Sorry - no photo as I've already cleaned the egg off and then cracked it to see what was inside. One of our EEs has laid 2 eggs like this so far. The egg is normal in every respect but it is encased in what is most easily described as the interior membrane. It's like the egg is delivered in its own little ziploc baggie. Once you remove the outer membrane - and you have to tear it - the egg underneath is normal and the contents inside are normal. Perhaps the shell seems a little thin to me but otherwise normal. Can anyone shed light on this? The 4 EEs are wicked flighty - can't catch 'em or fool with 'em - and I have no idea which one is laying this weirdo egg. All the girls are on a diet of 16% layer crumble, scratch grains, and kitchen scraps (only safe scraps - no taters, etc.). They have a 35' x 15' run so they eat bugs, worms, etc. and I throw them "greens" from the yard. They also have free access fresh water, grit, and oyster shell. Everyone else is producing normal eggs. Is this just the way this bird is going to be or do I need to ferret out the hen and make adjustments to her environment/feed? TIA for any help!