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Noun1.Equidae - horses; asses; zebras; extinct animals
mammal family - a family of mammals
order Perissodactyla, Perissodactyla - nonruminant ungulates: horses; tapirs; rhinoceros; extinct forms
Equus, genus Equus - type genus of the Equidae: only surviving genus of the family Equidae
equid, equine - hoofed mammals having slender legs and a flat coat with a narrow mane along the back of the neck
genus Hyracotherium, Hyracotherium - extinct horse genus; formerly called eohippus
genus Mesohippus - a genus of Equidae
genus Protohippus - a genus of Equidae
female horse, mare - female equine animal
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References in classic literature ?
quasi asinus illitteratus , on the straw seats of the school.
"Asinus Domesticus!" ejaculated the Doctor, drawing his breath like one who had been near suffocation.
Glanders in donkeys (Equus Asinus) in the state of pernambuco, Brazil: A case report.
Estudio clinico e histopatologico del sarcoide fibroblastico en burros (Equus asinus) en Colombia.
Determination of the prevalence of oral pathologies in burros (Equus asinus africanus) of the Department of Cordoba, Colombia
Haskel Greenfield, from the University of Manitoba in Canada, the paper's lead author, said in the statement on the paper: "this [discovery] is significant because it demonstrates how early domestic donkeys were controlled, and adds substantially to our knowledge of the history of donkey (Equus asinus) domestication and evolution of riding and equestrian technology."
Using the tubular morphology method, eight stages of seminiferous epithelium have been reported in ruminants and other mammals, such as red deer (Cervus elaphus) [7], goat (Capra hircus) [8], donkey (Equus asinus) and mule (Equus mulus mulus) [9], landrace boar [10], roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) [11], wild boar [12], and 'crioulo' horse [13].