Each mode's symmetry is denoted as ^{d}I, it has a degeneracy d, and transforms as an irrep I of the Skyrmion's symmetry group. We use the notation of Cotton. Character tables may be found here.
The zero modes are translations, rotations and isorotations. These decompose as ^{3}T_{1u}, ^{3}T_{1g} and ^{3}T_{2g} respectively.
Freq.  Symmetry  Description/Notes  Visualization 

0.32  ^{5}H_{g}  Two opposite faces pull away from the center of the Skyrmion. 

0.38  ^{5}H_{u}  The energy density concentrates around an edge. Asymptotically this becomes the edge of a B=4 Skyrmion. The opposite side of the Skyrmion becomes a B=3 torus. 

0.47  ^{3}T_{2u}  Two nearby faces pull away from the center. The remaining energy density forms a long hat on the opposite side of the Skyrmion. Asymptotically, it is pulling out 3 tori and leaving a 1Skyrmion behind. 

0.54  ^{4}G_{u}  The dodecahedron contains five cubes. Here, a single cube is deformed while retaining tetrahedral symmetry. 

0.73  ^{1}A_{g}  The breathing mode. 

0.76  ^{3}T_{1u}  A dipole breathing mode. 

0.84  ^{4}G_{g}  This is the mode described by Singer and Sutcliffe. Asymptotically, six individual Skyrmions travel along the Cartesian axes towards one at the origin. They form the dodecahedron then become a cube. Our deformation is not large enough to reach the cubic structure. The dodecahedron contains five cubes and so there are naively five of these modes. However, they are linearly dependent as the sum of all five modes is trivial. 

0.91  ^{5}H_{g}  Similar to the 0.32 mode, but physically due to breathing. 

0.94  ^{4}G_{u}  A nontrivial outofphase isorotation which retains the tetrahedral symmetry of one of the dodecahedron's cubes. 

1.01  ^{4}G_{g}  Another nontrivial outofphase isorotation which retains the tetrahedral symmetry of one of the dodecahedron's cubes, but in a different way than the 0.94 ^{4}G_{u} mode. 
Notes
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