We bought 5 wheaton ameraucanas, as it looks we think we have 4 roosters and one hen. Only one chicken is actually mostly white/light. The rest have a lot of brown and black (one brown and blue). The differences I see is we have one definate rooster with a LOT of black and brown. Then we have 2 that have not as much black and brown, and somewhat white chests (as compared to the definate roosters dark chest) and then one with blue feathers So some pictures, The for sure rooster The for sure hen: Crooked toes (its name) from the top and front, not sure but think rooster because of the dark coloring (comb seems to be changing back and forth from being reder, might have been pecked) his head is still very white though, as well as the chest, so we are not sure. (he's on the left) He still has a fairly white breast which makes us think he might not be a rooster? The blue one, all I can say is she is as big as the for sure rooster and 2nd in pecking order (to the rooster) She has the 2nd darkest head out of all of them, and a dark chest. I dont have a good picture of the last, he looks a lot like crooked toes (browns and blacks but whit on head and chest), he's in the background of the picture with then hen standing tall. So I'm not really sure what's going on, maybe we didn't receive all wheatons, I don't know, they don't look like any of the standard colors.