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== Comportamento e ecoloxía ==
 
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Cazan utilizando a vista en lugar de sentir a presenza das presas cos peteiros como fan os limícolas de peteiros lngos como os [[escolopácidos]]. Os alimentos que comen son invertebrados acuáticos e terrestres como insectos, vermes, [[moluscos]] e [[crustáceos]] dependendo do hábitat, captúranos normalmente usando unha técnica de correr e parar, en vez de permanecer quedos sondando como fan outros grupos limícolas. Tamén comen materia vexetal.
They hunt by sight, rather than by feel as longer-billed waders like [[snipe]] do. Foods eaten include aquatic and terrestrial invertebrates such as insects, worms, [[molluscs]] and [[crustaceans]] depending on habitat, and are usually obtained by a run-and-pause technique, rather than the steady probing of some other wader groups. They also feed on plant material.
 
=== Reprodución ===
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Vast majority of [[Charadriinae|Charadriidae]] have a socially monogamous mating system. Some, such as [[Northern lapwing]]s, are [[polygyny]]ous, others, such as [[mountain plover]]s have a rapid multiple-clutch system that can be accompanied by sequential polyandry. In [[Eurasian dotterel]]s, females compete for males and males provide all [[parental care]].<ref name=":0">{{Cite book|title=[[Handbook of the Birds of the World]]. Volume 3, Hoatzin to Auks|last=Piersma|first=Theunis|publisher=Lynx Edicions|year=1996|isbn=84-87334-20-2|editor-last=del Hoyo|editor-first=Joseph|location=Barcelona|pages=400–401|chapter=Family Charadriidae (Plovers)|quote=|editor-last2=Elliott|editor-first2=Andrew|editor-last3=Sargatal|editor-first3=Jordi|via=}}</ref> While breeding, they defend their territories with highly visible aerial displays.<ref name="EoB" />
 
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