Off the top of my head:
- Fotokemika Varycon - green/brown
- Fotokemika Emaks - green/brown
- Foma Fomatone warmtone - salmon in highs / green in shadows
- Ilford MGIV Warmtone - Very slow, olive green
- Fotospeed lith paper - dedicated lith paper. Neutral tone
- Some of the slavich papers are said to lith well
- Kentmere Kentona - warm green tone with current version
Those are the ones I can think of. The Fomatone does not tone well in selenium. It seems the whole image turns a brown/caramel color if I do. I don't know about the others, but I'm hoping that Varycon will selenium tone well. You could experiment with gold toners to get nice shadows and possibly a reduction of pink/salmon in the mid tones. I don't know exactly how that's going to work either. If I had more time and money I would know...
Good luck, have fun. It's good advice to look at Tim Rudman's web site for an update on papers that work.