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Leucistic · Leucism

Leucism arises from a partial loss of pigmentation, resulting in animals having white, patchy, or pale plumage, scales, cuticles, and coats.

Leucistic sugar gliders have interesting genetics that can be used to reproduce another leucistic glider with the same recessive genes and be integrated with other recessive characteristics to encourage those traits.

Their fur is solid white without any stripes, facial bars, or head triangles. They will have black eyes and pink noses and toes.
Posted By Gremelin Posted on January 4th, 2024
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