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The genus Equus originated in the Pliocene Epoch of North America, and its arrival in South America is likely related to the… Expand The dispersal of Equus into South America during the Great American Biotic Interchange (GABI) represented a major event for… Expand We studied the Persian onager (Equus hemionus onager), an endangered equid subspecies. The objective was to characterize… Expand The noncoding region between tRNAPro and the large conserved sequence block is the most variable region in the mammalian… Expand Evidence is given for the presence of at least three species of Equus at Nalaikha, Mongolia. The smallest, E. nalaikhaensis… Expand Abstract The late Pleistocene deposits of Equus Cave, northern Cape Province, South Africa, have provided more than 30,000… Expand Bennett, D. K. (Department of Systematics and Ecology, The University of Kansas and Museum of Natural History, Lawrence, Kansas… Expand A new species of Equus is described in this paper. The fossils were collected from Locality 21 of Zhoukoudian in 1951—1952. The… Expand