A descendent from the last carnivorous plants, the deathbottle is a plant that evolves 200 million years from now, in the Rainshadow Desert of Pangea II. It commonly eats desert hoppers, which it traps by disguising itself as part of the ground. When the desert hoppers stumble into the trap, the cover collapses inwards, and pierces the prey, which would then struggle before inevitably dying within the trap. Finally, very much like the carnivorous plants of today, they secrete enzymes and digestive juices to break down the prey, and adsorb its nutrients.
Because the deathbottle lives in the desert, often times being few and far apart, it relies on the bumblebeetle to transport its seeds from one place to another. It achieves this by tricking the bumblebeetle into thinking that they have found a recently dead and injured ocean flish, and after going inside what it believes to a wound, it falls within a different "trap" and gets covered in the plants pollen which covers the traps walls. After struggling inside the pollen-laced bulb, the bumblebeetle would come across a brightly coloured portion of the "pollen trap" and be sprung out, still covered in the plants reproductive material. Finally, when the bumblebeetle comes across a true dead flish, the seeds should fall off the insect, and land on the ground, fertilized by the rotting flesh. Thus, it could be perceived the plant is asexually reproductive, and doesn't need to be fertilized with the pollen of other deathbottles.