[ mjˈuːtɪnəs], [ mjˈuːtɪnəs], [ m_j_ˈuː_t_ɪ_n_ə_s]
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How to use "Mutinus" in context?
Mutinus is a genus of mites in the family Mutilidae.
Mutinus species are small, reddish, mites that are less than 2 mm in longest dimension. They are typically found on the skin of mammals and birds, but have also been found on plants.
The genus was first described in 1876 by American physician and arachnologist Clinton Hart Merriam. Mutinus species areidespread in the Americas, Africa, and Eurasia.
Homophones for Mutinus:
- meat-eating, maddening, matins, mounting, monatomic, myotonic, meeting house, muddiness, medium-size, mountain oak, mediateness, mandamus, monotonic, metonymic, mating, madness, Mount Adams, mountainous, muntingia, mountain ash, mundaneness, meadow mouse, mutinous, momentaneous, meeting, monotonous, moodiness, meetinghouse, monoatomic, muteness, minuteness, maintenance, matting, Montan Wax, mending.
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Hyponym for Mutinus:
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