Photographs Nepenthes singalana pitcher insect trap on the end of a leaf tendril. This species is found growing on Mount Singgalang in Sumatra. See Nepenthes species Nepenthes singalana illuminated with UV light and photographed by Andrew Davis at JIC. It’s like a mini lava lamp! See Nepenthes species Cephalotus follicularis is the only plant in the order Oxalidales to have developed carnivorous habits, in a family with one genus and one species. It is found in only one place in the world, in the peaty swamps of western Australia, where there is little available nutrition in the soil. See Cephalotus follicularis Young Cephalotus follicularis pitcher traps. See Cephalotus follicularis Cephalotus follicularis illuminated with UV light and photographed by Andrew Davis at JIC. When illuminated with UV the plant has glowing vampire teeth! For more info see Cephalotus follicularis Utricularia Cephalotus Nepenthes Sarracenia Please click on the images above to find out more about these carnivorous plants.