Quote Originally Posted by Gosh View Post
May you offer some sources, please?
Not that I know exactly what zanipolo is referring to, but it's possible that he's noticing an L69 in a study other than the L69 that defines I2a1b1. It's a very volatile SNP, and even helps define IJK as L69.1(=G). It also occurs in R1b-L21 and others. It only defines I2a1b1 in its L69.2(=T) form.