leucophysalis grows sticky leaves that catch small gnats and then tiny (1\8in.) assasin bugs eat the gnats (much in the matter of roridula). I don`t know if that classifys as a carnivore or not. I just found it growing in my yard one day and said "hey thats cool it`s like a roridula" and decided to up it out of the ground and start growing it in a pot. It flowers and seeds profusely and should be grown as a tomato. So is this a carnivore?