they eat small insects and larvae
All salamanders are carnivorous: larger ones consume earthworms and adults and larvae of many insects; smaller species eat small insects, insect larvae and various small invertebrates. Larvae eat tadpoles, smaller salamander larvae and aquatic invertebrates
Predaceous diving beetles will eat tadpoles, salamander larvae, and other aquatic insects.
Many reptiles and birds, noteably storks and herons and such. Insects will occasionally have a go at them as well, especially the larvae of dragonflies will hunt tadpoles and salamander larvae.
no specific name just species of salamander and add the word larvae.
Yes, if it is hungry...:)
no. a salamander is almost the size of a crayfish.
dragonfly larvae eats mosquito larvae.