Chronos fultoni Coen, 1922, was based on a single shell from Moroka, Papua New Guinea. The holotype is present in the Coen collection, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The lectotype selection by Solem (1970) has to be considered invalid; transfer of the species to Paryphantopsis Thiele, 1928, is accepted.

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Henk K. Mienis. (1994). A note on the type material of Chronos fultoni Coen, 1922, from Papua New Guinea (Pulmonata: Endodontidae Charopinae). Basteria, 58(4), 194–194.