7344. A whole bunch of these have begun appearing in my house. They almost exclusively appear climbing up one of my windows during the day. I rarely see them elsewhere. They are pretty slow and dopey. They will fly, although they prefer to climb and walk. I’ve been vacuuming them up. Interestingly, their instinct to being disturbed is to fall and curl up into a ball. For example, if my vacuum touches the window, about half of them on the window will fall down onto the sill. They don’t seem to be damaging anything, and they’re easy enough to deal with, but I would like to identify them. Toronto, ON. Canada
Number 7344. This looks like a pea/bean weevil (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae; subfamily Bruchinae). This appears to be a pea/bean weevil (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae; subfamily Bruchinae); see Pea/Bean Weevil image . Their larvae develop in whole seeds, usually those of plants in the legume family. You should check all areas where seeds of any kind (including bird seed) are stored for signs of infestation ( Pea/Bean weevil example ) and discard/destroy any items found to be infested/damaged.