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Thread: Southern Europe vs. Northern Europe Which region has the greatest variety of taxonomy and faces?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruggery View Post
    You also forgot the Cromagnon.
    Sorry but I really don't know what is "Cro-Magnon". This is not phenotype.


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    Within countries: Southern Europe
    Between countries: Northern Europe
    "differences in genetic ancestry that happen to correlate with many of today's racial constructs are real" - (((David Reich)))
    "genetic variations are likely to affect behaviour and cognition just as they affect other traits" - (((David Reich)))

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    Southern Europe for sure. They have quite a few phenotypes that are rare or even non-existent in Northern Europe. By contrast, most Northern European phenotypes can be found to an extent in the South too, apart from perhaps some extreme Saami, Baltid and Uralic types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tooting Carmen View Post
    Southern Europe for sure. They have quite a few phenotypes that are rare or even non-existent in Northern Europe. By contrast, most Northern European phenotypes can be found to an extent in the South too, apart from perhaps some extreme Saami, Baltid and Uralic types.
    Many phenotypes from northern Europe are nonexistent or very difficult to find in southern Europe, examples of Keltic Nordic, Hallstatt, Tronder, Dalo-faelid, Western Baltid, Brunn, Anglo-saxon, East Nordid etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruggery View Post
    Many phenotypes from northern Europe are nonexistent or very difficult to find in southern Europe, examples of Keltic Nordic, Hallstatt, Tronder, Dalo-faelid, Western Baltid, Brunn, Anglo-saxon, East Nordid etc.
    I think it depends on the country. Italy is more heterogeneous than Sweden, for example, but the United Kingdom has a lot of different phenotypes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deneb View Post
    I agree. In my opinion it depends on the country. Italy is probably more heterogeneous than Sweden, but the United Kingdom is more varied than Spain.
    Only if we compare Italy vs United Kingdom would be a draw, but if we add Scandinavia, Ireland, Iceland, Belgium, the Netherlands, Baltic countries, Iceland, Finland vs Iberia, Greece, Albania and the southern Balkans. I would gain the north of Europe for the minimum, I do not place France or Germany because they do not belong completely to the north or the south of Europe, but between these last 2 countries is the majority of european taxonomic diversity.

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    Southern Europe.

    It's much more varied than Northern Europe, which seems to be more homogeneous, except maybe for Britain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco94 View Post
    Southern Europe.

    It's much more varied than Northern Europe, which seems to be more homogeneous, except maybe for Britain.
    Agree, Britain is much more diverse than all of northern Europe and southern Europe except than Italy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruggery View Post
    Note: In that thread I do not speak of pigmentation but of phenotypes and face styles.
    Southern Europe without exception. Due to the fact that there are Northern as well Southern European phenotypes within Southern Europe, by far this outweighs Northern Europe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deneb View Post
    I think it depends on the country. Italy is more heterogeneous than Sweden, for example, but the United Kingdom has a lot of different phenotypes.
    Italy is more heterogeneous than any country in Europe.

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