Slate Gray 🎨 RGB Color Code: #708090
The hexadecimal RGB code of Slate Gray color is #708090. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 70 red (112/256), a 80 green (128/256) and a 90 blue component (144/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(112,128,144). Closest WebSafe color: Cadet blue (#669999)
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Slate gray is a gray color with a slight azure tinge that is a representation of the average color of the material slate. As a tertiary color, slate is
Davy's gray is a dark gray color, made from powdered slate, iron oxide and carbon black named for Henry Davy. The first recorded use of Davy’s gray as a
and shades. 0°/41% 0% Dim Gray, 59% Brown 120°/50% 61% Lime Green, 100% Green / Lime 180°/25% 25% Dark Slate Gray, 100% Teal 240°/27% 64%
cismontanus; possibly a slate-colored dark-eyed junco x Oregon dark-eyed junco hybrid) These two or three subspecies have dark slate-gray heads, breasts and
The Slate, or Blue Slate, is a breed of domestic turkey known for the slate gray color of its plumage. Lighter birds are sometimes called Lavender turkeys
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Le Puy green lentil is a small, mottled, slate-gray/green lentil of the Lens esculenta puyensis (or L. culinaris puyensis) variety. In the US, this type
The gray whale (Eschrichtius robustus), also known as the grey whale, gray back whale, Pacific gray whale, Korean gray whale, or California gray whale
was not described as a separate species until 2005. It has a slate blue to a slate gray color. Although found in much of the riverine and marine zones
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