Okay. I breed show quality Seramas. As you may or may not know, really huge combs in serama roosters are something both common and not desirable. Feeding excess mealworms will give a rooster a huge comb if fed while they're growing. But I'm curious. This may sound stupid, but say you had a hen, and you fed her a lot of mealworms, then she layed an egg and incubated it, and the embryo inside grew up to be a cockerel, would that cockerel grow a larger-than-normal comb?