Definition of Subspecies. Meaning of Subspecies. Synonyms of Subspecies

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Definition of Subspecies

Subspecies
Subspecies Sub*spe"cies, n. A group somewhat lessdistinct than speciesusually are, but based on characters more important than those which characterize ordinary varieties; often, a geographical variety or race.

Meaning of Subspecies from wikipedia

- characteristics. A single subspecies cannot be recognized independently: a species is either recognized as having no subspecies at all or at least two,...
- There are 38 subspecies of Canis lupus listed in the taxonomic authority Mammal Species of the World (2005, 3rd edition). These subspecies were named over...
- master. Bloodstone: Subspecies 2 (1993) picks up directly after the events of the first film, with Radu's minions, the Subspecies, reattaching Radu's...
- The recognition or nonrecognition of subspecies of Homo sapiens has a complicated history. The rank of subspecies in zoology is introduced for convenience...
- known as toucans. Below is a list of currently recognized species and subspecies. List of macaws List of Amazon parrots List of parrots "Toco Toucan overview"...
- described and proposed as subspecies. The validity of several tiger subspecies was questioned in 1999. Most ****tive subspecies described in the 19th and...
- beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana) is an example of an endangered subspecies protected under the ESA. The US Fish and Wildlife Service, as well as...
- widespread subspecies, the grizzly bear in North America and the Eurasian brown bear in Europe. Due to the lack of genetic variation within subspecies, the...
- teeth near Dayville, Oregon, and are 7 million years old. At one time, 25 subspecies of beavers were identified in North America, with distinctions based primarily...
- largest subspecies (A. c. daphanea), males and females weigh typically 4.05 and 6.35 kg (8.9 and 14.0 lb), respectively. In the smallest subspecies, A. c...