This little chick, or chickish thing, was hatched out this morning. S/he's sparkling snow-white with a trace of lavender, white belly, white throat. She hatched out pinky-carrot and somewhat wedge-shaped in the head... hmmm... I can't find the eggshell to save me, as it was in the coop, with a broody, and I have shell-stealing hens from time to time, but I have no male guineas, and I never saw an egg from my hen. Saw her sitting in the nest box a few times this past month. Here's the deal: One guinea hen, three bantam roos, all half-serama, 30 good-looking chicken hens of all sizes. What would make a roo want to jump on a guinea? But this little keet/peep has a lot of guinea looks and traits. S/he runs from one end of the Rubbermaid tub to the other in a quarter second, has a non-chick squealy sound, and gets her orange parts picked on by the other two chicks. I don;t know what else to think. Please see coloration & help me decide. Mom would have been a lavender-pied guinea , if I'm right. Notice the snow-white fuzz, which is not exactly like down (keet indicator). That's a partridge serama next to her. It's hard to see the head, but eyes are smaller, eye socket more pronounced, and cheekbones narrow to a bit more of a point. She stays quite quiet for thirty seconds or so when I pick her up, then starts squealing. My one batch of keets was a year ago, hatched at home. I remember them this way. I just looked up this cross phenomenon, and found Miracle's story, but then Miracle died. Does anyone know of other guinea/chicken crosses that survived into adulthood?