Using my newly devised naming nomenclature, Bandita's Beauty's litter have acquired some names.
The calico one who died Easter morning had the most interesting pattern, of course. She had an inverted black pyramid over her nose, and was a lovely distribution of orange and black spots on a white background. Her name, BB's Inverted Pyramid, was, therefore, a no-brainer.
Not to be far outdone, the other calico, whose white background covers a bit wider area, has a black spot the size of a No. 2 pencil's circumference on the side of one eye. At present, it is approximately the same size as the eye. Needless to say, she is now BB's Black Eye.
One of the tortoise shell females is the squealer of the bunch. She is marked quite a bit like her mother, and is as yet unnamed. Squealer may be what she earns, should she not outgrow it.
The last tortoise is very dark. She has tiny white dots around her eyes, creating a reverse raccoon style black mask in white. Hers is not as well-defined. She is a pretty close match to BS Freckles, with larger orange patches on her front half. She is therefore called BB White Mask.
The yellow and white male is also still nameless.