What is another word for Suborder Menurae?

Pronunciation: [sˈʌbɔːdə mˈɛnjuːɹˌiː] (IPA)

The Suborder Menurae belongs to the class Aves, under the order Passeriformes. Commonly known as the birds-of-paradise, this group of birds are closely related to the bowerbirds and are predominantly found in New Guinea and neighbouring islands. Synonyms for the Suborder Menurae include the term "bird-of-paradise" itself, given for their highly striking and extravagant plumes, as well as "paradise-bird" and "manucode". Additionally, within the group, there are several species with their own distinct names such as the Greater Bird-of-Paradise, Raggiana Bird-of-Paradise, and the Blue Bird-of-Paradise. Despite its various names, the Suborder Menurae remains an awe-inspiring group of birds known for their elaborate courtship rituals and stunning appearance.

Synonyms for Suborder menurae:

What are the hypernyms for Suborder menurae?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    Class Aves (birds), Order Passeriformes - Superfamily Sylvioidea, Order Passeriformes - sub order Passeri, order Passeriformes (perching birds).

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