First the background: Last spring a weasel killed all but 2 of my EE hens. The pair--along with one remaining Black Star--stopped laying right after the attack, I wasn't all that surprised since they were 5 or 6 years old--it may be mother/daughter or sisters I'm not sure because all the EE's were hatched here over a period of two years . At any rate at the end of May I got 6 more straight-run EE chicks of which only 1 turned out to be a rooster. Over the summer one of the pullets was killed by a hawk leaving me with 6 potential laying EE's. Now fast forward to today. This morning I found the first green/blue egg in the nest. The trouble is I'm not sure if it is from the older hens or one of the pullets as it seems a bit large for an EE pullet egg. The reason I'd like to be sure is that I've been holding off feeding layer until all the pullets are laying and these EE's are the last ones--my other Black Star pullets have been laying for at least a couple of weeks. Below is a picture of the egg laying along side an BS pullet egg--the green one is a bit larger. I'd kinda like your opinion--nothing like a pooling of our ignorance. Thanks.