As a shorthand I've named fingerings with the “pseudo-register” fingering and then the “lower” fingerings below each dyad - e.g. "RE" - "R" designating the register key (thumbhole left open) combined with the lower part of the fingering for E.
All fingering diagrams here are generated using Bret Pimentel's indispensable Fingering Diagram Builder.
Notation is generated using the VexFlow open source notation project.
Many of these multiphonics also appear in other resources, including the excellent work of Heather Roche, Jack Liang, and the foundational New Directions for Clarinet by Phillip Rehfeldt. For Liang and Roche, I've referred to the original numbering from their charts. For Rehfeldt, the first part of the number refers to the section of his Bb multiphonic chart, while the second part refers to the location of the fingering withing that section. E.g. 3.12 refers to the 12th fingering within section 3. See the About page for links to these other sources.