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Thread: How can L682 and CTS2272 belong to separate O haplogroups when Big Y says I'm both?

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    How can L682 and CTS2272 belong to separate O haplogroups when Big Y says I'm both?

    Hi I've got a question. In the yellowish table from this Korean link the blogger claims that L682 belongs to O2b1b, while CTS2272 belongs to O3a2c1c1a. How can this be? My Big Y results indicated that I'm positive for both CTS2272 and L682. So how can I belong to both O2b1b and O3a2c1c1a? Also, I thought L682>CTS2272
    http://m.blog.naver.com/rlarladudtnr/220735747982
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    I might have mistaken CTS682 for L682. Indeed, my FTDNA Y DNA profile says I am CTS2272. So I am assuming I am CTS682>CTS2272, since I am positive for both on my Big Y results page, which does not even list L682.

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