[ fˈamɪli pˈanɔːpˌɪdiː], [ fˈamɪli pˈanɔːpˌɪdiː], [ f_ˈa_m_ɪ_l_i p_ˈa_n_ɔː_p_ˌɪ_d_iː]
How to use "Family panorpidae" in context?
Family Panorpidae contains about 45 taxa including moths, cobwebs, and owls. The family's diversity is reflected in its many habitats, from deserts to rainforests. The moths of family Panorpidae typically have small wings, often with stripes or annulations, and short antennae. The males typically have brightly coloured wings and are often attracted to light. The larvae feed on living plant tissue, and often occupy unique animal or plant host species. Some of the most commonly encountered species are the Hawaiian bobtail moth, the tiger swallowtail, and the Carolina Sphinx.
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