When I went to the county fair this year I was shocked at how little competition my roo-boy had. When I purchased him I was told he was an Ameraucana and so his beard and ear-tuffs say- but as I began to research Ameraucanas it is very very hard to find Lemon Blue Wheatons and that kind is not mentioned in the Ameraucana Breeder's Standards. Are Lemon Blue Wheaton's rare? Is he really a Lemon Blue? What makes him Wheaton, Blue, and Lemon- because the Blue Wheaton female has no blue coloration whatsoever. Someone please help, is my Mr. Fancy Pants (Wyatt) show quality or would he be disqualified for the ear-tufts? He is in perfect health, gorgeous sheen, even well angled spurs, toes, nails, beak, alert handsome chocolate eyes, good plumage, and on and on it goes. Why doesn't the Ameracauna standard list a Lemon Blue Wheaton? Thanks, Laurisa & Wyatt PS- Let me know if I need more pictures.