These weird little bugs appear on my bed. Don’t move much. They appear to be blackish with clear like legs. 6 or legs and 2 antlers thingies. Only see one at a time and maybe once a week. Thanks anyone who helps! You rock!
Your weird bug is called the smooth spider beetle. It is not a spider.
As you noted, it has 6 legs and 3 body parts, which tells us it is an insect.
This beetle is found primarily in houses, flour/grain mills, pantries, museums, warehouses, and attics that contain bird, rodent, or bat droppings. They are general scavengers eating a wide variety of dead organic materials such as feathers, grain, dry foods of all kinds, stuffed animals, leather, natural fabrics, spices, old books, bones, dried plant specimens, hair…etc. This beetle prefers to feed at night. Do you eat crackers in bed?
Spider beetles have from one to two generations per year depending on the temperature and humidity. The smooth spider beetle and its spider beetle relatives can become numerous in certain situations, but are not considered a pest.
It is usually found in warm climates across North America.
To control this insect, the food source has to be removed. So, clean all the bedding, vacuum the room thoroughly including any cracks and crevices around baseboards, head boards. Clean around any books. Look for sources all over your home that might have any of the materials they eat and clean and vacuum those areas. If you have pets, thoroughly clean their hair, dander, and all bedding.
It has a remarkable ability to avoid drying out and can withstand temperatures as high as 133°F (56 C).
This beetle is not known to bite or cause a rash.