Bloodpeer was the one I could not remember. And different sources, most private, some USDA. And red fleshed pears are not like red fleshed apples in that red fleshed apples have a wide range of flavors and textures. For the most part once red fleshed pears are ripe you only have a few days to do something with them with the exception of Verbelu.
Now this is for our region which is SE Ohio, someone somewhere else might have a different experience.
I pick them early and we mix them with perry pears/