Mudskippers, commonly known as "jumping fish", stand out as one of the largest groups that volitionally emerge from water and spend a significant portion of time on mudflat surface. As typically amphibious fish, mudskippers have a unique half-terrestrial habit, providing useful insights into our understanding of the adaptive evolution of vertebrate from aquatic ecosystem to terrestrial environment. We form cooperation with Xiamen University on mudskippers genome sequencing, gene function development and artificial breeding.
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