rating: -5+x

Item #: SCP-7156

Object class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: Camera storage of SCP-7156 has be fortified and isolated greenhouse with flowers _ The recommended size of the greenhouse is 30 x 100 meters in perimeter and 5 meters in height. Another container should be located around the storage chamber at a distance of 8-10 meters. The entrance to the storage room should be through a corridor from the beginning of the outer container to the room, with a door at the beginning and at the end of the corridor. Designated personnel should only enter the storage room wearing a suit that provides chemical protection level 2 or higher and protection against small insects. When performing work in the storage chamber, maximum precautions should be taken so as not to harm SCP-7156-K.

At its own request, SCP-7156-I can receive up to 3 kilograms of sugar each day. SCP-7156-I shall also be provided with one (1) forty-eight (48) page notepad each month, as well as books approved by the facility curator. With the permission of the curator of the object, SCP-7156-I can receive other things and substances. At the end of the month, copies of his records should be made secretly from SCP-7156-I and sent for research. Communication with SCP-7156-I should be conducted only through the Foundation's designated lawyer.

Collection and research of SCP-7156-2 can only be carried out with the permission of the curator of the object and in accordance with the protocol 003VeryHighBee-R-UA, and only in compliance with the norms of anti-narcotic protection of level 4 or higher.

Description: SCP-7156 is an anomalous species of eusocial insect bred by solomonar [REDACTED]. Although genetic analysis indicates that the species was derived from the modification of a local species of cockroach, SCP-7156 mostly visually mimics bees. They also have the features of some types of termites. SCP-7156 form a polygynous colony consisting of different castes (phenotypes), designated SCP-7156-I ("king"), SCP-7156-L ("queens"), SCP-011- UA-N ("scouts"), SCP-7156-O ("hunters"), SCP-7156-S ("saboteurs") and SCP-7156-Z (workers).

SCP-7156-I visually resembles a winged termite king. SCP-7156-I is intelligent and capable of telepathic communication, including for colony control. SCP-7156-I's intelligence depends on the number of SCP-7156-Ns contained within SCP-7156-K. It is assumed that SCP-7156-I uses them as additional computing power for its own brain. Interviews with SCP-7156-I were the primary source of evidence regarding the history of SCP-7156's creation.

SCP-7156-L are similar to the queens of termite colonies, but are smaller in size and have additional pseudo-limbs that "grow" into the hive walls. They also have an atrophied or completely absent colony pheromone control system due to SCP-7156-I performing the control function. SCP-7156-L has reproductive changes characteristic of viviparous cockroach species.

SCP-7156-N mimic bee drones, but typically have additional or branched limbs, more developed eyes, and other senses. SCP-7156-I uses them as a source of information about the surrounding environment when they are outside the hive , and as additional computing power of their own brain when solving problems when they are inside the hive. Individuals are able to move even with significant body damage.

SCP-7156-O are visually similar to local species of beetles, but with a single compound eye, and have an exoskeleton made of a stronger material - a composite of chitin and dentin. They use their developed jaws to hunt small animals, from other types of insects to small mammals.

SCP-7156-S disguise themselves as local species of flies. They have a reserve of anomalous poison, which, when directly injected from their masked sting into the animal's body, leads to a chain reaction of the transformation of blood hemoglobin into similar poison molecules. SCP-7156-S will attack large animals and humans attempting to harm a hive or large numbers of individuals.

SCP-7156-Z are visually almost identical to worker bees, but differ in behavior and internal structure. Outside the hive, they feed primarily on plant material (fungi and ants have also been observed) and produce SCP-7156-2 using altered salivary glands.

SCP-7156-K is an SK BIO type 005 ("Kiraak") individual used by the main colony as a hive. Unlike most individuals created by sarcastic cults, SCP-7156-K is the size of a beehive, retains some ability to move under the control of SCP-7156-I (via limbs disguised as hive legs), is covered in a layer of a clay mixture (typical of non-anomalous termites) with applied images of masking memetic agents, and genetic analysis shows that the basis for creation was a domestic dog (female). SCP-7156-K's udder instead of mammary glands has vessels connected to individual honey cells, teats marked with melanin spots in the form of late adititis letters. Milking SCP-7156-K is the fastest way to collect liquid SCP-7156-2 (an alternative is to manually carry SCP-7156-2 by SCP-7156 individuals and pump SCP-7156-2 out of cells by using a probe with a tube).

SCP-7156-2 is a collective designation for substances described in found notes of Solomonar [REDACTED] as honey, although some varieties differ significantly from honey in organoleptic parameters, color, or composition. Most types of SCP-7156-2 have anomalous properties. Substances with the identifier SCP-7156-2-a are visually indistinguishable from non-anomalous honey, so they must be stored exclusively in containers with appropriate labeling, as well as utensils for experiments and other temporary storage containers. Other varieties of SCP-7156-2 have significant differences, making their identification easier.

ID Description Notes
SCP-7156-2-a1 Buckwheat honey SCP-7156-2-a1 causes a feeling of synesthesia. According to D-class personnel who have consumed 003-D-a1, they begin to "hear and taste " honey in other items. Produced by individuals of SCP-7156-N
SCP-7156-2-a2 Heather honey SCP-7156-2-a2 is highly addictive. Consumption of SCP-7156-2-a2 in an amount of approximately 300-500 grams per week leads to the death of the subjects. Produced by individuals of SCP-7156-L
SCP-7156-2-a3 Lime honey SCP-7156-2-a3 has an abnormally strong odor. It was observed that 003-D-a3 evaporates at a rate that exceeds that of similar substances by 20-30 times. SCP-1264-RU samples made from SCP-7156-2-a3 can be used for inhalation at normal temperatures.
SCP-7156-2-a4 Solar Honey SCP-7156-2-a4 has weak poisonous properties. It has been observed that the use of 003-D-a4 in small quantities can destroy parasites in the human body, and cure or improve some infectious diseases. Produced by individuals of SCP-7156-O

Below is an incomplete description of the other created SCP-7156-2:

ID Appearance Properties Notes
SCP-7156-2-b1 Golden honey The composition corresponds to honey with impurities of andromedotoxin and unknown substances. Use causes vivid oneroid hallucinations. Subjects who were in a place with less than 50 lux of light at the time of the onset of the effect physically disappear for the duration of the hallucinations. Prolonged exposure leads to partial tolerance - activation of the abnormal effect requires larger doses, reverse materialization occurs before the end of hallucinations, etc. Some employees had hallucinations of a distant city described as similar to Adytum.
SCP-7156-2-b2 Red honey Unlike SCP-7156-2-b1, it does not contain andromedotoxin, but the number of unknown substances is much higher. Consumption of SCP-7156-2-b2 results in complex hallucinations consistent with the memories of individuals who have come into contact with SCP-7156-I. Repeated use over a long period of time can lead to abnormal bodily changes. Due to the risk of these side effects and possible disclosure of the data, experiments on SCP-7156-2-b2 have been temporarily halted. According to information on solomonar [REDACTED], there have been cases of temporary abductions of travelers whose memories SCP-7156-I was examining.
SCP-7156-2-b3 Coal-black honey The consumption of quantities of 500 micrograms or more causes an abnormal process that begins with delirium and disturbing visions, but quickly progresses to organ necrosis, the materialization of fly larvae in the body of subjects, and ends with the complete disappearance of the affected body. There are known cases of SCP-7156-2-b3 being used as poison
SCP-7156-2-b4 [DATA DELETED] [DATA EXPUNGED] is an antidote to the effects of SCP-7156-2-b3. Does not prevent non-lethal collateral damage and scarring
SCP-7156-2-c1 Thick substance of dark red color Organoleptic indicators are close to non-abnormal apple jam. It has no anomalous properties of its own, but crossover experiments have shown that the substance is able to accumulate anomalous influence from some sources. When used to make SCP-1264-RU, allows the resulting samples to retain their properties much longer.
SCP-7156-2-d1 Black wax Similar to ordinary wax, but a more flammable substance that has a black color and a high content of aromatic and cyclic carbohydrates. Combustion of SCP-7156-2-d1 produces a greenish flame, use for illumination increases contrast. Mixtures with ordinary wax were used in the village near the original location to make candles.
SCP-7156-2-d2 Hard resin of various colors A substance similar to amber. It is usually translucent and brown in color, but can turn red, purple, blue, or bright green over time. Red samples are warm to the touch, purple can cause glossolalia with unprotected contact, green have a mushroom smell, blue - [REDACTED]. Records indicate that SCP-7156-2-d2 may be used in some Lihakut'ak practices.
SCP-7156-2-e1 Liquid of pink color A nectar-like substance that is pink in color and tastes like blood. Can be used as a medicine for porphyria. Cross-experimentation has shown that SCP-7156-2-e2 can be used as a blood substitute for anomalies that require human blood. SCP-7156 individuals have been observed to occasionally use SCP-7156-2-e1 as food.
SCP-7156-2-e2 Opaque white liquid The composition is similar to the "milk" of viviparous cockroaches, but it contains a relatively large amount of essential amino acids and trace elements. Employees who used SCP-7156-2-e2 claimed that the liquid "tastes disgusting", but studies have shown that human consumption of SCP-7156-2-e2 in a small quantity has a positive effect on her state of health. SCP-7156 individuals have been observed using SCP-7156-2-е2 to feed larvae. The use of SCP-7156-2-e2 as a food additive is approved.


To facilitate research, all SCP-7156-I diary entries have been split into two separate blocks. Translation of data is the responsibility of Dos. Acoit.

Record of the first category: Tales of Solomonar

Record of the second category: Biographical information

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