basic trapping mechanisms are found in carnivorous plants:
Flypaper traps use a sticky mucus (eg, sundews).
trap prey in a rolled leaf that contains a pool of
digestive enzymes (pitcher plants).
Bladder traps suck in prey with a bladder that
generates an internal vacuum (Bladderworts).
Snap traps utilize rapid leaf movements.
Lobster-pot traps force prey to move towards a
digestive organ with inward pointing hairs (Sarracenia