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@Kev The best way to describe it is there is literally a small growth on the comb, inside that dent, that looks like a small white pebble. And it has remained since he was a young chick. It has not grown in size much or protruded above the comb, but still looks like a little stone on there. This is very new to me, as I am only familiar with single combs and rose combs. Thank you for all of the help! I will break out my actual camera here at some point and get a better quality photo!

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A flat rose comb. Rhode island red cockerel is the example. But not what your bird is.

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I really want aWhite  Sebastopol that is young and nearby! Our male died two days after we bought him. I would really want a female though because the Sebbie was to be a companion for my duck, and now we think it's a drake. 

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I really want aWhite  Sebastopol that is young and nearby! Our male died two days after we bought him. I would really want a female though because the Sebbie was to be a companion for my duck, and now we think it's a drake. 

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