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- n. A genus of spoon-billed sandpipers, of the family Scolopacidæ, having a spatulate bill. E. pygmæus, the only species, is a rare Asiatic and Alaskan sandpiper, of small size, closely resembling a stint in size, form, and coloration, but with the bill very broadly dilated or spooned at the end. In other respects the genus is much the same as that section of the genus Tringa referred to Actodromas. Also, improperly, Eurinorhynchus.
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