These are the lazy, hazy spider days of autumn.
Walk through the garden at night or early morning, and their webs cling to your face and clothes. Some creep into our houses and garages.
"With the change of season, people are seeing them come in and tend to think of them as worse than before but really, we are not seeing a huge influx this year," said Denise Dias a Sedgwick County Extension agent who specializes in home environments.
It's time for the orb weavers, the big yellow-and-black spiders who weave webs in open fields and flower gardens.
And it's time for wolf spiders, tarantulas, brown recluses and black widows.
You normally don't see spiders during the day. They come out at night to feed and seek warmth.
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