The Golden Albino morph is very pretty morph. They can range in color from an almost pure white to peach, yellow, and orange-gold. They have beautiful reflective spots and speckles on their bodies. They eyes can be white, yellow, or pink. It does not have melanophores.
When young, they are difficult to tell from white albinos. Like, white albinos they may have more light sensitivity.
What makes this particular morph so special is that it retains xanthophores with are responsible for giving it that golden-yellowy color. Specimens that additionally have a high amount of iridophores can make this morph even more sparkly--simply gorgeous!