A medium to large size, lanceolate, eared form that is usually fluted on both faces. The fluting and flaking technique is an advanced form as in Folsom, with the flutes usually extending the entire length of the blade. Bases are ground on all examples. An unfluted variant which is thicker than Beaver Lake has been found. This point is scarce everywhere and has been reproduced in large numbers.

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