Ugh what is this NOW crawling on my hoya?
I was just digging around in my hoya because I saw new leaf growth, and I must have disturbed something because suddenly I noticed dozens of these little insects crawling everywhere in a particular spot, but mostly on the soil and on the rim of the pot. Clearly visible with the naked eye and also on the picture (dots on the black pot rim), and moving at a good pace (faster than how I've seen spider mites move on my other plants). You can even make out their little legs when you blow up the picture, which I could not do with spider mites.
What are they and how do I make them regret they showed up here?
This hoya is about to bloom for the first time ever - my first hoya to bloom, so I would like to disturb the plant as little as I possibly can. What would you do if you were me?
There are no visible signs of distress that the plant is exhibiting.