The diagrams are collected from TesseLace.com, resulting from Ph.D research on Algorithmically designed lace tessellations by Veronika Irvine.
varilinks in the captions lead to distorted variations of the pattern that are still bound to a grid. In turn these patterns link to the same page as the
diagrlinks lead to a page where you can choose stitches an toggle threads colors. On slow devices like tablets and phones it might take quite a while for the page to appear.
Note that the choice to put a pattern in a group may be arbitrary, duplicating too many in multiple groups would make the page too slow.
You might need to change some angles and distances to recognize a ground. See this animation and how to achieve the effect.
Virgin alias Rose and bias variations
See also the Droste page, a twist more or less at the first step or alternating stitches in one or two directions and you have another variation.
Fish and Lotus variations
see also MAE-gf
Mixed, shifted under and angle and/or with swim lanes. More under others, even mixed with spiders.