Identification: Little yellow dots in soil / maybe fungus/mushrooms

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    I found this wide spread yellow dots (approximately 1mm in diameter) on top of the soil of my indoor plants. so far it is visible in two big indoor planters with large plants. I first thought of Leucocoprinus birnbaumii / Lepiota lutea but as far as I know they usually grow very fast and mine are sitting there for at least 3 days with only minimal growth (maybe 1/3 of a millimeter growth). Any ideas or confirmations?
     

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    I just found this on the internet:

    I looks like it could also be Bisporella citrina since the soil has old wood chunks in it. And when they are very very young and tiny they look like mine with a hole in the middle.

    Appreciate any help. Thanks!
     

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    Just found this as well. This is Coprobia granulata. Even though it looks alike or very similar, I don't think it is this fungus since the growth habitat doesn't match.

    Now it's your turn folks :-)
     

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