The steamer under the midnight sun, anchored about two miles from the devil’s thumb, 1869 From The Arctic regions, illustrated with photographs taken on an art expedition to Greenland Created by William Bradford, published 1873.
Hydnellum peckii~ also called the Bleeding Tooth fungus. It's also known by the names 'Devil's Tooth' or 'Strawberries and Creme'. It's found in the pine forests of northwestern America and Central Europe. Ironically, their oozing 'blood' actually contains an anticoagulant called atromentrin.