Hues of the RGB Spectrum

There are more than 7 hues in the technical RGB spectrum. Can you name them all? Some are fruits, some are flowers, some are unique.
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Last updated: April 18, 2014
First submittedApril 18, 2014
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Hue
Answer
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Red
7.5
Scarlet
15
Vermillion
22.5
Tangelo
30
Orange
37.5
Gamboge
45
Amber
52.5
Gold
60
Yellow
67.5
Apple green
75
Lime
82.5
Spring bud
90
Chartreuse
97.5
Pistachio
105
Harlequin
112.5
Sap green
120
Green
127.5
Emerald
135
Malachite
142.5
Sea green
150
Spring green
157.5
Aquamarine
165
Turquoise
172.5
Opal
Hue
Answer
180
Cyan
187.5
Arctic blue
195
Cerulean
202.5
Cornflower
210
Azure
217.5
Cobalt
225
Sapphire
232.5
Phthalo
240
Blue
247.5
Persian blue
255
Indigo
262.5
Blue violet
270
Violet
277.5
Purple
285
Mulberry
292.5
Heliotrope
300
Magenta
307.5
Orchid
315
Fuschia
322.5
Cerise
330
Rose
337.5
Raspberry
345
Crimson
352.5
Amaranth
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Feb 19, 2020
Do you have a source for this information? I suppose I misunderstood the instructions, because magenta, for example, appears nowhere on the electromagnetic spectrum, it is only produced by mixing different wavelengths. The same applies to most of these answers, but some, like lime, for example, can represent a single wavelength of light.