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x = 472, y = 127, rule = B3/S23 466b3o$467bo2bo$471bo$468bobo22$438bo$438b2o$438bo2bo2$439bobo$440bo5$ 241b2o$240bo$240bo$236b4o8$252b2o$253bo$253b2o$253bo2$250b3o45$3b3o$bo 2bo$o$bobo$264b3o$265bo2bo$269bo$266bobo14$239b2o$241bo$241bo$242b4o$ 33bo$32b2o$30bo2bo2$30bobo$31bo! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]]
Pattern type Miscellaneous
Number of cells 65
Bounding box 472×127
Discovered by Nick Gotts
Year of discovery 2000

Teeth is a 65-cell quadratic growth pattern that was found by Nick Gotts in March 2000. This (and a related 65-cell pattern that Gotts found at about the same time) beat the record previously held by mosquito 5 for smallest population pattern known to have superlinear growth. It has since been superceded by several patterns including catacryst, metacatacryst, and 26-cell quadratic growth.

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Generation 50000 of teeth

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