C. hobsonii seems like the closest fit. The small size, lack of a stipe, fuzzy pileus, spore size and apparent lack of cheilocystidia all fit. But looking it up in your Netherlands book, Noordeloos says the spores are “rather distinctly ribbed”, but I have to say that the only way I saw it was in polar view. It was on fir wood that looked like it had been decayed by Heterobasidion (distinctly laminar white rot). The area that it was collected in had only recently become free of snow and piles of snow were nearby. The collector was Nhu Nguyen.
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