Recently I found these tiny bugs crawling everywhere, on my desk, in bed, even on my iPad. (For some reason they love my iPad). I would like to see if anyone can identify them so I would know how to get rid of them.
They are always about 2.5mm in length and 1mm in width.
Attached is a photo I've taken of it. Thanks!
I don't think it is booklouse, booklouse have soft abdomen, the ones in my house and in the picture have a hard shell.
Here is a closer, albeit a tad blurry photo
My initial thought is a fungus beetle.
See this post for more info http://www.nhm.ac.uk/natureplus/message/22799
just found this, the top one looks like yours??
Ohhh. Thanks for the links, I believe it can be a saw-toothed grain beetle (oryzaephilus surinamensis) or a fungus beetle. I am not sure which one. Judging from the fact they are active in the bedroom, I would lean more toward the fungus beetle more.