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tattlers are the two very similar bird species in the shorebird
genus Tringa. They formerly had their own genus, Heteroscelus. The
old genus name means "different leg" in Greek, referring to the leg
scales that differentiate the tattlers from their close relatives,
the shanks. Tattlers resemble a Common Redshank (T. totanus) in
shape and size, but not in color. Their upper parts, underwings,
face and neck are greyish, and the belly and the weak supercilium
are white, with some greyish streaking on the underside in breeding
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