Seaweed and Tiffany have one egg left to hatch. They have only gotten one red eyed chick so far out of seven. Percentagewise, with Seaweed being split to ino, we could expect two out of eight chicks to be inos. So this clutch still has the potential to be a text book case.
Now for some individual photos, since some of the chicks are getting old enough to notice details.
Because we can't use white down as an indicator, we have to wait until we see visual opaline markings on the chicks. Then we will know which are boys and which are girls, even if their ceres look ambiguous.
(Seaweed and Tiffany, by the way, are both opaline, so every one of their chicks will also be opaline.)