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While this lady's design is certainly lovely, she cannot be accepted with her current mutation and description.

Axanthism has been documented in birds and amphibians, but not mammals. It is caused by a lack of yellow pigment - which would not turn a melanistic wolf blue/violet even if axanthism did occur in mammals. Axanthism also seems to be reserved for chromatophores, such as xanthophores, erythrophores, and iridophores. Mammals have melanocytes.

This means she also cannot have lilac spots.

An acceptable still "starry" coat would be black with white flecks.

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