Was checking fertility on a Delaware egg today and got quite a surprise. On this yolk, there are NINE blastoderms, 9! Some are quite small, but all seem to be fertile spots (bullseyes). Amazing! The most I've ever seen on one egg has been three. You can't see them all in one photo, but take a look at this, folks. Wish my camera was better, but I think you can see it okay. Imagine...the egg would never hatch a chick, but it's possible that most or all would start developing, then when someone opened it to see why it didn't hatch, that would be quite a sight!