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- Sphaeria concentrica Bolton, Hist. Fung. Halifax 4 [Appendix]: 180 (1792) . [MycoBank #224036]
- Hypoxylon concentricum (Bolton) Grev., Scott. Crypt. Fl. [Edinburgh] 6: pl. 324 (1827) . [MycoBank #203929]
- Hemisphaeria concentrica (Bolton) Klotzsch, Nov. Act. Acad. Caes. Leop.-Carol. Nat. Cur. 19(Suppl. 1): 241 (1843). [MycoBank #190869]
- Bolton, J. 1792 [‘1791’]. An appendix or supplement to the history of fungusses, growing about Halifax: By which the work is completed in four volumes. Containing one hundred and eighty-two copper-plates; on which are engraved two hundred and thirty-one species of fungusses, exhibited in about nine hundred figures; all drawn, engraved, and coloured by the author. With a particular description of each species, in all its stages, from the first appearance to the utter decay of the plant; with the time when they were gathered; the soil and situation in which they grew; their duration; and the particular places mensioned, where all the new or rare species were found. The whole being a plain recital of facts, the result of more than twenty years observation.: [xxxiii]–xlii + 139–182 + – + pls. 139–. Huddersfield. BHL Reference page.
- Cesati, V. & De Notaris, G. 1863. Schema di classificazione degli sferiacei italici aschigeri più o meno appartenenti al genere Sphaeria nell'antico significato attribuitoglide Persono. Commentario della Società Crittogamologica Italiana 1(4): 177–240. Google Books Reference page.
- Gray, S.F. 1821. A natural arrangement of British plants, according to their relations to each other, as pointed out by Jussieu, De Candolle, Brown, &c. including those cultivated for use; with an introduction to botany, in which the terms newly introduced are explained; illustrated by figures. 1: i–xxviii, 1–824, pls. I–XXI. BHL Reference page.
- Greville, R.K. 1824. Flora edinensis: or a description of plants growing near Edinburgh, arranged according to the Linnean system, with a concise introduction to the natural orders of the class Cryptogamia, and illustrated plates. pp. i–lxxxi, 1–478. Edinburgh: Printed for William Blackwood, Edinburgh; and T. Cadell, Strand, London. BHL Reference page.
- Greville, R.K. 1827–1828 [‘1828’]. Scottish cryptogamic flora, or coloured figures and descriptions of cryptogamic plants, belonging chiefly to the order Fungi; and intended to serve as a continuation of English Botany. Vol. 6 (fasc. 61–72), pls. 301–360. Edinburgh & London: MacLachlan & Stewart; Baldwin, Craddock & Joy. Biblioteca Digital Reference page.
- Klotzsch, J.F. 1843. Fungi. In Meyen (ed.), Beiträge zur Botanik, gesammelt auf einer Reise um die Erde. Nach dessen Tode von den Mitgliedern der Akademie fortgeführt und bearbeitet. Novorum Actorum Academiae Caesareae Leopoldino-Carolinae Germanicae Naturae Curiosorum 19(Suppl. 1): 233–246, pls. V–VI. BHL Reference page.