The Piebald Axolotl is a Leucistic variation. It has dark patches all along its body, concentrated on the top half. Sometimes, the markings are symmetrical making for a striking appearance. As they age the coloration can darken resulting in a black and white Axolotl. This morph is very rare and often mistaken for a Speckled Leucistic. The difference with the Piebald is that the markings are darker, more concentrated and appear on the bottom half of the body as well as on the sides. Rarely, there are even markings on the legs of the Piebald.