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9BC4E29BC4E29BC4E29BC4E29BC4E2155196226Pale Cerulean 🎨 RGB Color Code: #9BC4E2

The hexadecimal RGB code of Pale Cerulean color is #9BC4E2. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 9B red (155/256), a C4 green (196/256) and a E2 blue component (226/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(155,196,226). Closest WebSafe color: Pale robin egg blue (#99CCCC)
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Pale Cerulean on Wikipedia

Cerulean (/səˈruːliən/), also spelled caerulean, is a shade of blue ranging between azure and a darker sky blue. The first recorded use of cerulean as
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purple Pale aqua Pale blue Pale brown Pale carmine Pale cerulean Pale chestnut Pale copper Pale cornflower blue Pale cyan Pale gold Pale goldenrod Pale green
Cerulean warbler
upperparts, a pale stripe over the eye, no streaking, and are yellow below. All have two white wing bars and a thin, pointed bill. The cerulean warbler is
Jamides cyta
Jamides cyta, the pale cerulean, is a butterfly of the lycaenids or blues family. It is found throughout South-east Asia, from Malaysia to the Solomon
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308° 44% 28% 62% 41% Pale aqua #BED3E5 75% 83% 90% 208° 43% 84% 17% 90% Pale cerulean #9BC4E2 61% 77% 89% 205° 55% 75% 31% 89% Pale Dogwood #ED7A9B 93%
Cerulean flycatcher
The cerulean flycatcher (Eutrichomyias rowleyi) is a medium-sized (up to 18 cm long), blue passerine with bright cerulean blue plumage, a bare white orbital
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York:1930 McGraw-Hill Page 190; Color Sample of Cerulean: Page 89 Plate 33 Color Sample E6 "cerulean | Search Online Etymology Dictionary". www.etymonline
1832) − pale cerulean Jamides elioti Hirowatari & Cassidy, 1994 – Eliot's caerulean (Sulawesi) Jamides elpis (Godart, [1824]) – glistening cerulean (Assam
Dianella caerulea
Dianella caerulea var. caerulea Dianella caerulea var. cinerascens is a pale-grey leaved form to 0.8 m inland and north of the Sydney basin, from Putty
List of butterflies of Australia
[*native to Darnley Island] Pale cerulean, Jamides cyta (Boisduval, 1832) J. c. claudia (Waterhouse & Lyell, 1914) Purple cerulean, Jamides phaseli (Mathew

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