How to Pronounce chalcostigma?

Correct pronunciation for the word "chalcostigma" is [t͡ʃˈalkəstˌɪɡmə], [t‍ʃˈalkəstˌɪɡmə], [tʃ_ˈa_l_k_ə_s_t_ˌɪ_ɡ_m_ə].

What are the misspellings for chalcostigma?

  • xhalcostigma,
  • vhalcostigma,
  • fhalcostigma,
  • dhalcostigma,
  • cgalcostigma,
  • cbalcostigma,
  • cnalcostigma,
  • cjalcostigma,
  • cualcostigma,
  • cyalcostigma,
  • chzlcostigma,
  • chslcostigma,
  • chalcostyigma,
  • chaclostigma,
  • chalkostigma,
  • chalcostygma,
  • chalcosticma,
  • Chalcostigama,
  • Chalcostigima,
  • Chalcostigimma

"Chalcostigma" in context

Chalcostigma is a genus of hummingbirds which is composed of 12 species in the family Trochilidae. This characteristic group of birds is found in the high altitude Andean and other regions of South America. They are distinguished by their distinctively shaped long and forked tails, which are often used in courtship and territorial displays during breeding season. The appearance of these birds can also be identified by their brightly-colored plumage in shades of red, yellow, blue and green. Their diet consists of nectar from flowers and small insects, which they feed on using their long beaks and tongues.

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