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Richard Rocca
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« Reply #50 on: March 30, 2012, 06:57:32 AM »

What regions of Iberia have 5% or above U152 if any?

Here are the peaks for U152 in Iberia:
Portugal-South = 12.9%
Portugal-Central = 9.1%
Spain-South = 7.1%
Spain-East = 7.1%
Spain-Valencia = 6.2%

And that's about it for > 5%.
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« Reply #51 on: April 03, 2012, 05:27:33 PM »

What regions of Iberia have 5% or above U152 if any?

Here are the peaks for U152 in Iberia:
Portugal-South = 12.9%
Portugal-Central = 9.1%
Spain-South = 7.1%
Spain-East = 7.1%
Spain-Valencia = 6.2%

And that's about it for > 5%.
That surprises me. I thought U152 was pretty much devoid in Iberia. Those are some pretty respectable regional frequencies.

I had always assumed that U152's lack of significance in Iberia was an argument against P312 launching from Iberia because U152 is the eldest son. However, that's a mistake on my part because U152 appears in Iberia and pretty well scattered.
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