This is a medium to large auriculate lanceolate with a flattened to thin elliptical cross section. The blade is recurvate, curving in at the tip with a constricting waist and flaring back out towards the base. The base is concave. The base is commonly thinned and grinding is seen on the hafting region. This point has a random flaking pattern. was a distinguished anthropologist and Curator Emeritus of the Florida Museum of Natural History. He was dedicated to identifying and typing projectile points from Florida. This point was named in a professional publication and is professionally a widely recognized type. This is a valid type.