Item #: SCP-1067
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: Due to the nature of SCP-1067 it cannot be shifted. Site-██ is to be set up within the bounds of SCP-1067-1 under the guise of an environmental reserve for specific flora, said flora being SCP-1067 specifically. Any birds seen to land within the grounds of SCP-1067-1 are to be shot with a silenced weapon and retrieved from the grounds of SCP-1067-1 for disposal. Non-destructive insecticides are to be applied at regular intervals of 24 hours to prevent pollination via local insect life. Any human interfering within SCP-1067-1 is to be detered by means of warnings and threats of legal ramification. Any human who tresspasses within the grounds of Site-██ is to be detained and administered a Class B amnesiac and then returned to the outskirts of ██████.
Description: SCP-1067 is a small herbaceous plant that appears to be a regular plant of the Graminae family. It can grow to approximately 1.5 metres in height at the largest, and unlike most Graminoids does not create a turf across large areas of ground, instead appearing in single shoots across a small grassland area of just under one hundred (100) square meters, designated SCP-1067-1.
SCP-1067 itself has no anomalous effects of its own. However, in the case that the leaves of SCP-1067 are touched by morning dew, small formations of water on the surface of the leaves, the dew becomes SCP-1067-2, manifesting anomalous effects. The surface of SCP-1067-2 will become free of impurities, capturing a perfect image of the surroundings across the surface. This effect will continue for as long as SCP-1067-2 remains on the leaf.
Should the droplet be disturbed by forces resulting in either evaporation or the removal of the droplet from the leaf, the anomalous effects change. The image on the droplet has been observed to freeze, capturing anything within. Items visibly captured within SCP-1067-2 have been observed to still completely while it is in motion. When the droplet has another outside force act upon it, i.e. the droplet hits the ground, all items visibly captured within experience equivalent force to SCP-1067-2, invariably creating a small area of concentrated destruction. The effect has been noted to be the same for evaporation or other effects that disappate SCP-1067-2.
Cross-pollination of SCP-1067 with other flowers has proven possible and should be prevented, as detailed in the Special Containment Procedures. Any plant cross-pollinated with SCP-1067 exhibits identical properties to the original. Pollination has so far been shown to occur through human transfer, avian transfer, and insectoid pollination. SCP-1067 itself has no need for pollination to survive, as it has been observed to spontaneously arise in SCP-1067-1 without prior pollination or seeding. For this reason, destruction of SCP-1067 has been deemed impossible as it continues to arise despite attempts to eradicate it.