How to Pronounce poephila?

Correct pronunciation for the word "poephila" is [pə͡ʊfˈɪlə], [pə‍ʊfˈɪlə], [p_əʊ_f_ˈɪ_l_ə].

What are the misspellings for poephila?

  • ooephila,
  • loephila,
  • -oephila,
  • 0oephila,
  • piephila,
  • pkephila,
  • poephils,
  • poephilka,
  • poephilza,
  • poephilsa,
  • poephilas,
  • poephilqa,
  • poepila,
  • poephyla,
  • poephilc,
  • pfoehila,
  • poefila,
  • pfoephila,
  • poephela,
  • poephillia

"Poephila" in context

Poephila is a genus of passerine birds found primarily in Indonesia, Timor-Leste, and Papua New Guinea. They are traditionally categorized as bowerbirds and found in low-lying tropical forests and grasslands. There are 8 species of poephila, most of which have striking colors and vibrant plumage. The males are usually the most colorful and use their colors to attract mates. The most common poephila species is the superb bird of paradise, which is found in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea.

Poephila have complex behavior interactions and communication techniques, which often include elaborate structured courtship displays in a lek system.

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