I'm reading (Cat, 3a21):
This is not, however, peculiar to substance: The differentia also is not in a subject. For footed and two footed are said of man as a subject but are not in a subject ...
So, from what I understand, differentia is a genera or a species. Then, would this imply that a substance has several species and genera?
For example, if the individual man is white, then he would have animal as genera but also white as differentia which, as I understand will also be a genera.
Also, is differentia a thing? It seemed to me that it wasn't but then if it is a genera I suppose it must be under A's framework.