Pale Chestnut 🎨 RGB Color Code: #DDADAF
The hexadecimal RGB code of Pale Chestnut color is #DDADAF. This code is composed of a hexadecimal DD red (221/256), a AD green (173/256) and a AF blue component (175/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(221,173,175). Closest WebSafe color: Puce (#CC9999)
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Pale Chestnut on Wikipedia
Chestnut or castaneous is a colour, a medium reddish shade of brown (displayed right), and is named after the nut of the chestnut tree. An alternate name
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
unrelated to chestnut color, and produces distinct characteristics common to wild equids: pale hairs around the eyes and muzzle and a pale underside. Haflingers
humidity. The chestnut fruit has a pointed end with a small tuft at its tip (called "flame" in Italian), and at the other end, a hilum – a pale brown attachment
Chestnut: very dark red chestnut coat. Sometimes a liver chestnut is also simply called "brown". Light Chestnut: seldom-used term for a pale chestnut
Specially named for its pale-chestnut rump from mediaeval Latin uropygium, the rump. Its other names include chestnut-tailed or chestnut-backed thornbill, tit
grass into which 4-7 white eggs are laid. The chestnut munia is 11–12 cm in length. The adult has a stubby pale grey-blue bill, black head, and brown body
closely related to the horse-chestnut, which is in the family Sapindaceae. The chestnut is monoecious, producing many small, pale green (nearly white) male
are slate-grey, with a chestnut shoulder patch at the bend of the wings when they're closed. The under-wing is pale chestnut. The upper mandible is black
buds that are depressed-globular, partly immersed in the bark, and pale chestnut brown in color. As a dioecious plant, the inconspicuous pistillate (female)
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