The Grevy's zebra is now listed as Endangered A1a, 2c by the IUCN/SSC Equid
Specialist Group, and is also listed on Appendix I of the Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species of Flora and Fauna, which offers them the highest protection against illegal trading.
Studies on equid
, cervids and carnivora from the Siwalik hills of Pakistan.
The Przewalski horse (Equus przewalski), a related equid
with similar biology, also shows a peak of births between May and July (Volf 1996).
Ethogram: A Practical Field Guide to Horse Behavior.
Morphology of the infective larval stage of the equid
parasite Habronema muscae (Spirurida: Habronematidae), from houseflies (Musca domestica).
271-297, en: IUCN Equid
Action Plan (PD Moehlman, ed.
1996: 52); in the unpublished report on Arroyo Saladillo, a large amount of domestic faunal remains are cited, especially in the trench infill, with bovid mandible remains, as well as long bones and ribcage remains, but ovicaprid and suid remains also being collected (10); in contrast, the amount of domestic animal remains found in Huerta del Cipres was very small, with scant remains of ovicaprids, pigs and possibly some type of equid
(Cisneros, 2013: 313).
1) exposed in the northern shore of the lake produce some fossil mammals such as the equid
Nannippus, which suggests a Blancan (Pliocene) age; a skeleton of Stegomastodon rexroadensis recovered from the bottom of the lake also is considered to be of Blancan age (Lucas, 2008).
Intertaxonomic variability in patterns of bone density and the differential representation of bovid, cervid, and equid
elements in the archaeological record.
A survey of equid
mitochondrial DNA: Implications for the evolution, genetic diversity and conservation of Equus.
The onager is an Asiatic wild ass and belongs to the equid
family of hoofed animals, once found in abundance across the deserts of Mongolia, China and Iran.
Novi: African Journalism Studies, 33(1), 44-53.