Part way through my story, I have a team of brightly coloured insectoid creatures who are revealed to have human forms. I wasn't happy with this when I wrote it and now that I'm re-drafting, I think I need help to make it more than a roll-call. What I've got so far is: The five battle weary members of the Arthropod Squad landed in the docks. Simultaneously, in flashes of light the same colours as their bodies, each of them became human. The Sapphire Dragonfly became Rick, the Citrine Crab turned into Cecelia, the Emerald Mantis was revealed to be Tim, the Amethyst Scorpion became Jessica and the Amber Wasp changed back into Delta. Immediately, her legs gave way beneath her, causing her to collapse. The creatures and the people they become have already appeared in the story, but this is the first time they're revealed to be the same beings. Does the second paragraph flow well, or is it repetitive?