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The long-toed lapwing (Vanellus crassirostris) uses its long toes to walk on floating vegetation and mud for mostly aquatic insects such as dragonfly nymphs, beetles and ants, small snails and occasionally seeds. A large plover, it makes its nest on shallow scrapes in the mud along the water's edge, in shallow depressions in short grasses or on floating vegetation. It typically occurs in small flocks of 10 - 40 individuals but up to 100 of them may congregate in favoured feeding areas such as on flooded grasslands or in other wetland areas.
Long toed lapwing