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1 Comments about Haplogroup I Tree and Conjectured Spread Map The Haplogroup I Tree is constructed from SNP information plus variance age estimatesfor the nodes present in that tree. I do not try to show the increasing tree bushinessdetail in more recent times; the Tree brings one just to key clade founders indicated by arrowheads.A number of private-like, far downstream SNPs, and SNPs for very small haplogroupsare not included in tree. SNPs with ? are sketchy concerning tree placement or numberand are being worked on with further testing.I have suggested in my tree the updated naming of subhaplogroups. Other sources havenot yet updated their versions of the tree, so differences will be found out there.Use key SNP names as best naming or navigating tool.The map of conjectured movement of Haplogroup I clades should not be over-interpreted.This is often done on the various internet forums. This map leaves out many small cladesin order to keep the clutter under control. It is very difficult to get informationabout route details for branch lines prior to the MRCAs of our present-day populations.The dotted lines of spread usually indicate movements where a substantial portion of theindicated haplogroup population was also left behind.
2 Schematic; don’t overinterpret ConjecturedSpread of Haplogroup IK Nordtvedt 16 March 2013Schematic; don’t overinterpretL161L147M284L233Z161M423M253P78L1229M223L460L38P214M26P37M170M438
3 I-M170 Tree Estimated Present See “Tree for Isles L161” K Nordtvedt3 February 2014I-M170 TreeF1273 ?DislesF3145, CTS1027, 1846,4012, 7175, 7213, 9349, 10936WojtowiczArrowheadsindicate clade MRCAsxPF3618 ?L621 L69=TL147 CTS10228 CTS5966DinaricPF3195 (J)CTS5780CTS8429CTS10936, 11768, 4002CTS 8239, 7218,5985, 176, 1293CTS 8486, 5375,1802, 11030L1224Red snps are mostlyfrom Geno 2 and stillhave to be located andverified.SNPs in blue areSpeculative.See“Tree for Isles L161”PF6211,5425 ??L178 M423L161PF112 F3515F3744 L669 ??PF4135 L1498Extinct Loschbour (Motala 3,12 also) lineL880NFL1295 L1296xF3111 ?L1294 L1297 L1298FL1285 L1288L343 L348 FlemingCTS410, 5044PF3606, 36383945, 3966PF4058 P37L1286 L1287S21825glitch near L624L233L485 ?WesternEstimatedPresentPF3983AlpineCTS595M26P217 P216 P218 P214L35 L37 L181 L368 Z186See “Tree for M26”M438=P215=S31S140=L morefrom Geno 2See“Tree for L38”CTS3326, 4314, 9482, CTS9782L38-40CTS3402 F780 ?M223M170 et alSee “Trees for M223 …”L460=S238=PF3647PF3876L1251PF3911, 3917, 3931, 3938, 39273887, 3889, 3893, 3895, 3896, 38983903, 3929, PF3906, F2554 ?I2c-1212 SNPSPF 3881, 3892,3904, 3912, 3918,3924, 3928, 3930,3933, 3937,6914, 6915CTS4568 ?CTS7767 F2044 PF6328L596 L59712 snpsI2c-13CTS9867 PF5056 ?I2c*-14L416 L415 L417I2b-ADRP30 P40 M253 M307 + many more phyloequivalnetsSee “Trees for I1 …”-24,000-18,000Years Ago-12,000-6000800600Generations400200