Tickberry Bush: This 3 to 5 foot tall shrub produces beautiful green robust berries that are considered a very expensive delicacy to most societies. However, the bush attracts mud ticks by the thousand, and each berry is typically covered in the insects waiting for a host to latch onto.
Purple Tar Plant: Many cautionary tales exist for this 1 foot tall stemless ground cover plant. Purple Tar leaves are an almost black hue of purple. The leaves droop in all directions, and are covered in a sticky adhesive coating. The plant, while not harmful in itself, is home to thousands of types of parasites and worms, and as a creature steps into the plant, they become stuck, and the insects inside begin to infest the new host.