Here at The Pet Glider, we define a piebald as a mosaic sugar glider that has a normal patch or patches, spots or markings (light or dark), that are in direct contrast to the mosaic coloring of the sugar glider. The borders of these patches can be highly defined or could fade in and out. The piebald is a mosaic variation. As with other mosaics, it only requires one parent to be a mosaic to produce a piebald mosaic. Piebald mosaic sugar gliders are rare and are as different in their markings as standard mosaics. In the pictures above, we are showing the variety of what we consider to be a piebald sugar glider. Here at The Pet Glider, we have been creating breeding pairs where both mom and dad are piebalds and we have seen an increase in the percentage of piebald sugar gliders of all varieties from those pairings.