Liver Chestnut 🎨 RGB Color Code: #987456
The hexadecimal RGB code of Liver Chestnut color is #987456. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 98 red (152/256), a 74 green (116/256) and a 56 blue component (86/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(152,116,86). Closest WebSafe color: Copper rose (#996666)
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Liver Chestnut on Wikipedia
understood. Liver chestnuts are a very dark-reddish brown. Liver chestnuts are included in the term "dark chestnut." The darkest chestnuts, particularly
called liver that is traditionally used in web site design. Liver-colored moray eel Liver-colored horses List of colors Shades of brown Liver Chestnut (coat)
best-known is a liver chestnut with a flaxen mane and tail. The genetics that create light flaxen manes and tails on otherwise chestnut horses are not
liver chestnuts will show some red character in their coats, usually in the hair around the pastern or in the mane or tail. Even dark liver chestnuts
Dark bay should not be confused with "Liver" chestnut, which is also a very dark brown color, but a liver chestnut has a brown mane, tail and legs, and
has been mistaken for faded black, dark bay or brown, grullo or even liver chestnut. A single copy of the cream gene can have a subtle effect on the color
from seal brown by the absence of tan markings. Another mimic is the liver chestnut, an all-over dark brown coat including mane and tail, that is sometimes
ISBN 0-7167-1811-1. ...blue roan comes on a dark (black, brown, or liver chestnut) background. Sponenberg, Dan Phillip (2003). Equine color genetics (2 ed
variations are: Liver Chestnut: very dark red chestnut coat. Sometimes a liver chestnut is also simply called "brown". Light Chestnut: seldom-used term
synonymous with chestnut and one of the most common coat colors in horses. Some regions and breed registries distinguish it from chestnut, defining sorrel
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