Dark Liver (Horses) 🎨 RGB Color Code: #543D37
The hexadecimal RGB code of Dark Liver (Horses) color is #543D37. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 54 red (84/256), a 3D green (61/256) and a 37 blue component (55/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(84,61,55). Closest WebSafe color: Wine (#663333)
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called liver. The first recorded use of liver as a color name in English was in 1686. Liver may also refer to a group of certain types of dark brown color
that a horse is not chestnut. Seal brown or dark bay horses are not chestnut but may be confused with a liver chestnut. Those unfamiliar with horse coat
describing horse coat color. It is clearer to refer to dark-colored horses as dark bays or liver chestnuts. To further complicate matters, there apparently
determine color. Black horses that do not sun bleach are called "true" blacks. Some breeds of horses, such as the Friesian horse, Murgese and Ariegeois
characteristic of all bay horses, while liver chestnuts do not. Opinions vary on what constitutes a true seal brown as distinct from dark bay. In Equine Color
27° 18% 24% 31% 28% ISCC-NBS Dark liver (horses) #543D37 33% 24% 22% 12° 21% 27% 35% 33% University of California, Davis Dark magenta #8B008B 55% 0% 55%
some horses, but golden champagnes have light skin with mottling, blue eyes at birth, and amber or hazel eyes in adulthood. Horses with a very dark brown
between mature white and gray horses. White horses have unpigmented skin and a white hair coat. Many white horses have dark eyes, though some have blue
Lipizzaner. People who are unfamiliar with horses may refer to gray horses as "white". However, a gray horse whose hair coat is completely "white" will
background coat. Some roan horses have more white hair than others, and even individual horses may look lighter or darker based on the season, and their
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