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White mosaic sugar glider (Mosaic variation) Has a white fur color, with little to no dark fur, may have dark spots on the ears ranging in size and pigment,  will look like a leucistic sugar glider; may or may not have leu genetics.  To be considered a White Mosaic, it must have been born almost entirely white.  These joeys, when crossed with the leucistic gliders, may be difficult to identify at first.  Color on ears may appear from OOP to up to two weeks.

White mosaic sugar glider (Mosaic variation) Has a white fur color, with little to no dark fur, may have dark spots on the ears ranging in size and pigment, will look like a leucistic sugar glider; may or may not have leu genetics. To be considered a White Mosaic, it must have been born almost entirely white. These joeys, when crossed with the leucistic gliders, may be difficult to identify at first. Color on ears may appear from OOP to up to two weeks.

White Face sugar glider Characteristic:  The absence of the bar that extends under the ear toward the chin. White face is not considered an actual color as it can appear on any color sugar glider.

White Face sugar glider Characteristic: The absence of the bar that extends under the ear toward the chin. White face is not considered an actual color as it can appear on any color sugar glider.

Leucistic sugar glider. Fur is solid white with no stripe or bars at the ears, will have black eyes.  This is a recessive gene and must be paired with another glider with the same recessive gene to reproduce a leucistic.

Leucistic sugar glider. Fur is solid white with no stripe or bars at the ears, will have black eyes. This is a recessive gene and must be paired with another glider with the same recessive gene to reproduce a leucistic.

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