If I understand this Mastodon post correctly, the Australian wasp species “Aha ah” was coined from words exchanged between it’s identifiers:
30DayMapChallenge 2023 Day 3: Polygons: The range of the wasp species Aha ha, described and named by my father in 1977. The story goes, when he looked at the specimens, he exclaimed “Aha! A new species!” to which his colleague, Eric Grissell, responded doubtfully, “ha!” 😁
At the time my Dad said that if he were sent more new species of Australian wasps, he would name the new genus Ohno, and report the discovery in a paper entitled “Ohno, another new genus of Australian Sphecidae.” #QGIShttps://fosstodon.org/@geomenke/111351579803913187
Your task is to create a name for some new species of insects based on a human expression and then show its range on a map.