Slimy Green 🎨 RGB Color Code: #299617
The hexadecimal RGB code of Slimy Green color is #299617. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 29 red (41/256), a 96 green (150/256) and a 17 blue component (23/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(41,150,23). Closest WebSafe color: Napier green (#339900)
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and may grow to several centimetres in length. It is often observed as green slimy patches on the ground near ponds and other water bodies having stagnant
tapers evenly to a pointed tip. The stalk is covered with a foul-smelling slimy green spore mass on the upper third of its length. Flies and other insects
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toothpaste or lengthwise like a concertina, and whips it to expel the slimy, green contents of the gut. The traditional method of preserving mopane worms
tone. Special effects artist Steve Johnson sculpted the gluttonous, slimy, green ghost then known as the "Onion Head ghost" on set due to the puppet's
Belushi. Special effects artist Steve Johnson sculpted the gluttonous, slimy, green ghost then known only as the "Onion Head ghost" on set due to the puppet's
colors using the additive method, combining the primary colors of red, green, and blue. Unless otherwise indicated, the hex colors were found in the
"Snot" travels with him, and can be used to stick and swing to other slimy green surfaces, or as a parachute, upon jumping. Other levels stray much farther
The northern slimy salamander (Plethodon glutinosus) is a species of terrestrial plethodontid salamander found throughout much of the eastern two-thirds
54% 58% 56% 80% Slate gray #708090 44% 50% 56% 210° 13% 50% 22% 56% Slimy green #299617 16% 59% 9% 111° 73% 34% 85% 59% Smitten #C84186 78% 25% 53% 329°
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