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    I finished Northern Mexico

    60.8% West African
    21.7% Central & Southeastern African
    0.5% Northeast African
    17.0% Broadly African

    Adjusting the percentages

    61.3% West African (Including Northeast African)
    38.7% Central African (Including Broadly African)

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    This is based on 23andMe Mexican costumers from the USA

    The amerindian was 30% and the SSA was only 2%
    I really hope they are able to divide Mexico up by region because Southern Mexico will have higher SSA and they better not put Puebla with Southern Mexicans, they are not part of Southern Mexico

    Hopefully they release another major study like they did a while back
    I do notice there is a huge white blank with Mexico, it can't be amerindian because Guatemala hardly has it, yet Belize has it (although not as big as Mexico's) and it is also found in the Puerto Rican average, so I am not sure if it indicates other ancestries or what

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celph Titled View Post
    This is based on 23andMe Mexican costumers from the USA

    The amerindian was 30% and the SSA was only 2%
    I really hope they are able to divide Mexico up by region because Southern Mexico will have higher SSA and they better not put Puebla with Southern Mexicans, they are not part of Southern Mexico

    Hopefully they release another major study like they did a while back
    I do notice there is a huge white blank with Mexico, it can't be amerindian because Guatemala hardly has it, yet Belize has it (although not as big as Mexico's) and it is also found in the Puerto Rican average, so I am not sure if it indicates other ancestries or what
    Great thread brah. It's very educational and we can get an idea better about Mexican genetics. And agree.

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    That 25% african guy from Tamaulipas, what city? Also woudl be interesting to see if its just straight from Africa or if he has mascogo ancestry.

    Quote Originally Posted by Celph Titled View Post
    I finished Northern Mexico

    60.8% West African
    21.7% Central & Southeastern African
    0.5% Northeast African
    17.0% Broadly African

    Adjusting the percentages

    61.3% West African (Including Northeast African)
    38.7% Central African (Including Broadly African)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemba View Post
    That 25% african guy from Tamaulipas, what city? Also woudl be interesting to see if its just straight from Africa or if he has mascogo ancestry.
    He is from Tampico, which is in the very southern most part of Tamaulipas which borders Northern Veracruz

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    I finally finished Western-Central Mexico didn't have time nor the patience to finish it but finally I got it done
    I divided the region by state so we can see the differences between them, I only used Michoacan, Jalisco and Zacatecas since I have very little samples from Guanajuato, Aguascalientes, Nayarit and Colima, but when I do, I will get an average for them just like I did for Michoacan, Jalisco and Zacatecas

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    62.6% West African
    16.7% Central African
    1.0% Northeast African
    19.7% Broadly African

    The Northeast African is obviously not noise, it is not coming from some Sudan slave, but from the Fula tribe, Fonte has a spreadsheet of African results and the ones who are scoring Northeast African are the Fula people


    out of the regions I have gotten done, so far Western-Central Mexico is the most West African, then its Northern Mexico and lastly Southern Mexico

    I still need Central Mexico though



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    I was recently contacted by a University DNA researcher in South America wanting to know more about my wife's A2r Native American haplogroup. We have traced her paper-trail genealogy back to a woman who lived in Tamaulipas in the late 18th century. This researcher informed me that he had only seen 18 samples of this haplogroup and most of them were from Zapotec Indians located in Oaxaca and other southern Mexican states thereabout. I'm curious if anyone might have information or even a theory on how someone with possible Zapotec ancestry got as far north as Tamaulipas during that time period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebersdorf View Post
    I was recently contacted by a University DNA researcher in South America wanting to know more about my wife's A2r Native American haplogroup. We have traced her paper-trail genealogy back to a woman who lived in Tamaulipas in the late 18th century. This researcher informed me that he had only seen 18 samples of this haplogroup and most of them were from Zapotec Indians located in Oaxaca and other southern Mexican states thereabout. I'm curious if anyone might have information or even a theory on how someone with possible Zapotec ancestry got as far north as Tamaulipas during that time period.
    All the Amerindians of Mexico have not been tested, which is why I hardly ever take these mtdna serious when it comes to pin pointing the Amerindian heritage of Mexicans. It is simply useless because they only test very few tribes mostly from Central and South.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celph Titled View Post
    All the Amerindians of Mexico have not been tested, which is why I hardly ever take these mtdna serious when it comes to pin pointing the Amerindian heritage of Mexicans. It is simply useless because they only test very few tribes mostly from Central and South.
    Thanks. That makes sense. I suspect I may need to wait a few years and further clarification from continued research before drawing any conclusions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebersdorf View Post
    Thanks. That makes sense. I suspect I may need to wait a few years and further clarification from continued research before drawing any conclusions.
    You should upload her 23andMe rawdata here
    https://www.somosancestria.com/en/

    it cost you 10 dollars

    this is their Amerindian reference population
    North America: Pima, Zapotec, Nahua, Maya
    Amazonas: Karitiana, Brasil & Surui, Brazil
    Andes: Quechua & Aymara

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