Thread: Mosquito larva is bad or good?
Mosquito larva is bad or good?
Well some of u know that my Texas pair have some frys. I put some of them in a 10g that I have outside. They don't have artificial light and don't have a top. So when I look at them today I see some mosquito larve. They seem dead. Maybe the fry eat them. Is that good or bad for the fry? Oh and the filter I use is a Eheim Liberty 50g. Here are some pics. The pics don't look very good sorry
03-20-2014, 06:07 PM #2
Depending on the size of the fry the mosquito larvae they would be a source of food for your fry. What you want to watch out for though is if you get any dragonfly or mayfly larvae in your tank. Those suckers will eat your fry. You look into putting a lid on the tank just to keep that from happening.Increasing your biodiversity increases your stability.
You know what this tank needs? ........................ Crypts.
03-20-2014, 06:25 PM #3
I will be growing mosquito larvae this summer to feed all of my fish...to be honest, from your pics, it looks like those are merely skins left behind from mosquitos that have hatched and flown...at least the first 2 pics, anyway
I will be buying a top and slaphppy that is what I see. They look like empty