These hatched over Easter. There are 9 pure Tomaru (from a friend's 2002 legal imports from Germany via Switzerland) and 6 of my reconstructed line. I had a barrier set up in the incubator nearly up to the heating element, but the gangly little rascals jumped it. Now I have no idea who's who.
A friend said next time use an upside down container over them, the open bottom on the grid will provide enough air flow.
The lone different one in the immediate foreground is a Tuzo.
A few even have black faces and combs like they are split for the fibromelanistic trait. The Japanese standard calls for Tomaru to be black from face to toe at maturity after the chick spots are lost.
In case you're wondering, this is what a Tomaru is. They sing. LOL
This is my line's grandfather:
The rooster I have now has the prized beautiful undulating two-tone voice, but I've not gotten him on tape yet.