Lacking all skin pigmentation, except in the eyes. This is a common occurrence in Ambystoma mexicanum, the Axolotl.
Genetic mutation that causes the lack of dark colored pigment to be present, usually seen with blue eyes
a condition when an animal appears all white in color, generaly has black or blue eyes.
Appearing at first to be an albino because of white feathers, but having normally pigmented (dark) eyes, feet, and beak.
Genetic morphs giving a completely white appearance with blue eyes. Listing – Tilting to one side or the other while swimming. Typical of respiratory problems.