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Re: Comparative color vision

Betty Cunningham wrote:

>dads choosing a shirt to go with a pair of pants are usually only
receptive to about 50 'colors'-and more by association with objects in
the "class of objects known to be of a particular color group" than by
any real time identification-they can identify Mikita Blue, and Tonka
Truck Yellow with ease, for example<

I'd be interested the references you have that led you to this conclusion.