Below is a plot for a K = 14 admixture analysis that includes six new genomes from Mesolithic Scandinavia. The table above the plot gives some information for these samples, and for the previously published Stora Förvar 11 sample.
The new samples are, like the previously published Mesolithic samples from Motala, Sweden, made up of a mix of the dark blue Western European hunter-gatherer component and the medium blue Eastern European component. The three Norwegian samples, however, have more of the medium blue component than the Swedish samples do.
|Hummervikholmen 1||Southern Norway||7502–7325|
|Hummervikholmen 2||Southern Norway||7502–7325|
|Stora Förvar 9||Stora Karlsö, Sweden||7350–7038|
|Stora Förvar 12||Stora Karlsö, Sweden||7083–6807|
|Stora Förvar 11||Stora Karlsö, Sweden||7073–6810|
|Stora Bjers 1||Gotland, Sweden||7013–6629|
|Steigen 1||Northern Norway||4000–3814|