Grullo 🎨 RGB Color Code: #A99A86
The hexadecimal RGB code of Grullo color is #A99A86. This code is composed of a hexadecimal A9 red (169/256), a 9A green (154/256) and a 86 blue component (134/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(169,154,134). Closest WebSafe color: Manatee (#999999)
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Grulla or grullo, also called blue dun, gray dun or mouse dun, is a color of horses in the dun family, characterized by tan-gray or mouse-colored hairs
El Grullo is a town and municipality, in Jalisco in central-western Mexico. The municipality covers an area of 157.2 km². It is named for a color, used
three base colors, bay (bay, classic, or zebra dun), black (mouse dun or grullo), and Chestnut (red dun). It is more difficult to recognize when combined
testing. Smoky black has been mistaken for faded black, dark bay or brown, grullo or even liver chestnut. A smoky black horse usually appears to be a black
Pedro Grullo [es] (Perogrullo) with his perogrulladas: "Verdad de Pedro Grullo, que a la mano cerrada, la llama puño" (The truth of Pedro Grullo, when
breed, all of which have a primitive appearance, particularly in having the grullo coat colour. Some of these horses are now commercially promoted as "tarpans"
Grullos is one of eleven parishes (administrative divisions) in Candamo, a municipality within the province and autonomous community of Asturias, in northern
age, and without white markings, roans retain colored heads. Blue dun or grullo (also grulla, mouse dun) coloring is created by the dun gene acting on a
creating a genetic copy of the extinct species, they developed a breed with grullo coloration and primitive markings. Heck horses were subsequently exported
Barragy, Terrence J. (2003). Gathering Texas Gold. Cayo del Grullo, TX: Cayo Del Grullo Press. ISBN 9780961160487. University of Texas at Austin (March
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