What plants and why do they feed heterotrophically?

1) insectivorous plants, such as sundew, flycatcher, pemphigus, nepentes and others, feed heterotrophically;
2) insectivorous plants thus make up for the lack of nutrients, as they grow on soils poor in mineral salts.

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