Pale 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
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
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
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
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%
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
[*native to Darnley Island] Pale cerulean, Jamides cyta (Boisduval, 1832) J. c. claudia (Waterhouse & Lyell, 1914) Purple cerulean, Jamides phaseli (Mathew
1832) − pale cerulean Jamides elioti Hirowatari & Cassidy, 1994 – Eliot's caerulean (Sulawesi) Jamides elpis (Godart, ) – glistening cerulean (Assam
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
linseed oil, for oil painting. Two inorganic but synthetic blue pigments are cerulean blue (primarily cobalt(II) stanate: Co2SnO4) and Prussian blue (milori
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