This is my second original Tangle to be drawn out as instructions. It has been submitted to www.tanglepatterns.com, but has not yet been accepted.
The tangle is named for Margaret Morley, a noted NZ shell collector (see "Shells on Show" article) and has done much research on NZ ostracoda (see example article).
The tangle represents no particular species or genera of ostracoda, but shows some general features.
What Ostracoda look like:
Margaret S. Morley - Associate Emerita of Auckland War Memorial Museum
"During 22 years as a volunteer Research Associate in the Museum’s Marine Department, Margaret Morley has made a huge contribution to the value and knowledge base of the Museum’s natural science collections. She has catalogued over 3000 specimens, identified nearly 8500 specimen lots, and participated in over 900 field trips around New Zealand. Molluscs collected during her trips to such places as the Kermadec, Sub-Antarctic and Chatham Islands have been added to the Auckland Museum Marine collections." (Image from Stuff.co.nz's article on the Auckland Museum, shown here with paua shells rather than ostracods - but similar shape!)