I know rose hairs generally don't bite but some have I've heard. I was wondering if for those that have biten if they were all females, because the females seem like they would have a better chance being aggresive since they sometimes try to kill the male after breeding. I'm asking because I went to this site and they were selling rose hairs and the note next to them said "THESE DON'T BITE, EVER!" and since there have been instinces where they have bitten I thought maybe they were selling only males if that was the case. Also, I was wondering, in the care sheet above on rose hairs, did he mean 1 out of 1000 rose hairs will ever bite someone in its entire life, or you have like a 1 out of 1000 chance of your rose hair biting you when you hold it. If it's 1 out of 1000 rose hairs will bite, I think your odds are good that yours will never bite. Right?