So here's my quandary, I got these (supposedly) Cream Legbar chicks from a lady on Craigslist. I also have 2 a week younger that I KNOW are Cream Legbar chicks. They don't look exactly the same, but I imagine there is some small variation on a theme within a breed. She did however say when I picked them up, " I THINK these are the CLs, I'm pretty sure", but they were already 2 weeks old by that point, and she apparently had another breed, that looked somewhat similar at that age. So here's why I think it may be the wrong breed. Cream Legbars are auto-sexing, meaning that in every generation, the boys can be picked out from the girls, as day old chicks, because of a spot on their heads. So if these are CLs, they should have both been pullets-no spot. But now it's two weeks later, and I'd swear one is a Roo. It's always right in front of the rest of my chicks, always watching me while the rest flutter about and play, and scratch. It does NOT like to be picked up. It's the only one that doesn't, and then there are the physical issues.... I'm going to show the pictures of the two "pullets" I got from her. They were hatched the same day, looked the same, and were roughly the same size when I got them. Now one is bigger, and carries itself much more erect. Then there are the legs. It's hard to tell because of the non-matching orientation of the photos, and I was apparently holding the roo farther away, but the roo(?) has much thicker sturdier legs.The first photos are the one I think is a pullet, the next, the Roo. Pullet Then theres the coloring. He's also getting much lighter through the head, neck and breast, and see how puffed up it is. And, It's not an impacted crop. That's just the way he (I think) is growing. Then of course, there's the combs....well, you see for yourself. Keep in mind, they are only 4 weeks old. pullet roo So here's the question, is it... a) the wrong breed, and a roo, b) The right breed, but a roo that somehow didn't have the right head markings (doesn't seem possible), or c) is there any chance it's an overdeveloped CL pullet?, I'm leaning toward A, but I am new to chickens, and would love the opinion of someone with more experience. There's also the possibility that they're both the wrong breed, and I should take them back. In either case, I can't keep a roo, They're not allowed where I live.