Original name: Tyrannochthonius
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Chthonius johni Redikorzev, 1922b, by original designation.
Beier, M. (1951a). Die Pseudoscorpione Indochinas. Mémoires du Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris, nouvelle série 1: 47–123. -- Show included taxa
Chamberlin, J.C. (1962). New and little-known false scorpions, principally from caves, belonging to the families Chthoniidae and Neobisiidae (Arachnida, Chelonethida). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 123: 303–352. -- Show included taxa
Edward, K.L. & Harvey, M.S. (2008). Short-range endemism in hypogean environments: the pseudoscorpion genera Tyrannochthonius and Lagynochthonius (Pseudoscorpiones: Chthoniidae) in the semiarid zone of Western Australia. Invertebrate Systematics 22: 259–293. -- Show included taxa
Harvey, M.S. (1989a). Two new cavernicolous chthoniids from Australia, with notes on the generic placement of the south-western Pacific species attributed to the genera Paraliochthonius Beier and Morikawia Chamberlin (Pseudoscorpionida: Chthoniidae). Bulletin of the British Arachnological Society 8: 21–29. -- Show included taxa
Harvey, M.S. (1991a). Catalogue of the Pseudoscorpionida. Manchester University Press, Manchester. -- Show included taxa
Harvey, M.S. (1999a). The identity of the Indonesian pseudoscorpions Lagynochthonius johni (Redikorzev) and Lagynochthonius roeweri Chamberlin (Pseudoscorpiones: Chthoniidae). Bulletin of the British Arachnological Society 11: 247–250. -- Show included taxa
Muchmore, W.B. (1991a). Pseudoscorpions from Florida and the Caribbean area. 14. New species of Tyrannochthonius and Lagynochthonius from caves in Jamacia [sic], with discussion of the genera (Chthoniidae). Florida Entomologist 74: 110–121. -- Show included taxa
Murthy, V.A. & Ananthakrishnan, T.N. (1977). Indian Chelonethi. Oriental Insects Monograph 4: 1–210. -- Show included taxa
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