Utricularia Bisquamata is a carnivorous plant that doesn't look anything like a plant that eats living organisms!
Given appropriate condition, this pant produces miniature orchid like pinky flowers that are highly unusual.
The carnivorous activity occurs below the soil surface. Along the roots are bladder-like traps that capture small organisms lurking in the mushy soil. When a trap is triggered, the vacuum in the bladder quickly fills up with water, which also sucks in its prey at the same time
Keep moist, using rainwater or filtered water.
Keep in medium light levels, preferably away from direct sunlight.