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    I find something very strange in my Ftdna site.

    I used the SNP map and selected L25 ( I presume it means positive)
    and it plotted about 30 plus spots in Europe.
    I then went into the ftdna T project where L25 resides and did a "find" on all kits for SNP L25+
    I found zero people had this SNP as positive and about 10 people had it as negative.

    Q - How can my ftdna shows L25 plots on the map and yet the Ftdna T project have zero people with L25+

  • #2
    L25 is very common in the J2 haplogroup.

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    • #3
      L25 is offered for the R1b-Z2103 haplogroup in the CTS9219 branch. It's one of those SNPs that is fooling FTDNA's algorithm and should be ignored.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by D.Clade View Post
        L25 is offered for the R1b-Z2103 haplogroup in the CTS9219 branch. It's one of those SNPs that is fooling FTDNA's algorithm and should be ignored.
        L25 is in the T ydna to test, it's stated as a SNP of T

        sits under CTS8862

        What are you trying to say.........Ftdna screwed up the T SNP's?

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        • #5
          The only correct SNP that sit under CTS8862 are
          L1322/CTS589

          I cannot see ANY L25 or Pages00113 anywhere for the T haplogroup .............all I see are people "tricked" in testing these SNP's

          BTW...I found Pages00113 belongs to L haplogroup

          Can someone in FTDNA fix the T haplogroup as the SNP to test under CTS8862 are WRONG

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          • #6
            will ftdna test L1322 via the project manager even though it does not appear on the haplotree?

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