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.
Fish do feed on mosquito larvae.
Most fish will gladly to eat the larvae.
Damselfly larvae eat worms and small Gambuzia (small fish).
Dragonfly larvae, or 'nymphs', are predatory and will eat small fish!
Insects, insect larvae and small fish.
They eat mosquito larvae.
They eat larvae, worms, crayfish, snails, and small fish.
freshwater shrimp, larvae ect
Sea horses do eat plankton.They also eat fish larvae.
Yes, dragonfly larvae eat many kinds animals, including mosquito larvae, damselfly larvae, and even tadpoles and small fish when they are larger.
fish/salmon :) bears don't eat honey. they eat bee larvae
Sticklebacks feed on small crustaceans and fish larvae.
Platypuses eat freshwater insect larvae, as do frogs, spiders, fish and some birds.
Pipefish are predators. They eat crustaceans, small fish, aquatic insects and insect larvae. Exactly what they eat depends on the species. Smaller ones eat copepods, amphipod larvae, small mysids. Larger ones might eat grass shrimp and fish.
It eats small fish, fish larvae, and bottom-dwelling crustaceans.
No. They eat a variety of things, not just fish: they eat berries, carrion, grass, insect larvae, various plants, etc.
In captivity the owner has to feed the fish. In the wild the fish hide and hunt. They eat small water born crustacea like daphnia and insect larvae such as mosquito larvae..
vegines pinasisplanctonFlying fish eat crabs, insects, larvae, zooplankton, and other small organisms.
You can net and remove them or you can put some fish in that are large enough to hunt and eat them. Well grown Dragon fly larvae will easily eat fish as large as 8mls.
Like adult dragonflies, dragonfly larvae also eat other insects. Since they are mostly aquatic, they can also get big enough to eat tadpoles and small fish.
Platypuses do not eat fish. It is conceivable, although unlikely, that they might eat very, very tiny fish which were the same size as the insect larvae and annelid worms they eat.
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.
No. Although a platypus is a carnivore, it doe not eat fish. It eats tiny crustaceans and larvae that live on the bottom of creeks and rivers