Behold! The JJMR Mutation Table for Consonants. It also showcases the JJMR Romanization system but due to the mutations happening constantly, the romanization becomes more difficult to use.
Note: <ch> and <j> actually represents palato-alveolar affricates while <sh> and <zh> are palato-alveolar fricatives. <th> and <x> are always voiceless (sometimes <x> is /ɦ/). <r> is a tapped rhotic and <l> ranges between /ɫ/ or /l/.
The mutations occur when;
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