Very rare. A long slender lanceolate form exhibiting a uniform profile that is very thin with straight edges; stem edge grinding is short (similar to Cody Complex) and basal grinding is present; pressure flaking is superb and serial, parallel oblique. Note: This type was first identified years ago as Yuma and later changed to Allen, Angostura and other types. Recently it has been determined that this type is unique and different enough to have its own distinct name which has been proposed by Jeb Taylor. Named for Perry Anderson who found the first well known example.

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