I've read up about the different colored eggs that various breeds lay, but how about determining the culprit by the shape of her egg? I currently have two hens that started laying last month, a Gold Comet and a Rhode Island Red. There has been a consistent pattern: someone's laying the longer, slender eggs, and the other is laying more rounded ones. Sometimes they are almost the same color, but the shapes are distinctly different. Any helpful thoughts on this? On a similar note, I have two younger girls not laying yet: a Welsummer and a Blue-Laced Wyandotte. I understand that the Welsummer will have a very dark brown egg. Based on what I've been reading, it sounds like the color of the Wyandotte's eggs will be similar to the ones below, though. Do you think there's any chance that I'll be able to tell hers apart from the others based on shape and/or size?