Advertisement I have a 4 year old adult female P.met that molted about a month and a half ago. After she recovered I fed her 2 hornworms and one cricket. However, even with 2 fat worms, she didn't seem to put her pre-molt weight back on at all, which I thought odd. 2 days ago she came out of her cork tube which she usually never leaves and started ambling about which I've seen her do once year. She's been walking on the glass in an odd posture, on tip toe as if she'd been carrying prey. I've spritzed the sides of her enclosures with water but she didn't go for a drink (which seemed to have prompted the other few walkabouts). A few minuted ago she dropped down on her side and nearly stopped moving. I was able to lift her up with tongs and she barely even twitched. I put her in a bare cricket keeper with a moist towel under her head so she could drink but still have ventilation. I know ICUs are usually seen as useless but I sincerely can't see this being anything other than dehydration and her abdomen seems a bit shriveled underneath and her legs are doing the curl There hasn't been any changes in her enclosure and I keep a water dish in it. She's always been kept dry with the water dish with occasional misting in winter. I'd just like to know if anyone has any other ideas about what I could do Will post pics if she makes it through the night.