[ mˈɛnɪˌanθe͡ɪsˌiː], [ mˈɛnɪˌanθeɪsˌiː], [ m_ˈɛ_n_ɪ__ˌa_n_θ_eɪ_s_ˌiː]
How to use "Menyanthaceae" in context?
The menyanthaceae are a small family of flowering plants, comprising six genera and thirteen species. They are endemic to the Western Ghats of India and Sri Lanka. The family is small, but diverse in terms of the types of flowers it produces. The plants grow in wet and montane habitats, at elevations between 600 and 1,200 meters. They are commonly called "heath plants".
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