AXO23#2 - Wild



Comes from unknown bloodlines from a Victorian 'breeder', sole survivor of a group of 40 eggs. Out of the lot only 6 hatched and this one was also the only one to not have a deformity.

100% unrelated to AXO23#1 


Currently eating: African Nightcrawlers, Blackworms, Guppies, Neocaridina Shrimp.

Hatched: 28th May 2023


It's been noted that this bub carries a trait called a cranial glow. This is different to gfp as its not their skin 'glowing' but within the skeletal structure with a dim aqua colour (gfp being neon green). The glow can be seen using a blue-light, also seen under black light however using it is harmful to the lotl.


Wild type axolotls are the most common colour seen in captivity however they also have the most variation. These vary in colour from brown to olive green and jet black - some have a mottled olive-brown coloration and may exhibit gold speckles (irodophors).

There is no way to guarantee what colour this one will be as an adult as they are slowly but constantly changing throughout their life.