Peter Griffin posted in breeding • parthenogenesis • stick insect on March 26th, 2010.
Research into New Zealand’s stick insects have shown that female stick insects do not need male stick insects in order to produce offspring. The behaviour, which results only in female offspring, is more common in the south, but could be a result of ‘range expansion’. An excerpt: (read in full here) “The team also took […]
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