5636 My name is Andrea Moretz. These are very tiny bugs that are on my sun lamp shade. The other picture is a picture of the what I assume is eggs also on the lampshade there are two clusters about the same size. The bug is so tiny I would say it’s smaller than the size of a pencil LED. I live in a desert area that is very hot and dry although we did get rain this week. In the southern region of California in the United States.
This appears to be a newly hatched larva (caterpillar) of a prominent moth (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae) in the genus Furcula, see http://tinyurl.com/pcpcf7t for a slightly older specimen. Moths often lay eggs in odd places when they find themselves trapped indoors at a time when they must lay their eggs. Your larvae will quickly starve, as there will be no suitable food source for them indoors. Ed Saugstad, retired entomologist; Sinks Grove, WV.