Purpureus 🎨 RGB Color Code: #9A4EAE
The hexadecimal RGB code of Purpureus color is #9A4EAE. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 9A red (154/256), a 4E green (78/256) and a AE blue component (174/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(154,78,174). Closest WebSafe color: French lilac (#996699)
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bengalensis (Jacq.) Cuf.) Lablab purpureus subsp. purpureus in addition to one wild subspecies: Lablab purpureus subsp. uncinatus of which a special
purpureus and grouped into the I. purpureus species complex. I. detectus was described as a separate species by Smith the same year as I. purpureus from
Commons has media related to Haemorhous purpureus. Wikispecies has information related to Haemorhous purpureus. Interesting Purple Finch Facts at BirdHouses101
Cenchrus purpureus, synonym Pennisetum purpureum, also known as Napier grass, elephant grass or Uganda grass, is a species of perennial tropical grass
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purpureus". GBIF. Retrieved 2020-01-23. Katsuyuki, Hamasaki (2017-02-02). "Phylogeny and phylogeography of the land hermit crab Coenobita purpureus (Decapoda:
Ceratodon purpureus is a dioicous moss with a color ranging from yellow-green to red. The height amounts to 3 centimeters. It is found worldwide, mainly
Ocean as well the Caribbean Sea. Lutjanus purpureus was first formally described in 1867 as Mesoprion purpureus by the Cuban zoologist Felipe Poey, no type
Struik Publishers. p. 47. ISBN 978-1-86825-704-1. Cistus purpureus by gardenia.net "Cistus ×purpureus". Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN). Agricultural
by the Byzantine Empire. Also known as Codex purpureus Rossanensis due to the reddish-purple (purpureus in Latin) appearance of its pages, the codex is
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