[ mˈɜːd͡ʒɪnˌiː], [ mˈɜːdʒɪnˌiː], [ m_ˈɜː_dʒ_ɪ_n_ˌiː]
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How to use "Merginae" in context?
The merginae are a subfamily of moths in the family Geometridae.
Merginae are noted for their distinctively patterned wings that can be broadly divided into three groups based on their range of colours:
-Cassinae are found in the temperate northern hemisphere and throughout the lower troposphere. Their wings are uniformly light brown or tan and have delicate spotting or dabbing along the length of the wings.
-Megalepsychae are found in the tropical and subtropical southern hemisphere.
Homophones for Merginae:
- marxism, marciano, morgen, march on, Mary Jane, morrigan, marksman, Mammea Americana, maraschino, margin, mannerism, monarchism, monorchism, marocain, marijuana, Meyer Guggenheim, meerschaum, myrsine, moorgame, morrison, moroccan, marsh hen, morgan, marconi.
Holonyms for Merginae:
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