Tabulate Neptune Occurrences from a Site

NB To get the correct list of sites you may need to set fossil group and run search, then choose site.
Charts can be very large,and a large screen is useful, you can, however, reduce both depth and width of chart by selecting a limited set of samples.
Copying to excel: if you want to have a table in excel then simply copy and paste. This will work with most browsers, and most spreadsheet programs.

Site:
Fossil Group:
Names for columns:
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Age min: Age max:
Depth min: Depth max:
Core min: Core max:
Species min: Species max:
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nReference source date set rows
0not identified yet20
1Lazarus, David B; Pallant, Amy (1989): Oligocene and Neogene radiolarians from the Labrador Sea: ODP Leg 105. In: Srivastava, SP; Arthur, M; Clement, B; et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 105, 349-3803792015-06-2254620
If more than one reference is listed then the set column can be used to identify which data rows come from which reference.





Age(Ma)mbsf
0
1
2 ? Amphitholus sp. A
3 ? Cenosphaera mariae?
4 ? Cenosphaera oceanica
5 ? Collosphaera sp.
6 ? Cystophormis brevispina
7 ? Dicolocapsa microcephala
8 ? Lithatractus timmsi
9 ? Porodiscus spp.
10 Actinomma sp. C
11 Actinomma spp. B
12 Anomalacantha dentata
13 Arachnosphaera sp.
14 Botryostrobus joides
15 Botryrostrobus joides
16 Calocyclas? semipolita
17 Calocycletta sp.
18 Cannobotryidae spp.
19 Cannobotryidae spp.
20 Cenosphaera sp. A
21 Cenosphaera sp. D
22 Ceratocyrtis mashae
23 Cornutella spp.
24 Corythospyris sp.
25 Cycladophora sp. B
26 Cycladophora tetracantha
27 Cyclampterium pegetrum (q)
28 Cyrtocapsella sp. B group A
29 Cyrtocapsella sp. B group B
30 Cyrtocapsella sp. C
31 Cyrtopera laguncula
32 Dictyophimus sp.
33 Dictyoprora amphora (q)
34 Dorcadospyris sp.
35 Druppatractus hastatus
36 Eucyrtidium sp. A
37 Heliodiscus sp.
38 Lamprocyclas sp.
39 Lamprocyclas sp. group
40 Lithelius sp. (q)
41 Lithomelissa sp. B
42 Lithomelissa? sp. A
43 Lithomelissa? sp. A
44 Nassellaria sp. 1
45 Nassellaria sp. 1
46 Nassellaria sp. 3
47 Nassellaria sp. 3
48 Nassellaria sp. 5
49 Nassellaria sp. 5
50 Nassellaria sp. 7
51 Nassellaria sp. 7
52 Nassellaria sp. 8
53 Nassellaria sp. 8
54 Peridium spp. (group of species)
55 Peripyramis spp.
56 Prunopyle ? sp. A
57 Prunopyle ? spp. C
58 Prunopyle sp. B
59 Pterocanium sp. A
60 Siphocampe acephala
61 Siphocampe sp. A
62 Siphocampe sp. B
63 Sphaeropyle sp.
64 Sphaerostylus cristatus
65 Sphaerostylus rosetta
66 Spongocore sp.
67 Spongodiscus spp.
68 Spumellaria sp. 1
69 Spumellaria sp. 1
70 Spumellaria sp. 2
71 Spumellaria sp. 2
72 Stichocorys sp. A
73 Stylatractid sp. E
74 Stylatractid sp. E
75 Stylatractid sp. G
76 Stylatractid sp. G
77 Tetrapyle ? spp.
78 Trissocyclid sp. A
79 Trissocyclid sp. A
80 Trissocyclid sp. B
81 Trissocyclid sp. B
82 Trissocyclid sp. C
83 Trissocyclid sp. C
84 Trissocyclid sp. D
85 Trissocyclid sp. D
86 Velicucullus sp.
sample
set
26.82137.062115_2_16cm
26.82137.0614222X4261XX111444X141112662215_2_16cm546
26.95139.0522S115_3_65cm
26.95139.0561628221X65266428618116144415_3_65cm546
27.5147.14S4S2221316_2_54cm
27.5147.1441X3174X4X1X56XX1X2282135223353488181136288XX2331122XX16_2_54cm546
28.39160.182124112317_4_88cm
28.39160.184171X461112264X512841421141841712363366217_4_88cm546
28.79166.066211621136541122181431122123851461246221442111118_2_78cm546
28.81166.38131142418_2_78cm
29.7179.4521333S11762319_4_115cm
29.7179.45462113362314423453332338XX311362211222211322882762623622114664222233119_4_115cm546
30.33188.84261142161120_4_84cm
30.33188.8412212X4236111652121448222116222222428461112211442222220_4_84cm546
30.84196.23242311442121_3_13cm
30.84196.23121113X424426423123238131662222442242634742143325511322221_3_13cm546
32.29217.55362212211562323_4_75cm
32.29217.552212442431632112662121281211272222222211454641552162342211466113111123_4_75cm546
32.59226.715316122361524_4_31cm
32.59226.71632223X55321332666212212128322622111122624826362615611333775221124_4_31cm546
32.86238.573722623125_5_107cm
32.86238.57216X3372112666522682262211112264164613151111662221125_5_107cm546
33.37261.1528_1_105cm
33.37261.1511128_1_105cm546
33.44264.1228_3_102cm
33.44264.1212128_3_102cm546
33.92285.58S30_5_18cm
33.92285.58X230_5_18cm546
34.03290.3231_1_132cm
34.03290.3223431_1_132cm546
34.24299.4932_1_89cm
34.24299.49X2114132_1_89cm546
34.48310.06S33_2_26cm
34.48310.06XXXXXXXXXXXX21XXX33_2_26cm546


Colour coding: this is based on comparing the standard range of the taxon (from the mikrotax database) with the age of the sample (from the Neptune database).
Pink shading - the sample age is too young for the taxon; any occurrences are shown in red - and may be due to reworking.
Green shading - the sample age is correct for the taxon to occur
Grey shading - the sample is too old for the taxon; any occurrences are shown in magenta - these may be due to misidentifications, changing species concepts, downhole contamination or White/no shading - non-standard taxon and so there is no predicted age-range.