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.

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Depth min: Depth max:
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nReference source date set rows
0Nishimura, A. (1992). Paleocene radiolarian biostratigraphy in the northwest Atlantic at Site 384, Leg 43, of the Deep Sea Drilling Project. Micropaleontology, 317-362.prior to 201023233
1Sanfilippo, A. & Nigrini, C. 1998. Upper Paleocene-Lower Eocene Deep-Sea Radiolarian Stratigraphy and the Paleocene/Eocene Series Boundary. In Aubry, M.-P. et al (Eds), Late Paleocene - early Eocene climatic and biotic events in the marine and terrestrial records. Columbia University Press, New York, 244-276.prior to 201023626
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 Amphicraspedum murrayanum
3 Amphicraspedum murrayanum cf.
4 Amphicraspedum prolixum
5 Amphicraspedum prolixum aff.
6 Amphipternis sp. cf. Stichomitra (?) alamedaensis
7 Anthocyrtis (?) mespilus aff.
8 Anthocyrtoma (?) frizzelli
9 Anthocyrtoma (?) frizzelli
10 Aspis murus
11 Aspis velutochlamydosaurus
12 Axoprunum pierinae
13 Bathropyramis scalaris
14 Bekoma (?) demissa demissa
15 Bekoma (?) demissa robusta
16 Bekoma (?) oliva
17 Bekoma (?) oliva
18 Bekoma (?) oliva (q)
19 Bekoma bidartensis
20 Bekoma campechensis
21 Bekoma divaricata
22 Bekoma helenae
23 Buryella clinata
24 Buryella pentadica
25 Buryella tetradica
26 Buryella tetradica (q)
27 Calocycloma castum
28 Cassideus mariae
29 Cladococcus (?) nakasekoi
30 Cladococcus (?) nakasekoi
31 Clathrocycloma (?) catherinea
32 Clathrocycloma (?) catherinea
33 Clathrocycloma capitaneum
34 Clathrocycloma parcum
35 Clathropyrgus (?) grandifenestra
36 Clathropyrgus (?) grandifenestra
37 Clathropyrgus (?) grandifenestra (q)
38 Cromyechinus pycnopora
39 Cromyomma nodosa cf.
40 Cromyomma riedeli
41 Dendrospyris fragoides
42 Dendrospyris fragoides (q)
43 Dendrospyris golli
44 Dendrospyris golli (q)
45 Dictyocephalus middouri
46 Dictyocephalus sp.
47 Dictyophimus (?) constrictus
48 Dictyophimus (?) okadai
49 Dictyophimus (?) sp. aff. Pterocodon campana
50 Dictyophimus (?) sp. aff. Pterocodon campana
51 Dictyoprora urceolus
52 Diplocyclas pseudobicorona pseudobicorona
53 Diplocyclas pseudobicorona teres
54 Diploplegma (?) somphum aff.
55 Dorcadospyris (?) platyacantha group
56 Eucyrtidium montiparum
57 Heliostylus spp.
58 Hexacontium palaeocenicum
59 Histiastrum quaternarium
60 Lamptonium (?) colymbus
61 Lamptonium fabaeforme constrictum
62 Lamptonium fabaeforme fabaeforme
63 Lamptonium pennatum
64 Lipmanella spp.
65 Liriospiris insulae
66 Lithocyclia ocellus cf.
67 Lithomespilus (?) mendosa
68 Lithomitra docilis
69 Lophocyrtis (?) pseudojacchia
70 Lophocyrtis (?) pseudojacchia
71 Lophocyrtis (?) pseudojacchia (q)
72 Lophocyrtis biaurita
73 Lychnocanoma (?) costata
74 Lychnocanoma (?) pileus
75 Lychnocanoma (?) pileus
76 Lychnocanoma anacolum
77 Lychnocanoma auxilla
78 Lychnocanoma auxilla (q)
79 Orbula comitata
80 Orbula discipulus
81 Perichlamydium spirale aff.
82 Peritiviator (?) dumitricai
83 Peritiviator (?) dumitricai
84 Phacostaurus (?) quadratus
85 Phacostaurus (?) quadratus
86 Phormocyrtis striata exquisita
87 Phormocyrtis striata exquisita (q)
88 Phormocyrtis striata praexquisita
89 Phormocyrtis striata striata
90 Phormocyrtis turgida
91 Phormocyrtis turgida (q)
92 Pleuropodium (?) tortuosum
93 Podocyrtis (?) papalis aff.
94 Podocyrtis (?) papalis aff.
95 Podocyrtis acalles
96 Podocyrtis papalis
97 Pseudostaurosphaera (?) perelegans aff.
98 Pterocanium (?) gigas
99 Pterocanium (?) procerum
100 Pterocodon (?) poculum
101 Pterocodon (?) tenellus aff.
102 Pterocodon poculum
103 Pterocodon tenellus
104 Pterocyrtidium (?) borisenkoi
105 Pterocyrtidium (?) borisenkoi
106 Pterocyrtidium genriettae
107 Saturnalis circularis cf.
108 Saturnalis trochoides aff.
109 Spongatractus balbis
110 Spongodiscus americanus
111 Spongodiscus cruciferus
112 Spongodiscus cruciferus group
113 Spongodiscus phrix
114 Spongodiscus quartus bosoculus
115 Spongodiscus quartus quartus
116 Spongomelissa adunca
117 Spongopyle insolita group
118 Spongurus (?) irregularis
119 Spongurus (?) irregularis
120 Spongurus (?) regularis
121 Spongurus (?) regularis
122 Stichocampe (?) caia
123 Stichocampe (?) magnacornus
124 Stylatractus sp.
125 Stylosphaera charlestonensis
126 Stylosphaera coronata coronata
127 Stylosphaera coronata macrosphaera
128 Stylosphaera goruna
129 Stylotrochus alveatus
130 Stylotrochus nitidus
131 Suttonium riedeli cf.
132 Tetrapyle spp.
133 Theocorys (?) acroria aff.
134 Theocorys (?) phyzella cf.
135 Theocorys (?) phyzella cf.
136 Theocorys acroria
137 Theocotyle nigriniae
138 Theocotylissa auctor
139 Theocotylissa ficus
140 Theopodium (?) sp. aff. Pterocanium sphinx
141 Theopodium (?) sp. aff. Pterocanium sphinx
142 Theopodium sp. aff. Lychnocanium carinatum
143 Thyrsocyrtis (?) annikae
144 Thyrsocyrtis (?) annikae
145 Thyrsocyrtis hirsuta
146 Tripocalpis cassidus
147 Tripocalpis simplex
148 Velicucullus palaeocenica
149 Xiphospira circularis
sample
set
51.792.93MRRMRFVFRFRVRRMRVF5_3_93cm236
51.9193.42RRRRFRRF+RRR+MR5_3_142cm236
54.3898.99+RRRR+A+VAR+VAPPPPRRPPRRARCPAPRRRCRRVAVAVAVAR+RPPRRVAVAPAVAVACRR+RCCVA+VA6_1_39cm232
54.5499.34++FVFCVFRRRMRVRR+F6_1_74cm236
55.05100.49ARPRCVARRPVA+PRPPC+CRCPCPVARVAVAVACRRRPRC+CCCCCVAVACRCPRCCPPVARVA6_2_39cm232
55.5101.99RPRPRVAPPPVARPPRRRRR+ARCVARPPPPRVAVAVAPRR+VARRRVAVARVAVACRVARCCVARVA6_3_39cm232
55.59102.43+RFFCFRRMRVRMRF6_3_83cm236
55.63102.62+RF+C+RFRMRVR6_3_102cm236
55.89103.94+RRPPPRPVARRCVARCC+CRPPPR+ARVAPC+RVARPRRVAAA+VARRRRVA+PVAVARRPCVAVACRVARCCPPVARA6_4_84cm232
55.91103.99RRFRCFRFRMRVRMRF6_4_89cm236
56.89108.84RPRVAPVARRR+CRRC+ARAPRRPC+RPPVACCVARR+RC++PCCPCVACRRPCCRRRR7_1_84cm232
57.05109.63RFRCFVRRRVRFF7_2_13cm236
57.11109.89RRRPVAPVAR++PRR+CR+CRCCPRCCRRVACCVARRP+C+PPVAVARRVACAAAVA+C7_2_39cm232
57.13110.02+FRCFVRRRVRR7_2_52cm236
57.41111.39+P++PC++VARRVA+++R++VARA+CPRRRCRRRVA++PCRRPRPPRRRCCRCCVARCRRRAAVARR7_3_39cm232
57.72112.89PPPVA+CRVAP++P+PAA+CRRPVA+PRRPVA+PP+RPRRP++PPPCCPVARVACAAPPVARR7_4_39cm232
57.82113.41+VRVFCVRCRR7_4_91cm236
58.02114.39RPPVA+RRPVACVAVARRVAP+CRCCVARRRVAVARPP++PRP+RRCC+CCVAVAR+VAVARRVARC7_5_39cm232
58.32115.87+++R+CRRR+++RPPPVARCRCPA+RRRPPPC++CRRRRAAAVAARVAVAVARA7_6_37cm232
58.38116.12+VRFVFCMRVRFRRRR7_6_62cm236
58.49116.69RFVFCMRVRFR+VF7_6_119cm236
58.62117.30PR++R+PPCPVAVA+++RRRAPPRCCPRRPRPRCRPPVA++RPRRRRRRCCCVACRVAVARRCRVA7_99_0cm232
58.78118.11PPPPR+RRRVARVAVAR+CRCRPRCVARCCVACR+PRP+PCVACAVAVARRVAPA8_1_81cm232
59119.21PPPRRVAVAVAPCRCPRCRCRRCVAP+PPRRAARVAVRRRVAVAPPCPP8_2_41cm232
59.01119.25MRVFFMRVRFR+8_2_45cm236
59.14119.88CFFMRVRFRF8_2_108cm236
59.15119.94MRFMRVFVF8_2_114cm236
59.31120.71PPRRVAVAVARRPPRRPRPRRCVA+RPPPRCCCCCVACVARVAVARRRR8_3_41cm232
59.61122.17+++8_4_37cm232
59.64122.328_4_52cm236
59.66122.458_4_65cm236
59.91123.67R+CCVARVARR+RPRCPRRVARRAVAV+RVACPRRRRP8_5_37cm232
60.06124.38FFCRFR8_5_108cm236
60.07124.43+R8_5_113cm236
60.57126.90++++++++8_99_0cm232
60.65127.27VAVAVARCPRPPPPRR+CPPVAPP++RAVAARR++P9_1_37cm232
60.82128.15RP9_1_125cm236
60.95128.77RRRARCRRPRPRVAPPAAP9_2_37cm232
61.08129.42FC+R9_2_102cm236
61.26130.27RRRVAVAACVAPPRRCRRPPR+CPPVARR++RRCVAARR+CC9_3_37cm232
61.35130.74FFF+RR9_3_84cm236
61.56131.77CVAVAAVAVA++RRPCCP+RVAPPCCVARRRAVAVVAVACCCRRVA9_4_37cm232
61.7132.43FRR+VR9_4_103cm236
61.87133.27RVAVAACVA++RRP+PCRPPRVARRRRRRRCPPRRCRVAVAARCCRRR9_5_37cm232
61.91133.46FMRRRRR9_5_56cm236
61.93133.59FRRR9_5_69cm236
62.17134.77P+CCVACVAPP++RRP+++VACRCRR++CCPPRCPVAVAAVARRPPCCP+9_6_37cm232
62.5136.40CCCVAVARRP+++PPVACPCCRRRRVAVAVAA+CRVAVARRRPRRP+9_99_0cm232
62.62136.97RCCCVAVAVA++RRP+VACPPVARCRRCCCCAAPVAR+PPAVARPAAPCCP10_1_57cm232
62.69137.30FMRMR10_1_90cm236
62.74137.55RRRRR10_1_115cm236
62.93138.47RPR++RVAVAPPRRP++PPCCRCPRCVAVAPPRPAA+PRVA++PPCCVACVARVAVAARR+10_2_57cm232
63.2139.79P+CCCRVAVARRAPAPPPPPPVAACPRCVAVA+RRRVAVAPC+ARRRCCAVAVARRCCR10_3_39cm232
63.5141.29PRPCVAVACVAVARR++AVAR+PRPPAARRCVAVAPCCPRCCPRPPCPRRRCCRVAVAVAPCCRVAVAPR10_4_39cm232
63.81142.79RRPVAVAVAVAAARRVAVAVARPPPAARRRRRRRCRVAVACPPRCPRRVAVAVAVAVA+CCRVAVAPR10_5_39cm232
64.11144.29RC+++RVAVAPRC++CACPPPPPRRVAVARVAVAARCC10_6_39cm232
64.67147.01CC+++++PPC+PVAVARRRRRR+P+RCCCCRAARPRRRPVAVARP11_1_131cm232
64.97148.51PP++++RRRP+PPVARPP++PPR+PPPRRRR+P++++11_2_131cm232
65.28150.01++++++++++11_3_131cm232


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.