I was looking around the subclades of R1b, and I was intrigued by haplogroup R1b1a2a1a1b2b (L176.2) and its 2 subclades, R1b1a2a1a1b2b1 (SRY2627) and R1b1a2a1a1b2b2 (L165).
SRY2627 is found primarily in the eastern and central Pyrenees, and in lower frequencies in Iberia in general (see map). It is also found occasionally in the rest of Western and Central Europe (of note may be Bavaria, with 3%).
On the other hand, L165 is found primarily in Sweden and Scotland (especially the Outer Hebrides).
What I find most interesting L176.2 is that, being a relatively deep haplogroup, its 2 subclades are concentrated in these rather distant locations. Maciamo places its origins at 4,200 BP in Northeast Spain/Southwest France, but I would disagree at least in the location (due to L165 being in Sweden and Scotland). What do you think?
Edit: I seem to have confused Maciamo's charts, where its states "highest frequency" I mistook it for "place of origin". Still, I am very much interested in the origin of this subclades. Again, I apologize for my blunder, hehe...