I am wondering about this specific type of truss in particular, any links to further source information and images regarding this particular geometry would be much appreciated.
There are a variety of names for these, but they all have a similar theme:
- Laced strut/tie
- Lattice or Batten bracing
- Lattice truss
- Lattice Girder
I'm sure you get the idea. These were popular in the 19th/early 20th Century before the development of more efficient/cost effective structural sections such as Structural Hollow Sections, castellated beams, etc.
One paper which discusses the analysis of such elements is available here.
Trusses, struts, braces...
The engineering question is usually is it in tension or compression .
As for examples you could check out roofing designs as well as some of the old wooden ships - in some countries ship builders did roofs : all they did was invert the structure.
Quadrangular Trough Warren.
I googled "names for truss frame configurations" for you: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/f7/3a/8c/f73a8c855f1f4669903fe9d866ddc0d8.jpg