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White Face

White face sugar gliders have similar color patterns to that of the standard gray. The significant difference is the absence of the facial markings, primarily the chin bar from their ear toward their chin.

The white face can be a characteristic that can be bred in with almost any other coloration or pattern. It is a dominant gene, and only one sugar glider in a pair needs to have the trait for it to reproduce in their offspring. If the sugar glider joeys do not have the white face expressed, they have not inherited the gene and will never reproduce other white face sugar gliders.

White face blonde is a slight variation in the overall characteristic. The fur on their stomach and their face will have a golden hue. This gene is dominant.
Posted By Gremelin Posted on January 4th, 2024
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