# Is there a $4$-regular planar self-complementary graph with $9$ vertices and $18$ edges?

Recently, a user asked for the construction of regular self-complementary graphs.

I found the graph consisting of the hamilton-circles

$$1-5-8-3-9-6-2-4-7-1$$ and $$1-3-5-2-9-4-8-7-6-1$$ with $9$ vertices and $18$ edges,but it is not planar.

I searched some more graphs with $9$ vertices and $18$ edges, which are both $4$-regular and self-complementary, but none of them was planar.

So my question :

• Is there a $4$-regular planar self-complementary graph with $9$ vertices and $18$ edges ?

According to my calculations in sage, there are 16 4-regular graphs on 9 vertices, of which only one is planar. The planar graph is the line graph of the complement of $C_6$, and it is not self-complementary.