- n. Plural form of guppy.
“Rates of evolution in guppies have been measured in the thousands of darwins, more than sufficient to explain historical transitions.”
“Zach: For a specific instance, Reznick measured rates of 4000+ in guppies.”
“For a specific instance, Reznick measured rates of 4000+ in guppies.”
“Zachriel: For a specific instance, Reznick measured rates of 4000+ in guppies.”
“This kind of behavior is also observed in several species of fish and birds — and especially in guppies, which is one of the most popular freshwater aquarium fish species in the world.”
“He was a business owner that pretty much started the mass exodus of what we would call guppies today from the more edgy and previous center of the gay community Polk neighborhood.”
“See, now if you'd read On Writing by Stephen King you could have kept me or *snort* your other reader Peteguessing to come up with what you really meant by using the word 'guppies'.”
“With many mouths to feed but a good deal of free labor -- Kenny is the youngest of nine children -- the family cast about for a new business opportunity and started breeding guppies in the concrete pigpens.”
“Reznick, Evaluation of the rate of evolution in natural populations of guppies (Poecilia ieticulata), Science 1997.”
“Guppies evolving into guppies refutes your claim of substantial evolutionary change.”
Looking for tweets for guppies.