Most of the images were shot with a Canon 40D, Canon MPE65 1x - 5x macro lens, and MT24EX Twin Flash with DIY Diffuser.. Typical setting: 1/200, F11, ISO100, handheld.
An amazing blue and spiny soldier fly. I was really amazed and excited when I saw it last Saturday! I found it at the same forest where i found the blue robber fly. Hmm..think I'll be going back there to look for more "blue" bugs :D
Soldier fly, Clitellaria bilineata
Blue robber fly, subfamily Laphriinae. Might be an Orthogonis sp.
Slightly "blue" ant :)
Not sure if this counts as blue..
Another type of blue soldier fly, Cibotogaster sp. (male)
A blue tiger beetle
A somewhat blue damselfly
Lastly, a blue jumping spider
Signal fly, Platystomatidae, a species of Loxonevra near decora Fabricius.
Blue bee, Thyreus sp.
If these cool and exotic blue insects still can't convince you to take up slr macro photography, then I don't know what will :P