It doesn't have a comb. Instead it has a row of very tiny bumps with tiny bit of down sprouting out of each bump. It may be hard to see the down in the photos though. I could barely see it when I held it. The little bumps are black not red like every other chicken I've seen. Is it normal for a chicken to have super tiny black combs? I just thought it would start looking more normal as it aged, but it's 8 wks old now. It's siblings look very typically chicken, with bright red combs Etc. It's also much smaller than its two siblings, not even half the size of the middle guy. It doesn't seem to have any wattle like the other chicks and both parents. I didn't think much of it, because I assumed they were all a cross between a Black Serama rooster (last pic) with cream highlights and a slight green sheen (light bulb for size reference). Hens were 2 extremely small orangish English Game Bantams which are 2/3 the size of the rooster, and HE only weighs 1lb. (don't have their pic yet) I didn't think hybrid until I ran across a book about avian hybrids which said the rare cross between a corturnix old world quail and a chicken has little or no comb. The quails were standard wild colored corturnix quail. Until I read that I had dismissed the notion, because all the eggs looked exactly the same, extremely small white eggs, about 3x the size of the beige and speckled cortunix eggs the quail lay. During the time the eggs appeared, the quail were with the chickens, and ALL the quail are hens. I know that for certain. I do know that on occasion Reggie the rooster used to try to mount the quail, but I figured that stopped when I got the pullets, but maybe he did that on the sly even after. So I don't know, and I'd like to hear from anyone who might know. .