What is another word for monochamus?
[ mˈɒnə͡ʊt͡ʃˌaməs], [ mˈɒnəʊtʃˌaməs], [ m_ˈɒ_n_əʊ_tʃ_ˌa_m_ə_s]
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Synonyms for Monochamus:
n.• Genus Monochamus (noun)
How to use "Monochamus" in context?
Monochamus is a solitary bee that lives exclusively in the deserts of eastern North America. The bee has a drab coloration and is about the size of a bumblebee. It is the sole species of its genus and the only bee in North America that exclusively lives in the desert.
Until recently, scientists believed that monochamus was a subspecies of the bumblebee, Bombus impatiens. However, in 2008, a study published in the journal Systematic Entomology revealed that monochamus is, in fact, a separate species.
Homophones for Monochamus:
- Mexican Onyx, manginess, mincing, manganese, mansion house, make noise, misogynic, messiness, mischance, monosemous, maximize, mackenzie, mickey mouse, mechanic, missing, maconnais, machine-wash, messaging, masking, machine wash, Mishnaic, micmac, meekness, mechanise, monogynic, moss genus, menacing, mahjong, mismanage, miniconju, mushiness, moneymaking, make sense, mocking, masonic, monogamous, mixing, mechanics, monogenesis, maximise, making, Muskiness, minginess, meshing, mawkishness, mucinous, mussiness, magnesia, mugging, mugginess, makomako, monogenic, magnanimous, musing, mekong, messianic, mesonic, mah-jongg, muchness, monogynous, mechanize, misogynous, muggins, mishmash, miasmic.
Holonyms for Monochamus:
Family Cerambycidae, cerambycidae.
Hyponym for Monochamus:
Meronym for Monochamus:
sawyer, sawyer beetle, pine sawyer.
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