Haplogroups A and B are only found in sub-Saharan Africa (and in populations extracted from there in modern times, primarily via Atlantic slave trade). The first to branch off was A, with defining mutation M91. All other haplogroups are summarized as BR (also referred to as YxA).
Haplogroup A (M91) Found in Africa, especially the Khoisan, Ethiopians (especially Beta Israel) and Nilotes
The defining mutations separating CR (all haplogroups excepting A and B) are M168 and M294. These mutations predate the "Out of Africa" migration. The defining mutations of DE probably occurred in Northeastern Africa some 50,000 years ago. The M130 and M216 mutations that distinguish Haplogroup C from all other descendants of CR may have occurred somewhat earlier, perhaps even as early as 60,000 years ago, after the first Out of Africa migration brought Homo sapiens to the southern coast of Southwest Asia.
Haplogroup CF (P143) Found outside of Africa, throughout Eurasia, Oceania, and the Americas
Haplogroup C (M130, M216) Found in eastern Eurasia, Oceania, Japan, and North America
Haplogroup C1 (M8, M105, M131) Found in Japan
Haplogroup C2 (M38) Found in New Guinea, Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia
Haplogroup C3 (M217, P44) Found throughout Eurasia and North America, but especially among Mongols, Kazakhs, Tungusic peoples, Nivkhs, and Na-Dené-speaking peoples
Haplogroup C4 (M347) Found among the indigenous peoples in Australia
Haplogroup C5 (M356) Found in the Indian subcontinent
Haplogroup F (M89, M213) Found in Southern India, Sri Lanka, Yunnan, Korea
Haplogroup E3b (M35) Found in East Africa (Ethiopians and Somalis), North Africa (especially Berbers and Egyptians), the Middle East, the Mediterranean (esp. Greeks, Albanians, and Italians)
Groups descended from Haplogroup F (GR)
The groups descending from haplogroup F are found in some 90% of the world's population, but almost exclusively outside of sub-Saharan Africa. The mutation of IJ corresponds to a wave of migration out of the Middle East or Western Asia some 45 ka that subsequently spread into Europe (Cro-Magnon).
Haplogroup G originated in the Middle East or Caucasus, or perhaps further east as far as Pakistan some 30 ka, and spread to Europe with the Neolithic Revolution. Haplogroup H probably occurred in India some 30-40 ka, and remains prevalent there, spreading westwards in historical times with the Roma migration. Haplogroup K probably originated in southwestern Asia and spread widely to Africa, Eurasia, Australia and the South Pacific.
Haplogroup G (M201) ca. 30 ka Found in many ethnic groups in Eurasia; most common in the Caucasus, the Iranian plateau, and Anatolia; in Europe mainly in Sardinia, northern Italy, northern Spain, the Tyrol, as well as Bohemia, Moravia; Britain and Norway at only 2%
Haplogroup K1 Found in the Solomon Islands and Fiji
Haplogroup K2Found in Africa (Afro-Asiatic-speaking peoples and their neighbors, such as the Fulbe), the Middle East, the Mediterranean, South Asia
Haplogroup K3 Found in two individuals in South Asia
Haplogroup K5 Found in New Guinea
Haplogroup K6 Found in Melanesia
Haplogroup K7 Found in Melanesia
Groups descended from Haplogroup K (LR)
Haplogroup L is mainly found in South Asia. Haplogroup M is most prevalent in Papua New Guinea. The NO haplogroup appeared ca. 35-40 ka in Central Asia.
Haplogroup N probably originated in Mongolia and spread both east into Siberia and west, being the most common group found in Uralic peoples. Haplogroup O is found at its highest frequency in East Asia and Southeast Asia, with lower frequencies in the South Pacific, Central Asia, and South Asia. Haplogroup P gave rise to groups Q and R, and is rarely found in its undifferentiated stage. It probably originated in Central Asia or the Altai region. Haplogroup Q also originated in Central Asia, migrating east to North America.
Haplogroup L (M20) Found in South Asia, Central Asia, Southwest Asia, the Mediterranean
Haplogroup R (M207, M306) Found in Europe, West Asia, Central Asia, and South Asia
Groups descended from Haplogroup NO (M214)
The NO haplogroup appeared ca. 35-40 ka in Central Asia.
Haplogroup N probably originated in Mongolia and spread both east into Siberia and west, being the most common group found in Uralic peoples. Haplogroup O is found at its highest frequency in East Asia and Southeast Asia, with lower frequencies in the South Pacific, Central Asia, and South Asia.
Haplogroup O2a (M95) Found in Japan, southern China, Southeast Asia, and the Indian subcontinent, especially among Austro-Asiatic peoples, Tai-Kadai peoples, Malays, and Indonesians
Haplogroup O2b (SRY465, M176) Found in Japan, Korea, Manchuria, and Southeast Asia
Haplogroup O3 (M122) Found throughout East Asia, Southeast Asia, and Austronesia
Groups descended from Haplogroup P (M45)
Haplogroup Q is a branch of haplogroup P (M45). It is believed to have arisen in Siberia approximately 15,000 to 20,000 years ago. Haplogroup Q is closely related to haplogroup R (M207), as both Groups Q and R share a common marker (M45).
Haplogroup Q (MEH2, M242, P36) M242 found amongst all Q subgroups in addition to the additional markers listed after each subclade (Occurred ~15,000-20,000 years ago. Found in Asia and the Americas)
Haplogroup Q1 (M120, N14)
Haplogroup Q1a (M378)
Haplogroup Q2 (M25, M143)
Haplogroup Q3 (M3) Found in North America, Central America, and South America.
Haplogroup Q3a (M19)
Haplogroup Q3b (M194)
Haplogroup Q3c (M199)
Haplogroup Q4 (P48)
Haplogroup Q5 (M323)
Haplogroup Q5 or Q7 (SS4BP: presently found in India only) BMC Evolutionary Biology 2007
Haplogroup Q6 (M346)
The bulk of Haplogroup R is represented in lineages R1a and R1b.
R1a likely originated in the Eurasian Steppes, and is associated with the Kurgan culture and Proto-Indo-European expansion. It is primarily found in Central Asia, South Asia, and the Slavic peoples of Eastern Europe. R1b originated prior to or during the last glaciation, when it was concentrated in refugia in southern Europe; it is also found sparsely distributed among various peoples of Asia and Africa. Some form of R1b, perhaps R1b1* (P25), probably migrated westward to populate Western Europe around 35,000 ybp. Its subclade R1b1c (M269) is the haplogroup that is most commonly found among modern European populations, especially those of Western Europe.