In situ is defined as within the natural range of a species.

Often used in the phrase 'in-situ conservation' in reference to conservation efforts carried out within the range of a species.

French - in situ
Spanish - in situ

-see also:
"In situ" is in the UNSPSC Code "12164100"
  In situ
Ref: 122855/2006-10-12

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