Alternative combination: Australca grandis
Synonyms: Alca antiqua Marsh 1870, Catarractes antiquus Marsh 1870, Uria antiqua Marsh 1870
Full reference: P. Brodkorb. 1955. The avifauna of the Bone Valley Formation. Florida Geological Survey Report of Investigations 14:1-57
- Alca grandis: Brodkorb 141, a limb element (right coracoid). Its type locality is American Agricultural Chemical Company, Brodkorb Locality 2, which is in a Barstovian coastal sandstone in the Peace River Formation of Florida.
- Alca antiqua: Its type locality is Tarborough, which is in a Pliocene marine horizon in North Carolina.
Distribution: found only at American Agricultural Chemical Company, Brodkorb Locality 2
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