Do Stick Insects Bite?

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Some species of stick insects do bite, such as the Australian or giant spiny stick-insect and the Jungle nymph. The thorn legged stick-insects sting with their thorny limbs and bite if handled improperly. Some species of stick insects are also parthenogenetic; the females lay unfertilised eggs.
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