The draft can be found here. Any input is good, even if it is just "I like the idea." Thank you in advance.
1) Why does it deserve a keter classification? If one were to lock the flower in a box, what would happen? If the answer is nothing, then it should be classed as safe.
2) Kudos on finding the cutest damn bunny picture, but unfortunately, it doesn't help the fear factor.
3) When you say "energy production", do you mean on a cellular level, like ATP production? Oxidative phosphorylation? Glycolysis? If you aren't specific, it doesn't sound authentic or scientific, however specific details are an anathema to horror. I'd avoid all discussions on "energy production" altogether to get around that dilemma.
4) Is there any logic behind the SCP's actions? It seems to me that a parasite benefits more from keeping its host alive - expending precious resources just to make the animal more efficient at getting to the next animal seems counter intuitive and inefficient. There are real parasites that do try to get its host to migrate towards future hosts (nematodes and the like), but that takes far less effort than rebuilding an animal's entire body. It seems to me that the parasite would get the highest net energy by doing as little as possible, once it found a host.
Kudos on finding the cutest damn bunny picture, but unfortunately, it doesn't help the fear factor.
Indeed. freaking adorable.
On another note I think this SCP will need quite a bit of reworking to survive on the wiki. Granted I'm pretty skeptical of diseases and parasites on this wiki, but this just doesn't stand out. I found myself skimming and the writing was sloppy. Although I can see promise in the base idea of a victim being slowly eaten by a flower you need to consider a few things.
1) Classification - As mentioned above this is hardly a keter as you can lock it away with no fears.
2) Containment - Why are those temperatures required? And why is an entire task force equipped with nitrogen required to recontain this item which is not Keter and as far as I can tell fairly easy to recontain?
3) Careful re-writing of stages. You try to make a scientific article without really having the scientific vocabulary that is required to pull it off. This is one place where [REDACTED] and [EXPUNGED] can be your friends. Also choosing your words carefully will help as well. You could mention the parasite observes the host's cellular structure or biochemistry and sound scientific without having to figure out words for energy production. Also I think you were desperately looking for the word photosynthesis throughout this article although that might just be me.
4) Discovery - This part is poorly written and is mostly description again.
5) Rethink your behavior - As Maninahat stated parasites benefit from living hosts. They wouldn't be killing their hosts if they could help it.
6) Make it Stand out - There are so many parasites that brutally suck life out of their hosts on this wiki and in nature that you are going to have to give us a good reason why yours is so unique. I don't have a good suggestion at the moment but be sure to think this over.
Hope this helps.