Scientific Name: Tribolium confusum
The Confused Flour Beetle, Tribolium confusum, is easily confused with the Red Flour Beetle as both are 3-4 mm in length and a similar color. They can be identified based on the length and amount of clubs on the antenna. The Confused Flour Beetle is slightly longer, very active and may lay an average of 450 eggs. Larvae attack stored products such as pasta, grains, chocolate, nuts and many more.