I'm not too sure about this one, I think it's a bit too obvious, but I can't think of anything else to link the insect side. It looks like a fuzzy necked beetle, to that's the -tle suffix.
Cuprum is the Latin for Copper, and since in the Periodic Table, Copper, Silver and Gold are in a line. I thought it was nicer to go for that line rather than Bronze (which is an alloy of Copper anyway). But since we used the Latin for Gold in Aurumoth's name then I thought it was appropriate to stick with the theme.
EDIT2: After CiteAndPrune's advice. I'm considering a change from Cupratle to maybe Cupreetle but I don't know. I don't think it sounds as natural
Argentum is latin for Silver, Chrysalis is the first evolution of a caterpillar.
Pronunciation for those that care. CUE-PREY-TUL, and ARGE (as in barge) -UH-LISS
Thanks for your time. Feedback appreciated
EDIT: Might clarify, Cupratle --> Argalis --> Aurumoth (if it wasn't clear)
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