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You can still find insects beautiful, even if they majorly creep you out. Here are some strange and iridescent characters. Via Gizmodo:

Haverstman Spider

11 Glittering Insects From the US Geological Survey's Bug Collection

Sweat Bee (Lasioglossum foxii)

11 Glittering Insects From the US Geological Survey's Bug Collection

Leafcutter Bee (Megachile texana)

11 Glittering Insects From the US Geological Survey's Bug Collection

Mason Bee (Dianthidium ulkei)

11 Glittering Insects From the US Geological Survey's Bug Collection

Planthopper (Rhynchomitra)

11 Glittering Insects From the US Geological Survey's Bug Collection

Leafcutter Bee (Megachile lanata)

11 Glittering Insects From the US Geological Survey's Bug Collection

Horsefly (Tabanus atratus)

11 Glittering Insects From the US Geological Survey's Bug Collection

Jumping Spider

11 Glittering Insects From the US Geological Survey's Bug Collection

Orchard spider (Leucauge venusta)

11 Glittering Insects From the US Geological Survey's Bug Collection

Ebony Jewelwing Damselfly (Calopteryx maculata)

11 Glittering Insects From the US Geological Survey's Bug Collection

Japanese Beetle (Popillia japonica)

11 Glittering Insects From the US Geological Survey's Bug Collection

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