We asked you for pictures of Huddersfield's biggest spiders - and the snaps are flooding in!
According to the experts, this time of year is when you see more spiders scurry about - from under your sofa, lurking in dark corners, or popping up in your shed.
According to the British Arachnological Society, they've been there all year - but you notice them more in autumn because the male spiders venture out from their hidey holes to look for a mate.
Press officer Lawrence Bee said: "They're hidden away in corners but they're there all the time - the males are just moving around more.
"They're hunting for females to mate with."
He said house spiders can vary in size, with bodies ranging from around 10mm to 16mm.
We want to crown Huddersfield's biggest spider - share your pictures with us on Facebook or Twitter (@Examiner) or email to Samantharobinson@trinitymirror.com.