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The stem seems too thin and the pale coloration of both the cap and stem prompted a quick keying in Nordic Macromycetes Vol. 2. It keys to Leucocoprinus denudatus. Else Vellinga has recently changed that name to L. straminellus.
Here is a web site that shows photos of both species. Leucocoprinus denudatus