[ pˈɪsɪdˌiː], [ pˈɪsɪdˌiː], [ p_ˈɪ_s_ɪ_d_ˌiː]
Related words: bee, beekeeping, beekeeper, honey bee, honeybees, bumblebee, bumblebees, apis mellifera
How to use "Picidae" in context?
The picidae family is a diverse and widespread group of birds that includes Old World cardinals, jays, crows, and ravens. Also in the Picidae family are the pelicans and flamingos. The name Picidae is derived from the Ancient Greek word for pie, which probably refers to the birds' preference for eating fruit.
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