As I was replanting the garden I worked so hard on at the beginning of the summer and subsequently destroyed with over watering, various homemade pest remedies and such prior to adopting the "Keep It Simple, Stupid!" principle, I found a small grouping of really tiny yellow spheres in the soil. I wish I had the sense to take pictures, but I did not. Web searches 'tiny yellow eggs, spheres, etc"have only revealed things like snail eggs and ladybug eggs, which these things are not. Other searches revealed additives to soil, and this particular section included some mixed in 'moisture retaining soil'.
Anyway, it doesn't appear to be ANY of these as I have not seen it in the soil from the bag. To describe them a bit more, they were yellow and TINY (like smaller than a grain of sand, think 'the tip of a sewing needle tiny' - not the head of the needle, but the point) and almost has a phosphorescent hue to them.
At any rate, I dug the soil out and tossed it.
Anyone have a clue what it might have been? I recall having seen this before while gardening a couple years ago, but hadn't a clue what it was then either.