Serrations of beaks blunt and peglike, moderately developed on both beaks, but slightly stronger on lower one.
The serrations of the glandless leaves are very strikingly different from those on a leaf with glands.
The serrations tend to be more nearly crenulate than cuspidate.
Moreover, not one of the three shows the serrations on the side plates which characterise the species under consideration.
Retouch along the blade edges often resulted in serrations and/or beveling.
The edges are shaped by fine, regular, secondary flaking, which often resulted in serrations and beveled blade edges.
These serrations may appear the full length of the blade near the basal end or near the distal end.
Collateral or random flaking was used to retouch the sides of the blade faces to a near median ridge resulting in serrations.
The serrations are the result of the removal of regular flakes from the edge of alternate faces.
Serrations on the blade edges are finely executed as opposed to deeper serrations on the Kirk Serrated projectile point.