I have a trio of Buttercups that I purchased from TSC a year ago and I love them. I must say, we bought them thinking they were going to be Ameraucanas (their coloring and their legs resembled some Ameraucanas we'd bought from McMurray before). While we were slightly disappointed that they weren't going to lay blue eggs for us, we like them just as much as if they had turned out to be Ameraucanas. Anyway, they're kinda small. Currently I keep them penned with my Silkies and they get along fine. I'm looking to buy more Buttercups now and I was going to make a poster to put up at the feed store, so I decided to look up a little more info about them relating to the Standard. (I've already researched them since I've had them, but I wanted to refresh my memory). Several sites mention both bantam and standard/large fowl Buttercups. Mine are -definitely- not large fowl, yet while they are small they're not itty-bitty and probably -could- be kept with my other birds. So my question is: According to the Standard, are there both bantam and "standard" or large fowl Sicilian Buttercups?