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.
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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 yet80
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 Coccolithus pelagicus
1 Sphenolithus moriformis
2 Pyrocyclus orangensis
3 Discoaster deflandrei
4 Reticulofenestra gartneri
5 Reticulofenestra daviesi
6 Coronocyclus nitescens
7 Cyclicargolithus floridanus
8 Helicosphaera euphratis
9 Helicosphaera intermedia
10 Cyclicargolithus abisectus
11 Helicosphaera granulata
12 Triquetrorhabdulus carinatus
13 Helicosphaera kamptneri
14 Triquetrorhabdulus milowii
15 Discoaster adamentus
16 Pontosphaera japonica
17 Calcidiscus leptoporus
18 Cyclolithella rotula
19 Helicosphaera ampliaperta
20 Sphenolithus belemnos
21 Dictyococcites perplexus
22 Discoaster exilis
23 Reticulofenestra pseudoumbilica
24 Rhabdosphaera clavigera
25 Rhabdosphaera stylifer
26 Sphenolithus heteromorphus
27 Coccolithus miopelagicus
28 Discoaster challengeri
29 Calcidiscus macintyrei
30 Triquetrorhabdulus rugosus
31 Discoaster kugleri
32 Catinaster coalitus
33 Discoaster bellus
34 Catinaster calyculus
35 Discoaster bollii
36 Discoaster brouweri
37 Discoaster calcaris
38 Discoaster hamatus
39 Discoaster neohamatus
40 Discoaster prepentaradiatus
41 Discoaster triradiatus
42 Pontosphaera syracusana
43 Discoaster loeblichii
44 Discoaster neorectus
45 Discoaster variabilis
46 Discoaster pentaradiatus
47 Discoaster berggrenii
48 Discoaster quinqueramus
49 Discoaster surculus
50 Amaurolithus delicatus
51 Amaurolithus primus
52 Amaurolithus tricorniculatus
53 Amaurolithus amplificus
54 Ceratolithus acutus
55 Helicosphaera sellii
56 Oolithus antillarum
57 Syracosphaera pulchra
58 Ceratolithus cristatus
59 Ceratolithus rugosus
60 Ceratolithus telesmus
61 Discoaster tamalis
62 Discoaster asymmetricus
63 Pseudoemiliania lacunosa
64 Umbilicosphaera sibogae
65 Umbilicosphaera mirabilis
66 Syracosphaera histrica
67 Gephyrocapsa caribbeanica
68 Gephyrocapsa oceanica
69 Emiliania huxleyi
70 Reticulofenestra doronicoides
71 Reticulofenestra doronicoides
72 Thoracosphaera sp.
sample
set
0.010.70RRRFA1_1_70cm
0.134.30RRRRRRCCCR1_3_130cm
0.247.30RFRRFRRCCFR1_5_130cm
0.278.10FFRFRFFRRRAARR2_1_30cm
0.3811.08FFFRRFRRAARR2_3_28cm
0.4312.53FFRFFFRRRCARR2_4_23cm
0.4814.00FCRFRFFFRRFCARR2_5_20cm
0.5114.69FCFFRFFFRFCAFF2_9_0cm
0.5415.55FCRFRFFFRFCAFF2_6_25cm
0.8926.38FCFFRFFFAARR3_9_0cm
0.9428.10FFFCFRRRRARAFF4_1_130cm
1.0532.35FCFCFFRFFRCFCC4_9_0cm
1.0833.50FCFCFFFCFCFF4_5_70cm
1.1335.00FCFCFFRRCRFCC4_6_70cm
1.2539.25RFRCFRFRCC5_2_145cm
1.3843.73RRCRRRRRFCC5_5_143cm
1.4144.78RRRCFFRFRRFRCC5_9_0cm
1.7155.35FFCCRRRFRRCCC7_1_5cm
1.858.35CCRFCFFRFCRCC7_3_5cm
1.8459.85CCFFRFFRFFRRAFCC7_4_5cm
1.9362.85CCCCFFFFRRAFF7_6_5cm
1.9964.93CCCCFFFFRAFCC7_9_0cm
2.0767.85FFFFCRFRCFF8_3_5cm
2.1169.35CFFRFCRRRFCC8_4_5cm
2.1670.85CFRFRFCRRRCRCC8_5_5cm
2.272.35CFRRFCRRRRFFF8_6_5cm
2.2373.39CRRFCRRRRFCC8_9_0cm
2.5181.85CRRCCRRRRRFAA9_6_5cm
2.5482.62CRRRCCRRRRFRAA9_9_0cm
2.5883.85CRFCCRRRRRRRCC10_1_5cm
2.6986.85FRRRFFRRRRRRFCC10_3_5cm
2.7989.85CRRCFRFRRRRCC10_5_5cm
2.8992.44CRRRCFRFRRRRRCC10_9_0cm
3.19101.18FRRFRFFCRRRRCC11_9_0cm
3.3104.14FFRFFFRRRRFF12_1_134cm
3.31104.40CRRRRCFRFRRFCC12_9_0cm
3.46108.85FFRRCFRFRRRRCC12_5_5cm
3.52110.35RRFRFFFRRRRCC12_6_5cm
3.59112.45FFRRFFFRRRFAA13_1_15cm
3.66114.55RRRRFCFRFRRRCC13_2_75cm
3.72116.05FRFFFCRRRRCC13_3_75cm
3.87120.55RRCFRFRFFRRRCC13_6_75cm
3.91121.75FCRRRFFFRFRRRRAA13_9_0cm
4.02124.85FRCRFFFFFRRRAA14_3_5cm
4.07126.35RCRRFCFFFRRAA14_4_5cm
4.13127.85RCFFCRRCFRFRRCC14_5_5cm
4.24130.08RCRFRCFCRFRRRAA14_9_0cm
4.57136.90FARRFCFFRRAA15_4_110cm
4.65138.58FAFRRFRCCRCFRRRRCC15_9_0cm
4.87143.10FRAFFCRFFFFRRRAA16_2_80cm
5.01146.10FARFCCFRCFRRCC16_4_80cm
5.09147.60RCFFCCRFFFRRRAA16_5_80cm
5.14148.74FCRFCFRFRFRRFRAA16_6_44cm
5.15148.97FCRFRCRCRFRFRRRRFF16_9_0cm
5.6158.20FCFFCRFFFFRRAA17_9_0cm
8.64180.26FAFFCFRFFRFRAA20_1_146cm
8.99182.55FACFFFRRRRFRRRCC20_3_75cm
9.08183.15FCFFFFFFRRFRR20_3_135cm
9.89188.50RCFFFRFCRFRRRRRRRRRRC20_9_0cm
10.53192.70FFFFCFFRRRRFRF21_3_140cm
10.55192.82FRFFFCFARRFRRFRFRF21_9_0cm
11.51199.14RRFAFFFF22_1_134cm
11.76200.75FFRRFFARRFRR22_2_145cm
11.88201.55FRRFFRAFRRCF22_3_75cm
12.33204.54FRRRFCFAFFFFCFCR22_9_0cm
12.44205.25FRFCFAFFFFFFFF22_5_145cm
13.42211.70FRRFFAFRRFCR23_3_140cm
13.61212.94FCFFFCRRC23_4_114cm
13.83214.40FAFFFFCRRF23_5_110cm
14.03215.71FRRACRRCRR23_9_0cm
14.46218.52FFFFCCFFFFFR24_2_22cm
14.61219.48CRFFCRRCFCCRF24_9_0cm
16.06229.05FFCRARRFFRFAF25_2_125cm
22.31233.60FRCCRARFFFRFCRF25_5_130cm
22.35234.15FRACRRAFRFRFC25_9_0cm
22.48235.80CFRACRFARRRFR26_9_0cm


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 White/no shading - non-standard taxon and so there is no predicted age-range.