I don't have any pictures because they're very small, very quick, and don't like being exposed.
But I just discovered them early this morning in a couple of my plants, which were not doing too well.
When I saw them, they were crawling over the rhizome and through the soil. I didn't check every pot because..well...that'd be alot and I really should be getting ready for school.
But Neem Oil didn't deter them, so I dumped out the two noticeably infected plants, rinsed out the pots, and left the plants to soak in distilled water.
These definitely aren't winged, so I can't figure out how they got in the soil to begin with. They're so small, they'd easily get lost and drown in the water trays. I think.
Both of those plants were having difficulties (new pitchers were looking sucked dry and left to brown). I haven't noticed anything else having similar difficulties, so I'm hoping some fresh media will do it.
Can anyone tell me what they were and how to obliterate them?