Another carnivorous plant

Yesterday, I came across a round-leafed sundew (Drosera rotundifolia). This plant was tiny, not much bigger than the individual sphagnum moss plants amongst which it was growing. I thought I saw some movement on one of the lower leaves.

A tiny plant with leaves that show a sticky substance on them.
Drosera rotundifolia

Sure enough, one of the sticky leaves had ensnared several insects, including a small crane fly that was still struggling feebly.

A small fly with very long legs stuck on a sundew leaf.

The body of the crane fly is far enough away from the leaf that I suspect the plant’s enzymes won’t be able to digest most of the insect. Not that the crane fly’s corpse will go to waste; something else will decompose it, and keep its nutrients cycling through the interdependent web.