Okay...thought I knew what these were but now that they have feathered out, I've no idea. Here's the group of what I am pretty sure are all ladies at 10 weeks. They came from a grab bag of fertile eggs that were supposed to be layer purebreds, with some eggs that could have some Ameraucana, so EE's. Only 5 of the 14 eggs hatched. The two smaller came from smallish but not banty-size pale beige eggs, the big one came from a large brown egg. They were chipmonks as chicks, so I thought I had an EE, a blue mystery, and a Speckled Sussex or Welsummer. Now I just don't know. Thanks for any help. Lady of McCamley In left photo: Standing bird #1 is developing a rose comb. Two sitting: left #2 blue is definitely a single comb; right #partridge/RIR look has I think a single comb but may have a small cup at the top developing...can't tell yet. in second photo: left Blue #2, #3 middle, #1 far right Standing bird from above #1 Thought this was going to be an EE but no ID now. Maybe Partridge Wyandotte mix???? (left bird in trio below to see pattern on back) Bird #2, blue...wow, no idea, but what a pretty bird this is going to be. It could be a half-sister to #1 as the same neck pattern. Maybe mixed with Blue Laced Red Wyandotte? Bird #3 Thought this was either a Welsummer or a Speckled Sussex (SS) from the day old chick pattern. Now, it looks a lot like my RIR/Welsummer mix...I'm thinking a Welsummer mix too? Likely came from a very light beige egg though, which is why I thought Speckled Sussex, but no spots have developed. Your guesses...or at least agreement not a SS?