Equus caballus Linnaeus 1758 (horse)

Mammalia - Perissodactyla - Equidae

Synonyms: Equus (Amerhippus) neogeus Lund 1840, Equus asinus hippagrus Smith 1841, Equus hippagrus Smith 1841, Equus neogaeus Lund 1840, Hipphaplus bravardi Ameghino 1889, Hippidium neogaeum Lund 1840

Full reference: C. Linnaeus. 1758. Systema Naturae per Regna Tria Naturae, Secundum Classes, Ordines, Genera, Species, cum Characteribus, Differentiis, Synonymis, Locis. Editio Decima 1:1-824

Belongs to Equus according to J. H. Quinn 1957

See also Alberdi and Prado 1993, Boule and De Villeneuve 1927, Groves and Smeenk 2007, Linnaeus 1758, Lydekker 1894, Orlando et al. 2008, Quinn 1955, Rincón et al. 2006, Thomas 1911 and Zurita et al. 2004

Sister taxa: Equus (Amerhippus), Equus (Dolichohippus), Equus (Hemionus), Equus (Hesperohippus), Equus (Hippotigris), Equus (Sussemionus), Equus africanus, Equus alaskae, Equus asinus, Equus australis, Equus calobatus, Equus capensis, Equus coliemensis, Equus complicatus, Equus conversidens, Equus curvidens, Equus excelsus, Equus fraternus, Equus fromanius, Equus giganteus, Equus hatcheri, Equus holmesi, Equus idahoensis, Equus intermedius, Equus jubatus, Equus laurentius, Equus leidyi, Equus mexicanus, Equus nalaikhaensis, Equus nearcticus, Equus nevadanus, Equus niobrarensis, Equus nobisi, Equus pacificus, Equus parastylidens, Equus pectinatus, Equus przewalskii, Equus pseudaltidens, Equus quagga, Equus santaeelenae, Equus scotti, Equus semiplicatus, Equus stenonis, Equus tabeti, Equus taeniopus, Equus yunnanensis, Equus zebra, Equus (Asinus) kiang, Asinus africanus, Onager onager, Plesippus francescana, Equus (Plesippus) crenidens

Ecology: ground dwelling grazer

Distribution:

• Quaternary of France (9 collections), Germany (2), Greece (2), Israel (3), Italy (11), Kazakhstan (2), Monaco (2), the Netherlands (4), the Russian Federation (4), Spain (12), Turkey (2), the United Kingdom (5)

• Pliocene to Pleistocene of Italy (1)

Total: 59 collections each including a single occurrence

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