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English: World Map of Y-Chromosome Haplogroups - Dominant Haplogroups in Pre-Colonial Populations with Possible Migrations Routes

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  1. The Y-DNA haplogroup(s) with the highest % in that area (or is notable)
  2. Population/language/region name in which the haplogroup is the majority or the genetic marker of movement
  3. Migration routes are drawn according to Coastal Migration model (initially coastal route, then follow major rivers)
  4. the indication of "Y-chromosome Adam" near Cameroon is inspired by the discovery of basal A00 and A0 in 2013
  5. A few populations with no data available (extinct) are marked "?"
  6. Haplogroup names of YCC 2002 are used for clarity (names change every year)

Inspired by

Português: Mapa-múndi dos haplogrupos do cromossoma Y: Haplogrupos dominantes nas populações pré-coloniais com as possíveis rotas migratórias.


  1. Haplogrupo(s) do cromossoma Y com a maior % nessa área (ou % notável)
  2. Nome da população/língua/região em que o haplogrupo é maioritário ou marcador genético de movimento
  3. As rotas migratórias estão desenhadas de acordo com o modelo da migração costeira (inicialmente rota costeira, depois seguindo os principais rios)
  4. O Adão cromossomial-Y situa-se próximo aos Camarões, de acordo com a existência de basal A00 e A0
  5. Algumas populações sem dados disponíveis (extintas) estão marcadas com "?"
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current18:49, 25 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 18:49, 25 July 20183,000 × 1,900 (1.52 MB)Satoshi Kondo (talk | contribs)some other minor fixes, greece is actually J2(38%) E(35%); D2 fix in kyushu; colour fix
19:39, 18 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 19:39, 18 July 20183,000 × 1,900 (1.53 MB)Satoshi Kondo (talk | contribs)minor update about y-DNA D2-M55 and own colour as edit for O2b, migration path fix and distribution, i also show the amount of D2 found in siberian/central-asian tuvan/altaian/kyrgyz/mongolic paleosiberians that are another proove of the northern migration of D2. source: 崎谷満(2009)『DNA・考古・言語の学際研究が示す新・日本列島史 日本人集団・日本語の成立史』勉誠出版
13:41, 13 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 13:41, 13 July 20183,000 × 1,900 (1.53 MB)Satoshi Kondo (talk | contribs)the revise you ask for. I created own O2b colour (dark pink) to show difference from O2a. I also included the descedants of goguryeo (and today manchu) who have a high amount of O2b. I changed the Hmong-Mien orange to red as they are a sub-group of O3 and relative close to han. I show the northern viet-O3 and kra-dai O2a in southern china. I show the han in taiwan as O3 on west side. I also included Jeju island to the map. I hope this is ok, if you have other ideas how we can change/fix the m...
22:24, 9 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 22:24, 9 July 20183,000 × 1,900 (1.53 MB)Irish1028 (talk | contribs)As you said, if the South China is the origin of Y-DNA O2b gene(that is, Yayoi; is the mainstream ethnicity both Korea and Japan), isn't it necessary to supplement?(for example, paint pink to South China). Also, As you can see the text O2b and O2a, the two show significant differences in DNA configuration. So if there is no 02(pink) painting in the South China, they seem to be difficult to understand. Can you make a supplementary revise?
21:11, 7 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 21:11, 7 July 20183,000 × 1,900 (498 KB)Satoshi Kondo (talk | contribs)Reverted to version as of 17:33, 7 July 2018 (UTC)THE MAP SHOW THE MAJOR HAPLOGROUP!!!!! ARE YOU NOT ABLE TO READ ENGLISH SENTENCE!? O2B IS 40% O3 ONLY 20% IN HONSHU!!!!! WHAT IS WRONG!?
21:05, 7 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 21:05, 7 July 20183,000 × 1,900 (1.53 MB)Irish1028 (talk | contribs)appropriate version about japan. admixture of O2b and O3. You stubborn man! Say what you think in discussion. Don't talk here.
17:33, 7 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 17:33, 7 July 20183,000 × 1,900 (498 KB)Satoshi Kondo (talk | contribs)Reverted to version as of 15:08, 6 July 2018 (UTC) what you think is not relevant. you are doing POV vandalism. the map CLEALY say MAJOR haplogroups. not minor. this has nothing to do with race. finns have y-DNA N but look predominant nordic and not mongolid. so stop your vandalism.
14:44, 7 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 14:44, 7 July 20183,000 × 1,900 (1.53 MB)Irish1028 (talk | contribs)Do You think Yayoi Pink from Southeast Asia Pink? I think very little racial connection between Southeast Asia and Japan, Korea. This map is misleading to think that there is a close connection between the Southeast Asian pink and the Honshu pink.
15:08, 6 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 15:08, 6 July 20183,000 × 1,900 (498 KB)Satoshi Kondo (talk | contribs)Reverted to version as of 16:33, 4 July 2018 (UTC)O2b IS YAYOI. JOMON IS Y-DNA D, MAP SAY MAJOR HAPLOGROUPS--> Y-DNA O2b IS MAJORITY IN JAPANESE. Y-DNA O3 IS ONLY 20%
10:49, 6 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 10:49, 6 July 20183,000 × 1,900 (1.53 MB)Irish1028 (talk | contribs)In Japanese Dna, Yayoi's ratio is much higher than Jomon. So it's right to be changed to a red color for Yayoi.
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