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Sexes are similar; females are larger
Two subspecies are recognized:
River valleys, mountain bogs, marshes and swamps.
Its nest is saucer-shaped and made of dry grass, hidden in a dense tuft of grass or sedges.
It forages by pushing its long bill deep into the mud seeking invertebrates, such as insects and worms, seeds and plants.
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