Light Brown

  • (noun): A brown that light but unsaturated.

Some articles on brown, light brown, light:

Catalpa Bignonioides - Description
15–18 metres (49–59 ft) tall, with a trunk up to 1 metre (3 ft 3 in) diameter, with brown to gray bark, maturing into hard plates or ridges ... The pod contains numerous flat light brown seeds with two papery wings ... Bark Light brown tinged with red ...
Pinus Patula - Description
... The Bark on young trees is thin, scaly, red-brown, with age becoming thick, dark grey-brown, rough and scaly with large elongated plates and deep longitudinal fissures ... the leaf fascicles have fallen, yellow- to red-brown, foliage shoots with prominent, decurrent pulvini ... scarious, with erose-ciliate margins, brown, early deciduous ...
Acrochordonichthys - Description - Species Groups
... Most have a light-brown saddle extending for the length of the adipose fin and some have spots on the side of the body in place of the saddle ... variation in colouration is restricted to the dorsal surface of the head, which ranges from light to chocolate brown ... a series of longitudinal chocolate brown patches arranged to form a faintly reticulate pattern is present in all specimens observed ...
Varieties of Brown Hair
... Brown hair comes in a wide variety of shades from the very darkest of brown (almost black) to light brown showing small signs of blondism ... Shades of brown hair include deepest brunette the darkest brown, which can be a very dark chestnut sometimes appears to be off black at a distance ... dark brown milk chocolate brown chestnut brown medium brunette to dark brown with dark auburn tones ...
Breitensteinia - Description
... between the eyes, and evenly scattered brown spots on the dorsal and pectoral fins, while B ... has smaller eyes, less distance between the eyes, and the brown spots on dorsal and pectoral fins concentrated in a dark band near the edges ... The dorsal surface of the head is brown, with dark-brown spots scattered randomly throughout ...

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