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ⓘ Fawn, colour. Fawn is a light yellowish tan color. It is usually used in reference to clothing, soft furnishings and bedding, as well as to a dogs coat color. I ..




Fawn (colour)
                                     

ⓘ Fawn (colour)

Fawn is a light yellowish tan color. It is usually used in reference to clothing, soft furnishings and bedding, as well as to a dogs coat color. It occurs in varying shades, ranging between pale tan to pale fawn to dark deer-red. The first recorded use of fawn as a colour name in English was in 1789.

                                     

1. Fawn in dog breeds

The fawn coat color is found in many breeds, such as Boxers, Great Danes, and Pugs. Genetically, in most cases the color is due to the recessive a y gene at the Agouti locus. Some breeds, such as Chows and Doberman Pinschers use the term "fawn" to describe a red dog at the Eumelanin locus that carries a copy of the dilution gene; in Dobermans this color is more commonly called "Isabella".

                                     
  • grey - yellow, pale fawn pale cream - brown or parchment colour It is primarily found in animal coat colouring, particularly plumage colour in birds and, in
  • north - eastern India. The wingspan is 22 25 mm for females. The forewings are fawn colour but the costal edge is yellowish from the base to the middle. The lines
  • fawn colour the wings with submarginal blackish spots. These are paler and smaller on the underside, where the four wings are nearly alike in colour
  • rather beyond its middle, surrounded by the same paler fawn colour A faintly darker shade of tawny fawn grey crosses the wing, leaving the costa at two - thirds
  • rounded at the tips and the costa and exterior border mostly fawn colour There is a diffuse fawn - coloured discal patch. The exterior border is slightly convex
  • found in central and western China. Adults vary in ground colour from ashy - grey to fawn colour or dark chestnut. Beccaloni, G. Scoble, M. Kitching, I
  • to the dorsal margin, from the base to the tornus fawn colour There is an elongate blotch of fawn from the cell to the costa, in the basal half of the
  • accompanied by three deep black streaks. The marginal line is a pale fawn colour The hindwings are cupreous brown. Savela, Markku. Compsolechia seductella
  • Eubranchidae. Original description The colour of the slender body of the snail is pale buff speckled with fawn - colour Its head is rather large and truncated
  • found in Sri Lanka. Adults are whitish, the forewings speckled with fawn - colour and with the exterior border extremely oblique. Gelechia at funet List

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