On Thursday May 26, I was rehousing my Ctenids and was working with a 2" C. salei. Being that they are lightning fast, it took me a while to do this. At one point the spider jumped from its vial and onto the floor. I gently coaxed the spider into my hand and made a fist. That was when I felt a prick on my middle finger. The only immediate symptom was a bit of pain at the site. Over time it became red and swollen, but with a diameter of maybe 5mm. About a half hour post bite, my arm felt a bit tense and cramped. This lasted for a few hours but I was able to go on with my day without seeking medical attention or taking Tylenol or other painkillers. All symptoms were gone for the most part by the end of the day, eight hours after the bite. Perhaps this would've been a more painful experience had the spider been fully mature. If I had to rank the pain on a 1 to 10 scale (4 being bee sting), I would rate this at a 3 or 4. So not too bad compared to other known Ctenids.