Horse gram seeds got primarily infested with cowpea weevil, after some days there was secondary infection with some kind of very tiny (measuring about 1 to 2 mm or less in length) soft bodied pale yellow colour insect. It was observed under foldscope and pictures were taken.
Fig: Soft bodied pale yellow colour insect
That was book lice. The head with a pair of very long and slender antennae, pair of mandibles (chewing type mouth part) wing less, three pair of legs, abdomen with nine segments was observed.
Fig: Book lice pest under foldscope
Book lice are not actually lice. This common, harmless insect can be a nuisance as they thrive is warm, damp environments. As the name suggests, they are often found feeding on the glue of book binding but also feed on mould and mildew. They also may infest dried, starchy foods that has been exposed to humidity.