I'm pretty good with most breeds, but I'm wondering if I'm missing something with this one. I went to my local feedstore today to pick up a couple Barred Plymouth Rock chicks to add to my new brood. I found a mystery chick in the large tub. Our feed store sells pullets and today, the chicks in the tub were supposed to be White leghorns, Production Reds, Barred Plymouth Rocks, Buff Orpingtons, and Easter Eggers (labeled as Araucana by the feed store). I found one little black chick that didn't match up with any of those breeds -- It's black with a yellow tummy, black/pink legs, and bearded with a very flat type comb. Normally, I'd assume it is a Black Easter Egger, but I been to this feedstore many, many times to look at the chicks and the only type of EEs I've ever seen in their tubs were partridge type color (chipmunk babies). Even today, this is the only bearded chick that did not look like a little chipmunk. Could it be a polish? I don't see a puffy head, like the other polish chicks I've seen. Any other ideas? I brought it home, on the chance that it is indeed a black EE, but the comb and face/eyes look strange to me. Here is is next to a BPR purchased at the same time - they look to be the same age. You can see the fluffy cheeks in this pic: No head spot on the mystery chick - the wings are pure black: the weird comb -- it is not pink, just looks that color in the pic: The underbelly and legs of the mystery chick: Edited to Add: I do know that Easter Eggers come in different colors - I have received some real pretty ones from MPC, but this feedstore always has the same colors -- just wondering if there are any other types it can be, besides an EE -- I'm not familiar with all the bearded types of chicks. The comb on this chick is different than any EE I've had and this one has no hint of green on its legs (I know EEs do not all have green legs, but if this chick did, that would have been a sure clue). If it doesn't look like a polish or any other type of Bearded chick to you all, I'll assume it is an EE for now.