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Equus (subgenus)

Known as: Equus, Equus subg. Equus 
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2017
2017
The genus Equus originated in the Pliocene Epoch of North America, and its arrival in South America is likely related to the… Expand
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2013
2013
The dispersal of Equus into South America during the Great American Biotic Interchange (GABI) represented a major event for… Expand
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Highly Cited
2004
Highly Cited
2004
The noncoding region between tRNAPro and the large conserved sequence block is the most variable region in the mammalian… Expand
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2004
2004
Evidence is given for the presence of at least three species of Equus at Nalaikha, Mongolia. The smallest, E. nalaikhaensis… Expand
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Highly Cited
1989
Highly Cited
1989
Abstract The late Pleistocene deposits of Equus Cave, northern Cape Province, South Africa, have provided more than 30,000… Expand
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Review
1980
Review
1980
Bennett, D. K. (Department of Systematics and Ecology, The University of Kansas and Museum of Natural History, Lawrence, Kansas… Expand
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1963
1963
  • H. Liu
  • 1963
  • Corpus ID: 131023719
A new species of Equus is described in this paper. The fossils were collected from Locality 21 of Zhoukoudian in 1951—1952. The… Expand