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From: Vince Tilroe <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Draft Y tree
Date: Sun, 14 Nov 2010 23:08:19 -0700
References: <FA5C1879-77A5-4B7D-A011-A0392CF9D139@gmail.com>
In-Reply-To: <FA5C1879-77A5-4B7D-A011-A0392CF9D139@gmail.com>


According to FTDNA's Draft Y tree for Haplogroup R at
http://ytree.ftdna.com/index.php?name=Draft&parent=8819763 :

R1b1b (FTDNA & ISOGG 2010) a.k.a. R-P297 may be re-mapped to R1b1a
R1b1c (FTDNA & ISOGG 2010) a.k.a. R-M335 may be re-mapped to R1b1b
R1b1a (FTDNA & ISOGG 2010) a.k.a. R-V88** may be re-mapped to R1b1c

**R-M18 was sitting at R1b1c but gets bumped down below R-V88 to R1b1c1

Thus R-M269 (currently R1b1b2) may become R1b1a2. I must admit that I
don't understand the rational for this re-mapping proposal since none of
the three R1b1 sub-trees has actually moved relative to each other, so
I'm assuming it is simply the result of an error in the last update.

Of course, this is only a draft tree proposal and may not necessary
reflect the direction that FTDNA / the YCC intends to go with regards to
the aforementioned hierarchal labelling. Did the new haplogroup posters
given out at the FTDNA2010 conference reflect this update at all?

Vince T.

On 2010-11-14 6:56 PM, Wilcox Lisa wrote:
> Is it just me, or has R1b1b2 vanished, apparently to be replaced by arcane R1a variants? If so, what does that mean for mankind?
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> Lisa
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