Springtails... with wings?
I'm new to this site, but it was refered to me via Yahoo! Answers, and I believe I'll definitely be able to find the answers to all of my bugging (pun intended) questions here...
Sadly, I have no pictures, but I will try my best to give accurate descriptions of the insects that are bugging me.
Basically, they're ridiculously tiny insects that love to just hop around on my ceiling, and sometimes my walls (if they get low enough) - they do crawl like any other insect would for a little bit, then they're start hopping from side to side like crazy, before crawling again... it's pretty much a little cycle of theirs' I believe, as I've watched this go on for minutes on in.
The other day, one was low enough for me to catch with a piece of Scotch tape, for me to get a good look at; their bodies are relatively dark in color (like maybe salt-and-pepper, or black), and they have rounded wings... as a matter of fact, the shape of the insect made it look like a really tiny moth, but I doubt it's any kind of moth at all.
Anyway, I've asked around (again, Yahoo! Answers being one of them), and people seem to think I'm describing springtails, so naturally I did reading about them... well, their behavior is identical... but the descriptions and photos of springtails don't match the little guys I'm seeing in my room... from what I've read, springtails are generally wingless, but again, the bugs I'm talking about DO have wings... is it possible there might be a species of springtails that do have wings that most aren't familiar with, or could this be a completely different species of insect entirely?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.