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  • Their coloration can range from golden to gray to green on the back.
  • Males can also develop bright-blue coloration for a few days during the season.
  • Their coloration ranges from light brown to dark on upper parts including the head.
  • In some individuals the dark coloration can appear almost black.
  • Its coloration changes gradually from golden brown at the head to black at the tail.
  • They are difficult to spot due to their green coloration.
  • The young are dark in color until they begin taking on the adult coloration at the age of five months.
  • Its coloration varies from white, light-blue, green-blue to deep blue.
  • The same red coloration on found on its legs and feet.
  • Coloration can range from yellow, to grey, to brown, and even black.
  • Coloration can also vary within one species, making it difficult to differentiate between them.
  • Due to similar appearance and coloration, they are mistaken as the same animal.
  • All three species are fairly similar in size, coloration, and life cycle.
  • The coloration may vary from one individual to another and within the same individual, depending on age.
  • White coloration is occasionally found in the breed, though white in horses is very rare.
  • The coloration was brown on top and white below, and the skin itself was smooth.
  • As with all other birds, all red and orange colorations are acquired through their diet.
  • Many are colored black or dark brown, but other colorations are normal.
  • They are also known as golden pottos because of their yellow or golden coloration.
  • They have no petals, the red color being part of the young leaves' coloration.
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Words starting with coloration

Meaning of coloration

  • noun Appearance with regard to color
    her healthy coloration
  • noun Choice and use of colors (as by an artist)