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
0Johnson, D.L. 1978. Cenozoic Radiolaria from the Eastern Tropical Atlantic, DSDP, Leg 41. In Lancelot, Y., Seibold, E., et al., 1977. Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, Volume 41: Washington (U.S. Government Printing Office), pp. 763-789.prior to 201093090
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 Anthocyrtoma sp.
1 Artophormis barbadensis
2 Artophormis gracilis
3 Calocyclas asperum
4 Calocyclas hispida
5 Calocyclas turris
6 Calocycletta acanthocephala
7 Calocycloma ampulla
8 Calocycloma costum
9 Cannartus prismaticus
10 Carpocanistrum azyx
11 Centrobotrys petrushevskayae
12 Cryptoprora ornata
13 Dicolocapsa microcephala
14 Dorcadospyris quadripes
15 Dorcadospyris triceros
16 Eusyringium fistuligerum
17 Eusyringium lagena
18 Histiastrum martinianum
19 Lithochytris archaea
20 Lithochytris vespertilio
21 Lithocyclia angusta
22 Lithocyclia aristotelis
23 Lithocyclia crux
24 Lithocyclia ocellus
25 Lithomitra docilis
26 Lophochytris jacchia
27 Lychnocanoma babylonis
28 Lychnocanoma bellum
29 Phormocyrtis embolum
30 Podocyrtis ampla
31 Podocyrtis ampla fasciolata
32 Podocyrtis chalara
33 Podocyrtis coronatus
34 Podocyrtis diamesa
35 Podocyrtis goetheana
36 Podocyrtis mitra
37 Podocyrtis papalis
38 Podocyrtis sinuosa
39 Rhopalocanium ornatum
40 Sethochytris triconiscus
41 Stylosphaera coronata coronata
42 Theocampe amphora
43 Theocampe armadillo
44 Theocampe bassilis
45 Theocampe mongolfieri
46 Theocampe pirum
47 Theocampe urceolus
48 Theocapsomma sp.
49 Theocorys spongoconus
50 Theocotyle cryptocephala cryptocephala
51 Theocotyle ficus
52 Theocotyle tuberosa
53 Theocotyle venezuelensis
54 Theocyrtis tuberosa
55 Thyrsocyrtis bromia
56 Thyrsocyrtis hirsuta robusta
57 Thyrsocyrtis hirsuta tensa
58 Thyrsocyrtis rhizodon
59 Thyrsocyrtis tetracantha
60 Thyrsocyrtis triacantha
sample
set
33.16375.70RCRRFFRC5_9_0cm930
33.24376.84FRF6_1_134cm930
33.3377.60CRRFRRC6_2_60cm930
33.39378.74FRRF6_3_24cm930
33.54380.70CRRRC6_4_70cm930
33.66382.27CRRC6_5_77cm930
33.75383.52CFRRC6_6_52cm930
33.76383.60CRRRFC6_9_0cm930
33.96386.24FRF7_1_124cm930
34.04387.38CRFFC7_2_88cm930
34.14388.64CFFC7_3_64cm930
34.24390.02CFC7_4_52cm930
34.34391.27FRRF7_5_27cm930
34.38391.75CRRRRC7_9_0cm930
34.78397.02FRRF8_2_102cm930
34.87398.31FFF8_3_81cm930
34.95399.35FRFTF8_4_35cm930
34.95399.35CRFC8_9_0cm930
35.35404.58FR9_1_58cm930
35.47406.12CCRCTC9_2_62cm930
35.68408.87CFRCRCF9_4_37cm930
35.75409.90RRFCRFFR9_9_0cm930
36.06413.91FFCRCR10_1_41cm930
36.18415.48RRFCFCR10_2_48cm930
36.3417.10RRCRCFFRCR10_3_60cm930
36.4418.36RFCCFCFFFR10_4_36cm930
36.51419.88RRCFCFCR10_5_38cm930
36.62421.25RFCCCFCFFF10_6_25cm930
36.72422.60RCRRFFF10_9_0cm930
36.77423.30RRTRCRCCFFCF11_1_30cm930
37.52433.16RRFCCFFR12_1_66cm930
37.61434.39RRRRRFCFCFCFCCFCRC12_2_39cm930
38.21443.44RRFRRCRCFCFCRC13_1_144cm930
38.25444.17RRCRRCCFFCRRFR13_2_67cm930
38.33445.40RRRRCFFFRFCRRRR13_9_0cm930
38.36445.79RFRRCFRRRRCRRFRC13_3_79cm930
38.73451.50FRFCFFRFCCFRF14_1_0cm930
38.86453.47FRCFFRFCRRF14_2_47cm930
38.99455.59FRFCFRCRFCFRF14_3_109cm930
39.05456.47CRRRCFFFRRRRRRR14_4_47cm930
39.17458.24FCFFFCRFFFRCRCF14_5_74cm930
39.18458.40RFFRCFFRCRCR14_9_0cm930
39.37461.40RRCFRRCFFRRFFFCC15_1_40cm930
39.47462.93RRRFRFRFFF15_2_43cm930
39.55464.10RCFFFRFFRC15_9_0cm930
40.07472.20FRFFRFRFRR16_2_20cm930
40.17473.68RCFFCFFRRCC16_3_18cm930
40.17473.70FRRCRFCRFFCFFRC16_9_0cm930
40.61480.50RRRRRRR17_9_0cm930
41.87499.93RRFFRRFR19_1_93cm930
41.88500.10RFFRFRRRFRR19_9_0cm930
42.54510.35RRFTRRFRRRRRFR20_9_0cm930
43.12519.28RRRRRRFRF21_1_128cm930
43.15519.75RRRFRRRRR21_2_25cm930
43.27521.50RFRFFRRRFR21_9_0cm930
43.28521.66FRFFRFRRFFF21_3_66cm930
43.69527.94RFFFRRRRFFF22_1_44cm930
43.8529.70TRRRTRRR22_2_70cm930
43.85530.50FRFFFRRRFF22_9_0cm930
44.32537.78RFFRRRFF23_1_78cm930
44.41539.13RFFRRFFR23_2_63cm930
44.47540.10RRFFRRFFTFR23_9_0cm930
45.59550.47RFFFRRRFFR24_3_97cm930
45.69551.38RCRCFFCFR24_4_38cm930
45.69551.40RRFFRTRFTFRRR24_9_0cm930
46.39557.80FDRTFRRFR25_9_0cm930
46.43558.23RRRCCFRRFCR25_2_73cm930
47.47567.80RCCFRRFCRRR26_2_80cm930
47.56568.70FFFFFFRRFRR26_9_0cm930
47.6569.07FFRRRRRR26_3_57cm930
48.3575.52FFRFFRR27_1_52cm930
48.5577.35RFRCFRCCCFRR27_2_85cm930
48.67578.94FCFRCRCF27_3_94cm930
48.81580.20FFFRFRR27_4_70cm930
48.94581.46FTFRFRRFRRR27_5_46cm930
49.4585.67RRRRR28_1_117cm930
49.54586.98RRRRR28_2_98cm930
49.69588.38FRRRFFFR28_3_88cm930
49.83589.51FRRRFR28_4_51cm930
50.01590.76RRFFRFRR28_5_26cm930
50.05591.00RRFFRF28_9_0cm930
50.59594.69FRFFR29_1_69cm930
50.81596.20RRRRR29_2_70cm930
51.04597.72FFFF29_3_72cm930
51.22598.99FRRFF29_4_49cm930
51.35600.00RRRFF29_9_0cm930
51.88604.10RRTRTTRTT30_9_0cm930
53.3615.12RRFRRR31_2_62cm930
53.68618.08RRFRRFR31_4_58cm930
53.75618.60RRFRFR31_9_0cm930


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.