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    Tallahassee FL

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    Default tetras eating love bugs

    0 Not allowed!
    so it is love bug season where I am and I am wondering do tetras eat then and if they do how to prepare then? Are love bug bad for fish to eat? Oh and how to prepare Mosquito larvae do I just go catch or raise then

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    0 Not allowed!
    I don't know about the love bugs(I looked them up and they seem pretty large, and also are very acidic)
    but mosquito larvae can be caught at most stagnant water bodies or cultured in a sunlit stagnant outdoors tub with compost.
    be sure that whatever body of water you are catching them from is not polluted and also make sure you kill them before feeding your fish. some larvae might survive in the tank, make it
    to the adult stage and exact revenge upon you and other people in your household.

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