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CreekSide

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Both of these were found in 2022 in the same creek on the same gravel bar. They have a strange notch on the stem. Shallow notches but enough to see. I’ve looked at all surrounding states even Georgia where I found them. Both are thin. I really can’t decide on the type but am leaning towards Stanly. I’ve found 3 types that might match but I could be totally wrong. What’s your opinion?
 

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antmike915

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Both are nice, I really like the left one. No clue on types. Hopefully some one here will be able to ID them; I'm curious to know as well.
 

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CreekSide

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Both are nice, I really like the left one. No clue on types. Hopefully some one here will be able to ID them; I'm curious to know as well.
I think the left one might be a Limestone and the right one an unusual Stanly. Both types are a first type for me. The Stanly is only worked along the edges and base they must of been in a hurry
 

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