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    as per this copy of an article , . Where does this place IJand K for diversity

    Here are the results of calculating Simpson's E index value for European Y-chromosome data taken from Europedia ( http://www.eupedia.com/europe/europe...logroups.shtml ):

    Largest diversity:

    Turkey 0,717309
    Macedonia 0,557973
    Thessaly 0,517920
    Albania 0,510934
    Austria 0,496179
    Bulgaria 0,485343
    Greece 0,466723
    Hungary 0,460978
    South Italy 0,445692
    Romania 0,438251
    Czech Republic 0,425496
    Serbia 0,419657
    Sicily 0,411929
    Cyprus 0,403551
    Sardinia 0,363822
    East Germany 0,355897
    Slovenia 0,355821
    North Germany 0,352361
    Crete 0,347512


    Medium diversity:

    Central Italy 0,337655
    Estonia 0,333600
    Slovakia 0,328666
    Germany 0,321440
    Switzerland 0,319836
    West Germany 0,316496
    South Germany 0,307135
    Croatia 0,299168
    Sweden 0,296270
    Russia 0,293738
    Ukraine 0,289553
    Norway 0,288976
    Italy 0,283688
    Belarus 0,282821
    Bosnia-Herzegovina 0,281318
    Denmark 0,267910
    Auvergne 0,266454
    Bashkirs 0,262199
    Latvia 0,258238


    Lowest diversity:

    Lithuania 0,251953
    Netherlands 0,249389
    Cantabrians 0,247721
    North Italy 0,247592
    Iceland 0,246257
    Poland 0,231433
    Portugal 0,227858
    Andalusians 0,221808
    Belgium 0,215666
    France 0,210093
    Finland 0,194841
    Galicians 0,185474
    England 0,175411
    Spain 0,171857
    Scotland 0,153370
    Ireland 0,131726
    Brittany 0,128279
    Wales 0,122757
    Basques 0,111326

    So Turkey looks most diverse and then the Balkan region (Greece, Macedonia, Albania, Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia ) followed by Central Europe (Austria , Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovenia). Also South of Italy and Mediterranean islands are one of the most diverse places of Europe in this respect. Also North and East Germany belong to this most diverse group.

    The least diverse regions are European peripheries: Basque region, British Isles, Iberia, Finland (but not Scandinavia except Iceland), Lithuania, Poland, but also France, the Low Countries and North Italy.


    Least diverse would mean less types of migration arriving
    Father's Mtdna H95a1
    Grandfather Mtdna T2b24
    Great Grandfather Mtdna T1a1e
    GMother paternal side YDna R1b-S8172
    Mother's YDna R1a-Z282

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    Just to point out the recent Y-Chromosome study on Iranian populations actually found some men who would be classed as "Haplogroup IJ*" (M429+, negative for all subclades). Dienekes posted about this study on his blog.

    http://dienekes.blogspot.ie/2012/07/...iation-in.html

    Puts a bit of hole in Savant argument.

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    1 out of 1 members found this post helpful.
    Just received my FTDNA Big Y result and my new haplogroup is IJK-L15???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ataneojr1 View Post
    Just received my FTDNA Big Y result and my new haplogroup is IJK-L15???
    A very rare haplogroup indeed. It split from other branches of Eurasian haplogroups some 50,000 years ago. You are the first person I know of who belongs to that branch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maciamo View Post
    A very rare haplogroup indeed. It split from other branches of Eurasian haplogroups some 50,000 years ago. You are the first person I know of who belongs to that branch.
    I messaged them to Confirm it because according to an Expert I should be Ydna P-P295 and there could be a misreading of the result???
    so we shall see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ataneojr1 View Post
    I messaged them to Confirm it because according to an Expert I should be Ydna P-P295 and there could be a misreading of the result???
    so we shall see.
    I have No idea what and how this works but it has gone from P-P295...to P....then on FTDNA to K-M9...to IJK-L15...now it is P-BY49600??? I guess that's the real One.

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    YFULL currently has it at K2B

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