Blood clover              
                          
                                          
 The  Moss  Commonly   Known   As  "Blood 
 Clover"  Is A Carnivorous  Plant  Native 
 To Northern Eurasia. Despite  Its  Name, 
 It'S   Actually   A   Kind   Of    Moss. 
                                          
                                    
                                          
 Blood Clover Is  In  Its  Dormant  State 
  Indistinguishable From Regular Clover.  
 When  Disturbed,  It  Produces  A  Thick 
 Sticky  Sap That  Will  Ensnare  Animals 
 That Are  Too Weak To Move Away  (Frogs, 
 Mice,  Insects)  And  Slowly Melt  Them. 
 The   Plant  Then  Feeds  Off   Of   The 
  Nutrients Released. During Feeding The  
 Leaves Will  Take  On  A  Reddish  Tint, 
 From  Which  The  Plant Get  Its  Common 
 Name.                                
                                          
 You  Can  Sometimes  Spot   Bleeding  Or 
 Scars Along The  Legs  Of Bigger Animals 
 Who'S  Lingered  In  The Moss  For  Some 
 Time.                                
                                          
                                    
                                          
 The Sap Has Been  Used  For Tattoos.  It 
 Is Reportedly  Faint But Pleasant To The 
 Taste,  And   Can  Of  Course  Only   Be 
      Consumed In Small Quantities.