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now, i dont have a pic of it yet, hopefully i will have one, but these grew from grass, the caps were a purple-black(maybe more black), i dont think they were spore-covered, the gills were a creamish-white, the stem started a bright yellow from the gills and faded to a white, the spores(micro-dots all on the grass around them)seemed dark, maybe black(i didnt examine them since i didnt plan on IDing them) and it bruised a very very distinctive purple(quite dark purple), and were probly no taller than 2in, found in TX near the coast(a few miles form it), about a hundred yards from a lake
any coastal mushroom with "bluish" (purple qualifies) bruising seems interesting. did they have a veil? did you decide to id them after the fact and just leave them/ and spore color and gill color do coincide a bit, so the color of the gills when young AND when old would help. there is too little info to guess. sorry, thanks.
all i can say is the gills were creamish and many dots on the grass around them were dark, and the cap was conelike, i will definately get a pic of them if any more grow, there may be some today so i'll have to check