some notches in his tail (see pictures). He/she also has some light speckling on the face and back. Approximate size is 6-7 inches. As always, keep over a dark substrate if you don't want the speckling to fade.


Speckled Leucistic #1802187 SOLD

For your viewing pleasure - here's an attractive speckled leucistic that's approximately 7 inches long. As always, if you put it over a light-colored substrate, the black speckling will fade. This one is currently housed over black.


Gold Albino #1802186 SOLD

Here's a nice little gold albino that's approximately 5 inches long. 


Speckled Leucistic #18022014 SOLD

This leucistic has light speckling and nice gills. Price is marked down because his/her tail is a bit ragged. He/she is approximately 6 inches long. As always, if you put it over a light-colored substrate, the speckling will fade.


Speckled Leucistic #1802189 SOLD

Here's a very nicely speckled leucistic. It's approximately 7 inches long. As always, if you put it over a light-colored substrate, the black speckling will fade. This one is currently housed over black.


Speckled Leucistic #18021811 SOLD

This leucistic has some nice speckling. The gills are not even on both sides of its head (see the pictures). It's about 6.5 inches long. As always, if you put it over a light-colored substrate, the speckling will fade. This one is currently housed over black.


Gold Albino #1802185 SOLD

This pretty little gold albino is approximately 5 inches long. 


 Gold Albino #1802181 SOLD

This gold albino is approximately 5 inches long. Nice gills and a medium gold color. Very pretty.


 RLG Gold Albino #1802183 SOLD

This gold albino is approximately 5 inches long. The tail fin is a little bit ragged, but maybe you'll forgive him/her when you see the gills, which are extra-long and shiny!

RLG = Ridiculously Long Gills


 Speckled Leucistic #1802084 SOLD

This leucistic is approximately 6 inches long. Nice gills and some light speckling. As always, the specklng will fade if you keep it over a light substrate.


 Speckled Leucistic #1802081 SOLD

This speckled leucistic is just under 6 inches long. It has very nice gills and speckling. As always, keep it over a dark substrate if you don't want the speckling to fade. This one is currently housed over a black substrate.


 RLG Lightly Speckled Leucistic #1802085 SOLD

This leucistic is approximately 7 inches long. The speckling is very light. What's really nice is the extra long gills. As always, the specklng will fade if you keep it over a light substrate.

RLG = Ridiculously Long Gills


RLG Gold Albino #1802083 SOLD

Here's a nice gold albino with beautiful gills and lots of shine. It's approximately 6 inches long.

RLG = Ridiculously Long Gills


 RLG Speckled Leucistic #1802022 SOLD

Just to give you some choices, here's another that's approximately 6 inches long with long gills and some speckling. As always, keep it over a dark substrate if you don't want the speckling to fade. This one is currently housed over a black substrate.

RLG= Ridiculously Long Gills


 RLG Speckled Leucistic #1802021 SOLD

This one is approximately 6 inches long. and has a nice combination of long gills and some speckling. As always, keep it over a dark substrate if you don't want the speckling to fade. This one is currently housed over a black substrate.

RLG= Ridiculously Long Gills


 RLG Speckled Leucistic #1802023 SOLD

Are we allowed to have favorites? This speckled leucistic has especially nice gills - extra long, with a bit of dark color up the center. This one is approximately 6 inches long. As always,keep it over a dark  substrate if you don't want the speckling to fade. This one is currently housed over a black substrate.

RLG= Ridiculously Long Gills


 4-5" RLG Gold Albino #1712161 SOLD

This gold albino is 4-5" inches long and has amazing gills. Kind of a medium-light gold in color. 

RLG= Ridiculously Long Gills


 4-5" Speckled Leu #1712164 SOLD

This is a young leucistic with beautiful gills and some dark markings. No guarantee what it will look like as it grows up, but keep it over black substrate if you want the best chance of it keeping its markings. If you put it over a light substrate, it will fade.


 4-5" RLG White Albino #1712162  SOLD

This white albino is 4-5" inches long  Cute!

RLG= Ridiculously Long Gills


 9" GFP Gold Albino #171202  SOLD

This gold albino is 9+ inches long and almost a year old. Definitely looks female, but hasn't spawned yet so can't guarantee it. But at this age and size, it's very likely. She's also GFP.

GFP = Green Fluorescent Protein


 RLG White Albino #1710241 - SOLD

This RLG white albino is approximately 9 inches long and is a confirmed male. Very striking looking! Approximately 11 months old. See video

RLG = Ridiculously Long Gills


 GFP Gold Albino #1711302 - SOLD

This is a nice looking GFP gold albino. 7-8 inches long, gender unknown.

GFP = Green Fluorescent Protein


 GFP Speckled Leucistic #1711301 - SOLD

This is a nice looking GFP leucistic with some speckling. 7-8 inches long, gender unknown.

GFP = Green Fluorescent Protein


 RLG GFP Wild Type #1710312 - SOLD

This is a 6-7 inch wild type with the added bonus of RLG and GFP.

RLG=Ridiculously Long Gills

GFP = Green Fluorescent Protein


 RLG GFP Speckled Leucistic #1710273 - SOLD

If you like extra-long gills, you might like this cute little (6-7 inches) speckled leucistic with both RLG and GFP.

RLG=Ridiculously Long Gills

GFP = Green Fluorescent Protein


 RLG GFP Speckled Leucistic #1710311 - SOLD

If you like don't like extra-long gills, you won't like this amazing leucistic. Approximately 7 inches long. He/she is RLG and GFP.

RLG=Ridiculously Long Gills

GFP = Green Fluorescent Protein


 9" Male Black Melanoid #1710281 - SOLD

Nothing flashy about this guy, but he's big! 9 inches, black melanoid, male.


 RLG-GFP Gold Albino #1710243 - SOLD

This gold albino is 7-8 inches long. He/she is also RLG and GFP. Nice chunky look - possibly female?

RLG = Ridiculously Long Gills

GFP = Green Fluorescent Protein


 RLG-GFP Gold Albino #1710251 - SOLD

This gold albino is 7-8 inches long. I can't guarantee gender because he/she is too young, but to my eye this looks female.

RLG = Ridiculously Long Gills

GFP = Green Fluorescent Protein


 RLG-GFP Speckled Leucistic #1710242 - SOLD

This 6-7 inch leucistic has a lot going for him/her. RLG plus GFP plus speckled! Approximately 5 months old.

RLG = Ridiculously Long Gills

GFP = Green Fluorescent Protein


 GFP Gold Albino #1709183 - SOLD

Who can resist this perky little GFP gold albino? Just over 5 inches long, and about 3 months old, so gender unknown. Just a fun little squirt waiting for someone to raise him/her up into a big guy!

GFP = green fluorescent protein


 RLG Gold Albino #1709223 - SOLD

What can I say? Here we have another nice RLG gold albino. He/she is 6-7 inches long, gender unknown. Very wiggly! He/she would NOT hold still for a photo shoot. I think the pictures came out okay, though. :)

RLG = Ridiculously Long Gills


 RLG -GFP Gold Albino #1709222 - SOLD

Want a lovely RLG-GFP gold albino? This one is just the ticket. Just over 6 inches long, gender unknown. A real looker.

RLG = Ridiculously Long Gills

GFP = Green Fluorescent Protein


 RLG White Albino #170915 - SOLD

This is another nice choice for an RLG White albino, 5-6 inches long, gender unknown. Pretty and graceful.

RLG = Ridiculously Long Gills


 Freckled Leucistic #1709143 - SOLD

This guy has freckles! Mostly on his face, but a few on his body.Nice gills as well. He/she is just over 7 inches long, gender unknown, but possibly male. The freckles may fade over time, especially if you don't keep him over a dark substrate. These pictures were taken with him housed over a black substrate.


 RLG Gold Albino #1709142 - SOLD

It's a cliche, but pictures really don't do justice to this gorgeous RLG gold albino. 5-6 inches long and sporting a nice fluffy mane of gills.

RLG = Ridiculously Long Gillls


 RLG White Albino #1709141 - SOLD

Here's a nice RLG white albino, approximately 7 inches long. Looks female so far, but gender is not guaranteed. Video

RLG = Ridiculously Long Gillls


 GFP Wild Type #1707203 - SOLD

Here's a nice GFP wild type, 7 inches long. Gender unknown.

GFP=green flourescent protein


 GFP Gold Albino #1706101 - SOLD

This is a pretty little GFP gold albino. 5.5 inches long, with very nice gills. The pictures show how it looks under different room lighting. Sorry, no picture of it under blacklight.

GFP=Green Fluorescent Protein


 RLG GFP Gold Albino #1706111 - SOLD

RLG, anyone? This one is 5 inches long. And it's GFP as well. Cool!

RLG=Ridiculously Long Gills

GFP=Green Fluorescent Protein


 White Albino #1704131 - SOLD

Pretty, pretty, pretty! This white albino is 8 inches long and appears to be male. Super nice gills and just overall gorgeous.  Approximately 10 months old.


 RLG Wild #170413 - SOLD

Here's a very nice wild type with attractive RLG gills. This sub-adult is just over 7 inches long and is too young to tell gender yet. (RLG=Ridiculously Long Gills)


Golden Albino #161214 - SOLD

This pretty albino is a light gold in color and has very nice gills. Approximately 7 inches long, 9 months old. Gender unknown.


Black Melanoid Sub-Adult #161124 - SOLD

This black melanoid is approximately 8.75 inches long, 10 months old. It's pretty beefy and so far it looks female, but no guarantee on gender.  Please be aware that the color may change, especially if you don't keep it over a dark substrate (see Colors page).


9 Inch Golden Albino #161102 - SOLD

A beautiful golden albino, 11 months old, 9 inches. Gender is not guaranteed, but it looks female. A nice choice for someone wanting a larger specimen.


Male Albino #161024 - SOLD

This male albino is approximately 8.5 inches. About 10 months old. He's a very pale, cream color.  Color depends on lighting. My favorite is the bright color in the first picture. He looks good on black!


Gold Albino #1008162 - SOLD

Approximately 8 inches, not sure of gender, about 10 months old. As the pictures show, color looks a bit different depending on the lighting. Basically a medium gold color. But it's the gills that are the real attention getter - extra long and beautifully proportioned.


Copper #2 - SOLD

This one is 7-3/4 inches long but still a juvenile at only 8 months old. Beautiful coloring! More pictures coming soon.


Golden Albino #2 - SOLD

This beautiful golden albino has a nice medium gold color, plenty of sparkle, and super nice gills! She's 7 inches long and although I won't guarantee gender, I do believe it's probably a female. Gorgeous!


Speckled Leucistic #10 - SOLD

This juvenile is 5.5 inches. With a nice black mudpack on its face and beautifully long gills, this one is going to grow up sweet! As always, keep it over a dark substrate to maintain the black markings. If housed over a light substrate, you'll see a lot less black. 


Speckled Leucistic #11 - SOLD

Wow, I can't believe the war paint on the face of this 7 inch juvenile! He has it on both cheeks, plus he has nice black on top. And even a tiny bit of black on the lowest edge of the bottom fin!  And if that weren't enough, he also has very nice gills and some interesting black spots on his sides. As always, keep this axolotl over a dark substrate to maximize the dark markings. When kept over a light substrate, the markings will probably fade somewhat. These pictures were taken with the axolotl housed over a black substrate. 


Speckled Leucistic #16 - SOLD

What can I say? A nice little speckled leucistic, approximately 6 inches in length. As always, keep it over a dark substrate to maintain the dark markings?


Stunning gills from every angle!

RLG Golden Albino #1- SOLD

If you're a fan of the extra-long gills, you're sure to like this 4.5-5 inch golden albino. He/she looks fabulous from every angle! RLG=Ridiculously Long Gills


RLG Wild Type - SOLD

Here's a really lovely RLG wild type. 5 inches long, very dark in color. The gills are really outstanding.


RLG Gold Albino #3 - SOLD

This RLG gold made me stop what I was doing and run for the camera. Those gills are so long, they're more like wings! 6+ inches long, looks like it's probably a female. RLG=ridiculously long gills


Speckled Leucistic #9 - SOLD

6 inches long, this juvenile has lots of black and extra long gills. Pretty! As always, keep it over a dark substrate to maintain the dark markings. If kept over a light substrate, you can expect the markings to lighten up a lot. These pictures were taken with this guy housed over a black substrate.


Speckled Leucistic #12 - SOLD

We're calling this one "Mud Belly" because he has so much black, it even shows up on his belly. Makes him look like he's been crawling through the mud! He/she is 6.75 inches long, approximately 7 months old. As always keep over a dark substrate if you want to maintain the dark markings.


Speckled Leucistic #13 - SOLD

A 6 inch speckled leucistic that's a little more affordable. A nicely marked face and super gills. As always, keep it over a dark substrate to maintain the dark markings.


Speckled Leucistic #8 - SOLD

This juvenile is 6 inches long. Lots of black on the face, gills, and top. Kind of a goth look! As always, if you keep this axolotl over a light substrate, the black will lighten up quite a bit. These pictures were taken with this guy housed over a black substrate.


RLG White Albino - SOLD

They say nice things come in small packages. Here's a 4-inch RLG white albino. RLG = Ridiculously Long Gills. That's a lot of pretty packed into a  little package!


7-inch Copper W/ Special Gill SOLD

This 7-inch copper is not only beautiful, but he or she has a special feature. Namely, a "forked" gill (see picture). Not everyone's cup of tea, but we think it gives him/her extra character.


Coppers - SOLD OUT

We have a limited number of coppers. This particular batch is kind of a golden copper color. Very pretty! While quantities last. For Sale


Wild-Het Coppers - SOLD OUT

We have a limited number of wild type juveniles that are het for copper (heterozygous). This means they look like normal wild types, but they carry the copper gene (one parent was copper). If you breed two het coppers together, approximately 25% of the babies will be coppers. For Sale


Speckled Leucistic #4 - SOLD

This 5-inch juvenile has a nice combination of facial markings and long gills. With black markings down the spine as well, it's nice all around. As always, keeping this type of axolotl over a light substrate will cause its markings to lighten up. These pictures were taken with the axolotl housed over a black substrate. 


Speckled Leucistic #3 - SOLD

This 5 inch cutie is doing his best to tempt you! A nice dark face and some dark on the spine is hard to resist. As always, keeping him over a light substrate will cause his markings to lighten up. These pictures were taken with this axolotl housed over a black substrate.


Speckled Leucistic #2 SOLD

A nicely-marked face and spine make this lovely juvenile stand out from the rest. Approximately 6 months old, 5-6 inches long. As always, the dark markings will be more pronounced if the axolotl is kept over a dark substrate, and they'll be less pronounced if kept over a light substrate. These pictures were taken with the axolotl housed over a black substrate.


Speckled Leucistic #1 SOLD

This 5-6 inch leucistic has a great face and looks even better in person than in the pictures. Please keep it over a dark substrate if you want to retain the dark markings.


RLG Speckled Leucistic  SOLD

This is a stunning RLG speckled leucistic. Approximately 5 inches long. Seriously, pictures don't do it justice. RLG=Ridiculously Long Gills

As always, the speckling is more pronounced when kept over a dark substrate and less pronounced when kept over a light substrate. This one has been developing more speckling as it grows, so it might have some great potential. In any case, the gills are already fabulous!


RLG Black Melanoid  SOLD

Here's a fluffly little cutie-pie. Extra-long gills and a dark body are irresistible! About 4.5 inches long. RLG=Ridiculously Long Gills


Speckled Leucistc #2 SOLD

Here's a charming 6.5 inch lightly speckled leucistic.  A pretty combination of red gills and white body with a lightly marked face. As usual, these markings will be more pronounced when the axolotl is kept over a dark substrate and much less pronounced when kept over a light substrate.


Under LED lighting.

Profile above. Closeup of spots to the right.

Under regular overhead lighting.

Oddball Melanoid? SOLD

This juvenile is just over 5 inches long. He caught my eye when he was small because of all the markings on his face and sides. When checked with a magnifier, I can't see a shiny eye ring or any iridophores on his body, so I'm guessing it's a melanoid (no guarantee on that). Because of his markings, he's been housed over a white substrate to cause him to lighten up. If he were housed over a black substrate, he would probably be rather dark. Under blue LED lighting he has a purplish look to him. Under normal fluorescent shop lighting he looks more grayish. I refer to him as "he" but he's really too young to tell gender. He's very interesting and I'm curious what he'll look like as he continues to grow.


5-6" RLG Copper #1 SOLD

This RLG golden copper is a little under 6". RLG is our term for axolotls that have Ridiculously Long Gills. All pictures are of the same axolotl and this is the exact one that will ship with this offer. Truly a gorgeous animal!


Gold Albino/White Gills SOLD

This golden albino has extra iridophores (the shiny white patches that occur on all axolotls except melanoids).  What's extra special is that the iridophores cover the gill stalks almost completely - making them look white and shiny. This beauty is approximately 6 inches long.


Under LED lighting.

Those black markings almost look like horns!

This is under fluorescent overhead lighting.

Heavily-Speckled Leucistic - SOLD

This juvenile is approximately 6 inches long. A little over 6 months old. This is the exact axolotl that will ship for this offer. Please be aware that the dark markings will be more pronounced if you keep it over a dark substrate. The markings will be less pronounced if you keep it over a light substrate. The pictures shown were taken with the axolotl housed over a black substrate.


Light Coppers - SOLD OUT

We have a limited number of light-colored copper juveniles available now. While quantities last.


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