Ash Grey 🎨 RGB Color Code: #B2BEB5
The hexadecimal RGB code of Ash Grey color is #B2BEB5. This code is composed of a hexadecimal B2 red (178/256), a BE green (190/256) and a B5 blue component (181/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(178,190,181). Closest WebSafe color: Pastel gray (#CCCCCC)
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code of color #B2BEB5 (Ash grey):. Web.forret.com. Retrieved on 2013-03-21. Maerz and Paul, p. 189; Color Sample of Ash grey: p. 77 Plate 27 Color Sample
silvery-white to ash-grey. As in other Podolic breeds, the calves are born wheat-coloured, and become grey at about three months old. Hungarian Grey cattle are
The ash-grey mouse (Pseudomys albocinereus) is a rodent in the family Muridae. Larger and more robust than Mus musculus, the common house mouse, it is
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cloud-covered sky, of ash and of lead. The first recorded use of grey as a color name in the English language was in 700 CE. Grey is the dominant spelling
cinerea. The scientific name comes from Latin ardea "heron", and cinerea , "ash-grey" (from cineris ashes). Four subspecies are recognised: A. c. cinerea –
misunderstanding of cilla as "tail". The specific cinerea is Latin for "ash-grey" from cinis, "ashes". The relationships of this species are not well resolved;
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very similar to that of the mineral boracite. The crystals are white or ash-grey in colour, hence the name suggested by A. G. Werner in 1701, from λευκος
considered a subspecies of the purple swamphen, which it resembles, but has olive-chestnut mantle and scapulars, and the whole plumage is tinged with ash-grey.
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