Olmos tools (each row shows both sides of a single artifact) are the smallest “distally beveled” tool form in the region. They, too, appear to have functioned mainly as woodworking tools. And many appear to have been made from recycled bifaces, such as triangular dart points. The most obvious example in this image is the specimen in the 3rd row, which is made on an alternately beveled biface, such as a recycled Tortugas dart point. Riley Collection, TARL.