Once upon a time
Last fall I was feeling like I didn't want to go to the store too much, so I decided to buy a lot of long-lasting food all at once. All the dried beans I kept in a cooler.
(At the time I didn't have an easy way to cook the beans, so the purchasing decision was weird.)
I bought myself an Instant Pot and was really looking to make my own beans. When I got to rinsing the pinto beans, a swarm of bugs floated up in the water. (So that's why you wash and sort beans.)
The beans were all infested!
We separated everything from the cooler into separate containers. A month later, it looks like the three bags of beans were the only thing infested.
Ever since I bought a USB "endoscope" from Amazon, I've been taking photos of random things. (The box box emphatically says that the endoscope is not for internal use!)
There were quite a lot of the bugs, but a lot of them were dead. They probably weren't doing too well in a cold apartment with only dried beans to eat.
I managed to put one next to a ruler and measure it to about 2mm.
Some of them seemed a bit dusty while others were more earthy-looking. I'm not sure if it was the lighting or that the dead ones were dried up.
There were some live ones though. I pulled one out and was able to get a good photo. They moved enough that it was hard to keep them in the frame.
A bit of Googling makes me think that these really are weevils. The page below has a better photo than Wikipedia.
From now on I pay much more attention to my beans!