This is an Auction Formated Listing - Please do not PM to bid! - Place your bid in a reply. Bidding will start at: $10.00 Additional bids will be in increasing $.25 increments Shipping will be via U.S.P.S. Priority Mail at a cost of $12.00 Auction ends at 4 p.m. Eastern time TODAY (3/13). Eggs will ship tomorrow with Delivery Confirmation included. This is a PayPal only auction, and payment is to be made by 5 p.m. Eastern time today, or eggs will go to the next highest bidder. Please place your bid as a reply to this classified (do not PM to bid!). Subscribe to this classified auction using the immediate notification setting when you bid so that you can stay informed! My first generation girl is a purebred Black Ameraucana. She's a large gal, lays very big eggs, and they are bluish green. Her offspring lay eggs like the olive egg in the main picture. My 2nd generation gals are half black Ameraucana and half Black Copper Marans; most will have muffs and small beards, most will have some feathers on their shanks (but not heavily feathered), most have copper in their hackles, much like a female Black Copper Marans. All should be black, though I do have one gal that is half Blue Ameraucana and half Black Copper Marans. She has thrown an occasional blue, but not often. The not-so-fun-stuff: Although I do all that I can to make sure the eggs travel safely, using brand new individual bubble wrap pouches that have never touched another egg, lots of packing peanuts and extra bubble wrap packaging, once they leave my farm, it's out of my control as to what happens to the box, and I make no guarantees on your hatch rate. Also, I reserve the right to refuse any buyer. A few more pics - these gals lay many different shades of green, all will be olive colored, NO blues, NO light greens. Also, I cannot guarantee that you will hatch all pea-combed offspring. The ones with single combs more than likely will not produce green eggs, but will be dark brown. I have not had more than 20% hatch with single combs.