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[RESOLVED] What Are These Very Tiny Bugs In My House?

Fleas have no wings. According to the National Pest Management Association, fleas “have incredibly powerful legs that can springboard them as high as 8” vertically, which is over 150 times their height. If humans could do this, we would be able to leap over skyscrapers.” When fleas jump, they attach themselves to a host whether it be your dog, cat, or even your own shoes and pant legs. According to the University of Kentucky, pets acquire fleas from kennels, groomers, etc., or from stray dogs, cats or wildlife (especially opossums and raccoons) wandering through the yard 😊 Contrary to popular belief, fleas seldom jump directly from one pet to another 🙈 [1]
First, clean your pantry. Check all food storage areas—cabinets and pantries and garage and basement storage areas—for live carpet beetle Adults, larvae and shed skins. If you spot signs of the tiny, black bugs You should throw out all cereals and grains that you find infested areas. Use your household cleaner to clean shelves and cabinets. Spraying insecticides in food storage is a wasteful and unnecessary practise that can cause greater harm than the bugs. Place food in plastic and glass containers to protect them from insects when you are replacing it. Clyde Priest, Chongqing (China) last updated 31 days ago [2]
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Amazingly, an article from recently appeared at bpca.org.uk indicates how man has been fighting tiny insect pests since Roman times when there are accounts of woollen clothes and feathers in centurion’s helmets being eaten. Tudor monarchs used servants to get the moths off their carpets. People also used them. Cedar wood Chests can be used to stop pest attacks. Victorian times witnessed the introduction of new species into the UK, such as webbing clothing moths. This was due to increased trade from around the globe. The increase in species was accelerated by new carpet beetles (and woodborers) in the latter half of the 20th century and more recently in the 20th, possibly due to climate change. [3]
Eamon L. Lewis schoolofbugs.comA spokesman for the Beetle, explains that it is often found in kitchens and other areas where food can be stored. The beetle is well known for feeding off flour but they wone won’t stop there; they can easily live off any animal or vegetal products, spices, certain drugs and other substances. They like dark places and warmth. Their habitat should be warmer than their environment. Temperatures drop below 15C, they will reproduce once per generation, but if temperatures go above 23C they will reproduce five times More than normal. You should throw away any food packaging that has been open because of their reproductive nature. Susan Evans (India, Imphal) edited the above text on January 22, 20,21. [4]

Refer to the Article

  1. https://www.cooperpest.com/blog/what-are-the-tiny-jumping-bugs-in-my-house
  2. https://www.thoughtco.com/what-are-these-tiny-black-bugs-in-my-house-1968030
  3. https://bpca.org.uk/Test-News/Page-5/tiny-pest-in-and-around-the-home/217526
  4. https://schoolofbugs.com/small-tiny-brown-bugs-in-my-house-what-are-they/
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