Equus dalianensis Xinxue, Yufeng, Qinqi & Yi, 1985



Taxonomy & Nomenclature



Conservation Status

Extinct if valid

Last record: Late Pleistocene





Biology & Ecology










Original scientific description:

Zhow Xinxue, Sun Yufeng, Xu Qinqi & Li Yi. (1985). Note on a new Late Pleistocene Equus from Dalian. Journal? [Abstract]


Other references:

Cirilli, Omar, Machado, H., Arroyo-Cabrales, J., Barrón-Ortiz, C. I., Davis, E., Jass, C. N., Jukar, A. M., Landry, Z., Marín-Leyva, A. H., Pandolfi, L., Pushkina, D., Rook, L., Saarinen, J., Scott, E., Semprebon, G., Strani, F., Villavicencio, N. A., Kaya, F. and Bernor, R. L. (2022). Evolution of the Family Equidae, Subfamily Equinae, in North, Central and South America, Eurasia and Africa during the Plio-Pleistocene. Biology 11(9): 1258.

Dong, Wei, Xu, Qinqi, Jin, Changzhu and Liu, Jinyi. (1999). Quaternary herbivore fauna in northeastern China: Evolution under climatic change. Chinese Science Bulletin 44(Suppl.): 129-132.

Dong, Wei and Zhang, Yingqi. (2022). Biochronologic sequences of the Pleistocene mammalian faunas in China and correlations with numeric dating. Quaternary Sciences 42(5): 1227-1246.

Yuan, Junxia et al. (2020). Mitochondrial genomes of Late Pleistocene caballine horses from China belong to a separate clade. Quaternary Science Reviews 250: 106691. doi: [Abstract]


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