A Spin on Sex Roles: Wilson's Phalarope
"Fieldnotes," August 25th & 26th, 2013: "Wilson's Phalarope," by Nicole Schegg. http://www.montananaturalist.org/
"Wilson's Phalaropes are the exception to the rule in the bird rule, because the typical sex roles are reversed. These birds are polyandrous, which means that the female mates with several males. The females are more boldly patterned than the males. The females chase the males, display courting behavior, and the male is responsible for incubating the eggs."