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Supplementary Fig. 1. Light microscope images of some Eocene–Oligocene calcareous nannofossils from the NKK-1 borehole. The Eocene–Oligocene Transition in Nanggulan, Java: lithostratigraphy, biostratigraphy and foraminiferal stable isotopes

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posted on 19.05.2021, 11:48 by Helen K. Coxall, Tom Dunkley Jones, Amy P. Jones, Peter Lunt, Ian MacMillan, Gayatri I. Marliyani, Christopher J. Nicholas, Aoife O'Halloran, Emanuela Piga, Prihardjo Sanyoto, Wartono Rahardjo, Paul N. Pearson
Supplementary Fig 1. A selection of middle Eocene to lower Oligocene light microscope images of some biostratigraphically useful calcareous nannofossils (and others) from the NKK-1 borehole, central Java. Figs. 1 & 2. Reticulofenestra reticulata (Fig. 1, reproduced from *, Pl. 1, fig. 38; and **, Pl. 1, fig. 1). Fig. 2 reproduced from *, Pl. 1, fig. 44 and **, Pl. 1, fig. 8), Figs. 3 & 4. R. nanggulanensis (reproduced from Jones & Dunkley Jones (2020) Pl. 1, fig 40-41), Fig. 5. R. bisecta (reproduced from **, Pl. 1 fig. 32), Fig. 6. R. umbilicus (reproduced from **, Pl. 1, fig. 35), Fig. 7. Coccolithus pelagicus (reproduced from *, Pl. 1, fig. 12; and **, Pl. 2, fig. 3), Fig. 8. C. formosus (reproduced from *, Pl. 1, fig. 16; and **, Pl. 2, fig. 23), Figs. 9, 27 & 28. Reticulofenestra isabellae, (Fig. 9, reproduced from *, Pl. 1, fig. 9; and of **, Pl. 1, fig. 45; Fig 27 reproduced from *, Pl. 1, fig. 10; and of **, Pl. 1, fig. 46; Fig 28 reproduced from *, Pl. 1, fig. 11; and **, Pl. 1, fig. 47). Fig. 10. Calcidiscus bicircus (reproduced from **, Pl. 3, fig. 12) Fig. 11. Umbilicosphaera bramletti, Fig. 12. U. detecta, (reproduced from **, Pl. 3, fig. 19) Figs. 13 & 14. Discoaster saipanensis, Figs. 15 & 16. D. barbadiensis, (Fig. 15, reproduced from **, Pl. 6, fig. 3; Fig. 16, reproduced from **, Pl. 6, fig.6), Figs. 17 & 18. Clausicoccus subdistichus, (Fig. 17, reproduced from **, Pl. 3, fig. 1; Fig. 18 reproduced from **, Pl. 3, fig. 4), Figs. 19 & 20 Sphenolithus obtusus, (Fig. 19, reproduced from *, Pl. 1 fig. 31; and **, Pl. 6, fig. 29; Fig. 20, reproduced from *, Pl. 1 fig. 32; and **, Pl. 6, fig. 30), Figs. 21 & 22. S. akropodus, (Fig. 21, reproduced from *, Pl. 1 fig. 33; and **; Pl. 6, fig. 41; Fig. 22, reproduced *, Pl. 1 fig. 34; and **, Pl. 6, fig. 42), Figs. 23 & 24. S. tribulosus, (Fig. 23, reproduced from *, Pl. 1 fig. 35; and ** Pl. 6, fig. 35; Fig. 24, reproduced from *, Pl. 1 fig. 36; and ** Pl. 6, fig. 36), Figs. 25 & 26. Chiasmolithus grandis, (Fig. 25, reproduced ** Pl. 2, fig. 45; Fig. 26, reproduced ** Pl. 2, fig. 44). Sample information recorded under each image pertaining to each species. Where an image is a rotation of the same specimen as the preceding image, the sample information is not replicated. The same applies to different specimens that are the same species. * Jones et al., (2019); ** Jones & Dunkley Jones (2020).

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