The Dolmen du Bois de la Pidoucière (also called Pierre Couverte, Filoussière or Morellière) is located in a forest southeast of Corzé in the Maine-et-Loire department in France.
The small dolmen of the angevin type (also known as the Loire type), with a pre-built portal, has been registered as a Monument Historique since 1984. The sandstone dolmen is slightly shifted to the side, and is a perfect angevin type dolmen with an entrance portal made up of two columns and a slab. Originally there were two plates. The rectangular chamber is covered by a single capstone. The blocks around the dolmen are likely the remains of a curb circle.