This one reminded me of an egg with the yolk showing.
So of course I had to peek at the little yolk. Hi chicky!
Bloodroot is one of Wisconsin’s wildflowers; it’s in the poppy family. It’s not very big, the bloom is about 1 ½ inches on a 5-10 inch stalk. It blooms rather early and if you pick one the stem looks like it’s bleeding. Some people use it’s red orange juice for a dye or as an insect repellent.
I saw some of these last year, but didn’t know what they were.