Temporal range: Early Miocene–present
Equini is a tribe of herbivorous mammals of the subfamily Equinae, family Equidae, which has lived worldwide (except Australia) since the Hemingfordian stage of the Early Miocene to present (20.6—0 mya) and in existence for approximately .
Astrohippus, Calippus, Dinohippus, Equus (synonymized with Allozebra, Asinus, Onager, Plesippus, Neohippus, Equus semiplicatus, Equus tau), Hippidion, Onohippidium, Pliohippus, Protohippus (synonymized with Eoequus).
Hipparionini (synonymized with Cormohipparion)
- Paleobiology Database: Equini basic info.
- B. J. MacFadden. 1998. Equidae. In C. M. Janis, K. M. Scott, and L. L. Jacobs (eds.), Evolution of Tertiary Mammals of North America
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