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- Charadrius peronii
Male resembles breeding male Kentish Plover but upperparts and wing-coverts with prominent pale fringes (appear scaly or mottled) and black lateral breast-patches extend in complete band below white nuchal collar. Female looks similar to male but lateral breast-band is rufous-orange and lack black crown-patch. Juvenile appears duller than female.
Found throughout Southeast Asia except Java.
A monotypic species.
Most frequently found on sandy or coral beaches, occasionally on mudflats.
Similar to Kentish Plover, usually found in pairs or family groups at suitable often traditional sites.