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    Quote Originally Posted by Montanini View Post
    It certainly she appears to be more European than she is, but I still do not think she could pass for European, She looks in the more euro spectrum of Pardos, but "white" is understandable too, in terms of color especially compared to the great mass of Browns of our country she is. Strange, I've seen a large many people between 75% and 85% Euro darker than her, looking North African. However she looks uniquely Brazilian imo, is she Cearense?
    yes, I thought she was more euro because of her pheno, but i'm not sure if pardo is applicable, even tho she isnt fully european, i guess she wouldnt fit in any of those. only pred-euro triracial.

    Pernambucana.

    I believe that the classification should change from the current "White", "Brown" and "Black" to "European", "predominantly European", "Mixed", "Mestizo/Indigenous" and "African/predominantly African". What do you think? I believe it would lead the Brazilian population to become more aware of its origins and also could serve to make several genetic studies with more property, with more relation than would be studied in the case etc.

    Btw, congratulation.
    I agree makes a lot more sense, because when you say pardo, first thing comes to my mind is brown skined people haha.

    thank you.

    PD: You said that your gaucho grandfather had Spanish surname right? may be you have assumed it was inherited from the mestizos from Pampas, but depends.. the South of the RGS, several cities, actually received immigrants direct from Spain in the late nineteenth century. Cities like Sao Borja, Uruguaiana etc. I was looking for some information these days.
    makes sense, and seems to be the case. hes from that reagion. from Santiago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan View Post
    Your grandma has a common look among the pred Euro Dominican women of campesino background. She actually reminds of a lot of my mom and some her cousins, minus the light eyes.

    I could have thought your grandmother was close to 70% caucasian judging from her phenotypes but I have seen similar results before. It's not that surprising.
    oh, cool, dominican, never thought of that, she does look pred-euro latina indeed, I thought too she had more than 70% european, but she doesnt have any other european but portuguese (maybe Dutch, but very very far and its a speculation). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_Brazil

    Question, can you see the african in her?
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    Did the Dutch settle Brazil in great numbers? I can't see your grandma's picture anymore but from I what saw her nose looks SSA influenced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan View Post
    Did the Dutch settle in Brazil in great numbers?
    Anyway, for some reason I can't see your grandma's picture anymore but from I what saw her nose looks SSA influenced.
    very little Dutch settled there, but its not uncommon, they left few descendants, that migrated into countryside,


    I thought the nose could be native, but mayb youre right
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    She sorta looks native influenced now that I'm analyzing her pictures once again, especially in the first one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montanini View Post
    Rio Grande do Norte

    48 AIM
    Sample: 280











    https://repositorio.ufrn.br/jspui/bi...os_DISSERT.pdf

    A more or less similar result for Natal in this test:

    Samples: 99 [79 Natal (BRA) and 20 Barquisimeto (VEN)]

    Natal: 67,2% European, 17,7% African, 8,6% Amerindian
    Basquisimeto: 73,0% European, 17,8% Amerindian, 6,3% African




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    Quote Originally Posted by Montanini View Post
    Brazilian Mtdna



    African 37, European 35 and American 28
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    Northeast Mtdna.


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    Overall, results showed that the population of the Northeastern region of Brazil has Amerindian mitochondrial ancestry as the most frequent, representing 43.5% of the individuals, followed by African (37.8%), European (16.6%), and non-Amerindian Asian (2.1%) (Table 2).


    More European than the average: Alagoas, Pernambuco, Paraíba, Center of Rio Grande do Norte, Southeast Piauí.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Montanini View Post
    Northeast Mtdna.


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    Overall, results showed that the population of the Northeastern region of Brazil has Amerindian mitochondrial ancestry as the most frequent, representing 43.5% of the individuals, followed by African (37.8%), European (16.6%), and non-Amerindian Asian (2.1%) (Table 2).


    More European than the average: Alagoas, Pernambuco, Paraíba, Center of Rio Grande do Norte, Southeast Piauí.

    I saw this study posted on a different place, do you know any of its authors?, or participate in any group of some sort?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kriptc06 View Post
    I saw this study posted on a different place, do you know any of its authors?, or participate in any group of some sort?
    Nah.

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