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    How About a Taxonomical Analysis of These Three?

    I found these pictures in a magazine that discussed these three from a genotypic perspective, and I wondered what would be said of them from the phenotypic side.

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    Thank you.

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    AW: How About a Taxonomical Analysis of These Three?

    Quote Originally Posted by Leofric
    I found these pictures in a magazine that discussed these three from a genotypic perspective, and I wondered what would be said of them from the phenotypic side.

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    Thank you.
    Very hard if going just after this pictures and considering that they are already beyond the best age too.

    First is a reduced Cromagnoid derivate, more protomorphic, Alpinid rather, looks slightly "Asian" so to say, what can be typical for extreme Alpinids too though.

    2nd looks mostly Northern Cromagnoid derivate, but not as reduced, more Northern adapted, could be between Dalofaelid-Nordid-Baltid, so generally "North Europid".

    3rd looks standard Europid, more Southern derived, probably fits best into a wider Mediterranid category.

    So looking at this three I would associate them from a genotypical perspective as being representative of the subsequent immigration waves and developments inside of Europe, with the first being the most protomorphic, just secondary adapted by reduction to modern conditions, the 2nd and 3rd being more typical Europid, just rather Northern (less UV, colder) and more Southern (more UV, warmer) adapted, with 1st derived from the first groups, coming from Asia (old Cromagnoids), 2nd derived more often from more progressive later hunter-gatherers, 3rd Neolithic farmers and H-G's from the warmer areas.
    Now it could be the other way around with them being something different or from the genotypical perspective the opposite, since racial selection works just on some traits and doesnt change the whole genome.
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