Hi guys, I am looking for some opinions please! We got 3 araucana hens a few days ago. 2 lavenders that are 20 weeks old and one white that is 16 weeks old. The two lavenders came from the same hatching batch. both are similar in size one however has a slightly redder comb. they both look like hens, nice and round. The white one is youngerr and her feathers on her head havent come through yet compared to the lavenders. she is smaller and slighter, walks taller but her tail generally goes out straight rather that curving up. her feet are bigger, or seem to be bigger than the lavenders too and her beak seems longer. maybe it's because of the lack of pigmentation that it looks that way, not sure. I hope these picture are decent enough to get some ideas of if she is a she or a he! Her comb looks redder in that picture than it is in real life. In the group pic white looks bigger than the lavenders but it's just the angle of the photo, she is smaller. I will try and get some good lavender pics later to see if people can confirm they are female! Thank you!