Origin of haplogroup R1b in Bosnia

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What R1b-subclade does most of Bosnians belonging to? The Italo-Celtic branch (S28/U152), Balkanic branch R1b-L23 or to the Continental Germanic branch R1b-S21 (U106)?

According to this map, 10-15% of Bosniaks in Bosanska Krajina (Northwestern Bosnia) is belonging to the Italo-Celtic branch (S28/U152), but how do Maciamo know that? Where can I found any sources of which of R1b lineages can be found among those 3-4% of Bosnians belonging to R1b haplogroup?
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I don't think maps are that precise for now. They should be software generated from the results that are gathered from certain test points.
There could have been 0,5 % in Sarajevo, 3 % in Budapest and 8 % in Trieste, and you'd get a map like this.
 
I don't think maps are that precise for now. They should be software generated from the results that are gathered from certain test points.
There could have been 0,5 % in Sarajevo, 3 % in Budapest and 8 % in Trieste, and you'd get a map like this.

I agree
I doubt there is a study concerning this remote northwesternmost spot of Bosnia - as a whole Maciamo gives 1,5% of Y-R1b (total), giving 2%, 1%, 1% for the three different ethnies of Bosnia - yet for these populations it would be very hard to publish a confident percentage of Y-U152 within R1b...(2% in a sample of 500 persons would produce at most only undetermined 10 R1b!) - these maps are a proxi and have some worth for bigs centers of density, but on the mergins...
 
Somewhere in Siberia you don't mix turkey who close tow near east with Germany tribes?
 

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