the pitcher plant is a carnivorous plant meaning flesh eating. pitcher plants grow all around the world. there is 2 types of pitcher plants the north American pitcher plants, and the tropical pitcher plant Nepenthes.
The pitcher plant lacks nitrogen. In order to get nitrogen it catches the insect & digest its protein in an acid solution. The plant can then absorb the nitrogen compounds it needs to make its own compounds.
An Australian pitcher plant is another name for a Western Australian pitcher plant - also known as the Albany pitcher plant, a carnivorous plant of Western Australia, Latin name Cephalotus follicularis.
The Dodder (a parasite, leafless, annual plant,etc.) A Venus Flytrap (they eat insects.) Pitcher plant (which grows in Borneo and tropical Asia. The Pitcher plant gives out a sweet juice that attracts insects.) And lots more! Try researching it online!