What are these gray 'tiny' bugs?

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Gray tiny bugs can be head lice. These are slender bugs that are not easily seen by the eye. They attach to the hair shaft and are hard to see. They lay tiny white eggs in the hair.
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more than likely psocids coming from around the outside of the home around the foundation, especially if there is moisture about or have had much rain lately.they are harmless but
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Aphids are one of the most common pests on houseplants and are approximately 1/16 to 1/8 inch long, usually with pear shaped green bodies. They can also be yellow, purple pink, brown
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Probably springtails. They're harmless.
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Olivia, Everything you describe sounds like a collembola (also called a springtail). These are harmless arthropods that live in the soil but sometimes enter homes in search of water
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