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Pattern type Stable reflector
Number of cells 53
Bounding box 18×25
Angle 90°
Repeat time 43
Period multiplier
Colour Colour-preserving
Discovered by Tanner Jacobi
Year of discovery 2017

The tremi-Snark is a colour-preserving period-multiplying signal conduit found by Tanner Jacobi on 7 September 2017, producing one output glider for every three input gliders.[1] It uses the same block-to-pre-honeyfarm bait reaction as the Snark, and so has the same 43-tick recovery time.

The tremi-Snark was part of a series of new stable pulse dividers (the others being the quadri-Snark and the semi-cenarks) which collectively ranked third place in the Pattern of the Year 2017 competition on the forums, behind Tanner's p46 and the 2-engine Cordership.[2]

Also see


  1. Tanner Jacobi (September 7, 2017). Re: Thread For Your Bellman Finds (discussion thread) at the forums
  2. Dave Greene (February 19, 2018). Re: Pattern of the Year 2017 -- votes (discussion thread) at the forums

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