I had a broody Ameraucana sitting on eggs for about 40 days. After she'd been broody about 2 weeks (and I not planning she should hatch--had her on ceramic dummy eggs), I ordered serama eggs & set them in the incubator, since the Ameraucana was a first-time broody. I moved the broody into the living room in a dog crate. So... the seramas all hatched out by yesterday, and when I put the last couple straggler chicks under her, I removed her last two eggs. She had one Ameraucana egg in with her dummies from another hen. I rolled it to the corner of the living room floor, as she's inside to brood, and I ignored it. I had surgery last week, so I'm not up to certain acts of vigilence such as Candling the discarded egg. Tonight I candled the egg. It (omg) looks to be full-term developed. I felt terrible, thinking, it must have died yesterday. I then put it in my now-sterilized hatching incubator, told my family the story, and went to candle the poor chick an hour later. There is Movement, and btw, the veins were still red, that's why I re-set it. The chick turns around a bit when candled. Can this chick hatch out? or is it permanently doomed by being left on the floor at 70F for 36 hours?