WASP-32 (also known as TYC 2-1155-1) is a yellow main-sequence star in the constellation of Pisces. The star was given the formal name ‘Parumleo’ in January 2020.
The WASP-32 star is relatively depleted of lithium, which is common for massive stars hosting hot Jupiter planets.
The “hot Jupiter” class planet WASP-32 b, later named ‘Viculus’, was discovered around WASP-32 in 2010. It was found to orbit the parent star in prograde direction in 2014.
The follow-up study utilizing transit timing variation analysis, have failed to find any, therefore have excluded existence of other massive planets around WASP-32 as in 2015.