Nordmann's Greenshank Tringa guttifer Scientific name definitions
Version: 2.0 — Published February 19, 2021
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Financial support for the manuscript came from the Wildlife Conservation Society. Abby Powell, Jonathan Slaght, Katie Sieving, Mathieu Basille, Martin Robards, and Paul Rodewald contributed valuable comments and edits on the manuscript. McKinna Salinas illustrated the courtship display flight as well as the nest. Brooke Keeney diligently guided the authors through the Birds of the World revision process. The staff at the University of Florida Interlibrary Loan office helped immensely in finding many relevant historical and non-digitized articles, and we owe them a debt of gratitude. Dave Bakewell and Peter Pyle assisted in proofing and improving the Appearance section. Chenxing Yu and George Gale graciously supplied data on satellite-tagged Nordmann’s Greenshank. Nial Moores provided valuable insights on the current status of tidal flat reclamation and conservation throughout the Korean Peninsula. Translation of publications in German, Japanese, and Mandarin was generously provided by Andrea Winterfeldt, Philipp Jolitz, Noburu Nakamura, and Ke Zhang. Special thanks to the Japanese Ornithological Society, Yasuke Sawa, and Nobuhiro Hashimoto for contributing many valuable records of the species in Japan. Nigel Clark and Vladimir Masterov clarified records in China and Russia. Anson Tagtag helped elucidate the species’ distribution in the Philippines. David Li and the Malaysian Nature Society helped address records of the species in Malaysia.