You don’ see this very often. In the greenhouse yesterday and saw this. My first thought was, did not know that these are carnivores. This is Bulb. fascintor. The fly began to buzz and wiggle. And after about 5 minutes it got free. After looking at how the bloom captured the fly, and held it there for quite awhile as the fly struggled to get free. This must be pollination in action. I have not smelled the bloom to see if I could detect as any oder, don’t usually smell the bulbos, this plant has three blooms and another fascinator in bloom with a couple of blooms on the other side of greenhouse. Also 4/5 other bulbos in bloom in the ghouse. Cool to see how the hooks on the column held the fly right in place and made the fly work to free itself using the small hairs on the fly’s back to rake the pollin sacks. Very well done! We have to to see if any thing comes of this.