Splashed White 🎨 RGB Color Code: #FEFDFF
The hexadecimal RGB code of Splashed White color is #FEFDFF. This code is composed of a hexadecimal FE red (254/256), a FD green (253/256) and a FF blue component (255/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(254,253,255). Closest WebSafe color: White (#FFFFFF)
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India. The splashed white pattern is also associated with congenital deafness, though most splashed whites have normal hearing. Splashed white can be caused
dominant white (W) alleles on the KIT gene. Less often, some horses with splashed white genetics have also been described as sabino. Some genes appear to be
another N/O horse. Splashed white: A less-common type of nontobiano pinto pattern, splashed white coats have horizontally oriented white markings with crisp
A splash or splashed white overo pattern appears like a solid-colored horse who has been dipped in white paint, and the color splashed up from the bottom
overo, splashed white and sabino. In the United Kingdom, tobianos are frequently referred to as "coloured" or as "pied": piebald if black and white, skewbald
Davis Splashed White". "Center for Animal Genetics Macchiato". Hauswirth; Haase; Blatter (2012). "Mutations in MITF and PAX3 Cause "Splashed White" and
lower legs are normally dark. Variations include "frame overo" and "splashed white". Sometimes Sabino (below) is also classified in the overo family. Sabino:
kittens are born white, since the womb is uniformly warm. As the kitten ages, the cooler areas darken while warmer areas remain cream to white in color. Points
Overo Splashed white Frame Sabino Tobiano Tovero Base color variations (primarily UK English) Piebald Skewbald Tricoloured
Markings on horses are usually distinctive white areas on an otherwise dark base coat color. Most horses have some markings, and they help to identify
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