5 months old female of “Celadon” Japanese quail

Out of the only 5 fertile “Celadon” eggs I received from the U.S.A.
I hatched 4 males and only one female.
As a reminder: all the other eggs were no longer fertile because of the much too long transit time caused by “administrative delays” I would say!
Since all the imported eggs were Celadon, the chicks born from them could have been pure or only carrying for the gene. Impossible to say it directly for the males but the female … directly laid Celadon eggs, so she was a pure one!
Yes, sometimes we must have luck …
Below are some snapshots of the bird photographed at just 5 months of age.