This year I decided to let my vfts flower for the first time so I could hopefully collect seed. Anyways I was out at the bog garden pollinating them when I saw a fly land on the lip of a S. Rubra hybrid and I watched him for a few seconds and it appeared as if he just dived in!. There was no falling or crawling down he jumped! So I continue pollinating my VFTs and another fly lands on my Judith Hindle so I watch him and the same thing happens. The fly dives right into the trap but this one got lucky and after bumbling around managed to fly out. So I take the opportunity to look in the trap and I notice it is full almost to the top with the itty bitty brown ants and they are all alive and wiggling. It doesn't look like they are trying to get out they are just sitting their wiggling. It seems as if an ant would be able to crawl out of a pitch plant as I have seen them crawl on almost any substance like latex paint and glass. So does the nectar from Sarracenia make bugs suicidal? I wish I had a video camera to take some film clips of the flies diving in and to look at the bugs squirming in the trap. It was crazy cool.