This is, admitedly, only tangentially related to gardening at the present moment, but ya'all seem to be great bug identifiers: I saw several of these little critters crawling around on my onion plants last summer and fall, but thought nothing of it. They didn't seem to be doing any damage, and there weren't that many of them. But, the onion plants are near the side of the house, and now I've found a bunch of these little critters (mostly dead) in the pantry, which is the room closest to the outside wall near the garden. They are small, about 2-3 mm in length, and roughly triangular shaped. They are certainly insects (six legs). Like when I saw them in the garden over the summer, they don't seem to be a scourge. They don't seem that interested in humans, cats, house plants, grains, or vegetables. In fact, I have no idea what they are eating. There is a blurry picture of several dead ones behind the cut: Apologies for its low quality. My camera can't focus on bugs that small. Any ideas what these little critters are?