This is a type named by Marion Heimlich for the Flint River in north-central Alabama, not the Georgia river of the same name. We do not know anyone in Georgia that has used this type name.
Named by John Worth from excavations at the Fig Springs site in north-central Florida. Related to Tucker Ridge Pinched, but the pinching is not in ridges for Grassy Hole Pinched. Part of the Suwannee Valley series as defined by Worth.
This type was originally named by Gordon Willey for the Florida Gulf Coast. Named after the Tucker site, 8Fr4, in Franklin County, Florida.