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razyn
12-04-2016, 03:41 AM
This topic has been kicked around several times, but usually starting off with one or another of the large subclades. I want to have a more general thread here (and not specifically about the Z198 SNP Pack at FTDNA), primarily in order to announce that there is a new kid on the block. As of tonight the putatively early branches, close to the Z198 "trunk" (formerly CTS4188, L165 and ZS312 -- or whatever equivalents one prefers), have a brother in PH1909. And the tiny group that was Z198* has become just a bit tinier, with the loss (to the new group) of HG00112. http://www.ytree.net/DisplayTree.php?blockID=187&star=false

PH1909 has been listed on YBrowse for a couple of years, from the Hallast et al (2014) paper, but its place on the haplotree has not been identified (there) as below Z198.

mammothR1
12-25-2019, 11:56 PM
��*♂️ Checking in as Z198* for future updates. Pending PH1909 & CTS7079 results...