noun, plural sub·spe·cies.
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High office for a Hollywood (or some subspecies of) celebrity is not as outlandish as it once was—say, five or 10 minutes ago.
Heretofore this subspecies has not been recorded from Coahuila.Birds from Coahuila, Mexico|Emil K. Urban
The two subspecies of H. microcephala agree more closely in this parameter than in fundamental frequency.
Variation in coloration is of such magnitude that it has been used as the basis for recognition of subspecies.
Characters for separating the three subspecies in Tamaulipas are listed by Hooper .The Recent Mammals of Tamaulipas, Mexico|Ticul Alvarez
Intergrades between these two subspecies have been discussed in the account of the nominate subspecies.