Arctic Lime 🎨 RGB Color Code: #D0FF14
The hexadecimal RGB code of Arctic Lime color is #D0FF14. This code is composed of a hexadecimal D0 red (208/256), a FF green (255/256) and a 14 blue component (20/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(208,255,20). Closest WebSafe color: Electric lime (#CCFF00)
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value to this neon color is almost to yellow. The color Arctic lime is close to electric lime, and was created in 2009. This is one of the colors in Crayola's
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Raspberry Lemonade, Incrediberry, Kickin-Kiwi-Lime, Kolita, Lemon, Lemonade, Lemonade Sparkle, Lemon-Lime, Lime, Man-o-Mangoberry, Mango, Mountainberry Punch
Mountain Blast) Orange (orange) Fruit Punch (red) Grape (purple) Lemon Lime (lime green) Blackberry (red-violet, Twisted) Melon (green; initially titled
Watermelon, Wild Grape, Passionfruit, Mango, Triple Black, Pomegranate Fusion, Arctic Berry (Blueberry), Green Apple Bite, Strawberry Acai, Pineapple and Raspberry
Arktikum, the Arctic Center, and the Provincial Museum of Lapland. The exhibitions at the Provincial Museum of Lapland and the Arctic Center examine
2007. It originally came in four different flavours: strawberry, lemon & lime, pineapple and orange; blackcurrant was added later. Cresta is widely remembered
Europe. This primrose thrives on grazed meadows rich in lime and moisture. This small, Arctic–alpine primrose grows from 3–20 centimetres (1.2–7.9 in)
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