Generally the top predator, axolotls will eat anything they can catch, including molluscs, fishes, and arthropods.
Generally the top predator in their natural environment, axolotls are important in structuring community dynamics.
Axolotls will eat anything that they can catch, including molluscs, fishes, and arthropods, as well as conspecifics. They use vision and chemical cues to perceive their environment and discover invertebrate prey.
Sources: (Griffiths, Bride, et al., 2004; Majchrzak, 2004; Shaffer, 1989)