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  • Once thought to be a sub-species inhabiting only the southern tier of states, it has become quite prolific.

    Redneck Christmas Lights

  • True, you want to have distinctions between the kind of fish that are caught, but why get your panties in a wad over the sub-species of fish you caught.

    New Record Brown vs. New Record Rainbow: Apples and Oranges?

  • The Red Nek sub-species has spread from coast to coast as evidenced by the comments posted.

    Redneck Christmas Lights

  • I for one am really interested in obscure sub-species of popular gamefish.

    Holy Grails

  • I don't lose sleep over what sub-species of junco visits my feeder and all of my "birding" trips involve dogs and shotguns rather than binoculars and field guides.

    Holy Grails

  • Is there anybody out there with a similar goal for say, catching all the various regional sub-species of trout or largemouth bass or bagging each of our quail species?

    Holy Grails

  • This sub-species must be treated the same as vermin.

    Gates open to more U.S. troops in Afghanistan

  • Each night we would introduce a new sub-species to the game.

    Mutants

  • Most dreaded, beyond even the Harry & David sympathy baskets, is that particularly nasty sub-species of ridged cardboard book-package in which a few publishers persist in sending books, bound with metal staples thick as spikes.

    I Am Sorry to Inform You

  • The problem had slowly yet inexorably been escalating for more than two centuries, and already had caused the near-extinction of the Aenar, an Andorian sub-species.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact Paths of Disharmony

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