Named after the Crystal River site, 8Ci1, in Citrus County, Florida by Gordon Willey in 1949.
Deep incisions and dot punctuations with red pigment applied in zones not filled with fields of punctuations on sand-tempered pottery. The paste is the same as Crystal River Incised. Designs include horizontal bands ad curvilinear rosettes. Known vessel forms include composite-silhouette jars and cylindrical beakers.