[ sˈa͡ɪəɹənˌɪdiː], [ sˈaɪəɹənˌɪdiː], [ s_ˈaɪ_ə_ɹ_ə_n_ˌɪ_d_iː]
How to use "Sciaenidae" in context?
The sciaenidae are a family of fishes that includes the spearfishes and their relatives. These fishes have both a Bones of the head with rod-like processes and an assemblage of cartilaginous rays that forms a fleshy lobe on either side of their heads. As a result, they are usually distinguished from other fishes by their heads, which give them their common name.
Holonyms for Sciaenidae:
Hyponym for Sciaenidae:
Meronym for Sciaenidae:
sciaenid fish, genyonemus, Genus Bairdiella, umbrina, sciaenid, Genus Umbrina, sciaena, Genus Seriphus, Genus Cynoscion, micropogonias, menticirrhus, Genus Micropogonias, equetus, seriphus, bairdiella, Genus Menticirrhus, Genus Genyonemus, cynoscion, sciaenops, Genus Equetus, Genus Sciaenops, Genus Sciaena.
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