Definition of Equus quagga
1. Noun. Mammal of South Africa that resembled a zebra; extinct since late 19th century.
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Literary usage of Equus quagga
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1. Catalogue of the Hunterian Collection in the Museum of the Royal College of by Museum, Royal College of Surgeons in London (1831)
"equus quagga. Presented to Mr. Brookes by Mr. Sheriff Parkins. 865. The skeleton of a Zebra. Mus. Brookes. Mus. Brookes. Equus Zebra--Zi«: (Asinus ..."
2. Kloof and Karroo: Sport, Legend and Natural History in Cape Colony, with a by Henry Anderson Bryden (1889)
"THE EXTINCTION OF THE TRUE QUAGGA (equus quagga). IT is a melancholy thing to chronicle the final disappearance from its ancient primeval habitat of one of ..."
3. Western Field by Olympic Club (San Francisco, Calif.), California Game and Fish Protective Association (1905)
"A. (equus quagga.) surprising. It is not to be expected that animals taken ... The true quagga guacha of the Hottentot, equus quagga of naturalists— is the ..."
4. Frank Forester's Horse and Horsemanship of the United States and British by Henry William Herbert (1871)
"Equus Zebra, the zebra. ~\ Equus Burchelli, >-South African. equus quagga, the Quagga. j Equus Asinus, the ass. ..."
5. The Animal Kingdom Arranged in Conformity with Its Organization by Georges Cuvier, Edward Griffith, Charles Hamilton Smith, Edward Pidgeon, John Edward Gray, George Robert Gray (1827)
"... under part and legs whiter; tail terminated with long hairs. About four feet high at the withers. equus quagga. Gm. Asinus Quagga, Gray's Zool. Journ. ..."
6. Catalogue of the Bones of Mammalia in the Collection of the British Museum by Edward Gerrard (1862)
"Between Zebra and common Donkey. From the Zoological Society's Collection. /. Skull. From Mr. Argent's Collection. The QUAGGA. Asinus quagga. equus quagga ..."