Yes they are . I am thinking they came from the Legbar rooster . He never produced white or feather legs with the Legbar hens . I am using 2 of his hybrid cockerels and a couple of hybrid pullets in this pen . My guess is the pullets are now laying so a sibling mating is making the recessives pop out . The crele EE line has never produced white or feather legs . I will have to test mate some to solve the mystery .
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A trio of Legbar x Rhodebar hybrids .
Nice mix, let me know if you get to RIR sized eggs in the color of blue or green. :)
Someone has been selling eggs on the 24 hour auction thread . One of the early Rhodebar imports that lays green eggs . http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/754060/the-new-crazy-24hr-auction-thread/10440
She looks just like my two legbar hybrids. it was a Lavendar Ameraucana Roo over a Cream Legbar hen. I have two that look the same, just like her, only one is a cockerel and one a pullet
No is the quick answer.
The offspring have to inherit at least one blue egg shell gene. The brown egg layer will have no blue egg shell genes and the CL may only have one. Offspring that inherit two white egg shell genes will lay a brown egg.
If the CL is double blue than all of the egg will be some shade of green. Remember that brown is a coating over a white egg shell. Green is a coating over a blue egg shell.
Post pictures when they hatch.