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Fr. Juan Ignacio Molina (Spanish pronunciation: [xwan iɣˈnaθjo moˈlina]; (June 24, 1740 – September 12, 1829) was a Spanish, later Chilean (Chilean Independence), Jesuit priest, naturalist, historian, translator, geographer, botanist, ornithologist, and linguist. He is usually referred to as Abate Molina (a form of Abbott Molina), and is also sometimes known by the Italian form of his name, Giovanni Ignazio Molina. The standard author abbreviation Molina is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name.

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  • Fr. Juan Ignacio Molina (Spanish pronunciation: [xwan iɣˈnaθjo moˈlina]; (June 24, 1740 – September 12, 1829) was a Spanish, later Chilean (Chilean Independence), Jesuit priest, naturalist, historian, translator, geographer, botanist, ornithologist, and linguist. He is usually referred to as Abate Molina (a form of Abbott Molina), and is also sometimes known by the Italian form of his name, Giovanni Ignazio Molina. He stood out for being one of the precursors of the theory of the gradual evolution of the species, 44 years before Darwin. Being Darwin himself, who repeatedly quotes him in his magnum opus "The Theory of Species". The standard author abbreviation Molina is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name. (en)
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  • priest, naturalist, historian, translator, geographer, botanist, ornithologist, scientific, linguist. (en)
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  • Fr. Juan Ignacio Molina (Spanish pronunciation: [xwan iɣˈnaθjo moˈlina]; (June 24, 1740 – September 12, 1829) was a Spanish, later Chilean (Chilean Independence), Jesuit priest, naturalist, historian, translator, geographer, botanist, ornithologist, and linguist. He is usually referred to as Abate Molina (a form of Abbott Molina), and is also sometimes known by the Italian form of his name, Giovanni Ignazio Molina. The standard author abbreviation Molina is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name. (en)
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