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    FTDNA's haplotree for R1b-L21

    There are now 1,459 distinct branches on the haplotree at FTDNA. There are several thousand more SNPs that are phylogenetic equivalents.

    To view it you have to log in to your FTDNA account and click on the "Haplotree & SNPs" gray button. We've had requests to make it easier to view so I copy, paste and reformat their tree into a spreadsheet format and keep it up dated here (about once a week.)
    http://tinyurl.com/R1b-L21-Tree-Outline

    For those who don't have spreadsheets, here is a .PDF print of that spreadsheet.
    http://tinyurl.com/R1b-L21-Tree-Outline-pdf

    Position-anc-der details, synonyms and equivalents are shown in the right most columns.
    Last edited by TigerMW; 10-20-2016 at 05:52 PM.

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    We've crossed over the 1,700 line and now have 1,701 branches on the R1-Z290>L21 tree. Those branches are represented by 6,218 SNPs.

    http://rebrand.ly/R1b-L21-Outline-Tree-pdf

    http://rebrand.ly/R1b-L21-SNP-Details-pdf


    Quote Originally Posted by Mikewww View Post
    There are now 1,459 distinct branches on the haplotree at FTDNA. There are several thousand more SNPs that are phylogenetic equivalents.

    To view it you have to log in to your FTDNA account and click on the "Haplotree & SNPs" gray button. We've had requests to make it easier to view so I copy, paste and reformat their tree into a spreadsheet format and keep it up dated here (about once a week.)
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    Position-anc-der details, synonyms and equivalents are shown in the right most columns.

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