Traditional Dome Motif Source. First, all diagrams below are plan views of the traditional muqarnas dome (animation). Second, individual motifs are indicated in color.
 
The Ray motif is currently the only motif that does not have a right and left handed version. Right and left handed symmetry is known mathematically as chirality or enantiomorphism. It’s unknown whether other motifs derived from the traditional muqarnas dome share the non-chirality of the Ray motif. Furthermore, the Ray motif expands a traditional dome with two distinct elements. These ‘rays’ diverge in the lower, larger tiers (layers). The other known motifs have only single elements. There may be more non-chiral motifs. There are certainly more chiral motif pairs.
 
The Crescent motif shows the ‘left’ and ‘right’ handed versions on alternate tiers of the expanded dome, both in the images and the animation. This may be the most attractive way to use such chiral motifs.
 
Finally, there are animations of expanded muqarnas domes for both the Ray and Crescent motifs.

Motifs with Rendered Images and Animations

Ray Motif
Ray Motif

Ray Motif Dome Expansion (animation)
Ray Motif Dome Expansion

Crescent Motif
Crescent Motif

Crescent Motif Dome Expansion (animation)
Crescent Motif Dome Expansion

Motif with Rendered Images

Flame Motif
Flame Motif

Flame Motif Dome Expansion
Flame Motif Dome Expansion

Zigzag Motif
Zigzag MotifZigzag page

Zigzag Motif Staircase
Zigzagr Motif StaircaseZigzag Motif Staircase page

A Few More Motifs with only Plan Diagrams

Angle Motif
Angle Motif

Lightning Motif
Lightning Motif

Zipper Motif
Zipper Motif

Snake Motif
Snake Motif

Jagged Motif
Jagged Motif