I admit that it is a bit much to assert that I know what the sedge that can be seen fruiting/flowering in this meadow is, but at Konza, sedges that might be confused with this from so far away are C. vulpinoidea (but this is too early and doesn't quite look right to me) and Carex gravida (and also C. austrina), doesn't grow in this wet of situation (this is a wet meadow where water seeps and covers the surface during spring.
Konza is well botanized, and other sedges found there can be seen here: http://www.konza.ksu.edu/data_catalog/flora_fauna/Genera.txt
wild orchid founded in Cordillera central .grows in the earth.
Perhaps Spanish Iris (Iris xiphium). Confirmation is appreciated. Must have escaped from cultivation, but it was probably a half mile from the nearest homes.
Found growing in dense thickets in a road side drainage.
Palma con nombre local cayaco, en remanentes de selva baja caducifolia formando un cayacal relicto
Liliopsida is a botanical name for the class containing the family Liliaceae (or Lily Family). It is considered synonymous (or nearly synonymous) with the name monocotyledon. Publication of the name is credited to Scopoli (in 1760): see author citation (botany). This name is formed by replacing the termination -aceae in the name Liliaceae by the termination -opsida (Art 16 of the ICBN).