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    P312 > ZZ11 > DF27 > ZZ12 > ZZ19,ZZ20,(x L195) >

    There is an interesting post on the R1b-DF27 and P312 message boards:
    https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/.../messages/1986
    Maybe a new division between Z195/196 and the rest of DF27.

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    Last edited by Mike McG; 10-08-2014 at 10:50 PM. Reason: L-195 to Z195

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike McG View Post
    There is an interesting post on the R1b-DF27 and P312 message boards:
    https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/.../messages/1986
    Maybe a new division between L-195/196 and the rest of DF27.

    Mike McG
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    Alex's post is very interesting.

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    When you say L-195/196, are you referring to Z195/Z196? I see something like that, in what Alex posted. And I also see L195 there. I think there are some typos involved, anyway I hope so.

    In any case, if it stands, it's another excellent argument against use of the old R1b2bippity-boppity-boo terminology (which will need an extra character way upstream, somewhere).

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    Quote Originally Posted by razyn View Post
    When you say L-195/196, are you referring to Z195/Z196? I see something like that, in what Alex posted. And I also see L195 there. I think there are some typos involved, anyway I hope so.

    In any case, if it stands, it's another excellent argument against use of the old R1b2bippity-boppity-boo terminology (which will need an extra character way upstream, somewhere).
    Razyn

    I think I was definitely in error when I copied L195 from line Alex's email and changed it to be xL195/196. I think it probably should have been Z195 although many of the Z195+ individuals in BigY are also L165+. In any case, I have edited my post above but do not know how to edit the title. Can an Admin do that?

    Mike McG

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