The Dog design is a very common motif of Borneo, and has many variations within the different tribes.
Udo Asu are traditional Kayan Borneo tattoos of dog designs (Kayan). These designs are from tatu-blocks in the Sarawak Museum.
Designed for the thigh of a man.
This is a double dog design for the outside of a man's thigh.
Barawan and Kenyah modification of the dog design, known as "hook" (kowit) pattern. From a tatu block in the Sarawak Museum (No. 1054-63)
A native Dayak tribe of Borneo, Iban formerly the Sea Dayak have multiple variations of the dog design,
and have also manipulted the design into a new motif, the scorpion or kala.
is for the thigh, arm or breast of a man. From a tatu block in the Sarawak Museum
, also known as the "prawn pattern" is a variation of the Kenyan
Uma Balubo;tribe unknown.