J. H. Quinn 1957

Full reference
J. H. Quinn. 1957. Pleistocene Equidae of Texas. Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas Report of Investigations 33:1-47 [J. Marcot/J. Marcot]
Metadata
ID number:  57002
Created:  2015-11-17 19:35:31
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (20) - view classification
'Asinus belongs to Equini' according to J. H. Quinn 1957
'Equidae belongs to Perissodactyla' according to J. H. Quinn 1957
'Equini belongs to Equidae' according to J. H. Quinn 1957
'Equus (Asinus) calobatus is a subjective synonym of Onager semiplicatus' according to J. H. Quinn 1957
'Equus (Hesperohippus) is reassigned into Onager' according to J. H. Quinn 1957
'Equus achates is a subjective synonym of Onager littoralis' according to J. H. Quinn 1957
'Equus caballus belongs to Equus' according to J. H. Quinn 1957
'Equus complicatus is recombined as Onager (Hesperhippus) complicatus' according to J. H. Quinn 1957
'Equus conversidens is recombined as Asinus conversidens' according to J. H. Quinn 1957
'Equus fraternus is recombined as Onager fraternus' according to J. H. Quinn 1957
'Equus lambei is recombined as Onager lambei' according to J. H. Quinn 1957
'Equus littoralis is recombined as Onager littoralis' according to J. H. Quinn 1957
'Equus midlandensis belongs to Equus' according to J. H. Quinn 1957
'Equus pacificus belongs to Equus' according to J. H. Quinn 1957
'Equus semiplicatus is recombined as Onager semiplicatus' according to J. H. Quinn 1957
'Equus belongs to Equini' according to J. H. Quinn 1957
'Onager altidens belongs to Onager' according to J. H. Quinn 1957
'Onager onager belongs to Onager' according to Brisson 1762
'Onager onager belongs to Onager' according to J. H. Quinn 1957
'Onager belongs to Equini' according to J. H. Quinn 1957