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equid

see equidae.
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In both the Khaur and Chinji areas this approach also was used to define the "Hipparion" appearance level, and the resulting data support the assertion that equids do not occur lower than this level (Barry et al.
We here used zoo-derived data to explore life-history trade-offs and reproductive patterns in four equid taxa.
It is important to note that equids may show a similar expression when in pain (Pritchett et al.
92, en: International Wild Equid Conference Book of Abstracts.
AWD Alliance CEO Rod Equid welcomes the Government's announcement with confidence.
This month, however, the striped African equid and the Swiss Republic are coming together at Jisr al-Wati's STATION.
In vitro assessment of the antiviral potential of transcinnamic acid, quercetin and morin against equid herpesvirus 1.
Former deputy director of science Rustam Habibrakhmanov, who provided further information on wild equid conservation in Altyn Emel NP; Zhanna Tulegenova, Association for the Conservation of Biodiversity of Kazakhstan (ACBK), for great company and interpreting in Altyn Emel NP in November 2011 and for English-Russian-English translation for the manuscript; Eva Klebelsberg and Orken Shaimukhanbetov, ACBK and Frankfurt Zoological Society (FZS), for logistical support and hospitality.
Chapter 3, "The Donkey in Near Eastern Archaeology," presents most of the evidence available for equid burials, focusing, whenever possible, on donkey remains.
However, he wanted to expand the outreach effort by visiting other countries, speaking with more third-world equid doctors and starting a movement to inform veterinarians about the plight of the world's working equids, most of which work under terrible conditions but are vital to the family's survival in these countries.
The Mission Pit locality (SDSM V5314), near Mission, South Dakota, has produced a large collection of equid teeth obtained from the Miocene Ash Hollow (=Thin Elk) Formation.