Juiblex and Zuggtmoy are demon lords, and the 5e material I have access to include the Monster Manual, Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes, and Out of the Abyss. The Monster Manual doesn't have much to say about these two demon lords (at least not with regards to which demons might follow them), but from Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes (p. 150) and Out of the Abyss (p. 242):
Juiblex's principal lair is known as the Slime Pits. A realm which Juiblex shares with Zuggtmoy. This layer of the Abyss, which is also known as Shedaklah, is a bubbling mass of oozing, fetid sludge.
So they share the same layer of the Abyss (hence why I thought to ask about these two into one question; this can be split up into two questions if necessary).
However, the Monster Manual only describes oozes as following Juiblex, and Zuggtmoy barely gets a mention. Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes continues talking about oozes for Juiblex, and also describes Zuggtmoy relationship with fungi. Out of the Abyss continues only to associate Juiblex with oozes and Zuggtmoy with fungi (in particular, Chapters 5, 6, and 16).
I was at least able to find this in Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes (p. 130):
Spawn of Juiblex. Alkiliths spring from the cast-off bits of Juiblex's hideous, shuddering body, then gradually become self-aware and set out to find their way onto the Material Plane.
So Alkiliths, at least, are related to Juiblex, but it seems that there are literally no demons with any relation to Zuggtmoy whatsoever.
As an aside, I get that these two demon lords are all about oozes and fungi respectively, and I expect that most of their time their "followers" or "thralls" will be related to oozes or fungi, but since they are demon lords, it seems strange for there to be no demons associated with them at all (Zuggtmoy specifically, since Juiblex apparently at least has Alkiliths), hence my question:
What demons are related to the demon lords Juiblex and Zuggtmoy?
Ideally I'd like lore from 5e where possible, but I'll accept anything from any edition of D&D. Since I imagine I might have already found everything from 5e, I'm hoping that, unless I've overlooked something, previous editions may yield more information on this.
Unlike those questions, I'm strictly only interested in demons specifically.