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Male mosquitoes feed on nectar and may have a minor role in pollination. Mosquito larvae consume bacteria and algae in the water and in turn provide a food source for frogs, fish, spiders and other species. Dragonflies a.k.a. "mosquito hawks" and damselflies eat their share and their larvae eat lots of the mosquito larvae which hang just beneath the surface of the water, breathing air from little tubes in their abdomens. Bats and birds such as purple martins eat their share, but none of these species would be significantly harmed if mosquitoes suddenly disappeared from earth.
|Orange Damselfly eating mosquito - emhughes.com|
Elijah Hughes at this link has a good review of the options.
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