Advertisement Hey guys, When I went into work today, a coworker that knows I keep a small invert collection brought in a Jumping Spider from home that she wanted me to see. If my guess is correct, it is a juvenile Phidippus audax. My coworker had placed a "drop" of water in the glass mason jar that she used to transport the little thing in, and it seemed to be too much for the spider to handle. When I received it the spider was not moving and was soaked. It shortly started moving again once I moved it to a dry container, but is now very lethargic and continuously grooming itself. It also seems to drag it's back legs along the ground as it moves, and the very tip of one leg seems to be missing. Obviously, I know I can't do anything about physical injuries, but is there anything I can do about the other symptoms? It's not acting right at all and I'm hoping to perk it back up and re-release it if I can. And a note about my coworker: She is not an invert enthusiast and has no knowledge about how to properly prep delicate critters for travel and really no knowledge about the do's and dont's of spiders so it is very possible that the spider was injured and half drowned during travel. So no hate to her plz, I'll let her know what to do differently in the future.