Synonyms: Carex jamesii, Carex nebrascensis var. eruciformis, Carex nebrascensis var. praevia, Carex nebrascensis var. ultriformis, Carex nebraskensis
What appears to be Nebraska sedge as seen
in wet meadows at one of the heads of Little Cottonwood Creek where the Arizona Creek Road reaches a pass at Stergen Meadows in the Pueblo Mountains.................June 1, 2012. Note the horsetail, possibly Equisetum laevigatum at the base of the sedge.
Nebraska sedge as seen in wet meadows along Bond Creek several hundred meters south of Hot Springs Campground, Hart Mt. National Antelope Refuge.........June 11, 2016.
These photos show a complete inflorescence (left), the female spike (center), and a terminal male spike (right) of Nebraska sedge as seen in a riparian area along Road K1000 to the east of the Mt. Adams Highway on the southeastern slopes of Mt. Adams..........May 13, 2007. The female spike is found below the one or two terminal, male spikes in this species. The long brown structures arising from the spike at right are the anthers.
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Nebraska sedge as seen in a riparian area along road K1000 which connects the Goldendale-Glenwood Highway with the Mt. Adams Highway about 2 miles northeast of Glenwood, WA on the southeastern side of Mt. Adams at an elevation of about 1900'.........May 19, 2006. Plants at this site were at most 25-30 cm high.
Nebraska sedge as seen at left in a meadow at the junction of Forest Roads 42 and 4240, Ochoco National Forest.........June 21, 2017. . The photo at right shows a close-up of the inflorescence of Nebraska sedge as seen in wet meadows along Indian Creek, northwest corner of Big Summit Prairie, Ochoco National Forest.......May 27, 2018.