If there are tiny black bugs in your house, they are probably carpet beetles. Here is how you can identify them and get rid of them.
Tiny bugs that infest your home fall into different categories. Small beetles, mites and psocids infest various foods. Whiteflies, thrips and gnats infest plants, and some tiny bugs, like the springtail, are drawn to moisture. Closely observing what the bugs are doing will help you to identify them.
Dear Heather, This summer I have been noticing these itsy bitsy little gray bugs on my window sills in the kitchen and bathroom. They are so light and tiny I have almost thought they were dust at times. Last week I diluted some bleach on a cloth and wiped down the sills. That seems toRead More »
Black citrus aphids (Toxoptera aurantii) and black peach aphids (Brachycaudus persicae) feed in colonies on flowers and leaves. At first glance, these tiny, black bugs look like poppy seeds to the naked eye.
HELP!!!!! My tiny (300 sq ft) basement apartment is infested with itty bitty black flying bugs! They are very small; the largest of them is about 1/10 to 1/15 the size of a normal house fly, the smallest is only slighlty bigger than a gnat.
Gnats are small black flies that are usually 1/10 inch in length. They have two wings and physically resemble mosquitoes more than they do flies. They are annoying to deal with and to make things worse, their bites hurt. They are common pests that usually fly around indoors and stick close to household plants.