Marshland agar

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A marshland agar is one formed from a combination of lakes and ponds, entities which can exist in isolation but which can be juxtaposed in multitudinous ways to form agars. Basically, they are composed of dominoes.

ponds making up an orthogonal agar
coalesced ponds starting a diagonal agar
more complicated primitives can extend to agars

See also