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  • lgmayka
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    Z47 occurs in almost every haplogroup

    Z47 occurs in almost every major haplogroup. In R1b it occurs at least twice. Z47 should never have been accepted as a SNP at all.

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  • Dick Eriksson
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    Hi, I experience the same thing with R-Z47. I am also negative for the parent R-U152, but is positive for R-Z47?
    And my L238+ is not on the tree.

    Dick

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  • felix
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    R-Z47 ?

    I am changed from F-M89 to R-Z47. I was hoping that I will be on the new haplogroup H3, or atleast on H.

    Looking into R-Z47, I have no clue how I can be on that haplogroup when I am negative on all it's parents. U152-, P312- ... up till M207-.

    I was able to see all the negative in red yesterday but I can't see them today. The path to R-Z47 is also changed to presumed positive when in reality all are negative. Anyone with the same effect or just me?
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