A

achimsp16_synth
Incremental synthesis by Mark Niemiec and direct synthesis by Jason Summers
Size:203x67  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

achimsp4_synth
7glider synthesis based on a predecessor by Lewis Patterson
Size:116x95  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

aircraftcarrier
A 6cell still life that is the smallest still life with more than one island.
Size:4x3  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

ak47reaction
A reaction in which a honey farm predecessor catalysed by an eater and a block reappears at another location 47 generations later, having produced a glider and a traffic light.
Size:10x12  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

almostknightship
A pattern that is "almost" a period6 knightship; only two cells are incorrect after six generations.
Size:13x19  Rule:23/3

alternateeater5
An alternate form of eater 5 using a long hook with tail rather tha n a block
Size:10x6  Rule:23/3

alternatepentadecathlononsnacker
An alternate form of pentadecathlon on snacker, with a smaller boun ding box of 20x18
Size:20x15  Rule:23/3

alternatepiorbital
An alternate version of pi orbital using a period 12 sparker found by Nicolay Beluchenko
Size:63x61  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki
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B

babblingbrook1
A period 4 oscillator that was discovered in August 1997. It is the only known babbling brook with more than 4 cells in its rotor.
Size:16x10  Rule:23/3

backwardspacerake
A simple orthogonal backward glider rake with period 20 and speed c /2.
Size:23x20  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

bakersdozen
A period 12 oscillator that consists of a loaf hassled by two blocks and two caterers.
Size:23x11  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

beaconandtwotails_synth
Glider synthesis of beacon and two tails.
Size:106x18  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

beaconmaker
A diagonal period 8 lightspeed fuse that creates beacons as its burns.
Size:16x15  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

beaconon38p11.1
The smallest known period 22 oscillator, though it is usually considered trivial because it consists of a period 2 oscillator and a period 11 oscillator.
Size:12x14  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

beehive_synth
Syntheses of beehives. home.interserv.com/~mniemiec/2gliders.htm
Size:156x60  Rule:23/3

beehiveandlonghookeatingtub_synth
A 12glider synthesis of beehive and long hook eating tub
Size:117x32  Rule:23/3

beehiveatbeehive
A simple 12cell still life composed of two beehive.
Size:6x6  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

bheptomino
A very common methuselah with lifespan 148 that often arises with the cell at top left shifted one space to the left, which does not affect the subsequent evolution.
Size:4x3  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

bipolebridgepseudobarberpole
A period 10 oscillator composed of a bipole and a pseudobarberpole. The smallest period 10 oscillator, though it is usually considered trivial.
Size:17x17  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

bipolebridgepseudobarberpole_synth
A 62glider synthesis of bipole bridge pseudobarberpole
Size:152x196  Rule:23/3

bistableswitch
A logic circuit found in 1994 whilst searching for a stable reflect or.
Size:75x61  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

bitingoffmorethantheycanchew
A period 3 oscillator found in July 1972.
Size:12x12  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

bitingoffmorethantheycanchew_synth
Glider synthesis of biting off more than they can chew.
Size:122x108  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

bitingoffmorethantheycanchewextended
An extension of the period 3 oscillator "biting off more than they can chew".
Size:16x15  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

blinkerfuse
An orthogonal 2c/3 period 18 fuse that burns cleanly through blinkers.
Size:25x5  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

blinkerpuffer1
An orthogonal period 8 c/2 blinker puffer. The first blinker puffer to be found.
Size:9x18  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

blinkerpuffer1_synth
Glider synthesis of Robert Wainwright's blinker puffer 1.
Size:79x53  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

blinkerpuffer2
An orthogonal period 4 c/2 blinker puffer found in 1992.
Size:17x25  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

blinkership1
A blinker ship created by Paul Schick based on his Schick engine.
Size:27x15  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

blocklayingswitchengine
A diagonal period 288 c/12 blocklaying puffer.
Size:29x28  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

blocklayingswitchengine_synth
Glider synthesis for a blocklaying switch engine.
Size:141x85  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

blocklayingswitchenginepredecessor
A simple 12cell pattern that evolves into the diagonal period 288 c/12 blocklaying switch engine puffer.
Size:16x4  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

blockstacker
A pattern that creates an infinite row of blocks. Created on August 28, 1999.
Size:531x915  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

bomberpredecessor
A predecessor of the bomber spaceship in the HighLife rule.
Size:10x6  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

boojumreflector
The smallest known stable reflector (as of January 2009).
Size:44x32  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki
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C

c2wickstretcher
A c/2 orthogonal wickstretcher that stretches a period 6 wick
Size:43x61  Rule:23/3

c4diagonalpuffer1
The first known c/4 diagonal puffer; found on February 9, 2004
Size:84x60  Rule:23/3

c4diagonalspaceships
A small selection of c/4 period 4 diagonal spaceships.
Size:392x267  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

c4orthogonalspaceships
A small selection of c/4 period 4 orthogonal spaceships.
Size:311x267  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

c5diagonalpuffer1
The first c/5 diagonal puffer, discovered on September 5, 2010
Size:85x71  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

cabertosser1
A smaller version of the first caber tosser found. Uses a 7engine Cordership. Originally found on May 1, 1991, smaller form found on September 2, 1994.
Size:145x114  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

canadagoose
A c/4 period 4 spaceship. At the time of its discovery, the Canada goose was the smallest known diagonal spaceship other than the glider, but this record has since been beaten, first by Orion 2, and more recently by the crab.
Size:13x12  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

carriersiamesecarrier
A 10cell still life composed of two aircraft carriers attached together.
Size:7x4  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

carriersiamesecarrier_synth
Glider synthesis of carrier siamese carrier.
Size:89x83  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

carriersiamesesnake
A 10cell still life composed of an aircraft carrier and a snake attached together.
Size:7x3  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

carriersiamesesnake_synth
Glider synthesis of carrier siamese snake.
Size:151x92  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

centuryeater
An eater for century (or equivalently, bookend) made up of three eater 1s surrounding a beehive.
Size:21x21  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

champageglass
The smallest known nontrivial period 22 oscillator.
Size:15x12  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

cheptomino
A methuselah with lifespan 148 that evolves in the same way as the Bheptomino after its second generation.
Size:4x3  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

cisbeaconandtable_synth
Glider synthesis of cisbeacon and table.
Size:107x49  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

cisbeaconupandlonghook
A period 2 oscillator composed of a beacon and a long hook.
Size:5x8  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

cisblockandlonghook_synth
Glider syntheses of Cisblock and long hook ook
Size:145x87  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

cisboatandlonghookeatingtub_synth
A 13glider synthesis of cisboat and long hook eating tub
Size:147x20  Rule:23/3

cisboatandtable
An 11cell still life consisting of a boat on a table. It is the 81st most common still life.
Size:4x6  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

cisfusewithtwotails_synth
Glider syntheses of Cisfuse with two tails ils
Size:127x116  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

cishookandrbee
A 14cell still life composed of a bookend and a bun.
Size:4x7  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

cishookwithtail
A 10cell still life similar to the long long hook with tail.
Size:5x6  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

cismirroredrbee
A 14cell still life made up of two buns facing each other.
Size:7x4  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

cisshillelagh
A 10cell still life similar to the long long shillelagh.
Size:6x5  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

coesp8_synth
8glider synthesis by 'Extrementhusiast' with Lewis Patterson 16glider synthesis by Mark Niemiec
Size:63x88  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

cordpuller
A sawtooth with expansion factor 6 that was found on May 14, 1991.
Size:98x93  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki

cousinprimecalculator
A cousin prime calculator, created on July 29, 2009. Based on Dean Hickerson's primer.
Size:439x296  Rule:23/3  @lifewiki
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