Welcome to crossfoxes!
We are a group to support and love on the cross-coloration of foxes. We support both dead pictures, live pictures, crafts, and artwork. I have often heard that people think cross foxes are blue and red fox mixes... they are just another one of the red fox coloration.
Image © Douglas Brown of Flickr
Cross foxes are rarer than red foxes, though more common than silver foxes in the wild. They are more common in the northern United States and are around 30% of the Canadian red fox population. They were once quite abundant in Idaho and Utah, but were killed off in large.
Cross foxes are mostly known for their red and silver/black coloring, mainly the cross along their backs. They are sometimes known to be larger than normal red foxes, with bushier tails and fluffier feet.
Sometimes "bastard" foxes are mistaken for cross foxes, but the best way to tell them apart is whether the cross on their back is black (cross fox) or darker red (bastard fox).
We welcome all types of art portraying the cross fox, from photography, to traditional art, to taxidermy, to clay and crafts! Anything that does not portray a cross fox will not be accepted. Deviations may have anthros, but not humans with fox ears. You should not submit hateful, rude, or unkind images of the fox. Pictures of dead cross foxes are allowed, as long as they're not TOO gore-y of course.