[ nˈɪmfɐlˌɪdiː], [ nˈɪmfɐlˌɪdiː], [ n_ˈɪ_m_f_ɐ_l_ˌɪ_d_iː]
How to use "Nymphalidae" in context?
The nymphalidae are a family of butterflies that includes the moths. They are found all over the world, but are especially common in warm, temperate areas. The family includes more than 5,000 species of butterflies.
The butterflies in the nymphalidae family are distinguished from other butterflies by their distinctive wing shape. The wings are divided into two parts, the lower part of the wing being narrow and the upper part being broader. This helps the butterfly to fly more easily and decisively.
Most of the members of the nymphalidae family are brightly coloured and fly in close formation.
Holonyms for Nymphalidae:
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