Wow, I never thought I'd see silkied ameraucanas. Lucky for you it looks like a pair so you can breed them and make more! I have seen silkie feathering in seramas, cochins, japanese, and some mutts but never thought it'd pop up in these. I say they are pure ameraucanas because they are out of ameraucanas and they meet the standard for the breed in all aspects but the feathering. I wonder where Jean Ribbick is (forgot her user name), it will be interesting to see what she has to say. Who's flock are they from?