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    African hominem diversity and the origin of our species



    See:
    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-019-11213-w.pdf

    It's a morphological analysis.


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    strange the Irhoud skull is not included
    neither are the Chinese homo erectus

    despite the very old age of the San branch, their Y-DNA diversity is very low

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    Quote Originally Posted by bicicleur View Post
    strange the Irhoud skull is not included
    neither are the Chinese homo erectus
    Irhoud I was one of the specimens included in the analysis (see Table 1). I suspect Chinese homo erectus was not included because it is earlier than the time period they analysed, and because Chinese homo erectus is not ancestral to homo sapiens in Africa. The focus is on the origin of modern homo sapiens. Interesting paper.

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