Sand frogs will eat a variety of insects. They will eat mainly worms, but will eat moths on occasion. They may also eat other frogs.
Frogs eat flys moths and bugs
Frogs do not eat plants. They are carnivorous, and eat moths, flies, crickets, and sometimes, other frogs.
strong electricity. and lightbulbs. and frogs. don't forget frogs. frogs eat moths. dogs and cats attack the moths too.
No! Frogs do not eat human food for they are carnivores.. They eat flies, moths, mealworms, worms, and grub.
Frogs like to eat meat. If the frogs are of small or average, they eat flies, moths and other small insects. But if the frogs are large, they eat bigger insects such as worms and grasshoppers.
Insect eating bats eat owl moths. So do some lizards and frogs. :)
Frog dont eat plants they eat cricket moths flies ect.
No. Red eyed tree frogs eat crickets, grasshoppers, moths and other invertebrates.
mostly green tree frogs eat live crickets and they sometimes eat some flys and they will also eat moths sometimes
Different kinds of moths and bugs. they will also eat crickets.
No, they are Carnivores that eat crickets, flies, grasshoppers, and moths. Sometimes they even eat smaller frogs! :-O
We feed our motorbike frogs crickets, roaches and moths.......One of our motorbike frogs ate another one that was alot smaller.
Tree frogs eat the following: Crickets,Moths, A treefrog usually eat grasshopper, butterfly and slug.
All frogs and toads eat earthworms. They also eat some beetles and moths.
flies moths worms grasshoppers crickets ants tadpoles
Frogs will eat flies, worms, crickets, moths, and other insects. Or, if there is another frog nearby that is small enough to swallow, that frog will be eaten. Snakes, birds, bigger frogs, mongooses, rats, raccoons, and others eat frogs. However, bigger frogs will eat (almost) any animal they can fit in their mouth.
Red-eyed tree frogs are carnivorous and eat crickets, moths, flies, and other insects, and have been known to eat other small frogs. For froglets, fruit flies and pinhead crickets are the meals of choice.
Most frogs eat any insects they can catch as well as small fish and other frogs. Beetles and grasshoppers as well as crickets are favorites and as most frogs are nocturnal they also include moths and flying insects in their diets.
Kookaburras could, conceivably, eat moths. Kookaburras are carnivorous, feeding on invertebrates such as insects, spiders, worms, centipedes and crustaceans. They also eat vertebrates such as reptiles, fish, frogs and even small birds and mammals. Moths tend to be nocturnal, and kookaburras are diurnal, so this would limit whether or not kookaburras ate moths.
Tree frogs depend on fly 's , moths or smaller frogs.
they eat small critters like moths, Flies, Crickets, Spiders, and other small frogs as well
Baby moths eat wood and grown-up moths eat cotton
In the larval stage pine barrens tree frogs eat vegetation or algae in the water. Adults catch flies, small slugs, snails, beetles, butterflies or moths.