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  • n. Plural form of guppy.

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Examples

  • Rates of evolution in guppies have been measured in the thousands of darwins, more than sufficient to explain historical transitions.

    About 'What Darwin Got Wrong'

  • Zach: For a specific instance, Reznick measured rates of 4000+ in guppies.

    A New Book

  • For a specific instance, Reznick measured rates of 4000+ in guppies.

    A New Book

  • Zachriel: For a specific instance, Reznick measured rates of 4000+ in guppies.

    A New Book

  • 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.

    The Wedding Ring Effect

  • 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.

    A Bust for Harvey Milk 1: Press

  • 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'.

    mean

  • 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.

    Swimming Upstream

  • Reznick, Evaluation of the rate of evolution in natural populations of guppies (Poecilia ieticulata), Science 1997.

    About 'What Darwin Got Wrong'

  • Guppies evolving into guppies refutes your claim of substantial evolutionary change.

    About 'What Darwin Got Wrong'

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