Ying Luo and Benoit Guenard of the Insect Biogeography and Biodiversity research group described and named a new ant species Paratopula bauhinia. Photo: Jonathan Wong Ying Luo and Benoit Guenard of the Insect Biogeography and Biodiversity research group described and named a new ant species Paratopula bauhinia. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Ying Luo and Benoit Guenard of the Insect Biogeography and Biodiversity research group described and named a new ant species Paratopula bauhinia. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Chance Hong Kong sighting leads to big discovery of ant-sized proportions

University researchers discover the ‘golden tree ant’ just metres from campus, marking the 22nd species unique to city

Ying Luo and Benoit Guenard of the Insect Biogeography and Biodiversity research group described and named a new ant species Paratopula bauhinia. Photo: Jonathan Wong Ying Luo and Benoit Guenard of the Insect Biogeography and Biodiversity research group described and named a new ant species Paratopula bauhinia. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Ying Luo and Benoit Guenard of the Insect Biogeography and Biodiversity research group described and named a new ant species Paratopula bauhinia. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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