The lanceolate form of Windust or Lind Coulee. A medium to large size, thin, double pointed lanceolate blade with convex sides. The basal end is usually a little more rounded than the tip. Flaking is to a median ridge with a very thin to medium thin cross-section. Stem sides are heavily ground for hafting. Previously known as part of the Cordilleran Cascade group, it was usually identified as a willow leaf

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