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Thread: SNP Tracker. H1bm not a descendant of H1b?

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    Y-DNA haplogroup
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    SNP Tracker. H1bm not a descendant of H1b?

    The SNP tracker (http://scaledinnovation.com/gg/snpTracker.html) proposes the following mutation stages for H1b:

    H > H1 > H-T16189C! > H1b

    For H1bm, the sequence given is :

    H > H1 > H1bm (the H-T16189C! > H1b segment expected in between H1 and H1bm is not there)

    I always thought that H1bm was a subclade of H1b (just like R1b is a subclade of R1). Apparently not.

    So... question: Does the SNP Tracker use shortcuts that I am not aware of? Or is H1bm not a descendant, but rather some "sister clade" of H1b?

    Grateful in advance to anyone who can help.
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    OK... no need to bother.

    I found the answer there (which is where I should have looked in the first place - stupid me): http://www.phylotree.org/tree/R0.htm
    Last edited by hrvclv; 05-06-19 at 23:50.

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