What is another word for Family Indicatoridae?

Pronunciation: [fˈamɪli ˈɪndɪkˌatɔːɹˌɪdiː] (IPA)

The word "Family Indicatoridae" is a scientific term used to refer to a specific group of birds, commonly known as honeyguides. The term can be broken down into two parts: "Indicator" which refers to the bird's ability to locate bees' nests and "idae" which is a suffix used in taxonomy for family names. There are several synonyms used for the word "Family Indicatoridae" including the African honeyguides, honeysuckers, honey-birds, and indicator birds. These birds are known for their unique behavior of leading humans and other animals to beehives, using specific calls and gestures. Honeyguides are found in Africa and Asia and play an essential role in pollination and seed dispersal in their ecosystems.

Synonyms for Family indicatoridae:

What are the hypernyms for Family indicatoridae?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    Animalia (Animals), Aves (birds).

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