Yes, the comb split the crest. Then you can see it continuing from the back of the comb, the darker feathers there.
I'm a genetic dummy! I have no problem owning up to it. What little I know, I learn from my results. I had several hens from that cross. The eggs varied anywhere from light blue to dark olive in color. Body wise there were 2 differences. 1st some had crests and others didn't. 2nd some had the white lobes and others didn't. I'm guessing the ones with the white lobes are laying the bluish eggs. The green to olive are coming from the others.
One facing camera has white lobes. The other 1 doesn't.
Strictly guessing, not that I have a clue, I would guess no to the brown eggs.
I took these 3 pictures this morning.