Fish Eat Mosquito Larvae?


Mosquito larvae are mostly eaten by the mosquito fish and some species of birds. Generally, there are several other species of insects and small animals that are the predators of the mosquito as well as their larvae.
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Mosquito larvae typically feed on bacteria, organic material and some microscopic plants and animals that are found in water. Some mosquito species are known to feed mainly on blood of amphibians while some species eat plant nectar.
Mosquito larvae will feed on natural, organic material and bacteria. They also feed on microscopic plants and animals that are found in water. The pupae do not eat. You can find more information here:
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