Tectella patellaris, commonly known as the Veiled Panus, is a species of mushroom in the Mycenaceae family. The small, inconspicuous, dull brown mushroom can be found in groups or clusters on the decaying wood of broad-leaved trees. Young specimens are easily recognized by the presence of a partial veil, as there are no other agarics that lack a stipe and have a partial veil.
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