noun, plural cu·li·ces [kyoo-luh-seez]. /ˈkyu ləˌsiz/.
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Origin of culex
OTHER WORDS FROM culexcu·li·cine [kyoo-luh-sahyn, -sin], /ˈkyu ləˌsaɪn, -sɪn/, adjective
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How to use culex in a sentence
This appears by the Culex, which is as long as five of his Pastorals put together.
Culex annulatus is a little larger, and is said to produce a greater amount of irritation by its bite.
Who is able to define the distinctions between the life-conditions of the larv of twenty different species of Culex or of Tipula?Studies in the Theory of Descent (Volumes 1 and 2)|August Weismann
Dunn and Emlen did not compare culex with staufferi but did compare it with boulengeri and rubra.
I consider culex to be inseparable from staufferi, whereas altae is recognizable as a Panamanian subspecies of staufferi.