The Japanese beetle (Popillia japonica) creates large problems in the US where it eats vegetation without as many predators.
The Six-spotted Tiger beetle (Cicindela sexguttata) is one of the shiniest green beetles found in North America.
The Common Green June beetle (Cotinis nitida) is a common green shiny beetle in states such as Georgia.
Dogbane Leaf beetles (Chrysochus auratus) get their names from their exclusive food, dogbane.
Figeater beetles (Cotinis mutabilis) have a dark green body with yellow bands on the sides of the elytra.
The Fiery Searcher beetle (Calosoma scrutator) has a shiny uniform green elytra and a blue cephalothorax.
Emerald Ash Borers (Agrilus planipennis) have a metallic shiny uniform green body.
The Rainbow Scarab (Phanaeus vindex) has a shiny green color with yellow-brown nuances on the thorax.
The Green Immigrant Leaf weevil (Polydrusus formosus) is a common species in temperate climates.
The Asian Oak weevil (Cyrtepistomus castaneus) has a uniform green color with visible grooves on the elytra.