Seen in short grass at 600 meters alt., windy place. The plant is 3-6 cm
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... such as Luzula campestris, but as seen in the photograph the inflorescence structure doesn't seem to match any species that I know - perhaps it's too young to have developed the mature structure, but it seems to be well into flower.
All the plants seen has shown same aspect, so couldn't see any more "open"...
Does the inflorescence have a triangular stem? It looks like a Sedge (Carex) and if so, it would have a triangular stem.
I am sorry, I can't confirm, but from what I see until now, Carex looks like a good candidate.
C. caryophyllea; C. montana o maybe C. umbrosa
Lat/Lng: 43.1212, -2.6697