They can eat duckweed, elodea or algae.
Most fish do not eat duckweed.
The role of a mosquito fish is to eat mosquito's.
Fish do feed on mosquito larvae.
Only Carps eat duckweed, such as Goldfish and Koi. Danios do not. Hope that helped. :)
A mosquito fish mainly feeds on mosquito larvae in the wild but in captivity a mosquito fish eats it's fry or leaves off of plants
Mosquito fish are fish that will eat mosquito larva as fast as they can hatch. This is what a female fish looks like: And this is what a male mosquito fish looks like:
Mosquito fish are opportunistic omnivores; so if the opportunity to eat algae came along, they would likely eat algae.
Yes it can
No. A mosquito drinks blood from humans and animals ONLY.
A mosquito fish is a consumer. It is consumer because it eats elodea or other plants. Mosquito fish are herbivores. Meaning they only eat plants.
No, decomposers break down bacteria and waste such as mushrooms. Mosquito fish are consumers because they eat producers.
yes they do, matter of fact! ducks eat duckweed!!
no. only mosquito fish do.
no they love earthworms
Yes, ducks eat duckweed but not only ducks, deer, elephants, pigs, and bobcats also eat duckweed.
Most fish will gladly to eat the larvae.
If the growing conditions of duckweed are hygienic, then humans can eat duckweed in soups or salads. In East Asia, people do include it in their cooking. Usually, duckweed grows in ponds or rivers.
Yes, bettas are suitable fish for planted tanks. Unlike some fish they will not dig up, eat or damage plants.
Painted turtles eat fish, worms, insects, water lettuce, water hyacinth, and duckweed.
They eat mosquito larvae.
yes, most fish that eat fish flakes eat any type i have over 10 types of fish in a tank and they all eat tetra flakes
tadpoles nibble on duckweeds so in other words, yes, they do eat duckweed.