Agestrata luzonica is a species of flower chafers from the family Cetoniidae, they belong to the genus Agestrata. Their suborder is Polyphaga as they possess the key features seen in beetles from the sub-order Polyphaga.
With a striking metallic green exoskeleton with the luster of a golden tint, their appearance can often be misled as for cetonia aurata (European rose chafer) Agestrata luzonica may be one of the nature's truly admirable artworks. The propagation of light and the reflection of light affects the colors seen by a human eye ranging from a mix of red, golden, blue, olive green and violet luster. Their elytra prevents their transparent wings from being exposed to predatory organisms. They have 4 abdominal segments each having a pair f spiracles allowing them to breath through, their legs constitute of the average 5-8 segments with the tarsus and the tibia being columned with visibly sharp spikes. Their body length is roughly the size of a human thumb.