I have a few pots of small sundews and seedlings that share the same water tray and today while I was top watering I noticed tons of tiny worm-like bugs all over the soil. I would have never noticed them, but they were floating on top of the water as it was draining through the pots. They look white, and are possibly 1mm in length, and about hair thin. They could be something other than worms, but there's no way for me to see legs on something that small. They're not fungus gnats, that's about all I know. I don't have any way to see them closer and they're much too small to get a picture of. Any ideas of what they could be? Pests or nothing to worry about? And if pests how can I get rid of them?
I have some neem concentrate from Lowe's that has never worked for me for anything.
I also have a couple neps in that window sill that I believe might have mites. Could these tiny bugs be mites that got into the sundew pots?