Below is a plot for a K = 14 admixture analysis that includes genomes from the part of the aboriginal population of the Canary Islands that was descended from Berbers. The table above the plot gives some information for these samples.
The Berber Guanche samples are, unsurprisingly, genetically similar to the modern Mozabite Berber samples, although they have a bit less of the brown Negro component than the Mozabite samples do, with 10.13% of the component on average compared to 16.00% on average for the Mozabites.
The authors of the paper that the samples below came from would like everyone to believe that these samples are representative of all of the aboriginal inhabitants of the Canary Islands, but as I explained in the preceding post, that’s a lie. There were Guanches who were descended from Europeans, who had a Northern European phenotype, and who belonged to European Y haplogroups, but genome-wide data for those European Guanches did not appear in the latest paper, and the leftist, anti-White “scientific community” would prefer that the public never sees such data.