One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A subdivision of a species, especially one regarded as having more individuality than does a subspecies; specifically each of two or more biological subspecies (or species) that together constitute a superspecies.
Early 19th century. From semi- + species, apparently originally after German Halbart, lit. ‘half-species’.
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