[Sedges East of the Cascade Mts. of Oregon and Washington: The Genus Carex
The photo above shows the congested inflorescence of Hood's sedge as seen in the parking lot at Hat Pt., Hells Canyon NRA.........July 11, 2007. As seen below, each perigynia is brownish with green margins. Plants tend to measure from 30-100 cm high and are typically found on drier, upland sites.
The photo above shows several perigynia of Hood's sedge. The perigynia of this sedge tend to be brownish or copper-colored with greenish margins as seen here...........Hat Pt., July 10, 2007.
The photo above shows the congested inflorescence of Hood's sedge as seen in the parking lot at Hat Pt., Hells Canyon NRA........July 11, 2007.
Hood's sedge as seen at a vernally moist drainage (uphill from Rock Springs) near the junction of Trails #365 and the #1964 in the Monument Rock Wilderness.........August 3, 2011.
Additional close-up photos of Hood's sedge as seen at Fish Lake Campground, Steens Mountain, Harney County, Oregon........September 2, 2011.
Hood's sedge as seen in the riparian area where the Lick Creek Trail #1809 crosses Lick Creek, Hells Canyon National Recreation Area......July 17, 2019.
Close-ups of the inflorescence of Hood's sedge as seen from along the trail along the north bank of the Little Spokane River downstream of the Painted Rocks trailhead..........May 7, 2012.