No they don't, it is very clean and you are able to drink the water without getting sick. When they filter the water, all extra bacteria is filtered away.
no because the mosquitos larvae can attack your intestines and can cause death
One word answer: NO
You shoot them
Drinking unclean water carrying the worm larvae.
I'm doing this in my bio. lessons, and on our work sheet it says that. The larvae of the worm live in the muscle tissue of pigs, if the larvae are then eaten they get into the human intestines and become adults. Hope that this helps.
The cyst walls are broken down by the usual process of food digestion in the stomach, allowing the larvae to escape into the new host's intestines. There the larvae mature to become adult worms, capable of producing a new crop of larvae.
Drinking water with mosquito eggs and live larvae may cause stomach pain and diarrhea. However, unless the water is otherwise contaminated, this discomfort should pass and you should be okay.
You take something like a pool net and you go around picking it out
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larvae is the baby of insects, for example, ant larvae, bee larvae, etc. etc.
dragonfly larvae eats mosquito larvae.
Guinea worm disease is only transmitted by drinking stagnant water with Guinea worm larvae in it. As such, if you avoid drinking stagnant water from the few remaining Guinea worm endemic areas you are not at risk. If you do need to drink stagnant water from these remote areas, simply filtering your water through a cloth filter will remove the water fleas that carry the larvae.
I'm not entirely sure, but I think that larvae are called 'larvae'.
a larvae is are tadpoles
Perhaps you have heard of a pet cat that has had worms. The cat did not get the worms by eating the directly. The hosts for the tapeworm larvae are usually fleas. The host fleas are infested with the tapeworm larvae. When the cat cleans itself, it swallows the fleas. The tapeworm larvae on the fleas change into tiny tapeworms. They then live and grow as parasites in the intestines of the cat. The tapeworms produce eggs and fertilize the with sperm. The fertilized eggs are carried out of the cat's body as waste.
Larvae eat worms, snails, and slugs. The adult firefly loves drinking nectar, although it is a mystery about how much and what adults fireflies eat.
how do you kill fly larvae
They are larvae
no, because the larvae ARE the baby
the dragonfly larvae is called a nymph.
Look at these ant larvae in this anthill.
No, it's a moth's larvae.
Fish eggs are not eaten by dragonfly larvae. Dragonfly larvae eat small fish, very small fish and tadpoles. They do not eat fish larvae. A lot of fish eat the larvae out of there own nests.
if its a larvae, it cant eat, therefore how can it be carnivorous?