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.

Fossil Group:
Names for columns:
Sort order
Age min: Age max:
Depth min: Depth max:
Core min: Core max:
Species min: Species max:
highlight duplicate rows?:
nReference source date set rows
0Lohman, W.H. 1986. Calcareous Nannoplankton Biostratigraphy of the Southern Coral Sea, Tasman Sea, and Southwestern Pacific Ocean, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 90: Neogene and Quaternary. In Kennett, J. P., von der Borch, C. C, et al., Init. Repts. DSDP, 90: Washington (U.S. Govt. Printing Office), 763-793.prior to 201081442
If more than one reference is listed then the set column can be used to identify which data rows come from which reference.

0 Coccolithus pelagicus
1 Sphenolithus moriformis
2 Discoaster deflandrei
3 Helicosphaera carteri
4 Calcidiscus leptoporus
5 Umbilicosphaera cricota
6 Discoaster exilis
7 Reticulofenestra pseudoumbilica
8 Sphenolithus neoabies
9 Coccolithus miopelagicus
10 Calcidiscus macintyrei
11 Triquetrorhabdulus rugosus
12 Discoaster kugleri
13 Sphenolithus abies
14 Catinaster coalithus
15 Discoaster bellus
16 Catinaster calyculus
17 Discoaster brouweri
18 Discoaster hamatus
19 Discoaster neohamatus
20 Discoaster variabilis

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.