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brown and hatching
The clutch is 3 – 5 glossy whitish eggs, averaging in size, which are tinged with buff, cream or light-green and marked with small brown blotches ; they are incubated by the female for 14 – 21 days before hatching.
When first laid, the eggs are white or cream-colored and oval-shaped, but right before hatching they become kidney-shaped and brown.
The skin of young birds darkens form pink to purplish brown within two days of hatching.
A clutch consists of 2-8 eggs, which retain a cinnamon color for most of the gestational period, but develop brown spots just prior to hatching.
The eggs gradually grow darker in color, and just prior to hatching ( ranging from three days at 28 ° C to a week at 20 ° C ) they turn dark brown.
Eggs are initially whitish in color and change to a brown color towards the time of hatching within 5 to 7 days.

brown and shadows
: And shadows brown that Sylvan loves

brown and much
Set the apples in the pastry-lined tin, spread over them three tablespoonfuls of softened butter, with as much brown sugar, a sprinkling of nutmeg, and a fresh bay leaf, then lay on a cover of pastry, and gild it with beaten yolk of egg.
The brown bear ( Ursus arctos ) is a large bear distributed across much of northern Eurasia and North America.
An adult grizzly living inland in Yukon may weigh as little as, while an adult brown bear in nearby coastal Alaska living on a steady, nutritious diet of spawning salmon may weigh as much as.
It is thought brown bears were unable to migrate south until the extinction of the much larger Arctodus simus.
Now brewers were able to accurately measure the yield of the malt they used, and it was noticed that brown malt, though cheaper than pale malt, only produced about two thirds as much fermentable material.
His early juveniles were very much ahead of their time both in their explicit rejection of racism and in their inclusion of non-white protagonists — in the context of science fiction before the 1960s, the mere existence of non-white characters was a remarkable novelty, with green occurring more often than brown.
Light skinned people with blue eyes have relatively low melanin in the fundus and thus show a much stronger red-eye effect than dark skinned people with brown eyes.
Venison and the flesh of rabbit, turtle, tortoise, monitor lizard, wild boar and the common brown monkey are consumed with much relish.
* The brown bear ( Ursus arctos ) is a large bear distributed across much of northern Eurasia and North America.
Primarily because of latent high moisture content of brown coal, carbon dioxide emissions from traditional brown-coal-fired plants are generally much higher than for comparable black-coal plants, with the world's highest-emitting being Hazelwood Power Station, Victoria.
In other applications, especially some storage bottles, darkened brown or amber ( actinic ) glass is used to keep out much of the UV and IR radiation so that the effect of light on the contents is minimized.
The shape of these fishes is usually oblong, compressed, neither very deep nor much elongated, their scales are generally harsh and rough to the feel, or ciliate, and their colors are brilliant ( red, brown, orange and yellow are the most predominant tints ).
After these prehistoric Ursids went extinct during the last glacial period 10, 000 years ago, black bears were probably the only bear present in much of North America until the arrival of brown bears to the rest of the continent.
Fast cooking gives more variety of flavor, because the outside is brown while the center is much less done.
Astronomers have made great efforts to find and analyse brown dwarfs in the Pleiades and other young clusters, because they are still relatively bright and observable, while brown dwarfs in older clusters have faded and are much more difficult to study.
Radagast lived for much of his time in Middle-earth at Rhosgobel in the Vales of Anduin, on the western eaves of Mirkwood, between Carrock and the Old Forest Road, near the Gladden Fields, its name deriving from Sindarin rhosc gobel meaning " brown village ".
As a result, much of the basin floor is made of tholeiitic basalts giving its brown colour.
Viewed from satellite photos, the cloud appears as a giant brown stain hanging in the air over much of South Asia and the Indian Ocean every year between January and March, possibly also during earlier and later months.
The racial characteristics of the people of Earthsea are for the most part " red-brown " in coloring, like Native Americans ; in the South and East Reach and on Way, they are much darker brown, but with straight black hair ; in Osskil, they have a more central or eastern European look, though still with dark skin, and the Kargs resemble predominantly blond northern Europeans.
Usually rather large " warblers ", most are olivaceous brown above with much yellow to beige below.
The eggs, small for the size of the bird, number from five to eight, and as many as ten are recorded ; they show much variation in ground and marking, but a usual type is blue-green with close specks and spots of brown and grey.
The female ( hen ) is much less showy, with a duller mottled brown plumage all over and measuring 50 – 63 cm ( 20 – 25 in ) long including a tail of around 20 cm ( 8 in ).
Those who progress to brown and black belt level develop a much more fluid style that incorporates grappling and some aikido-like techniques, which can be found in the black belt katas.

brown and background
alt = A background of dark, ancient ruins, a pillar to the left, a man in white standing on the pillar, a pillar in the middle on which a scarlet jewel sits, an outcropping on the right on which three characters stand, including Magil in dark blue clothes, Serge in blue clothes, and Kid in green and brown clothes, "' So, Vera.
Fire agate shows iridescent phenomena on a brown background ; iris agate shows exceptional iridescence when light ( especially pinpointed light ) is shone through the stone.
In the wet-season, these brown butterflies cannot as easily rely on cryptic coloration for protection because the background vegetation is green.
The colours of thread used were the traditional ones of red, blue, green or gold for the background, and black or brown for the outlines.
Selden blends into the brown background of the portrait, however ; his face is visible.
They are hardy animals, tolerant to a wide range of water conditions, breeding easily in captivity, compatible with most other freshwater fish, though typically mottled brown in colour, other species are more exotic-spots of bright yellow on a dark background being a common patternation, albino variants are also common.
It is the darkest subspecies, with a dark brown back, greyish rump, pale buff background colour to the underparts and grey-tinged flanks.
It has brown upperparts which are warmer in tone than those of the nominate form, an olive-tinged rump and rich yellow background colour to the underparts.
", peck his name on either a brown or gray wood background, and flip and flop around the screen, singing and laughing.
They were classified in groups: the single-hued tulips of red, yellow, or white were known as Couleren ; the multicolored Rosen ( white streaks on a red or pink streaks background ), Violetten ( white streaks on a purple or lilac background ), and the rarest of all, the Bizarden ( Bizarres ), ( yellow or white streaks on a red, brown or purple background.
Similar snakes include: stonewashed-copper or light brown saddle marks ; charcoal ( aka muted anerythristic, Pine Island anerythristic ); type B anerythristic, very low contrast with shades of gray on white and black background.
The " classic " Hardee's logo, usually depicted in orange on a blue or brown background.
Juveniles are strongly patterned with brown blotches on a gray background ( like miniature fox snakes ).
The scene is represented by a greenish-orange background with six brown strips of tape for the deer on one side, and one strip of red tape on the opposite side for the hunter.
Towards the south of its range, the arctic hare changes its coat colour, moulting and growing new fur, from brown or grey in the summer to white in the winter, like some other arctic animals including ermine and ptarmigan, enabling it to remain camouflaged as the background changes.
With such a background, their use mimics that of Oxfords, so they are worn in brown with broguing as a country shoe, or in plainer, black styles with suits.
If the symbolic aircraft dot is below the horizon line ( brown background ) the aircraft is nose down.
Its symbol is a green tree on a yellow background, and its soldiers wear a brown beret.
In other plumages this is an undistinguished looking species, heavily streaked brown above, with whitish mantle stripes, and with black markings on a white background below.
The museum is located along the route of the Tournament of Roses's Rose Parade, where its distinctive, brown tile-exterior can be seen in the background on television.
This type of batik has earthy color tones such as black, indigo ( tarum ), brown, and dark yellow ( sogan ), sometimes against a white background.
The majolica glazed eggs had a brown, green or yellow background, and showed interwoven yellow and green stripes.

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