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" Arabian breed hang lank, and closer to the neck than those of most others. The bars across the legs, both of the hybrid and of the colt and filly, are more strongly defined, and darker than those on the legs of the quagga, which are very slightly marked;... "
The Brahma fowl - Page 40
by Lewis Wright - 1873
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The Farrier and Naturalist

Medical - 1829
...than those of most others. The bars across the legs, both of the hybrid and of the colt and filly, are more strongly defined, and darker than those on the legs of the quagga, which are very slightly marked ; and though the hybrid has several quagga marks, which the colt and...
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The Shipley collection of scientific papers, Volume 145

Zoology - 1910
...than those of most others. The bars across the legs, both of the hybrid and of the colt and filly, are more strongly defined and darker than those on the legs of the quagga, which are very slightly marked; and though the hybrid has several quagga marks, which the colt and...
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The Brahma fowl: a monograph

Lewis Wright - Brahma chicken - 1870 - 144 pages
...a chestnut, nearly pure bred Arabian mare by a male quagga, the stripes ' were more strongly denned and darker than those on the legs of the quagga.'...subsequently put to a black Arabian horse, and bore two jcolts, both of which were plainly striped on the legs, and one of them likewise had stripes on the...
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The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Volume 2

Charles Darwin - Domestic animals - 1876
...traces of them. But in the famous hybrid bred by Lord Morton,35 from a chestnut, nearly purely-bred, Arabian mare, by a male quagga, the stripes were "...defined and darker than those on the legs of " the qungga." The mare was subsequently put to a black Arabian horse, and bore two colts, both of which,...
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The Horse of America in His Derivation, History and Development ...

John Hankins Wallace - Horse breeding - 1897 - 578 pages
...than those of most others. The bars across the legs, both of the hybrid and of the colt and filly, are more strongly defined and darker than those on the legs of the quagga, which are very slightly marked; and though the hybrid has several quagga marks which the colt and filly...
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The Penycuik Experiments

James Cossar Ewart - Horses - 1899 - 177 pages
...than those of most others. The bars across the legs, both of the hybrid and of the colt and filly, are more strongly defined and darker than those on the legs of the quagga, which are very slightly marked ; aud though the hybrid has several quagga marks, which the colt and...
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Report, Volume 27

United States. Bureau of Animal Industry - Veterinary medicine - 1912
...than those of most others. The bars across the legs, both of the hybrid and of the coit and fllly, are more strongly defined and darker than those on the legs of the quagga, which are very slightly marked ; and though the hybrid has several quagga marks, which the coit and...
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Genetics in Relation to Agriculture

Ernest Brown Babcock, Roy Elwood Clausen - Plant breeding - 1918 - 675 pages
...than those of most others. The bars across the legs, both of the hybrid and of the colt and filly, are more strongly defined and darker than those on the legs of the quagga, which are very slightly marked; and though the hybrid has several quagga marks, which the colt and...
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Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Volume 9

Literary Criticism - 1896
...a male quagga (Equus quagga) and a nearly pure-bred chestnut Arabian mare. The foal bore stripes " more strongly defined and darker than those on the legs of the quagga." More curious still, the same chestnut mare was afterwards put to a black sire of Arab blood, and threw...
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volume 111

Mathematics - 1821
...than those of most others. The bars across the legs, both of the hybrid and of the colt and filly, are more strongly defined, and darker than those on the legs of the quagga, which are very slightly marked ; and though the hybrid has several quagga marks, which the colt and...
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