# In the Haworth projections of D and L glucose, is the stereochemistry at every carbon except the anomeric carbon just inverted?

I'm having a bit of trouble grasping sugar stereochemistry.

Using glucose as an example, if you cyclize D and L glucose, is the stereochemistry at every carbon just inverted from the other form?

Like for example, on carbon 2 for D glucose, the hydroxyl is down. On carbon 2 for L glucose, the hydroxyl would be up.

Is this trend true for every hydroxyl or $\ce{CH2OH}$ group except the one on the anomeric carbon?