Equidae


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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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It maintained that the directive authorises a reduced VAT rate for live animals "normally" intended for use in the preparation of foodstuffs and for transactions related to equidae, particularly horses, for agricultural, forestry or fishery activities, to the extent that they constitute deliveries or services intended for use in agricultural production.
Num Num Taxon Tooth Locality SDSM 07887 AP N/A Equidae M2 V5314 SDSM 6748 N/A Neohipparion P3 V5314 SDSM 5330 N/A c.
Safety and efficacy of an attenuated Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis vaccine for use in Equidae.
The Horse Passports (England) Regulations 2004 which require all owners to obtain a passport for each horse they own including ponies, donkeys, and other equidae ( but excluding zebras ( come into effect from February 28.
Just as individual familial love is subordinated to a universal friendship and benevolence extended to the whole Houyhnhnm species, their behaviour would seem to deny any feeling whatsoever towards the wider family of the genus Equidae.
CANIDAE, FELIDAE and EQUIDAE are particularly abundant in metaphorical developments targeted at the conceptual category FEMALE HUMAN BEING where pejoration of meaning is an extremely frequent semantic mechanism.
It is the F1 end of the family equidae, but it is still a horse, with all the traits and instincts of the species.
Fossil horses: Systematics, paleobiology and evolution of the family Equidae.
Equine species are from the mammal family equidae, which includes the modern horse, zebras and donkeys.
son mamiferos herbivoros de gran tamano pertenecientes a la Familia Equidae y el Orden Perissodactyla (Bennett y Hoffmann, 1999).
Michael Ferris, Shillinghill Road, Mowhan, Armagh was convicted at Armagh Magistrates Court on 25 October 2016 of one charge of failing to dispose of equine carcasses, two charges of causing unnecessary suffering, one charge of failure to provide a wholesome diet, three charges of failing to comply with welfare improvement notices, one charge of failing to produce veterinary medicine records when required to do so, one charge of failing to identify equidae in accordance with regulations, one charge of failing to notify the deaths or movements of cattle off a holding.
Family Equidae Gray, 1821 Subfamily Equinae Steinmann and Doderlein, 1890 Genus Sivalhippus (Lydekker 1877) Sivalhippus nagriensis (Hussain, 1971) Synonymy Hipparion nagriensis Hussain, 1971 Hipparion theobaldi nagriensis Zhegallo, 1978 Cormohipparion cf.