Rubbing alcohol mixes can work in mild cases but it sounds like you have a serious infestation. Usually someone might find 1 or 2 but 10 is alot.Those are thrips by your description. Thrips are similar to mealy bugs in the case that only mature males fly for reproductive purposes , and soon after mating the male dies. Females are tiny black crawlers and the yellow is larvae. Since thrips affect blooms I have found that clipping the stem and cleaning out soil helps rid them easily only downfall is you lose that years bloom. They spread quickly so (I am sure you already did) isolate immediately. Sticky tape is a one in a million shot at catching flying males. How many blooms are affected? I have also found simply removing the known affected blooms and the one next in line to bloom also helps rid thrips (but usually in milder cases). Otherwise systemic may be your only other option.