Fish do feed on mosquito larvae.
Yes, there are several ducks who will eat mosquito larvae. Muscovy ducks are said to be the main predator for mosquito larvae and are essential for keeping the mosquito population at bay.
dragonfly larvae eats mosquito larvae.
YES, especially mosquito larvae
A great many species eat mosquito larvae. Other predatory aquatic insects (e.g. dragonfly larvae, aquatic beetles) as well as freshwater fish (e.g. guppies, killifish, carp) and even birds (migratory songbirs, waterfowl) will eat mosquito larvae. Tadpoles also eat mosquito larvae.
Bromelaids eat mosquito larvae.
if its a larvae, it cant eat, therefore how can it be carnivorous?
Yes, it is safe to eat mosquito larvae; you will digest them. They even have nutritional value.
Yes, dragonfly larvae eat many kinds animals, including mosquito larvae, damselfly larvae, and even tadpoles and small fish when they are larger.
Most fish will gladly to eat the larvae.
They eat mostly mosquito larvae, THEY DO NOT ABSORB THEIR ENERGY FROM THE SUN! - to the goon who answered before me.
No. Mosquito larvae graze over plant and rock matter in the water and eat bacteria and algae. Butterfly larvae eat plants on land.
Well they do NOT eat Mosquito s, they usually don't eat once adults they just breed and die, if they do eat they eat nectar. As larvae they eat what most larvae do, roots and other vegetation in the soil.
Decomposers eat dead material. Most decomposers are fungus and bacteria. However, mosquito larvae does not eat dead organic material, and therefore is not a decomposer.
They eat mosquito larvae.
Yes, they do. Mostly mosquito larvae eat them though.
no why because they where so small
tell me wat size r mosquito larvae
They will eat mosquito larvae and any bugs that linger on or near the surface.
Crayfish cannot eat adult mosquitoes. Crayfish are aquatic. However, baby crayfish love to eat mosquito larvae. Mosquito larvae begin their life in water and later grow into their adult flying form.
A mosquito larvae breathes in air through its siphon. It is the younger one of a mosquito!! CHA CHA!!
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
Yes, they do. They pretty much eat anything that moves in the pond or stream, including critters up to their own size.