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I pointed out, as Prof. Bridger has since done, that a health microbe as well as a disease bacillus nidificates on the osculatory apparatus, and added that failure to absorb a sufficient quantity of these hygiologic germs into the system causes old maids to look jaundiced and bachelors to die sooner than benedicts.
It nidificates in June and July, and it would appear that both the birds, male and female, engage in the construction of the nest.
Writing from Lucknow, Mr.G. Reid says: -- "During the breeding season it associates in large flocks along the banks of the G.oomti, where it nidificates in colonies in holes in the banks of the river.
"Like the two species of _Acridotheres_, it nidificates by itself in the holes of trees, lining the cavity with bits of leaves.