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Identifying Tiny Black Bugs

I am trying to identify a bug. It is pure black, a little bigger than a straight pin head, non biting, and loves window light facing north. They are always crawling, but if disturbed fly and try to hide in the curtains. They disappear when the sun goes down. The next day a lot of dead ones are on the sills and a lot on the window. If I wipe them with bleach saturated paper towels I still get more the next day. I read all of TFun advice, but none fit my black bugs so far. This is the second year they've appeared. Hopefully someone can identify them for me. I can't add a photo since it's 10 pm and they've disappeared to where I don't know. Thanks in advance.

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August 9, 20160 found this helpful

What are the very small,(1/16) of an inch, thin, flat, fast crawling,

dark color,bugs that I sometimes see in my window sill, and sometimes other places in my apt. They are hard to smash!

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