|Red-necked crake, Rallina tricolor|
G.R. Gray, 1846
Tomirdus Mathews, 1912
Rallina is a genus of bird in the rail family, Rallidae. It contains eight species found in forest and marshland in Asia and Australasia. They are 18–34 cm long and mainly chestnut or brown, often with black and white markings.
It contains the following species:
- Chestnut forest rail, Rallina rubra
- White-striped forest rail, Rallina leucospila
- Forbes's forest rail, Rallina forbesi
- Mayr's forest rail, Rallina mayri
- Red-necked crake, Rallina tricolor
- Andaman crake, Rallina canningi
- Red-legged crake, Rallina fasciata
- Slaty-legged crake, Rallina eurizonoides
- Great Nicobar crake, Rallina sp. (proposed) 
The four forest-rails are sometimes split as a separate genus, Rallicula.
- Taylor, Barry & Ber van Perlo (1998). Rails: A Guide to the Rails, Crakes, Gallinules and Coots of the World. Sussex: Pica Press.
- "An apparently new species of Rallina crake from Great Nicobar Island, India" (PDF). Birding Asia. 17. 2012.
- Birds of South Asia. The Ripley Guide.
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