Last summer, I traveled to Japan to do a collections trip in beautiful Xishuangbanna, which quickly yielded a new species in one of the rarest genera in the world, Bannapone scrobiceps. Now, Cong Liu, the graduate student who was in the expedition and is now in Evan Economo’s lab at OIST, has a new website with a full catalog of the discoveries, here. As noted, the collections yielded 237 species in 58 genera – not too shabby for a two-week trip into a relatively limited area. Each species has an accompanying photo of a representative of each species, presumably taken by the auto montage machine at OIST. There are some real exciting finds, like new generic records for China (Echinopla cherapunjiensis and Gesomyrmex kalshoveni), some just awesome looking gals (Myrmoteras, Mystrium, and Polyrhachis bihamata and P. furcata), the aforementioned Bannapone scrobiceps, and an “unknown” species. The list, and associated images, will serve as a great resource for anyone doing research in South China or the surrounding countries, and will be interesting to everyone with an interest in the diversity of life.