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Doesn't look right for a waxcap to me.
It certainly looks more like Laccaria than Hygrocybe, but how can you distinguish L. proxima from L. laccata from the photo?
With great difficulty ;) I would not normally split the two even in the field but would take a specimen home and look at the spores (and have been surprised ie wrong on a few occasions). Proxima is normally quite tall and has a much more scurfy cap. In these photos when the thick stipe develops it is likely to give a taller fruitbody and from what bit we can see the cap already has a scurfy look.
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