Isabelline 🎨 RGB Color Code: #F4F0EC
The hexadecimal RGB code of Isabelline color is #F4F0EC. This code is composed of a hexadecimal F4 red (244/256), a F0 green (240/256) and a EC blue component (236/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(244,240,236). Closest WebSafe color: White (#FFFFFF)
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Isabelline (/ɪzəˈbɛlɪn/; also known as isabella) is a pale grey-yellow, pale fawn, pale cream-brown or parchment colour. It is primarily found in animal
Isabelline may refer to: Isabelline style, or Isabelline, a late medieval architectural style developed under the reign of Isabella I of Castile Isabelline
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The isabelline bush-hen (Amaurornis isabellina), also known as Sulawesi waterhen or isabelline waterhen, is a large, up to 40 cm long, rufous and brown
bear (Ursus arctos isabellinus), also known as the Himalayan red bear, isabelline bear or Dzu-Teh, is a subspecies of the brown bear and is known from northern
The isabelline shrike or Daurian shrike (Lanius isabellinus) is a member of the shrike family (Laniidae). It was previously considered conspecific with
The Isabelline style, also called the Isabelline Gothic (Spanish: Gótico Isabelino), or Castilian late Gothic, was the dominant architectural style of
The western olivaceous warbler, also known as isabelline warbler, (Iduna opaca) is a "warbler", formerly placed in the Old World warblers when these were
The Egyptian nightjar (Caprimulgus aegyptius) is a medium-small nightjar which occurs in south west Asia and north Africa and winters in tropical Africa
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