[ mˈante͡ɪdˌiː], [ mˈanteɪdˌiː], [ m_ˈa_n_t_eɪ_d_ˌiː]
How to use "Manteidae" in context?
The mantidae family of fish is one of the most diverse and widespread families of freshwater fish in the world. The mantidae family contains over 500 recognized species, making it one of the largest families of freshwater fishes. The mantidae family is highly diverse in terms of body shape and size, and contains both tropical and temperate species. Some of the more well-known genera within the mantidae family include the cichlidae, garibiidae, and tilapia.
Mantidae fish are typically small, straightforward fish that can be found in a variety of environments around the world.
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