I can't get pictures but I've got one chick who's 1 week old today. the comb area recedes much further than her little friends, but it always has. There are also two rows of bumps instead of just the one. The chick in question is a Silver Laced Wyandotte and I'm comparing her to a buff orpington and two aurcauna or americauna (tag said aurcauna but I've been told that's considerably rare for a feed store) The chick is also the most interested in flying. she/he spends pretty much all day hopping up and down flapping it's wings. Wing feathers are all in and tail feathers are coming in, but no feathers on the back yet. Maybe someone could post pictures of their male and female wyandottes at one week to make me feel better? I tried to find comparison pics but there aren't many. I am in a no chickens zone so if it's a rooster I'm either going to be eating it early or giving it away. But I'd hate to do either because the chick's got spunk and I think it's my favorite.