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Equidae

a family of mammals, members of which have a single functional digit although the second and third digits persist as splint bones. Includes horses, wild horses, asses (donkeys) and zebras. Quaggas were a member of the family but are now extinct.
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caballus, asinus y mulus comunes se observo lo habitual de los cariogramas 64XY para el caballo y 64XX para la yegua; 62XY para el burro y 62XX para la burra; y el comun del ganado mular 63XY para el macho y 63XX para la mula, estos ultimos infertiles; con sus correspondientes caracteristicas morfologicas cromosomicas de cada especie (Zong et al.
CO CM CARNIVORA Canidae Canis lupus familiaris (Linnaeus, 1758) Perro domestico CI CO Felidae Felis catus Linnaeus, 1758 Gato domestico CI CO PERISSODACTYLA Equidae Equus asinus Linnaeus, 1758 Asno, burro CM Equus caballus Linnaeus, 1758 Caballo, yegua CI CM CETARTIODACTYLA Bovidae Bos taurus Linnaeus, 1758 Vaca, toro CI CM CO Bubalus bubalis (Linnaeus, 1758) Bufalo de agua CM CO Capra hircus Linnaeus, 1758 Cabra CI CM CO Ovis aries Linnaeus, 1758 Oveja CM CO Camelidae Lamaglamaglama (Linnaeus, 1758) Llama CM CO Hippopotamidae Hippopotamus amphibius Linnaeus, 1758 Hipopotamo CO SA Suidae Sus scrofa Linnaeus, 1758 Cerdo CI CM CO
Mae asyn yn ddisgynnydd i'r asyn gwyllt o Affrica, ac mae hyn yn cael ei adlewyrchu yn ei enw gwyddonol - Equus africanus asinus.
Equus asinus is the scientific name for today's true horse.
Tambien se tuvieron en cuenta 792 muestras de equinos sin importar la edad ni la especie (Equs caballus domesticus, Equs asinus y los cruces entre ambos).
asinus in the state is provided along with a discussion of possible ecological implications of its presence.
It is an open question whether we should assume such syncategorematic concepts, as this English construction suggests, or we should rather assume simple connotative concepts corresponding to the genitive form of a noun, as the Latin construction asinus hominis would suggest.
Ovis canadensis nelsoni (desert bighorn sheep) and Equus asinus (burro) are active during the day (Eifert and Eifert 2000).
Adventavis asinus, pulcher et fortissimus: these words may have been intended as a general statement about fiction.
Doody translates from Asinus Aureus this description: "certainly bold enough, who with his bad manners and contempt for all public discipline, armed with his flames and arrows, runs about at night through other people's houses, breaking up everybody's marriages, who commits so many shameful acts with impunity" (362).