A larva (plural form larvae) is a juvenile form of animal with indirect development, undergoing metamorphosis (for example, insects or amphibians). The larva can look completely different from the adult form, for example, a caterpillar differs from a butterfly. Caterpillars, for instance, eat leaves voraciously. Tadpoles (that become frogs when adult) love... lettuce! Hope this helps!
Frogs do not typically eat any sort of larvae. Frogs are usually quite content with flies and other flying insects.
Different caterpillars eat various things. Most eat the leaves of plants, a few eat the eggs of insects, aphids, scale insects or ant larvae. Some eat other caterpillars.
There are many different types of larvae and they eat different things that include leaves from various plants like milkweed. Some larvae eat meat and others eat insects like aphids.
dragonfly larvae eats mosquito larvae.
Butterfly Larvae are typically called "caterpillars" and they eat foliage.
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.
Damselfly larvae eat worms and small Gambuzia (small fish).
Ant larvae look like maggots. They can eat small pieces of insects that are brought to them by worker ants. Others will eat other ant larvae.
Midge larvae eat dead organic stuff down at the bottoms of ponds!
No. They eat a variety of things, not just fish: they eat berries, carrion, grass, insect larvae, various plants, etc.
Minnows eat algae and other random floaty things such as little bug larvae and other unidentified things catching the stream's current.
if its a larvae, it cant eat, therefore how can it be carnivorous?
Fish do feed on mosquito larvae.
They eat mostly mosquito larvae, THEY DO NOT ABSORB THEIR ENERGY FROM THE SUN! - to the goon who answered before me.
Foxes can eat larvae, but only if they are starving. They will usually go for larger rodents and mammals.
They eat small aquatic vascular plants, nymphs, and larvae. They eat small aquatic vascular plants, nymphs, and larvae.
Bromelaids eat mosquito larvae.
They eat aphids as well!
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
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.
fruit and lots of healthy stuff
Most fish will gladly to eat the larvae.