- From Latin nīdificō ("build a nest"), from nīdus ("nest") + faciō ("make, do"). (Wiktionary)
- Latin nīdificāre : nīdus, nest; + -ficāre, -fy. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“True, it may be said that the second progeny is due to the mothers who knew the males in autumn and who would be able to nidify twice a year.”
“We know that the Three-horned Osmia prefers to haunt the habitations of the Bees who nidify in populous colonies, such as the Mason-bee of the”
“Osmiae return, through the always open windows, but they will always nidify on the natal spot if they find something like the necessary conditions.”
“To persuade the Osmia to nidify in a single tube long enough to receive the whole of her laying and at the same time narrow enough to leave her only just the possibility of admittance appears to me”
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