Hi, I bought two-week-old chicks from a farm store, and one was said to be an Aruacana. I have been reading that they are actually quite rare, so I"m wondering if that's really what I have. The true Aruacana's seem to come in several different colors - can you tell from these shots if she is one? She's about six weeks old, or a little more, now. She's a big bigger than the Wyandottes (Columbian and Golden-Laced) I have, and smaller than the Austra White. You can see she doesn't really have a comb yet. Her cheeks are slightly tufted, and her feathers are a lovely combination of soft grey, dark brown, and brilliant golden-yellow.