I checked the Y full tree, and it has updated its mtdna H1c3, section today, 08/05/2019.
It is now showing mtdna H1c3 formed only 1000 ybp, with a TMRCA of 900 ybp.
Its earlier ancestral Haplogroup of mtdna Hc1, is now showing being formed 12,600 ybp, with a TMRCA of 4900 ybp.
Checked again today (10 May 2019 )and it has updated and changed Mtdna H1c3, to formed 750ybp, and with a TMRCA of 650 ybp, with Mtdna H1c now formed 11,200 ybp, and TMRCA of 4,400 ybp.
These updates/changes are happening pretty regularly.
Is H1c3 or H1c3b now H-c1m2c23d11e? What is weird is it says age is 175 years and this is the birth year -1 of my brick wall
Where have you seen the reference for H1c3b1?
I am Solothurn from Anthrogenica
I only get H1c3 on LivingDNA too
I came across the reference of A13933G which was H1c3b1, and is now referenced for, H-c1m2c23d11e5, on the YFull M Tree. I also saw a reference to, A302A!!!!!!!!! which referenced H-c1m2c23d, which is upstream from us, and might be relevant.
Looked on Y Full M Tree today, (H1c ) and under A275G,* T8473C, it is now showing Mtdna Haplogroup H1c32 as a new Subclade, which is also showing H-c1m2c23d11e, for the same Snps, both originally were referencing only H1c3.
Both, H-c1m2c23d11e, and H1c32 are listed today ( 13th Aug 2019 )under the same two SNPs.
There is also a number of references to several subclades under SNP C302A!, and Snp A302C, is now refering to H1c1c1a.
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