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Stick insects can be identified by the arrangement of body spines, body size, structure of the male and female terminalia and the morphology of the egg.
Stick insects look like they are made from twigs. Walking Sticks are long, thin, and slow-moving bugs, that looks like a stick, twig or branch. They are also called walking sticks. Males tend to be smaller than females.
Stick insects live in tropical and semi tropical areas of the world. They are vegetarians and eat the leaves of plants, shrubs and trees. Privet and bramble leaves are favourites. In the wild they are usually eaten by birds, so stick insects tend to feed at night when birds are not around.
Found predominantly in the tropics and subtropicsalthough several species live in temperate regionsstick insects thrive in forests and grasslands, where they feed on leaves. Mainly nocturnal creatures, they spend much of their day motionless, hidden under plants.
It is easy to see how stick bugs get their name. They resemble straight, slender sticks with six long spindly legs and two thread-like antennae. Since stick bugs eat only foliage, they do not attack or bite people or other insects.
Most stick insects cannot harm you, they do not have thorns or poison. But some species do have spikes on their legs designed for pinching predators. Although this pinching hurts and can draw blood, they cannot do more than this.
It is easy to see how stick bugs get their name. They resemble straight, slender sticks with six long spindly legs and two thread-like antennae. Since stick bugs eat only foliage, they do not attack or bite people or other insects.
Most stick insects cannot harm you, they do not have thorns or poison. But some species do have spikes on their legs designed for pinching predators. Although this pinching hurts and can draw blood, they cannot do more than this.
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