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:
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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 yetprior to 201086432
1Takemura, A., 1992. Radiolarian Paleogene biostratigraphy in the southern Indian Ocean, Leg 120. In Wise, S.W., Jr., Schlich, R., et al., Proc. ODP, Sci. Results, 120: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 735–756.prior to 201087461
2Abelmann, A., 1992. Early to middle Miocene radiolarian stratigraphy of the Kerguelen Plateau, Leg 120. In Wise, S.W., Jr., Schlich, R., et al., Proc. ODP, Sci. Results, 120: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 757–783.prior to 201087523
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 Actinomma holtedahli
1 Actinomma medusa
2 Amphistylus angelinus
3 Amphistylus angelinus (q)
4 Axoprunum bispiculum
5 Axoprunum bispiculum (q)
6 Axoprunum pierinae
7 Axoprunum pierinae (q)
8 Botryopyle dictyocephalus
9 Botryopyle dictyocephalus (q)
10 Carpocanarium papillosum
11 Ceratocyrtis stigi
12 Clathrocyclas universa
13 Corythomelissa horrida
14 Corythomelissa horrida (q)
15 Cycladophora bicornis
16 Cycladophora bicornis (q)
17 Cycladophora conica
18 Cyrtocapsella robusta
19 Cyrtocapsella robusta (q)
20 Dendrospyris stabilis
21 Dendrospyris stabilis (q)
22 Dicolocapsa microcephala
23 Dicolocapsa microcephala (q)
24 Dictyoprora mongolfieri
25 Dictyoprora pirum
26 Dictyoprora pirum (q)
27 Diplocyclas sp.
28 Eucyrtidium cheni n.sp.
29 Eucyrtidium cheni n.sp. (q)
30 Eucyrtidium spp.
31 Eucyrtidium spp. (q)
32 Eusyringium fistuligerum
33 Heliostylus sp.
34 Lamprocyclas sp.
35 Lithapium anoectum
36 Lithapium anoectum (q)
37 Lithomelissa challengerae
38 Lithomelissa challengerae (q)
39 Lithomelissa robusta
40 Lithomelissa sp.
41 Lithomelissa sp. (q)
42 Lithomelissa sphaerocephalis
43 Lithomelissa sphaerocephalis (q)
44 Lithomelissa tricornis
45 Lithomelissa tricornis (q)
46 Lophoconus titanothericeraos
47 Lophoconus titanothericeraos (q)
48 Lophocyrtis biaurita
49 Lophocyrtis biaurita (q)
50 Lychnocanoma amphitrite
51 Lychnocanoma conica
52 Lychnocanoma conica (q)
53 Periphaena decora
54 Periphaena heliasteriscus
55 Prunopyle frakesi
56 Prunopyle hayesi
57 Prunopyle haysi
58 Prunopyle haysi (q)
59 Prunopyle tetrapila
60 Sethocyrtis sp.
61 Sethocyrtis sp. (q)
62 Siphocampe acephala
63 Siphocampe nodosaria
64 Spongodiscus craticulatus
65 Spongopyle osculosa
66 Spongotrochus sp.
67 Stylosphaera coronata laevis
68 Stylosphaera radiosa
69 Theocyrtis tuberosa
70 Velicucullus altus
71 Zygocircus butchli
72 Zygocircus butchli (q)
sample
set
23.0367.0542403311330599_1_45cm874
23.0667.20RFRRFFTRFRTRRRRT8_9_0cm875
23.3368.55910100170103236109_2_45cm874
23.6270.051722020336PP10075629_3_45cm874
24.7171.55502331009P554409_4_45cm874
25.0573.0510002820000024015109_5_45cm874
25.474.55211023P100181719_6_45cm874
25.7476.052112500003101271719_7_45cm864
25.8576.553180010001312010_1_45cm874
26.2378.0510110211200931010_2_45cm874
26.5279.55100110001P01431010_3_45cm874
26.781.050014PP0P000090016110_4_45cm874
26.8982.55000427010000000240311110_5_45cm874
27.0784.0542001030013101222132110_6_45cm874
27.3286.0511000011001300020080011_1_45cm874
27.587.5503023021110005011_2_45cm874
27.6989.054P016000103000231011_3_45cm874
27.8790.551220700P000110112P11_4_45cm874
28.0992.0591653001301P0241011_5_45cm874
28.3693.55100040121701314P1920211_6_45cm874
28.8395.050100113102004P2100211_7_45cm874
28.9995.5500P0P050010P0160121112_1_45cm874
29.4797.05P211401114000380810012_2_45cm874
29.9498.55100012100340130150012_3_45cm874
30.2100.05711P100040220306112_4_45cm874
30.42101.5530402170440P08P012_5_45cm874
30.64103.052308P00001002001P53012_6_45cm874
30.86104.5551P101601101P718012_7_45cm874
30.93105.057818P123501111P163013_1_45cm874
31.15106.5515415010P131031P101511113_2_45cm874
31.37108.051015142P5022215004116013_3_45cm874
31.59109.55141002112132333101231013_4_45cm874
31.81111.05211241130161641049213_5_45cm874
32.03112.559101111425067087013_6_45cm874
32.25114.0582331102107095010727113_7_45cm874
32.32114.556271111192790029240014_1_45cm874
32.54116.059181900440070214_2_45cm874
32.76117.5575112P80013414_3_45cm874
32.98119.053433P50P4138014_4_45cm874
33.2120.5526291141271114_5_45cm874
33.42122.05P244001PP80014614_6_45cm874
33.71124.0511519010P96873P415_1_45cm874
33.93125.55131100P012801236015_2_45cm874
34.15127.05235010903445115_3_45cm874
34.37128.55817100P122652015_4_45cm874
34.59130.0523191019041015_5_45cm874
35.03133.0511219P0P011606215_7_45cm874
35.11133.5521713P0P06361P16_1_45cm874
35.33135.05611P3P310016_2_45cm874
35.55136.552617P0P01P4116_3_45cm874
35.77138.0521724P52116_4_45cm874
35.99139.5552021PP44316_5_45cm874
36.21141.051724116_6_45cm874
36.43142.5521531103116_7_45cm874
36.5143.0542356P164P17_1_45cm874
36.72144.55P217111017_2_45cm874
36.94146.05P31006513117_3_45cm874
37.16147.55127200001111417_4_45cm874
37.82152.05364721148618317_7_45cm874
38.55157.051241002030014P42P483P18_4_45cm874


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.