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    Question Newborn vs Adulthood Appearance?

    So what should be the guide for phenotype? Birth, adulthood, or both? I wonder if you think haplotype is best seen in newborn times, and we develop more phenotype looks afterwards?

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    Post Re: Newborn vs Adulthood appearance?

    I find the best age for subracial classification to be adulthood. People seem to 'grow into' their features as they mature and I'd say that by the mid-20s, most are fully developed and their features are more stable than in earlier and much later years.

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    Post Re: Newborn vs Adulthood appearance?

    Adulthood, maybe 24-26 years old. Most of the older anthropological data are on recruits, age between 20 and 22. Some were not fully grown.

    You can guess from a child but one cannot be sure.

    One can be almost sure with children who got a distinct morphology and rare colouring. The young English actor Rupert Grint is a good example. I would not call him anything but Phalian and I doubt he will change too much. It is especially pronounced in the 6th picture.

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    Post Re: Newborn vs Adulthood appearance?

    I think both.

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    Post Re: Newborn vs Adulthood appearance?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rodskarl Dubhgall
    So what should be the guide for phenotype? Birth, adulthood, or both? I wonder if you think haplotype is best seen in newborn times, and we develop more phenotype looks afterwards?
    Most babys look striking East Baltid during their first months. It was an advantage for being fed.


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    Anybody know why babies would be benefited from an East Baltid appearance? My infant and toddler pictures clearly show Borreby and this is proof of paternity, because I look like my grandfather. One of my favorite photographs has me sitting on his lap at my grandparents' house out in the woods.

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    Adulthood I think (around mid-twenties), some people can look drastically different from their childhood classification. Even during my late-teens to early twenties I noticed that my features altered a bit - half of the people at a high school reunion did not recognise me .

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