The paper “Dihedral rings of patterns rising from a Turing bifurcation“, co-authored by Dan Hill (Universität des Saarlandes), Jason Bramburger (Concordia College), and David Lloyd, has been accepted for publication in Nonlinearity. A last kind preprint is on the arXiv (hyperlink right here). The paper proves that approximate strongly interacting patterns can emerge in numerous ring-like dihedral configurations, bifurcating from quiescence close to a Turing instability in generic two-component reaction-diffusion methods. The evaluation is complemented by numerical investigations. The screenshot beneath exhibits Determine 1 from the paper.