The PEDIGREE of
K y-Haplogroup

 
     (K groups very widespread in PAPUA, also present sl. among E Polynesia, Han Chinese, Tatar, etc.); (for convenience, K types shown here incorrectly as clade: instead K3 etc. are sibling to L, M, NO, P; PAPUA, MELANESIA, etc.)

    Note: The names of Y-chromosome subtypes keep changing. They have their reasons, but it causes confusion for everyone. This tree uses 2007 names, with 2008 names sometimes also shown ('2008') and 2005 names sometimes also shown ('was'). The 2008 changes include moving some K subtypes to M, S, T; other relabelings occurred.

     Born:  Central Asia 46,000 BC


 "Child(ren)":       K*   ;   K1 (Fiji : Isogg 2008: M2)   ;   K3 (v. rare : Isogg 2008: K1)   ;   K4 (Isogg 2008: K2)   ;   K5 (Papua : Isogg 2008: S)   ;   K6 (Melanesia : Isogg 2008: K3)   ;   K7 (Melanesia : Isogg 2008: M3)   ;  poss.   Ethnic groups of Australia
 poss. "Partner(s)":       P mtdna-Haplogroup       C-M347 y-Haplogroup (AUSTRALIA)   ;   (slight) R y-Haplogroup
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/-- Homo sapiens idaltu   +====> [ 27]
/   | or: Homo heidelbergensis
/-- A00-T y-Haplogroup
/-- A0-T y-Haplogroup
/-- A1 y-Haplogroup  (131,400 BC)
/-- A1b y-Haplogroup  (128,700 BC)
/-- BT y-Haplogroup
/-- CT y-Haplogroup  (Yemen? 66,500 BC)
/-- CF y-Haplogroup (P143 M168 P9)
/-- FT y-Haplogroup (P14 M89 M213)
/-- GHIJK y-Haplogroup
/-- HIJK y-Haplogroup  (Central Asia 46,500 BC)
/-- IJK y-Haplogroup  (Central Asia 45,200 BC)
/-- K y-Haplogroup  (poss. Southeast Asia 43,400 BC)
/-- K2 y-Haplogroup  (43,400 BC )
/-- K-M2335 y-Haplogroup  (East Asia)
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- K y-Haplogroup
 

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