# Uniform honeycombs in hyperbolic space

Unsolved problem in mathematics:
Find the complete set of hyperbolic uniform honeycombs.

In hyperbolic geometry, a uniform honeycomb in hyperbolic space is a uniform tessellation of uniform polyhedral cells. In 3-dimensional hyperbolic space there are nine Coxeter group families of compact convex uniform honeycombs, generated as Wythoff constructions, and represented by permutations of rings of the Coxeter diagrams for each family.

 Poincaré ball model projections Order-4 dodecahedral honeycomb{5,3,4} Order-5 dodecahedral honeycomb{5,3,5} Order-5 cubic honeycomb{4,3,5} Icosahedral honeycomb{3,5,3}

## Hyperbolic uniform honeycomb families

Honeycombs are divided between compact and paracompact forms defined by Coxeter groups, the first category only including finite cells and vertex figures (finite subgroups), and the second includes affine subgroups.

### Compact uniform honeycomb families

The nine compact Coxeter groups are listed here with their Coxeter diagrams,[1] in order of the relative volumes of their fundamental simplex domains.[2]

These 9 families generate a total of 76 unique uniform honeycombs. The full list of hyperbolic uniform honeycombs has not been proven and an unknown number of non-Wythoffian forms exist. Two known examples are cited with the {3,5,3} family below. Only two families are related as a mirror-removal halving: [5,31,1] ↔ [5,3,4,1+].

Indexed Fundamental
simplex
volume[2]
Witt
symbol
Coxeter
notation
Commutator
subgroup
Coxeter
diagram
Honeycombs
H1 0.0358850633 ${\displaystyle {\bar {BH}}_{3}}$ [5,3,4] [(5,3)+,4,1+]
= [5,31,1]+
15 forms, 2 regular
H2 0.0390502856 ${\displaystyle {\bar {J}}_{3}}$ [3,5,3] [3,5,3]+ 9 forms, 1 regular
H3 0.0717701267 ${\displaystyle {\bar {DH}}_{3}}$ [5,31,1] [5,31,1]+ 11 forms (7 overlap with [5,3,4] family, 4 are unique)
H4 0.0857701820 ${\displaystyle {\widehat {AB}}_{3}}$ [(4,3,3,3)] [(4,3,3,3)]+ 9 forms
H5 0.0933255395 ${\displaystyle {\bar {K}}_{3}}$ [5,3,5] [5,3,5]+ 9 forms, 1 regular
H6 0.2052887885 ${\displaystyle {\widehat {AH}}_{3}}$ [(5,3,3,3)] [(5,3,3,3)]+ 9 forms
H7 0.2222287320 ${\displaystyle {\widehat {BB}}_{3}}$ [(4,3)[2]] [(4,3+,4,3+)] 6 forms
H8 0.3586534401 ${\displaystyle {\widehat {BH}}_{3}}$ [(3,4,3,5)] [(3,4,3,5)]+ 9 forms
H9 0.5021308905 ${\displaystyle {\widehat {HH}}_{3}}$ [(5,3)[2]] [(5,3)[2]]+ 6 forms

There are just two radical subgroups with non-simplicial domains that can be generated by removing a set of two or more mirrors separated by all other mirrors by even-order branches. One is [(4,3,4,3*)], represented by Coxeter diagrams an index 6 subgroup with a trigonal trapezohedron fundamental domain, which can be extended by restoring one mirror as . The other is [4,(3,5)*], index 120 with a dodecahedral fundamental domain.

### Paracompact hyperbolic uniform honeycombs

There are also 23 paracompact Coxeter groups of rank 4 that produce paracompact uniform honeycombs with infinite or unbounded facets or vertex figure, including ideal vertices at infinity.

Hyperbolic paracompact group summary
Type Coxeter groups
Linear graphs | | | | | |
Tridental graphs | |
Cyclic graphs | | | | | | | |
Loop-n-tail graphs | | |

Other paracompact Coxeter groups exists as Vinberg polytope fundamental domains, including these triangular bipyramid fundamental domains (double tetrahedra) as rank 5 graphs including parallel mirrors. Uniform honeycombs exist as all permutations of rings in these graphs, with the constraint that at least one node must be ringed across infinite order branches.

Dimension Rank Graphs
H3 5
, , , ,
, , , , ,
, , , , , ,
, , , , , , , , , , , ,

### [3,5,3] family

There are 9 forms, generated by ring permutations of the Coxeter group: [3,5,3] or

One related non-wythoffian form is constructed from the {3,5,3} vertex figure with 4 (tetrahedrally arranged) vertices removed, creating pentagonal antiprisms and dodecahedra filling in the gaps, called a tetrahedrally diminished dodecahedron.[3] Another is constructed with 2 antipodal vertices removed.[4]

The bitruncated and runcinated forms (5 and 6) contain the faces of two regular skew polyhedrons: {4,10|3} and {10,4|3}.

# Honeycomb name
Coxeter diagram
and Schläfli
symbols
Cell counts/vertex
and positions in honeycomb
Vertex figure Picture
0
1
2
3
1 icosahedral (ikhon)

t0{3,5,3}
(12)

(3.3.3.3.3)
2 rectified icosahedral (rih)

t1{3,5,3}
(2)

(5.5.5)
(3)

(3.5.3.5)
3 truncated icosahedral (tih)

t0,1{3,5,3}
(1)

(5.5.5)
(3)

(5.6.6)
4 cantellated icosahedral (srih)

t0,2{3,5,3}
(1)

(3.5.3.5)
(2)

(4.4.3)
(2)

(3.5.4.5)
5 runcinated icosahedral (spiddih)

t0,3{3,5,3}
(1)

(3.3.3.3.3)
(5)

(4.4.3)
(5)

(4.4.3)
(1)

(3.3.3.3.3)
6 bitruncated icosahedral (dih)

t1,2{3,5,3}
(2)

(3.10.10)
(2)

(3.10.10)
7 cantitruncated icosahedral (grih)

t0,1,2{3,5,3}
(1)

(3.10.10)
(1)

(4.4.3)
(2)

(4.6.10)
8 runcitruncated icosahedral (prih)

t0,1,3{3,5,3}
(1)

(3.5.4.5)
(1)

(4.4.3)
(2)

(4.4.6)
(1)

(5.6.6)
9 omnitruncated icosahedral (gipiddih)

t0,1,2,3{3,5,3}
(1)

(4.6.10)
(1)

(4.4.6)
(1)

(4.4.6)
(1)

(4.6.10)
# Honeycomb name
Coxeter diagram
and Schläfli
symbols
Cell counts/vertex
and positions in honeycomb
Vertex figure Picture
0
1
2
3
Alt
[77] partially diminished icosahedral
pd{3,5,3}[5]
(12)

(3.3.3.5)
(4)

(5.5.5)
[78] semi-partially diminished icosahedral
spd{3,5,3}[4]
(6)

(3.3.3.5)
(6)

(3.3.3.3.3)
(2)

(5.5.5)
Nonuniform omnisnub icosahedral (snih)

ht0,1,2,3{3,5,3}
(1)

(3.3.3.3.5)
(1)

(3.3.3.3
(1)

(3.3.3.3)
(1)

(3.3.3.3.5)
(4)

+(3.3.3)

### [5,3,4] family

There are 15 forms, generated by ring permutations of the Coxeter group: [5,3,4] or .

This family is related to the group [5,31,1] by a half symmetry [5,3,4,1+], or , when the last mirror after the order-4 branch is inactive, or as an alternation if the third mirror is inactive .

# Name of honeycomb
Coxeter diagram
Cells by location and count per vertex Vertex figure Picture
0
1
2
3
10 order-4 dodecahedral (doehon)
- - - (8)

(5.5.5)
11 rectified order-4 dodecahedral (riddoh)
(2)

(3.3.3.3)
- - (4)

(3.5.3.5)
12 rectified order-5 cubic (ripech)
(5)

(3.4.3.4)
- - (2)

(3.3.3.3.3)
13 order-5 cubic (pechon)
(20)

(4.4.4)
- - -
14 truncated order-4 dodecahedral (tiddoh)
(1)

(3.3.3.3)
- - (4)

(3.10.10)
15 bitruncated order-5 cubic (ciddoh)
(2)

(4.6.6)
- - (2)

(5.6.6)
16 truncated order-5 cubic (tipech)
(5)

(3.8.8)
- - (1)

(3.3.3.3.3)
17 cantellated order-4 dodecahedral (sriddoh)
(1)

(3.4.3.4)
(2)

(4.4.4)
- (2)

(3.4.5.4)
18 cantellated order-5 cubic (sripech)
(2)

(3.4.4.4)
- (2)

(4.4.5)
(1)

(3.5.3.5)
19 runcinated order-5 cubic (sidpicdoh)
(1)

(4.4.4)
(3)

(4.4.4)
(3)

(4.4.5)
(1)

(5.5.5)
20 cantitruncated order-4 dodecahedral (griddoh)
(1)

(4.6.6)
(1)

(4.4.4)
- (2)

(4.6.10)
21 cantitruncated order-5 cubic (gripech)
(2)

(4.6.8)
- (1)

(4.4.5)
(1)

(5.6.6)
22 runcitruncated order-4 dodecahedral (pripech)
(1)

(3.4.4.4)
(1)

(4.4.4)
(2)

(4.4.10)
(1)

(3.10.10)
23 runcitruncated order-5 cubic (priddoh)
(1)

(3.8.8)
(2)

(4.4.8)
(1)

(4.4.5)
(1)

(3.4.5.4)
24 omnitruncated order-5 cubic (gidpicdoh)
(1)

(4.6.8)
(1)

(4.4.8)
(1)

(4.4.10)
(1)

(4.6.10)
# Name of honeycomb
Coxeter diagram
Cells by location and count per vertex Vertex figure Picture
0
1
2
3
Alt
[34] alternated order-5 cubic (apech)
(20)

(3.3.3)
(12)

(3.3.3.3.3)
[35] cantic order-5 cubic (tapech)
(1)

(3.5.3.5)
- (2)

(5.6.6)
(2)

(3.6.6)
[36] runcic order-5 cubic (birapech)
(1)

(5.5.5)
- (3)

(3.4.5.4)
(1)

(3.3.3)
[37] runcicantic order-5 cubic (bitapech)
(1)

(3.10.10)
- (2)

(4.6.10)
(1)

(3.6.6)
Nonuniform snub rectified order-4 dodecahedral
(1)

(3.3.3.3.3)
(1)

(3.3.3)
- (2)

(3.3.3.3.5)
(4)

+(3.3.3)

Irr. tridiminished icosahedron
Nonuniform runcic snub rectified order-4 dodecahedral

(3.4.4.4)

(4.4.4.4)
-

(3.3.3.3.5)

+(3.3.3)
Nonuniform omnisnub order-5 cubic
(1)

(3.3.3.3.4)
(1)

(3.3.3.4)
(1)

(3.3.3.5)
(1)

(3.3.3.3.5)
(4)

+(3.3.3)

### [5,3,5] family

There are 9 forms, generated by ring permutations of the Coxeter group: [5,3,5] or

The bitruncated and runcinated forms (29 and 30) contain the faces of two regular skew polyhedrons: {4,6|5} and {6,4|5}.

# Name of honeycomb
Coxeter diagram
Cells by location and count per vertex Vertex figure Picture
0
1
2
3
25 (Regular) Order-5 dodecahedral (pedhon)

t0{5,3,5}
(20)

(5.5.5)
26 rectified order-5 dodecahedral (ripped)

t1{5,3,5}
(2)

(3.3.3.3.3)
(5)

(3.5.3.5)
27 truncated order-5 dodecahedral (tipped)

t0,1{5,3,5}
(1)

(3.3.3.3.3)
(5)

(3.10.10)
28 cantellated order-5 dodecahedral (sripped)

t0,2{5,3,5}
(1)

(3.5.3.5)
(2)

(4.4.5)
(2)

(3.5.4.5)
29 Runcinated order-5 dodecahedral (spidded)

t0,3{5,3,5}
(1)

(5.5.5)
(3)

(4.4.5)
(3)

(4.4.5)
(1)

(5.5.5)
30 bitruncated order-5 dodecahedral (diddoh)

t1,2{5,3,5}
(2)

(5.6.6)
(2)

(5.6.6)
31 cantitruncated order-5 dodecahedral (gripped)

t0,1,2{5,3,5}
(1)

(5.6.6)
(1)

(4.4.5)
(2)

(4.6.10)
32 runcitruncated order-5 dodecahedral (pripped)

t0,1,3{5,3,5}
(1)

(3.5.4.5)
(1)

(4.4.5)
(2)

(4.4.10)
(1)

(3.10.10)
33 omnitruncated order-5 dodecahedral (gipidded)

t0,1,2,3{5,3,5}
(1)

(4.6.10)
(1)

(4.4.10)
(1)

(4.4.10)
(1)

(4.6.10)
# Name of honeycomb
Coxeter diagram
Cells by location and count per vertex Vertex figure Picture
0
1
2
3
Alt
Nonuniform omnisnub order-5 dodecahedral

ht0,1,2,3{5,3,5}
(1)

(3.3.3.3.5)
(1)

(3.3.3.5)
(1)

(3.3.3.5)
(1)

(3.3.3.3.5)
(4)

+(3.3.3)

### [5,31,1] family

There are 11 forms (and only 4 not shared with [5,3,4] family), generated by ring permutations of the Coxeter group: [5,31,1] or . If the branch ring states match, an extended symmetry can double into the [5,3,4] family, .

# Honeycomb name
Coxeter diagram
Cells by location
(and count around each vertex)
vertex figure Picture
0
1
0'
3
34 alternated order-5 cubic (apech)
- - (12)

(3.3.3.3.3)
(20)

(3.3.3)
35 cantic order-5 cubic (tapech)
(1)

(3.5.3.5)
- (2)

(5.6.6)
(2)

(3.6.6)
36 runcic order-5 cubic (birapech)
(1)

(5.5.5)
- (3)

(3.4.5.4)
(1)

(3.3.3)
37 runcicantic order-5 cubic (bitapech)
(1)

(3.10.10)
- (2)

(4.6.10)
(1)

(3.6.6)
# Honeycomb name
Coxeter diagram
Cells by location
(and count around each vertex)
vertex figure Picture
0
1
3
Alt
[10] Order-4 dodecahedral (doehon)
(4)

(5.5.5)
- -
[11] rectified order-4 dodecahedral (riddoh)
(2)

(3.5.3.5)
- (2)

(3.3.3.3)
[12] rectified order-5 cubic (ripech)
(1)

(3.3.3.3.3)
- (5)

(3.4.3.4)
[15] bitruncated order-5 cubic (ciddoh)
(1)

(5.6.6)
- (2)

(4.6.6)
[14] truncated order-4 dodecahedral (tiddoh)
(2)

(3.10.10)
- (1)

(3.3.3.3)
[17] cantellated order-4 dodecahedral (sriddoh)
(1)

(3.4.5.4)
(2)

(4.4.4)
(1)

(3.4.3.4)
[20] cantitruncated order-4 dodecahedral (griddoh)
(1)

(4.6.10)
(1)

(4.4.4)
(1)

(4.6.6)
Nonuniform snub rectified order-4 dodecahedral
(2)

(3.3.3.3.5)
(1)

(3.3.3)
(2)

(3.3.3.3.3)
(4)

+(3.3.3)

Irr. tridiminished icosahedron

### [(4,3,3,3)] family

There are 9 forms, generated by ring permutations of the Coxeter group:

The bitruncated and runcinated forms (41 and 42) contain the faces of two regular skew polyhedrons: {8,6|3} and {6,8|3}.

# Honeycomb name
Coxeter diagram
Cells by location
(and count around each vertex)
vertex figure Picture
0
1
2
3
Alt

{(3,3,3,4)}
(4)

(3.3.3)
- (4)

(4.4.4)
(6)

(3.4.3.4)

{(3,3,4,3)}
(12)

(3.3.3.3)
(8)

(3.3.3)
- (8)

(3.3.3.3)
40 cyclotruncated tetrahedral-cubic (cytitch)

ct{(3,3,3,4)}
(3)

(3.6.6)
(1)

(3.3.3)
(1)

(4.4.4)
(3)

(4.6.6)
41 cyclotruncated cube-tetrahedron (cyticth)

ct{(4,3,3,3)}
(1)

(3.3.3)
(1)

(3.3.3)
(3)

(3.8.8)
(3)

(3.8.8)
42 cyclotruncated octahedral-tetrahedral (cytoth)

ct{(3,3,4,3)}
(4)

(3.6.6)
(4)

(3.6.6)
(1)

(3.3.3.3)
(1)

(3.3.3.3)
43 rectified tetrahedral-cubic (ritch)

r{(3,3,3,4)}
(1)

(3.3.3.3)
(2)

(3.4.3.4)
(1)

(3.4.3.4)
(2)

(3.4.4.4)
44 truncated tetrahedral-cubic (titch)

t{(3,3,3,4)}
(1)

(3.6.6)
(1)

(3.4.3.4)
(1)

(3.8.8)
(2)

(4.6.8)
45 truncated tetrahedral-octahedral (titdoh)

t{(3,3,4,3)}
(2)

(4.6.6)
(1)

(3.6.6)
(1)

(3.4.4.4)
(1)

(4.6.6)
46 omnitruncated tetrahedral-cubic (otitch)

tr{(3,3,3,4)}
(1)

(4.6.6)
(1)

(4.6.6)
(1)

(4.6.8)
(1)

(4.6.8)
Nonuniform omnisnub tetrahedral-cubic

sr{(3,3,3,4)}
(1)

(3.3.3.3.3)
(1)

(3.3.3.3.3)
(1)

(3.3.3.3.4)
(1)

(3.3.3.3.4)
(4)

+(3.3.3)

### [(5,3,3,3)] family

There are 9 forms, generated by ring permutations of the Coxeter group:

The bitruncated and runcinated forms (50 and 51) contain the faces of two regular skew polyhedrons: {10,6|3} and {6,10|3}.

# Honeycomb name
Coxeter diagram
Cells by location
(and count around each vertex)
vertex figure Picture
0
1
2
3
47 tetrahedral-dodecahedral
(4)

(3.3.3)
- (4)

(5.5.5)
(6)

(3.5.3.5)
48 tetrahedral-icosahedral
(30)

(3.3.3.3)
(20)

(3.3.3)
- (12)

(3.3.3.3.3)
49 cyclotruncated tetrahedral-dodecahedral
(3)

(3.6.6)
(1)

(3.3.3)
(1)

(5.5.5)
(3)

(5.6.6)
52 rectified tetrahedral-dodecahedral
(1)

(3.3.3.3)
(2)

(3.4.3.4)
(1)

(3.5.3.5)
(2)

(3.4.5.4)
53 truncated tetrahedral-dodecahedral
(1)

(3.6.6)
(1)

(3.4.3.4)
(1)

(3.10.10)
(2)

(4.6.10)
54 truncated tetrahedral-icosahedral
(2)

(4.6.6)
(1)

(3.6.6)
(1)

(3.4.5.4)
(1)

(5.6.6)
# Honeycomb name
Coxeter diagram
Cells by location
(and count around each vertex)
vertex figure Picture
0,1
2,3
Alt
50 cyclotruncated dodecahedral-tetrahedral
(2)

(3.3.3)
(6)

(3.10.10)
51 cyclotruncated tetrahedral-icosahedral
(10)

(3.6.6)
(2)

(3.3.3.3.3)
55 omnitruncated tetrahedral-dodecahedral
(2)

(4.6.6)
(2)

(4.6.10)
Nonuniform omnisnub tetrahedral-dodecahedral
(2)

(3.3.3.3.3)
(2)

(3.3.3.3.5)
(4)

+(3.3.3)

### [(4,3,4,3)] family

There are 6 forms, generated by ring permutations of the Coxeter group: . There are 4 extended symmetries possible based on the symmetry of the rings: , , , and .

This symmetry family is also related to a radical subgroup, index 6, , constructed by [(4,3,4,3*)], and represents a trigonal trapezohedron fundamental domain.

The truncated forms (57 and 58) contain the faces of two regular skew polyhedrons: {6,6|4} and {8,8|3}.

# Honeycomb name
Coxeter diagram
Cells by location
(and count around each vertex)
vertex figure Pictures
0
1
2
3
56 cubic-octahedral (cohon)
(6)

(3.3.3.3)
- (8)

(4.4.4)
(12)

(3.4.3.4)
60 truncated cubic-octahedral (tucoh)
(1)

(4.6.6)
(1)

(3.4.4.4)
(1)

(3.8.8)
(2)

(4.6.8)
# Honeycomb name
Coxeter diagram
Cells by location
(and count around each vertex)
vertex figure Picture
0,3
1,2
Alt
57 cyclotruncated octahedral-cubic (cytoch)
(6)

(4.6.6)
(2)

(4.4.4)
Nonuniform cyclosnub octahedral-cubic
(4)

(3.3.3.3.3)
(2)

(3.3.3)
(4)

+(3.3.3.3)
# Honeycomb name
Coxeter diagram
Cells by location
(and count around each vertex)
vertex figure Picture
0,1
2,3
58 cyclotruncated cubic-octahedral (cytacoh)
(2)

(3.3.3.3)
(6)

(3.8.8)
# Honeycomb name
Coxeter diagram
Cells by location
(and count around each vertex)
vertex figure Picture
0,2
1,3
59 rectified cubic-octahedral (racoh)
(2)

(3.4.3.4)
(4)

(3.4.4.4)
# Honeycomb name
Coxeter diagram
Cells by location
(and count around each vertex)
vertex figure Picture
0,1,2,3
Alt
61 omnitruncated cubic-octahedral (otacoh)
(4)

(4.6.8)
Nonuniform omnisnub cubic-octahedral
(4)

(3.3.3.3.4)
(4)

+(3.3.3)

### [(4,3,5,3)] family

There are 9 forms, generated by ring permutations of the Coxeter group:

The truncated forms (65 and 66) contain the faces of two regular skew polyhedrons: {10,6|3} and {6,10|3}.

# Honeycomb name
Coxeter diagram
Cells by location
(and count around each vertex)
vertex figure Picture
0
1
2
3
62 octahedral-dodecahedral
(6)

(3.3.3.3)
- (8)

(5.5.5)
(1)

(3.5.3.5)
63 cubic-icosahedral
(30)

(3.4.3.4)
(20)

(4.4.4)
- (12)

(3.3.3.3.3)
64 cyclotruncated octahedral-dodecahedral
(3)

(4.6.6)
(1)

(4.4.4)
(1)

(5.5.5)
(3)

(5.6.6)
67 rectified octahedral-dodecahedral
(1)

(3.4.3.4)
(2)

(3.4.4.4)
(1)

(3.5.3.5)
(2)

(3.4.5.4)
68 truncated octahedral-dodecahedral
(1)

(4.6.6)
(1)

(3.4.4.4)
(1)

(3.10.10)
(2)

(4.6.10)
69 truncated cubic-dodecahedral
(2)

(4.6.8)
(1)

(3.8.8)
(1)

(3.4.5.4)
(1)

(5.6.6)
# Honeycomb name
Coxeter diagram
Cells by location
(and count around each vertex)
vertex figure Picture
0,1
2,3
Alt
65 cyclotruncated dodecahedral-octahedral
(2)

(3.3.3.3)
(8)

(3.10.10)
66 cyclotruncated cubic-icosahedral
(10)

(3.8.8)
(2)

(3.3.3.3.3)
70 omnitruncated octahedral-dodecahedral
(2)

(4.6.8)
(2)

(4.6.10)
Nonuniform omnisnub octahedral-dodecahedral
(2)

(3.3.3.3.4)
(2)

(3.3.3.3.5)
(4)

+(3.3.3)

### [(5,3,5,3)] family

There are 6 forms, generated by ring permutations of the Coxeter group: . There are 4 extended symmetries possible based on the symmetry of the rings: , , , and .

The truncated forms (72 and 73) contain the faces of two regular skew polyhedrons: {6,6|5} and {10,10|3}.

# Honeycomb name
Coxeter diagram
Cells by location
(and count around each vertex)
vertex figure Picture
0
1
2
3
Alt
71 dodecahedral-icosahedral
(12)

(3.3.3.3.3)
- (20)

(5.5.5)
(30)

(3.5.3.5)
72 cyclotruncated icosahedral-dodecahedral
(3)

(5.6.6)
(1)

(5.5.5)
(1)

(5.5.5)
(3)

(5.6.6)
73 cyclotruncated dodecahedral-icosahedral
(1)

(3.3.3.3.3)
(1)

(3.3.3.3.3)
(3)

(3.10.10)
(3)

(3.10.10)
74 rectified dodecahedral-icosahedral
(1)

(3.5.3.5)
(2)

(3.4.5.4)
(1)

(3.5.3.5)
(2)

(3.4.5.4)
75 truncated dodecahedral-icosahedral
(1)

(5.6.6)
(1)

(3.4.5.4)
(1)

(3.10.10)
(2)

(4.6.10)
76 omnitruncated dodecahedral-icosahedral
(1)

(4.6.10)
(1)

(4.6.10)
(1)

(4.6.10)
(1)

(4.6.10)
Nonuniform omnisnub dodecahedral-icosahedral
(1)

(3.3.3.3.5)
(1)

(3.3.3.3.5)
(1)

(3.3.3.3.5)
(1)

(3.3.3.3.5)
(4)

+(3.3.3)

### Other non-Wythoffians

There are several other known non-Wythoffian uniform compact hyperbolic honeycombs, and it is not known how many are left to be discovered. Two have been listed above as diminishings of the icosahedral honeycomb {3,5,3}.[6]

In 1997 Wendy Krieger discovered an infinite series of uniform hyperbolic honeycombs with pseudoicosahedral vertex figures, made from 8 cubes and 12 p-gonal prisms at a vertex for any integer p. In the case p = 4, all cells are cubes and the result is the order-5 cubic honeycomb.[6]

Another two known ones are related to noncompact families. The tessellation consists of truncated cubes and infinite order-8 triangular tilings . However the latter intersect the sphere at infinity orthogonally, having exactly the same curvature as the hyperbolic space, and can be replaced by mirror images of the remainder of the tessellation, resulting in a compact uniform honeycomb consisting only of the truncated cubes. (So they are analogous to the hemi-faces of spherical hemipolyhedra.)[6][7] Something similar can be done with the tessellation consisting of small rhombicuboctahedra , infinite order-8 triangular tilings , and infinite order-8 square tilings . The order-8 square tilings already intersect the sphere at infinity orthogonally, and if the order-8 triangular tilings are augmented with a set of triangular prisms, the surface passing through their centre points also intersects the sphere at infinity orthogonally. After replacing with mirror images, the result is a compact honeycomb containing the small rhombicuboctahedra and the triangular prisms.[8]

Another non-Wythoffian was discovered in 2021. It has as vertex figure a snub cube with 8 vertices removed and contains two octahedra and eight snub cubes at each vertex.[6] Subsequently Krieger found a non-Wythoffian with a snub cube as the vertex figure, containing 32 tetrahedra and 6 octahedra at each vertex, and that the truncated and rectified versions of this honeycomb are still uniform. In 2022, Richard Klitzing generalised this construction to use any snub as vertex figure: the result is compact for p=4 or 5 (with a snub cube or snub dodecahedral vertex figure respectively), paracompact for p=6 (with a snub trihexagonal tiling as the vertex figure), and hypercompact for p>6. Again, the truncated and rectified versions of these honeycombs are still uniform.[6]

### Summary enumeration of compact uniform honeycombs

This is the complete enumeration of the 76 Wythoffian uniform honeycombs. The alternations are listed for completeness, but most are non-uniform.

Index Coxeter group Extended
symmetry
Honeycombs Chiral
extended
symmetry
Alternation honeycombs
H1 ${\displaystyle {\bar {BH}}_{3}}$
[4,3,5]
[4,3,5]
15 | | | |
| | | |
| | | |
[1+,4,(3,5)+] (2) (= )
[4,3,5]+ (1)
H2 ${\displaystyle {\bar {J}}_{3}}$
[3,5,3]
[3,5,3]
6 | | | | |
[2+[3,5,3]]
5 | | [2+[3,5,3]]+ (1)
H3 ${\displaystyle {\bar {DH}}_{3}}$
[5,31,1]
[5,31,1]
4 | | |
[1[5,31,1]]=[5,3,4]
(7) | | | | | | [1[5,31,1]]+
=[5,3,4]+
(1)
H4 ${\displaystyle {\widehat {AB}}_{3}}$
[(4,3,3,3)]
[(4,3,3,3)] 6 | | | | |
[2+[(4,3,3,3)]]
3 | | [2+[(4,3,3,3)]]+ (1)
H5 ${\displaystyle {\bar {K}}_{3}}$
[5,3,5]
[5,3,5]
6 | | | | |
[2+[5,3,5]]
3 | | [2+[5,3,5]]+ (1)
H6 ${\displaystyle {\widehat {AH}}_{3}}$
[(5,3,3,3)]
[(5,3,3,3)] 6 | | | | |
[2+[(5,3,3,3)]]
3 | | [2+[(5,3,3,3)]]+ (1)
H7 ${\displaystyle {\widehat {BB}}_{3}}$
[(3,4)[2]]
[(3,4)[2]] 2 |