Long-toed Stint determination[order] Charadriiformes | [family] Scolopacidae | [latin] Calidris subminuta | [UK] Long-toed Stint | [FR] Bécasseau à longs doigts | [DE] Langzehen-Strandläufer | [ES] Correlimos Dedilargo | [IT] Gambecchio minore | [NL] Taigastrandloper


Literature

Title
First record of a long-toed stint (Calidris subminuta) in New Zealand
Author(s): SHEILA PETCH et al
Abstract: On 31 August 1997 Sheila Petch and Nick Allen were at Jarvis Road, Lake Ellesmere looking for shorebirds newly arrived from the Northern Hemisphere. While looking at a flock of recently arrived red-necked stints (Calidris ruflcollis) they noticed a b..[more]..
Source: Notornis, 2002, Vol. 49: 185-186
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Title
PARENTAL ROLES AND THE MATING SYSTEM OF THE LONG-TOED STINT CALIDRIS SUBMINUTA
Author(s): Pavel S. Tomkovich
Abstract: The mating system of the Long-toed Stint is poorly known. Observations of several broods in western Kamchatka in 1989 suggest a monogamous mating system in which incubation is shared, but with males caring for the brood after hatching..[more]..
Source: WSG Bull. 57: 42-43.
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Title
FIRST RECORD OF THE LONG-TOED STINT IN CALIFORNIA
Author(s): MICHAEL A. PATTEN
Abstract: On 29 August 1988 we, along with Douglas R. Willick and Kurt Radamaker, identified a juvenile Long-toed Stint (Calidris subminuta) at the sewage ponds in Salinas, Monterey County, California. At about 1230 PDT, Daniels noticed an unfamiliar small Cal..[more]..
Source: Western Birds 22:131-138, 1991
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