Can purebred black ameraucanas have any white on them?

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I own EEs. I know one when I see one. :p
🤣 I do too, they are my favorite breed, but I havent researched Ameraucanas yet. If its obvious (like wattles in an ameraucana) I could tell, but usually, I stay out of breed identifications. Just because its a lot to remember 😅
 

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🤣 I do too, they are my favorite breed, but I havent researched Ameraucanas yet. If its obvious (like wattles in an ameraucana) I could tell, but usually, I stay out of breed identifications. Just because its a lot to remember 😅
It definitely is! My brain hurts 😵‍💫
 
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He's 17 weeks old in this picture. He has a little red in his neck feathers and a bit of white near his comb. Those colors have already faded a lot though. I'm extremely happy with him. He's such a well behaved rooster.
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He’s an Easter egger. He’s impure for the beard and pea comb genes. That, combined with his leakage, makes me think he isn’t an ameraucana.
 

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Thanks for the info everyone. :)

I did think his comb looked off, but never really researched it. I wouldn't exchange him for any other chicken, he's perfect as he is. :D
 

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