Adults can be distinguished by the large white tufts on their antennae and palpi.
These species have culms growing in large tufts, often somewhat scandent.
The tail is relatively long with a large tuft of hair at the tip.
These were no arms, however, and the bosom ended in the large tuft of ovate leaves.
It was a small tuft of white fur, no larger than a hand warmer, swelling with each breath.
The abdomen is mostly brown except for the tail segment, which is white and has a large fluffy tuft.
The surface is covered with larger and smaller tufts, having the oscula between them.
It is multi-branching in form and tends to grow in large tufts.
Usually the females have a large tuft at the end of the abdomen.
Carex pendula is a tall, perennial plant which forms large, dense tufts.